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I have yet to see anyone post much about the HB, and I figured id ask around to see what others were paying. I ended up with an EX-L. Dealer reduced the priced by a little more than $1,500. OTD was 26 and change, before my 7k down payment. it was priced 24k and some change for my HB.

was the only one I could find in white/black combo. not a fan of the the grey they had and it was also semi hard to find EX-L
 

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2 weeks ago i paid 20650+ TTL i was somewhere around 224??OTD for my 17 sport man trans, 1505 of MSRP included destination fee. i tried haggling morte but the dealer just wouldn't the car arrived on there lot about 2 days before i found it. i feel i got a pretty good deal, all i've read the manual hatches are pretty hard to come across so far.
 

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Picked up my sport 6MT for $24,331 OTD. Then received $500 off from Honda Grad program since I financed the car through them.
 

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I just picked up a 2017 Civic Hatchback EX-L Navi in Polished Metal with Black leather for $24,300 (before taxes).
 

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Dealer cost: 20000 (prices in canaidain dollars)
2017 civic hatchback speed LX in white

3%: $600

Freight: 1724

Less trade in: 500

Total: $21824

Hst: $2837.12

Total: $24661 plus free high wall winter mats ( price in canaidian dollars)


18711 usd
 

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I paid $21,500 OTD for a Civic Hatchback LX (CVT) in Fairfield, California (bay area), wanted to go up in specs but I had zero head room with anything above the LX quite a shame really. Then again not a ton of people are 6'4 and 335 either.
 

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Today I bargained a 9% reduction from MSRP

Purchased a 2017 Civic Hatch EX with cloth interior, no NAV. MSRP: $23,675. Agreed upon price: $21,400. Waited for a miserable winter day near the end of the month. Bargained from the out-the-door cost, not MSRP.
 

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Sup Hatch lovers :D

Just got my EX trim few days ago and loving it... Since everyone here is sharing the price, I figure I'd do the same & help out the community if you are looking to buy one EX :D

2017 Civic Hatchback EX with not much add on just bolt locks 23k out the door with tax, distention fee, doc fee & motor vehicle fee ALL INCLUDED. Bought it from northern NJ open road Honda. White with black/ivory cloth seats :D Love the two tone seats!!

If you are interested on the break down of the listed fees let me know, I'll post the invoice later if request!!

Untill then... Keep rockin' that hatchback!!
 

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What sort of lease deal?

Sup Hatch lovers :D

Just got my EX trim few days ago and loving it... Since everyone here is sharing the price, I figure I'd do the same & help out the community if you are looking to buy one EX :D

2017 Civic Hatchback EX with not much add on just bolt locks 23k out the door with tax, distention fee, doc fee & motor vehicle fee ALL INCLUDED. Bought it from northern NJ open road Honda. White with black/ivory cloth seats :D Love the two tone seats!!

If you are interested on the break down of the listed fees let me know, I'll post the invoice later if request!!

Untill then... Keep rockin' that hatchback!!
Getting dizzy...
 

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Prices aren't that useful unless you give specifics; trade-in, financed, other dealer items purchased (extended warranty or dealer options), odometer reading, specific incentives applied (new grad, etc), exclude TTL (location specific), dealer fees added (which may be excessive). TrueCar transaction based values are more reliable than incomplete or unverified posts. Though Truecar bottom prices likely to include buyer specific incentives, like new grad. The only disruptive pricing has been went step incentives are in play.
 

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I bought a 2017 civic hatchback sport model in a 6-speed manual with $1300 dollars worth of accessories, to reach a grand total of $25,500. Mind you i also included them registering it and all that ****. i know the msrp on it is 22,300 or something. Alos the dealer i went to told me that the sport model is hard to get in a standard.
 

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Just leased a Civic hatchback EX automatic for my partner. MSRP $23,675, got it for $19,8xx. This is excluding fees and taxes. No trade. Boston area.
 

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:|They paid me $15.37,for a 2016 lx manual 2.0, a set of winter tires and rims,and a 5 year bumper to bumper warranty in exchange for the keys to my 2011 Ridgeline EXL!
 
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