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2017 Honda Civic LX

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2017 Honda Civic LX

Hi Guys,

Sorry not sure, I can ask this type of question here. Please, delete if it's not appropriate.

I am looking to buy "2017 Honda Civic LX" from Honda Dealer and their asking price is "$16,400 +HST "(Mileage:39,774 km). How much room I have to negotiate from the advertised price
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What's the OTR price after all taxes and fees?

It's also a 2yr old model (soon to be 3yr), IMO you should be buying that at cost or darn close to it as the dealer would want to get rid of it.
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Depends on the mileage, that price could be high-low or bang on.
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Is this new or preowned?
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Zamboni wrote: Depends on the mileage, that price could be high-low or bang on.
Mileage:39,774 km
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chimaican wrote: What's the OTR price after all taxes and fees?

It's also a 2yr old model (soon to be 3yr), IMO you should be buying that at cost or darn close to it as the dealer would want to get rid of it.
I am going tomorrow to get the final number.
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As @Zamboni says, it could be bang on.
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I just hope you are not financing it at 6.99% interest rate.
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Usher9387 wrote: Yep that’s the one.
It's manual though. The other one I linked is automatic, maybe you wanna check that one out.
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MP3_SKY wrote: I just hope you are not financing it at 6.99% interest rate.
Nope, I am planning to buyout
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AlicW93740 wrote: Seems about right. Is this the car you are looking at? https://wwwa.autotrader.ca/ico/honda/ci ... 4&sprx=100

The only other one I could find with lower price in the same km range is 15,999: https://wwwa.autotrader.ca/a/honda/civi ... 4&sprx=100


Maybe you can shoot for 18k OTD.
The problem with used car dealer is ,they buy the write off vehicles from auction and sell it back and i preff non accidental vechicle. I am pretty sure the other car title is branded or involved in an accident.
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I bought a 2016 just over a year ago, 16000 km on it and year left on the warranty. I paid about $1500 more than your quoted price. It's an automatic, would have preferred a standard but I have a wife!
Anyways, I love the car, the way it handles and the fuel economy. After a year's driving I've averaged 6.1, mostly highway.
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poleman wrote: I bought a 2016 just over a year ago, 16000 km on it and year left on the warranty. I paid about $1500 more than your quoted price. It's an automatic, would have preferred a standard but I have a wife!
Anyways, I love the car, the way it handles and the fuel economy. After a year's driving I've averaged 6.1, mostly highway.
Yeah, it's not a bad car to drive, but do you find that the car always feel stuffy even when you got the air circulating in the car? I always feel like I need to pop open the window for fresh air.
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chimaican wrote: Yeah, it's not a bad car to drive, but do you find that the car always feel stuffy even when you got the air circulating in the car? I always feel like I need to pop open the window for fresh air.
I have a 2017, and I believe the vent selection needs to be selected in order for the air circulation function to work. If you click in the climate controls, you'll notice no vents are selected. What annoys me is that this has to be done every time you turn on the car unless you had the AC/heater on before turning the car off.

The climate control and the no-cap gas door (that's prone to freezing) is probably one of the few things this car is terrible at.
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1337rice wrote: I have a 2017, and I believe the vent selection needs to be selected in order for the air circulation function to work. If you click in the climate controls, you'll notice no vents are selected. What annoys me is that this has to be done every time you turn on the car unless you had the AC/heater on before turning the car off.

The climate control and the no-cap gas door (that's prone to freezing) is probably one of the few things this car is terrible at.
No it's set to circulate fresh air into the car but I still find it stuffy and warm. Funny thing is my wife's old 2005 Civic always felt the same. Maybe Honda just makes the car too air tight. I've driven other sedans by other makes and have never felt like I was suffocating.
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chimaican wrote: Yeah, it's not a bad car to drive, but do you find that the car always feel stuffy even when you got the air circulating in the car? I always feel like I need to pop open the window for fresh air.
Any advise to look different car brands in those segments. My budget is $15K+ tax but i am looking 2016 above models and have less than 75k KM's on it.

We are looking to buy an additional car for casual drive.

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