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Hyundai Santa Fe, SUV
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 2979 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?
Jan 12, 2007 (7:16 am)
I've been calling around here in Utah and I get about the same price:
2007 Santa Fe AWD SE w/ Heated Seats
Invoice = $25,090
Rebate = $1,000
TTL = $2,340
Total out the door price = $26,430
Does this sound good?
Also does anyone no if or why I should wait until April 2007 to buy one? (i.e. anything new that will comeout on them between now and then or any new incentives?).
#555 of 2979 Here's what I got.......
Jan 15, 2007 (8:27 am)
We finally bought our dream car this weekend and here's what we got:
2007 Hyundai Santa Fe SE
upgraded to heated seats
2 row seating
Our out the door price was $24,387
#556 of 2979 Pricing ?
Jan 17, 2007 (6:18 pm)
I'm in the market for an 07 Santa Fe SE w/ XM radio. I've had a hard time finding any local dealers with XM models available. I was trying to buy local, but after researching here I found fitzmall.com who happen to have a dealership in Clearwater, FL.
Has anyone dealt with the Clearwater Fitzgerald's dealership? Right now they are offering $21,137+ tax, tag, title (price includes $1000 rebate & $500 loyalty). That price includes floor mats and cargo tray. So far local dealers are offering $1-2k above that price.
#557 of 2979 Re: NEW SANTA FE [arnie4]
Jan 18, 2007 (9:30 am)
I am sure this does not help now, but I paid out the door about $21500, and added the tow package afterwards. They would not sale me a tow hitch when I was there. I love my Santa Fe, have not had any problems with it and have had it for 2 years now
#558 of 2979 Re: What Should I Pay? [stelmoqn]
Jan 19, 2007 (6:38 pm)
I was contacted by a dealer in Littleton, CO today regarding an '07 Limited AWD with no extras except floormats. He gave me an offer of $25,500. How much lower can I reasonably expect to get him to go?
#559 of 2979 Re: What Should I Pay? [kharybdis]
Jan 19, 2007 (6:43 pm)
$25500 sounds like a great deal if you can also reduce it by the $1000 Hyundai rebate and $500 Hyundai loyalty rebate... or does that include the rebates?
#560 of 2979 Re: What Should I Pay? [ppborceb]
Jan 19, 2007 (6:45 pm)
That deal includes the $1000 rebate. I'm not a previous Hyundai owner, so I don't think I will get the loyalty rebate.