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Hyundai Elantra, Hatchback, Sedan
#4255 of 4451 Re: 2012 Elantra Limited with Navigation [calorictiger]
Jun 04, 2012 (5:18 pm)
Wow. That is insane. We ended up getting ours for $23,500. We got 3.29% through Capital One Auto Finance...The dealer offered us that through Capital One so we just decided to take it. They wouldn't let us do the College discount even trying through Hyundai. I think he just didn't want to go lower than $23,500
EDIT: Our was a 2013, but still...geesh. Sounds like you got a pretty good deal.
#4256 of 4451 Good deal?
Jun 05, 2012 (5:07 pm)
Been working over the past day via email/phone with some local dealers on a 2013 Elantra GLS Auto with Preffered Pkg (plus other small misc. items) and I have a verbal sale price of $18,124 for a $19,605 MSRP car. This is the best I've gotten, other two offers have been $18,350 and $18,824. Doc fee of $398 and then plus tax, title and tags.
Go forward with it?
#4257 of 4451 Re: Good deal? [hx_guy]
Jun 05, 2012 (5:39 pm)
yes,it's a good deal..me and another forum member named jake just recently purchased the same car you have.2013 elantra with the preffered package.i live in south florida and jake is in los angeles.he paid $18,150.00 plus TTT for his and i paid $18,163.00 here in florida plus TTT for mine.so your price is within what we paid which seems to be pretty much what others are paying on this forum.
#4258 of 4451 Re: Good deal? [hx_guy]
Jun 05, 2012 (6:09 pm)
That's pretty close to what I paid for my 2012 three months ago. Mine included the iPod cable, mud guards, cargo net, cargo tray, rear bumper protector, and floor mats.
#4259 of 4451 Re: Good deal? [gman4911]
Jun 06, 2012 (8:33 am)
my 2013 elantra with the preffered package included all these things you just mentioned.msrp was $19685.00.my final price was $18,163.00 plus TTT..iv'e heard from others saying that this is what they paid for their 2012 elantra so i feel i got a good deal.
#4260 of 4451 Re: Good deal? [steven39]
Jun 06, 2012 (5:15 pm)
Well the dealer tried to pull the good ol' shady tricks that they are known for. The $18,125 price was with a $500 military rebate...which they never asked about and we don't qualify for. They want $18,625 now.
The lowest I've been able to get a quote for is $18,325 + tax/TTL/doc for an out the door price of $20,695. Another dealer gave me $18,350 + tax/TTL/doc...neither seems to want to budge any lower.
#4261 of 4451 Re: Good deal? [hx_guy]
Jun 06, 2012 (5:29 pm)
well,this is the price you are paying for a car that is very popular and in demand.stick by your guns and your bound to find a dealer that will sell at the price you want...
#4262 of 4451 Re: Good deal? [steven39]
Jun 06, 2012 (8:58 pm)
I've pretty much talked to all the local dealers, seems like this is the best they are willing to go as they don't seem to be in any hurry to call me back and go any lower. Guess $18,325 is going to have to be it.
#4263 of 4451 Re: Good deal? [hx_guy]
Jun 07, 2012 (8:06 am)
i guess your right.the $18,325.00 isn't that far off from what most others have paid which is around $18,150.00 on average so i would go for it at that price.just make sure it's a 2013 model and not a 2012...
#4264 of 4451 Re: 2013 elantra limited [steven39]
Jun 11, 2012 (8:57 pm)
Yup, I think he should work out some type of commission deal with the Hyundai Dealers... heehee. I'll be really happy if I'm able to get a similar arrangement once he notifies me of which dealer he dealt with here in L.A. I've seen sticker prices as high as $20k for a GLS model in my neighboring dealerships but I'm not willing to go that high.