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Hyundai Elantra, Hatchback, Sedan
Apr 12, 2013 (9:44 pm)
limited otd 21900 at i.e. hyundai in loma linda, Ca
This was before TTT and 1250.00 in incentives
Its not the greatest price but the y got mein sales. You ( future buyer s) must negotiate before signing anything. I had a clear misunderstanding because we negotiated at 21 150 (shook hands on it which is null) and I thought it was the selling price. They said (sales manager) it was after the rebates which put me at $20,650, which I think is a crock of shnitz, ehh they got me. I love the car but I'm neva eva gonna buy a car from them again. The rebates are not part of the negotiated price. Its an incentive for the buyer to step onto the showroom floor. Anywho, in Ca there isn't a cooling off period. I have no buyer's remorse, i love the car..i guess its dealership remorse ; )
80.00 doc fee i said no (17 times) i kid you not regarding the extended warranty.
Floor mats,auto dimming mirror,cargo mat,first aid kit, wheel locks ( no spare tire = lame)
#4394 of 4451 Re: is this a good deal? [sandman_6472]
Apr 13, 2013 (8:18 pm)
haha, thanks. that's just the quote i got from a dealer, i haven't actually bought the car yet. Hopefully when i step into the dealership there won't be any hidden traps. my favorite color combo is black exterior with gray interior
#4395 of 4451 Re: is this a good deal? [therocket]
Apr 14, 2013 (5:50 am)
Black is a bit intense down here in South Florida but many do buy that combo! Saw a charcoal one with a spoiler at the dealer yesterday which looked really sharp but have decided that if I do go Hyundai, it's gonna be a Tuscon which seems to be an Elantra that just sits a few inches higher. Tried a Nissan Rogue a couple weeks ago and it was great so hoping the Tuscon will top it...a co-worker has a Tuscon and just loves it. It would be perfect for me and would fit on my side of the garage perfectly. Price wise it's in that sweet spot that I'm willing to spend and truth be told, even though I'd love a C Class or 3 Series, they are just not practical in my case. A vehicle like the Tuscon is perfect and it really is an Elantra underneath I'm assuming.
From what I can tell, a refresh is due in year 4, which would be 2015. Should be interesting to see what Hyundai comes up with.
#4396 of 4451 Re: is this a good deal? [drvolvo24]
Apr 17, 2013 (5:27 pm)
I bought Limited with tech package, floor mats, auto dimming and first aid which had cost of car $23685 with $775 freight for total MSRP $24,460 dealer had added mud guards, door edge guards and nitrogen inflation for final total price $25,159.95.
I paid cost of car $23.340.00 then minus $1750 rebates for $21,590 plus TTL. this is in Georgia and according to Edmunds this price before rebates was less than invoice so feel received good deal. They also gave me $2800 on a 2000 TL trade in which was $500 more than any other trade in offer I received.
#4397 of 4451 Re: is this a good deal? [badeacon1]
Apr 17, 2013 (9:16 pm)
wow, $1750 rebates? how did that happen? Also, would you mind telling me which dealer you went with? I'm in Georgia too. Thanks!
#4398 of 4451 Re: is this a good deal? [therocket]
Apr 19, 2013 (1:49 pm)
It was Rick Case in Roswell. The rebates were competitive maker and using Hyundai finance.
#4399 of 4451 apr/rebate vs just lower apr
May 05, 2013 (6:13 am)
Hi, I have a question about the customer choice alternate rebate ($1500) with the special apr that needs to go threw Hyundai financing. Why offer both when they offer the special apr alone that is even lower? Both have to go threw Hyundai so why not just offer a low rate that would come out about the same as a rebate with a higher apr? Thanks
#4400 of 4451 got new elantra with preferred pkg
May 07, 2013 (11:09 am)
Went to the dealer and told i got quote from another dealer with 1500 below invoice price. After few back and forth they offered me elantra gls automatic with preferred pkg (wheel locks, carpeted, etc) for 16550 includes 1500 cash back from hyundai (1250) below invoice. so my total including taxes and everything came out to be 18050.
#4401 of 4451 Re: got new elantra with preferred pkg [akola1]
May 07, 2013 (8:35 pm)
great deal. which state you bought the car in?
May 10, 2013 (5:58 pm)
Just bought a 2013 shimmering silver/black int. Elantra Coupe a/t with mud flaps, cargo tray, carpeted floor mats and first aid kit for $18706 before any taxes, title, ect. I went with a lower interest rate instead of the rebate/interest rate offered by Hyundai. I'm in New York State.