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Hyundai Sonata, Sedan
#5998 of 8852 Re: Best Time For February Purchase [drbill36]
Feb 08, 2009 (11:16 am)
Here's another factor, which is location-dependent. Spring is the time for most local auto shows. Many of these shows have special coupon savings on some models. Hyundai offers these coupons pretty often, e.g. last year they offered a $500 auto show coupon in some markets on the 2008 Sonata. So while it's no sure thing such an offer will be made this spring on the 2009 Sonata, there is history to suggest it's a good bet.
#5999 of 8852 GLS with the popular package/wood trim
Feb 08, 2009 (2:42 pm)
I just bought a Sonata GLS with the popular equipment package, mud guards, floor mats and cargo tray. The car had the dealers pin stripe and rear window brake light and some sort of waxing product???
The final price I paid was $18426.
I got the $2000 rebate and t.t.t. were $778(higher than some dealers but I wanted to buy it locally).
I love the vehicle and hope I paid a reasonable price.
#6000 of 8852 New 2009 Sonata GLS for $15339 out of the door
Feb 11, 2009 (2:23 pm)
Just got our New 2009 Sonata GLS for 15339 out of the door. Sale prices is around $ 13000 much better than Toyota and Honda.
#6001 of 8852 Re: New 2009 Sonata GLS for $15339 out of the door [oracle8]
Feb 11, 2009 (2:45 pm)
Wow I feel like I paid too much, any options with your GLS. Mine was AT with the popular 2 package and some other things. Please give the details regarding your car.
#6002 of 8852 09 Sonata GLS Auto 4Cyl with PE
Feb 11, 2009 (5:00 pm)
I just bought 09 Sonata GLS Auto 4 cyl with PE package (no sunroof) + Mud Guards + Carpeted Floor Mats.
Here's the deal I got, I think I got a good one, but what do you all think?
Car Price: 16274
Dealer Fee: 248
Total (OTD) =17400
Paid Cash, not a Hyundai owner previously (so no loyalty rebate).
#6004 of 8852 2009 Sonata GLS V-6
Feb 16, 2009 (11:19 am)
Invoice is 21,466, MSRP is 22,445, with loyalty rebate of 1500 and cash back of 2000 do you think I can get it for $18,000? This will be my fourth buy at this dealer. Let's hear it.
#6005 of 8852 Re: 2009 Sonata GLS V-6 [gtutz1]
Feb 16, 2009 (7:09 pm)
try for 17.9K
#6006 of 8852 Re: 2009 Sonata GLS V-6 [gtutz1]
Feb 16, 2009 (7:25 pm)
Your MSRP is a little low, MSRP including destination is $23,145. There are some dealers e.g. Fitzmall and Towne that regularly advertise Sonatas for $1000+ under invoice, before rebates. So you might start much lower than invoice less rebates, see what they say. You can always come up on your offer if they say "no".
#6007 of 8852 Thinking about "upgrading" my 2007 Sonata V6LE to 2009 Sonata V4LE
Feb 19, 2009 (1:36 am)
I have a 2 yr old Sonata 07 V6 LE in great condition with less than 6500 miles as we speak (feb 2009). I am thinking about "upgrading" to Sonata 4-cyl LE just cause:
- gas-wise 4-cyl is more economical than V6 - even though gas prices are cheap now they could go higher in the future
- maintenance-wise I think V6 is pricier to maintain than 4cyl
Is anyone here from the Bay area? I wonder how much would the 2009 Sonata 4 cyl LE cost - with moonroof? Heard from this forum that moonroof is STANDARD for 2009 Sonata LE models, is that true? BTW I bought my 2007 Sonata V6 LE for $25k in 2007 - the added option I got was for the Infinity speakers and the moonroof. I see that the current 2009 Sonata LE's now come with Infinity speakers standard, so guess moonroof is still an option?.
I think I have read from this forum that the current 2009 Sonata LE 4-cyl could cost $22k OTD?
I am hoping to be able to sell my car and willing to shell just an extra $2500 tops to get a new 2009 Sonata 4-cyl LE. Is this possible or wishful thinking?
My 2007 Sonata V6 LE is in excellent condition (I have 6500 mi after 2 years) and I do the regular oil change about every five months as I don't drive it often. It still has the new car smell
Your inputs are appreciated!