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2011 Civic Invoice Price?

Old 11-Jan-2011, 12:44 AM
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2011 Civic Invoice Price?

It looks like my 98 SI coupe is failing me and I'm looking for the 2011 civic coupe SI as a replacement. I did some searches online and came across a site called Canada Car Invoice Prices | New Car Prices - CarSaver.ca.

Has anyone used this site? Are the invoice price reports accurate for the 2011 SI? I don't want to pay for a report if this site's report is accurate. How much should I expect to pay above the invoice price? Has anyone here able to get it for the invoice price? If yes, which dealership?

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Old 11-Jan-2011, 09:09 AM
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What's wrong with your 98 si?
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Old 11-Jan-2011, 09:37 AM
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that site does not look legit at all. If you click on contact link, it sends you to a page to leave a message for the webmaster. If it was a real company or association, it would have a contact name, address, telephone number, etc.

To me it seems like it's made by an amateur.



Like MPR said, what's wrong with your current civic? Maybe it's something we can help with and save you money.
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Old 15-Jan-2011, 08:51 PM
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I paid $500 over invoice for my 2010 Coupe... I was happy to pay that.

Besides, they gotta pay the sales guy his minimum and keep the lights on. The real money's in the Service department.
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Old 18-Jan-2011, 08:55 PM
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What's wrong with your 98 si?
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Like MPR said, what's wrong with your current civic? Maybe it's something we can help with and save you money.
Not everyone wants to drive around in a 13 year old car. I wouldnt give up my 07 Si for my old 98 in a million years. Sure you cant wrench on a new one as easily as the old one, but its also not going to break down as easily and as often as the 98 and if/when it does, thats what the warranty is for.

The dealer price of a new Civic is about $1500 over the invoice. With the new 2012 Civics just around the corner, I would think that good deals can be had on a 2011, thats if they have any Si's around anymore.
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Old 19-Jan-2011, 01:16 PM
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Not everyone wants to drive around in a 13 year old car. I wouldnt give up my 07 Si for my old 98 in a million years. Sure you cant wrench on a new one as easily as the old one, but its also not going to break down as easily and as often as the 98 and if/when it does, thats what the warranty is for.

The dealer price of a new Civic is about $1500 over the invoice. With the new 2012 Civics just around the corner, I would think that good deals can be had on a 2011, thats if they have any Si's around anymore.
Yes, the car is 13 years old and small issues have popped up here and there that requires maintanence and replacement. I'm not a kid anymore and don't have time to source for parts on forums and DIY. I just want something reliable and can start with no issues under extreme cold Cdn weather. I think a new car is the way to go if there are deals to be had. I don't need to worry about someone beating on the used car for sale, haggling, test drives, set up mechanic inspections etc. I just don't have the time anymore.

I wish I was still a student and had all the time in the world to wax my integra (now SI) every other weekend. Sigh...the good old days.
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I paid $500 over invoice for my 2010 Coupe... I was happy to pay that.

Besides, they gotta pay the sales guy his minimum and keep the lights on. The real money's in the Service department.
So where did you end up finding the invoice price?
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So where did you end up finding the invoice price?
You can get free invoice prices at carsaver.ca. They have the invoice price for entire 2011 Honda line up.

By way of an update, I ended up buying a used 2004 Honda Accord V6 Coupe with 80K. A super solid car and it's mint according to my trusty mechanic.

Anyone know how much I can sell my 98 SI coupe (silver) for? It's bone stock except for a short ram intake. I'm the only owner and it has only 130KM on it. It runs fine but has some cosmetic paint damage on the rear bumper. The AC is still good.
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