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Hyundai Sonata, Sedan
#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!
#8632 of 8898 Re: Sonata 2013 [lucas999]
Dec 02, 2012 (9:38 am)
$4500.00 off the msrp plus the other stuff that was thrown in i would say you made out pretty good.
#8633 of 8898 Re: Sonata 2013 [steven39]
Dec 02, 2012 (10:29 am)
Sorry for the confusion. My post is trying to deturmine a good offer price on a new 2012 hyundai sonata hybrid with the ultimate package. I was hoping for feedback from the forum on this before I try making my offer to a dealer. I appreciate any feedback. Thanks!
#8634 of 8898 Financing holiday $1500 bonus
Dec 03, 2012 (4:50 am)
Be aware if you take the $1500 holiday bonus rebate , payments do not start for 90 days, so you will pay interest on the 90 days, this will increase your payment. Tell the finance guy you do not need the90 days and start payments right away, if that works for you
#8635 of 8898 Holiday rebate
Dec 03, 2012 (4:54 am)
So you do not get 90 days free interest, be careful the finance guy will play games with monthly payment to move you into extended warranty, DO NOT PAY EXTENDED 3rD PARTY WARANTY
#8636 of 8898 Re: Hyundai Sonata Hybid Pricing [cowboy4570]
Dec 03, 2012 (8:15 pm)
I bought a 2012 2.0T with everything (Full power, performance, leather, etc) for $25K and change. this included tax and license and dealer $500 prep. The stidker price was $22,983. This was in Ocala Fl Dec. 3.
I did quite a bit of shopping online. I found nothing near it in its class for the price. I am usually no fan of big plush cars but this one makes me see how folks could go for the BMW, Mercedes,Audy type freeway cruisers. All black with black tinted windows, it feels and behaves like a much more expensive car.