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Hyundai Santa Fe, SUV
#544 of 2973 Re: Santa Fe GLS FWD Touring [shargadon]
Jan 03, 2007 (12:27 pm)
I just bought the same set-up on New Year's Day in Deepwater Blue. I'm in a loaner until the dealer locates my color/option package. I've been waiting on this vehicle since Fall 2004 and I'm so glad I was patient. It's a nice vehicle.
Total financed: 20,000
TTL = 3.5% of 20k plus $91 in OK
Total price includes floormats. Edmond Hyundai
I think the invoice on this was about 20,950. I paid above invoice but used my down payment to secure a below invoice price. I hope this thread helps someone.
#545 of 2973 Almost $1,300 below Invoice
Jan 03, 2007 (2:52 pm)
With $500 cash back.............
#546 of 2973 What Should I Pay?
Jan 03, 2007 (3:36 pm)
Looking at the '07 AWD Limited in Platinum Sage w/ beige leather interior. Don't want 3rd row seating or upgrades except for sunroof?
I live in the Denver, CO area.
#547 of 2973 Re: What Should I Pay? [stelmoqn]
Jan 03, 2007 (7:56 pm)
$1,200 - $1,400 under dealer invoice unless you qualify for any additional incentives.
#548 of 2973 Re: 2WD Limited [ekr4040]
Jan 04, 2007 (6:29 pm)
Call Champion Hyundai in Houston - just let them know you are buying a Santa Fe and that what it boils down to is who will sell it to you at the best price and ask them what they can roll one out for with the options you are looking for.
#549 of 2973 Price paid for 2007 SE FWD?
Jan 05, 2007 (8:43 am)
I talked to a dealer the other day and was offered this with no haggling on my part:
Associates + 100
Dest + 670
Porter Fee + 175
Floor Mats + 0
Rebate - 1,000
I can get the associates program invoice price + $100 (You get the $100 back if you fill out a questionnaire after buying the car). I don't know what the porter fee is, he said to cover the people who run the cars around the lot but I can probably get out of paying it. No tax in MO at the dealer, I pay that later. The $1000 rebate is standard now. I should be eligible for the graduation discount, which is $400 more, though he said they don't do that one (its through their financing company though, which I plan to use, anyone gotten that discount?)
Anyway, I couldn't find any SE FWD prices paid so I thought I'd ask. How does that price sound? Are there any accessories worth getting them to throw in? There are 5 Hyundai dealers in my area, so I plan to shop around for the best deal too.
#550 of 2973 Re: Price paid for 2007 SE FWD? [supermalz]
Jan 10, 2007 (3:24 pm)
"Are there any accessories worth getting them to throw in?"
Two items I found to be a must. Try to get them to throw in the mud guards and the cargo bay liner. The guards do a great job keeping most of the dirt off the sides of the truck and the cargo liner sure came in handy on my way back from Home depot. Got cut off real bad by a driver on the expressway and had to make a serious change of direction in a hurry to avoid an accident. Unfortunately one of the cans of paint I had just purchased slid across the back and opened. What a mess but as soon as I got into the driveway I took out the cover ( Carefully ) and washed the paint right off. Saved my interior.
Jan 10, 2007 (11:49 pm)
We are looking at trading in our 2005 Santa Fe (3.5L) for a new 2007 Santa Fe Limited (MSRP $27,600). The new Santy is a huge improvement over our current one!
Anyways, I know a Santa Fe is probably not ideal to lease due to its horrible resale value, but I'm hoping the dealer can work some magic or Hyundai comes out with some good incentives.
Does anyone know where Hyundai Financial posts its money factor and residual numbers? I'd like to get this information before going to the dealer again. We were quoted a $395 lease with $2,500 (or $440/month) down that included $550 deposit, $550 acq. fee, $150 docs, and $1,500 in negative equity. We'll pull the trigger if we can get out the door with $0 down and $400 month, plus out of our 2005 Santa Fe which we still owe $19,100 on. We just don't want to own this car anymore and would rather get a better car for the same monthly payment for 3 years and then start over with nothing.
I see Hyundai has a $1000 rebate along with $500 loyalty cash. So this gives us $1500 off MSRP right away before negotiating.
#553 of 2973 Re: What Should I Pay? [07xle]
Jan 11, 2007 (10:53 pm)
In our case, No military, no college grad and no loyalty discounts apply. So, is there an additional dealer incentive? The current rebate is $1000. Dealers (atleast in Chicago area) are doing $1000 below invoice all day long. That additional 200-400 might be possible, but how?