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Hyundai Sonata, Sedan
#8622 of 8898 get G37x - forget Hyundai
Nov 30, 2012 (11:28 am)
to - caltexan1
do NOT take that deal !
For the monthly lease on your Sonata ($375)a month I got a 2013 Infiniti G37x with premium and Nav package tax included!
12k miles, 7% NJ tax and $1500 down on 36 month lase
Why are you paying $370 a month on Korean over styled copy of god knows what when for same price you can lease a Infiniti G37x ?
I am no ways putting down the Hyundai but Sonata vs G37 is no brainer.
The G37 is rear wheeled based and drives mush much better than FWD cars like Sonata.
Also the service is excellent - Infiniti is a (Jap) luxury brand.
Forget the Sonata - check out the G37.One of the best lease deal out there now
#8623 of 8898 Re: Prices are falling [pooperscooper]
Nov 30, 2012 (6:32 pm)
In what area of NC and which dealer(s) have Sonata Limited in the $ 21000 OTD range? I am looking to get one in a month or so.
#8624 of 8898 Re: Prices are falling [helioss]
Nov 30, 2012 (7:44 pm)
Check out Bob Mayberry in Monroe or Modern in Concord.
I just completed a gls purchase for 17,200 plus ttt. It includes premium package plus spoiler, mats guards, cargo mat, etc. Sticker was 23085.
There was auto show cash of $500 included in deal.
The Limiteds at Bob Mayberry were 21250 before ttt.
I highly recommend Modern Hyundai of Concord. Absolutely no haggling to get that great price and wonderful people!
#8625 of 8898 Re: Prices are falling [pooperscooper]
Dec 01, 2012 (7:43 am)
Wow..Feasible to get Hyundai Limited with Premium package for ~ 24000 ? Great deal
Dec 01, 2012 (9:18 am)
Hey all, I followed all the advice from the forum and was feeling great about the results I was able to achieve. Had two dealers agree to my offer on a lease of a GLS with Popular Equipment Package which would have been based on a selling price of $18750 with only taxes and dmv. Was sure I got all the details worked out in the emails and made sure there would be no surprises. As it was the last day of the month and I was running out of time to make a deal, I didn't want to miss losing out on all the incentives that were in place for the month not knowing what's in store for next month, so I went to one of the dealerships. The mistake I know I made was not getting a full offer, rather being what I thought was perfectly clear in my questions of them and firm intentions. While there wasn't anything too absurd tacked on, it wasn't without any hitches. They added in the bank fee as additional, which I was not pleased with at all, but after walking out on the deal, I know they're not willing to drop that. I was still quite pleased with the deal even considering that, but when they told me all that added would equate to $2k out of pocket, something just didn't add up. You only pay taxes on the portion of the car you're using in payments and even with a $595 bank fee, that just doesn't add up at all. They were insisting on a dealer prep fee as well.
Not sure if I'll have any luck getting this great deal (without their attempted add-ons) again now that it's a new month, but as I'm new to all of this nonsense, are there any fees, like a dealer prep fee for example, that are really unavoidable and automatic for any car purchase? Certainly this can't be the case based off everything everyone has been saying in here. Where did I go wrong? Can this deal be salvaged? I don't want to go through all those games and nonsense again, I just want the deal I thought I had haha.
Also, does anyone happen to know how to find out what equity I have in my current car lease? I was hoping for it to at least end up covering some of the fee, but they claim there is no equity, but if I wanted to just turn it in, they'd take it. Something seemed a bit off with that too, but I'm no expert with that. Please help.
#8627 of 8898 Re: 2013 Hyundai Sonata Limited [baraan12]
Dec 01, 2012 (9:27 am)
wow,6 grand off the msrp is pretty good,was there any rebates involved??
#8628 of 8898 2013 Hyundai sonata Limited lease
Dec 01, 2012 (12:36 pm)
Just leased a 2013 Sonata Ltd 2013 and want to know if I could do even better. Another family lead is due in Dec and they want me to do the same deal.
Cap cost $22,200
Did sign & drive including everything -7% tax, all fees, title etc got
$290 per month. (35 months)
Any input appreciated so I know this the best to expect or if I do it differently next time.
P.S. What would the residual & money factor be for Dec 12,000 miles? Same incentives? Thx!
#8629 of 8898 Re: Prices are falling [pooperscooper]
Dec 01, 2012 (6:40 pm)
Thanks. I'll contact Bob Mayberry and see what their deals are.
Dec 02, 2012 (6:23 am)
Bought sonata gls, pref package,mats,spoiler and home link
$21045, less$2500 rebates
$18545 plus ttl
Plus, at no cost $300 free oil change and car washes and $455 pin striping and door guards
Don't know if this good, average or bad???
#8631 of 8898 Hyundai Sonata Hybid Pricing
Dec 02, 2012 (8:23 am)
I am new to this forum and hoping to find some help in my car buying. I am in Seattle Wa and looking to buy a new or used 2011 - 2012 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid with the ultimate package upgrade including the navigation/leather/back up cam/double sunroof. It seems there are very few local used 2011-2022 cars like this on the market yet so i have been looking mostly at new cars. It looks like msrp is running around $32450 for the 2012 new cars. I have never bought a new car before but have heard to shoot for 20% off msrp including all fees (except state sales tax and license fee). That puts my offer at $25960 Ltd I believe. Does that seem like reasonable pricing to be able to expect with a bit of work or am I way off basis? Does it matter to the dealer what incentives I qualify for or is it just a number game? Not military but graduated with a MBA this year if that counts for the $400 grad discount. I was planning on a cash deal but from reading on this forum it sounds like the dealer may wanna sign a loan for the price discount even if I pay it off this month? Do i need to wait until the end of this month for dealers to give better deals? Do i need to wait until the 2013 hybrid is released to get a better deal? I appreciate any thoughts recommendations and feedback you might have. THANKS!