The bottom line is that buyers are looking for good deals, which can easily be found in today’s US auto industry. For example, you can lease a new base trim Toyota Camry, the Accord’s longtime rival, with a good 36-month offer of around $219/month with $1,999 down in Los Angeles. Comparatively, a base Accord with the same three-year lease will be $249/month with $3,199 down. Because of this, Honda dealerships are having a tough time selling Accords and, as a result, some have even turned down resupply shipments from the Accord factory in Marysville, Ohio. While the factory is fully capable of building plenty of vehicles, the problem is that once they arrive at dealerships, many end up parked on lots.