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Hyundai Elantra, Hatchback, Sedan
#2787 of 4451 Re: Was this a good deal [schukanuoslady]
Oct 17, 2008 (1:48 pm)
You prove what you have and Hyundai gives the loyalty credit.
That would have to be a dealer-supported loyalty credit, not Hyundai, since there is no HMA loyalty rebate on the Elantra right now. Also, Suresky must be subsidizing half of the $2000 rebate they are offering, since the HMA rebate is only $1000. Of course, in the long run it doesn't matter as long as the buyer gets the money!
#2788 of 4451 Re: Was this a good deal [schukanuoslady]
Oct 17, 2008 (6:11 pm)
No I did contact them and they are NOT offering a $2,000.00 rebate or loyalty credit. Their OTD price was $16,900.00 after the rebate and dealer discount. Brad Benson beat them by almost $1,500.00, Towne beat them by $800.00.
#2789 of 4451 New 08 Elantra SE Automatic
Oct 27, 2008 (10:02 am)
Paid 16,200 Out the door price, including all MA state tax, registration, title and doc fee's..
Car was 14,995 with my trade (a crappy old saturn)
I think I got a fair price, since there are not as many Quick Silver SE's in the lots, as there are the GLS
Bought at Pride Hyundai in Lynn MA
Hyundai Village in Danvers MA lost a sale from me on a similar SE due to their terrible business practices.
#2790 of 4451 Re: New 08 Elantra SE Automatic [l21matt]
Oct 27, 2008 (7:38 pm)
Congrats. Its a good vehicle to drive. I Also did the same thing.
Hyundai Villege Danvers Ma last my business also.
How much you got for your trade in. Can you give the breakdown.
#2791 of 4451 Re: Was this a good deal [changingtide]
Nov 02, 2008 (8:47 am)
"No I did contact them and they are NOT offering a $2,000.00 rebate or loyalty credit. Their OTD price was $16,900.00 after the rebate and dealer discount. Brad Benson beat them by almost $1,500.00, Towne beat them by $800.00. "
Well, I found this very hard to believe as they ARE advertising in the newspaper EVERY day. And when I read this yesterday I called up the salesman who took care of me and he said you must have misunderstood as the $2000 rebate comes off the $16,900. And also, they would have knocked the price down to $16000 and then taken off the $2000 if you had gone there in person. Hey....what do I know.... we got 2 for $14000. And evidently you didn't pay attention to them. And they are offering the rebate. I don't know who you spoke to but you didn't speak to the right person. If you had posted Suresky said the price was higher then what I quoted I would have called my salesman up and asked him if true. I know what they are offering as I live local and don't have to call from another state.
#2792 of 4451 Re: Was this a good deal [schukanuoslady]
Nov 02, 2008 (12:03 pm)
I spoke with a salesperson via phone and e-mail and they had no such offer so I guess you must be working with some special. The deal you mentioned did not exist according to the person I spoke with. Unfortunately they're over 2 hours away so I'm not going to waste my time in "hopes" of getting a deal when they told me on the phone the best they could do is 16,900.00. This doesn't sound like an honest dealer if the there is such differences in pricing, unless you bought your cars during the 2k rebate period. I would be careful about doing business with them.