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Is this a good deal on a 2016 Honda Civic Sedan LX with Honda sensing

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Jan 1, 2015
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Is this a good deal on a 2016 Honda Civic Sedan LX with Honda sensing

Signed a 42 months lease today on a 2016 Honda Civic Sedan LX with Honda sensing package with $143.44 Bi-weekly, 20k/year and $1000 down plus Winter Tires and first Oil Change free

Is this a good deal?
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Dec 17, 2015
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Mississauga, ON
I wouldn't call it a steal but it's a great deal. I negotiated to $299/month, but no additional winter tires.
You should be happy :)
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TheWonder wrote: I wouldn't call it a steal but it's a great deal. I negotiated to $299/month, but no additional winter tires.
You should be happy :)
Haha Thanks! Did you dealer try to sell Honda lease guard? I didnt buy it. It costs an extra $18/ month
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TheWonder wrote: I wouldn't call it a steal but it's a great deal. I negotiated to $299/month, but no additional winter tires.
You should be happy :)
299/mo is better than 143/bi-w

143/bi-w is 311/mo

But with winter tires it ends up close
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lichda wrote: Haha Thanks! Did you dealer try to sell Honda lease guard? I didnt buy it. It costs an extra $18/ month
I actually walked away in the end. I can't stand high-pressure sales, he said the deal wouldn't be here if I didn't sign right now.
He said he "pulled his pants down for me", I told him if a 25 minute meeting is what he calls hard work then he's got it easy.
I work hard to make my money and simply needed a day to talk it over with my family before signing.

Needless to say, I'm not going back to that dealership; he made such a big deal about me wanting to think about it.
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So I have signed a lease for a new Honda civic and have not picked up the car yet.
However, I just found out that my new car has been recalled(due to the Piston Pin Snap Ring) using the VIN number. What to do now?
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TheWonder wrote: He said he "pulled his pants down for me"
How unprofessional. What a stupid thing to say.
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Call the dealership. Only they can answer that. Most likely they will do the recall work before they deliver the car.
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TheWonder wrote: I actually walked away in the end. I can't stand high-pressure sales, he said the deal wouldn't be here if I didn't sign right now.
He said he "pulled his pants down for me", I told him if a 25 minute meeting is what he calls hard work then he's got it easy.
I work hard to make my money and simply needed a day to talk it over with my family before signing.

Needless to say, I'm not going back to that dealership; he made such a big deal about me wanting to think about it.
I've bought my last two cars exclusively through email. Just walked in to sign and drive! Each time I have gotten great deals (even by RFD standards) while spending less than a few total hours writing/responding to emails and researching.

Don't waste your time walking in anymore.
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My boy bought the Sedan 2016 two weeks ago and was told they couldn't deliver it because of the recall. This was for the Infotainment though.

Dealership cancelled the deal and he bought the Coupe instead, both was the Touring trim.

I told him he should be happy because the Coupe is so much better. Not popular here but it includes Paddle Shifters and Wireless Charging. I love the new Civic Turbo I drove it last Saturday night. Didn't push it though.
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Quick question. For lease, if you talked the dealer into giving you things along with your lease, do you need to return them at the end of the lease if you don't plan to keep the car?
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Are those numbers before or after tax? If after tax that seems pretty good

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