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Hyundai Santa Fe, SUV
#2644 of 2973 Re: 2009 Santa Fe LTD AWD in NJ [matrix916]
Dec 12, 2009 (7:53 pm)
Oompah - where are you in Ohio? Elyria Hyundai, near cleveland, has 22 Santa Fe's on hand and weren't too bad to deal with. www.elyriahyundai.com
Of course, they have only had the 22 Santa Fe's for five minutes if you ask them. In reality, they have had 23 for over two months and only dropped to 22 when we bought ours. They have a $35k limited AWD, entertainment system, etc. they were offering at $6k off list.
#2645 of 2973 Santa Fe SE AWD
Dec 17, 2009 (9:05 pm)
A dealership quoted me a Santa Fe SE AWD for $22,360 plus ttl. Does it sound like a reasonable offer to you folks? The quote is after the $2,500 manufacturer rebate. Is it still possible to get 0% financing? Tia.
#2646 of 2973 Re: Santa Fe SE AWD [togrove]
Dec 18, 2009 (5:04 pm)
Togrove, you may want to look at 0% rather than the $2500 off. I saved over $4200 with 0% vs the $2500 off and a 5% loan for 72 months. They should give you a few percent off of list too. Don't pay list.
#2647 of 2973 2009 FWD Santa Fe Limited
Dec 19, 2009 (4:41 pm)
Just drove off with a FWD Santa Fe Limited for $23200 ($26k out the door after TX,TTL) in the Chicagoland area. Our best price for AWD was 25200 but decided that we didn't need the AWD so never really negotiated for a better AWD price. No one in the Cleveland, OH area was anywhere close. The Costco pricing was $1600 more. One other Chicago dealer matched the price but could not beat it. Other Chicago dealers could not figure out how to match the price without taking a big loss. How'd I do?
#2648 of 2973 Drive-in or Flatbed ?
Dec 20, 2009 (7:05 am)
A local dealership gave me a good quote of Santa Fe SE, but there is a challenge - there is no 2009 Santa Fe SE left in my area. The local dealership found an SE, which is some 100 - 200 miles away in another dealership. The local dealership said they would get the car on site by driving it in, instead of using a flatbed truck. Salesperson said his quote was so low that he could not afford using a flatbed truck, unless I pay $1 per mile, which translates to $100 - 200 on top of the quoted price. Is this a normal practice? Is there a way to arrange a pick-up at the other dealership (if 200 miles away)? Tia.
#2649 of 2973 Re: 2009 FWD Santa Fe Limited [talkintribe]
Dec 20, 2009 (7:10 am)
Talkintribe, if that $23,200 price included destination fee, that was a good one for Limited FWD. Do you mind telling which dealership was it?
#2650 of 2973 Re: 2009 FWD Santa Fe Limited [togrove]
Dec 20, 2009 (10:11 am)
Dealers in southern california are advertising the FWD GLS for $17666 and 0% Financing. is this a good deal?
#2651 of 2973 Re: 2009 FWD Santa Fe Limited [togrove]
Dec 20, 2009 (12:11 pm)
It included destination. It included everything but Tax, Title, and Licensing. I have no problem telling you who it was. We bought it at Patrick Hyundai in Schaumburg. They were also great to deal with. The other dealerships in the area (except 1) would not/could not match it. We decided it was worth the drive to Schaumburg rather than the other dealer because Patrick seemed pretty much no-nonsense. They gave me a great internet quote and itemized it on request. Then, when we got out there, it was pretty much just to test drive "Our" Santa Fe and complete the transaction.
#2652 of 2973 Re: 2009 FWD Santa Fe Limited [sizzlechest]
Dec 20, 2009 (8:38 pm)
Uh, yes!! Bet they have 1 on the lot just to get you in the showroom and then the old "bait/switch" starts. Anything under $20K seems like a great price......even with the $2500 incentive. Truecar.com says anything under $22.3K BEFORE incentives is a great price. You do the math....
#2653 of 2973 2009 SantaFe Limited with Navigation??
Dec 22, 2009 (8:22 am)
Okay,where are all the end of the year steals I keep hearing about? We want a new white 2009 limited FWD with the navigation package and beige leather interior. The best deal I have found (and I have shopped around a lot) is $ 28,600 OTD.
Yes, I know that includes all tag, taxes and dealer fees but I still feel this is a higher price than I expected when I began my search. Any input from you seasoned hyundai shoppers? We really need the navigation package and don't want to stick an add on there so I know we are seeing a higher price due to that option but still I would love find better deal.
I will say the sales people have been very nice to deal with but where are the eoy specials people rave about?