Last post on Jun 14, 2013 at 8:31 AM
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Hyundai Elantra, Hatchback, Sedan
#4421 of 4430 Re: 2013 Elantra Limited w/leathr [sparkland]
May 19, 2013 (8:14 am)
Looks like you got a great deal, even with the $499 dealer "fee" which brings your effective price before trade and T&L to $17.5k. The KBB trade-in value in my area for a Camry LE 2.2L with no options and 170k miles in "good" condition is $1200, so looks like you got a good deal on your trade also if it was only in "fair" condition per KBB's yardstick.
#4423 of 4430 Elantra Limited w/no tech package
May 21, 2013 (2:49 pm)
Was just quoted $0 upfront payment inclusive of all taxes (6.35% CT state tax) and fees and $286/month for 3 yr/36k miles for the Limited.
Selling price: 20,700
Net cap cost (incl taxes/fees): 21,700
Residual Value: 63%
I received 3 other quotes, and after pushing back, this was still the best ($293 was next best with all fees/taxes capitalized).
Feel like its a fair deal, but any other thoughts/data points welcome before I pull the trigger. I was not eligible for any incentives.
#4424 of 4430 Re: Elantra Limited w/no tech package [danyc1]
May 22, 2013 (5:07 am)
My only comment is that the current money factor on a camry is .00001, although I realize it's a totally different car. Although the 4 cylinders get about the same gas mileage in both. Plus I thionk there's some rebates with the camry. Any way, I suspect you could get a much more loaded camry for the same payment and out of pocket. My lease is up in a few months and i too am debating between the camry/accord size cars, and the compact elantra/mazda3/civic cars. Good luck with whatever you decide.
#4425 of 4430 Re: Elantra Limited w/no tech package [danyc1]
May 22, 2013 (4:46 pm)
If you're willing to drive a couple hours, check with Towne Hyundai in Denville, NJ. It's 100 miles from Trumbull, CT. Back in '07 we saved $5400 (from list price) buying from them. Pretty good for a 200 mile round trip.
#4426 of 4430 Re: got new elantra with preferred pkg [akola1]
May 22, 2013 (10:03 pm)
Looks like a great price to me, ca. $500 better than I can get in Phoenix now.
GLS Auto, Preferred, Homelink, mats..MSRP is : $20,050.00, sell $17000 but than add one package fees incl. $400 doc fee OTD $19,800
Sale tax is around 9% here.
Would like to get it down $500.
#4427 of 4430 Re: got new elantra with preferred pkg [phxdave]
May 29, 2013 (8:38 pm)
got it on memorial day. GLS with preferred package. 18000 OTD with 3k down payment. I'm in Georgia.
#4428 of 4430 Re: Elantra GLS automatic w/preferred package [therocket]
May 31, 2013 (9:56 pm)
Year & a half ago, I had tried to find a manual at a deal, with no luck, & stopped looking. Out of the Blue, heard the Hyundai dealer had just moved a few miles & had a 'grand opening' with the normal auto dealer 'suck-in the sucker' ads. But I played a sucker & wandered in a day late, asking Ray if they had any low-ball ad GLS cars left. He said yes they did, expecting one with a color I hated, & no accessory packages. He led me to the red GLS, the only color I did love.
For $15,450, I had to accept the extra Preferred Package, carpeted floor mats, auto dimming mirror, mudflaps, auto tranny & a few other things. Never the one to hurry a purchase, I bought hurriedly & never looked back.
#4429 of 4430 2013 Elantra Gt w/ Style & Tech Package
Jun 11, 2013 (8:26 am)
Thanks to all the forum members and for all the information...
I bought a new 2013 Elantra Gt including Style & Tech Package with the below pricing
23,200 (Sale Price + 7% RI Sales Tax + whooping 599 Doc fees + TTL)
+ 125 (registration)
+ 830 (2.9% interest paid over 36 months)
I was tricked for 125 in the last min even when initially they said 23200 is OTR price and they told me while I was signing that OTD doesn't include registration. I didn't agree with that but bought it anyway thinking that might be still a good deal as I already went thrice to the dealership in one week and I don't want to keep on going...
Does that price look good (for future reference...)
#4430 of 4430 2013 Elantra GLS with Preferred Options Pkg.
Jun 14, 2013 (8:31 am)
At Hanlees Fremont Hyundai in California
"Cash Price" after discounts: 18,215
Rebate for using Hyundai financing: 1,500
Final Price (before TTL):16,715
OTD Price: 18,706
I didn't really negotiate. The "Internet Manager" just gave us this price. I chose exactly the colors and options I wanted, and they brought the car in from a different dealer. He said I could have gotten a better deal if I bought a car they had on their lot. I tried to get the Honda dealer across the street to give me the same price on a Civic with about the same MSRP and they said no way.