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Just got pinged by my Honda dealer asking if anyone is interested in a 2019 Clarity base trim for $6730 off MSRP ($4,000 Honda incentive + $2730 dealer discount) plus TTL.

You still qualify for the federal $7500 tax credit you can take in 2020 if you take possession by the end of the year.
And don't forget these checks:
$1000 CA CVRP rebate
$1000 CA SCE utility rebate.

Makes a $35K car down to $19K + TTL....
:surprise:

Message me if you want this deal...:wink:
 

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Sorry, So Cal has the best prices due to competition and lower cost of living compared to Nor Cal.

I had a gal fly from San Carlos into LAX last year and score a 2018 Clarity Base for $10,500 off MSRP on a lease.
She said no one in Nor Cal could match it...
 

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FYI Costco has great deals as well, I picked up my Clarity 6.5k off through Costco last weekend. (Touring Model). Costco deals are compatible with other deals (like new grad $500 off, or Honda Loyalty programs etc..).

PS - I am also in So Cal, not sure if Costco deals elsewhere are different.
 

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Hi 4SallyPat,

I am interested in purchasing a new Honda Clarity. Would you be able to provide me the connection on that deal for the Clarity? I reside in Orange county, but willing to drive for a great deal. Thanks.

Richard
 

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This may be naive question but is this particular deal only for purchase, or can use same basic terms on a lease? I see some advantages in leasing as the tech is changing quite fast and only have to pay sales tax on lease payments I believe. Also car pool privilege expires before car.
 

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This may be naive question but is this particular deal only for purchase, or can use same basic terms on a lease? I see some advantages in leasing as the tech is changing quite fast and only have to pay sales tax on lease payments I believe. Also car pool privilege expires before car.
As I have heard for 2019 models, leases are not very good - Honda no longer gives you back $7500 tax credit in the form of a cap cost reduction like they did for mine.

Financing seems to be the best deal if you are in CA.

As for the carpool / HOV sticker (purple), they expire in 3 years.

But the state may do something to extend the expiration term like they did with the beige stickers into red stickers a few years ago....
 
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