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Hyundai Sonata, Sedan
#8653 of 8851 Hyundai sonata limited 2013
Dec 11, 2012 (3:11 pm)
Car man (or anyone else who may know )
Could you please confirm for me the residual value and money factor for a 2013 Hyundai Sonata Limited basic? Is the residual 58% or 57%? the dealer said it went from 58% last month to 57% this month with the same money factor of .00136.
Any info is appreciated! Looking to lease this month.
#8654 of 8851 $5000 Competitive cash to customer?
Dec 13, 2012 (11:59 pm)
Guess I may have to buy a 2013 Sonata.
I just saw this on Edmund's:
Bonus $ Offer ..... Type ........... Start .................. End
$5,000 ............... Conquest ......12/01/2012 ........01/02/2013
Competitive Owner Bonus Cash is available towards leasing or retail purchases to current registered owners of an eligible competitive vehicle or an immediate family member residing in the same household.
So, two questions:
What competitive vehicles are eligible?
Also, is that $5000 a misprint?
#8656 of 8851 Re: $5000 Competitive cash to customer? [mo614]
Dec 14, 2012 (10:25 am)
Could this also be combined with the Bonus $ Offer Incentive 1 of $1,500 Holiday Bonus Cash?
How do the incentives work? Is there negotiating for a price lower than the incentives, or is this it?
#8657 of 8851 Re: $5000 Competitive cash to customer? [mo614]
Dec 14, 2012 (4:30 pm)
Think it is a misprint. KBB site says $500 Competitor Conquest cash which would be much more in line since Loyalty Rebate is $500. Believe it can be combined with $1500 Holiday cash incentive.
#8658 of 8851 Re: 2012 Sonata GLS AT [michellej87]
Dec 14, 2012 (8:41 pm)
I made an offer for 2013 Sonata GLS with PEP and standard options (carpeted floor mats, cargo mat, cargo net, auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink and compass, mud guards and wheel locks) to few dealers near my place.
Based upon the information obtained in this thread, it appears that getting this car between $18k & $18.5k (before tax) seems to be highly possible, especially with $1500 HMF cash, $500 owner rebate and $400 student rebate.
However, I have seen two cases (post # 8651 and 8624) where this car was purchased for about 17.5k before tax.
Good luck !
#8659 of 8851 Re: $5000 Competitive cash to customer? [lucidreality]
Dec 14, 2012 (8:58 pm)
$1500 HMF bonus cash can be combined with $500 loyal owner coupon and also with $400 student rebate. I got this info from HMF when I got pre-approval from HMF.
About a two or three weeks ago, I had no idea about how to get this car for a great price. I read this thread (few pages starting from year 2012) and got a fair idea of the price that people have paid for this car. I also asked few questions and got it answered by the helpful people over here.
Based upon the information obtained in this thread, it appears that getting this car between $18k & $18.5k (before tax) seems to be highly possible, especially with $1500 HMF cash, $500 competitive/loyal owner rebate and $400 student rebate. However, I have seen two cases (post # 8651 and 8624) where this car was purchased for about 17.5k before tax.
Now, with the amount of information that I obtained from this thread, I am confident that I can get this car at a great price. I have made an offer to several dealers and I will post the price, once the deal is confirmed.
Dec 16, 2012 (8:19 am)
2013 Hyundai Sonata Limited with Premium Package(not the turbo) with car mats and cargo net for $24000 including everything except for taxes, title, and tags.
#8661 of 8851 Our deal from last week
Dec 18, 2012 (9:26 am)
First, thanks to all for the posts on Sonata pricing. It helped a great deal in our recent purchase.
Got a 2013 Hyundai Sonata with pop equip pkg and mats, net, cargo mat, mud guards last week. The MSRP was 22,735 and we qualified for $2500 in rebates (1500 holiday, 500 competition, 500 vet). We paid 18,540 plus $33.50 for tags/title plus 6.5% sales tax. It's not the best deal that I've read about, but was pleased to get this locally and with minimal hassle. This was in Ohio and was about $1000 lower than what a neighbor recently paid at another dealer for an identical model. After the contract was signed, I asked the salesperson what incentives they were getting to sell this model below invoice and holdback. She replied that they were getting "advertising cash" on the Sonata due to the recent rollout of the Accord and Altima. Thanks again for all the posts!