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Hyundai Sonata, Sedan
#8791 of 8852 Re: 2013 Sonata vs Accord [pegasus17]
Jan 13, 2013 (5:21 pm)
I'm seeing those deals close to $200/month reported here at Edmunds.com.
#8792 of 8852 Re: 2013 Sonata vs Accord [backy]
Jan 13, 2013 (9:34 pm)
I remember you from 2010 and hyundai-forums.com. Deals reported on this edmunds web site are not always real. Wish it were so but the TRUE data does not support it.
#8793 of 8852 Re: Did I get a good deal on the Sonata Limited 2.0T [ruthg3]
Jan 14, 2013 (6:22 am)
We are purchasing an se turbo not the limited.
That was just the numbers I was figuring from the 3% holdback and taking 2000 off for incentives. Haven't tried to get it yet! He would be buying (not leasing) the se turbo with rear spoiler and mud guards. I am not sure if that is the offer we should make or if it is way off. That would be w destination fee, but not with tax and title. Dang tax!
This is how I figured it -
MSRP 26035 3% is 781
Invoice 24638 - 781 = 23857
If I take off 1500 incentives it is 22357. If I take off 2000, it is 21857.
Steve says to go for all the incentives and just put it in the price you offer. Does that seem right?
Thanks for any assistance. This is just so darn nerve racking.
#8794 of 8852 Re: Reader Beware [pegasus17]
Jan 14, 2013 (6:24 am)
Thanks. I kind of figured it was too good to be true.
#8795 of 8852 Re: 2013 Sonata vs Accord [pegasus17]
Jan 14, 2013 (9:01 am)
I can tell you for a fact MY deal was real. And if I can get this kind of deal, I expect others can also... or even better. I didn't go to extremes to get the deal, as others might be willing to do.
#8796 of 8852 hard to believe this one
Jan 14, 2013 (9:40 am)
This is the one i find impossible:
"I just bought the Sonata Limited 2.0T with Navigation for $23,200. Tags and Taxes are included."
#8797 of 8852 Re: hard to believe this one [pegasus17]
Jan 14, 2013 (11:14 am)
Impossible? Hardly. Rare? Sure. But that's ONE sale, likely under very unusual circumstances which could include: 1) dealer trying to make a month/quarter/year-end incentive; 2) unpopular color; 3) demo vehicle; 4) a low/no sales tax state.
Will everyone get such a good deal? No. Can ONE PERSON get such a good deal? Sure. It's a big country.
#8798 of 8852 Re: Did I get a good deal on the Sonata Limited 2.0T [maureen14]
Jan 14, 2013 (1:50 pm)
Don't see why you can't offer 21850 or 21900 and go from there. Worst they can say is no, and if you're not in a total hurry you could see how things shake out nearer the end of the month. Also, I would agree that you should get offers from the internet managers at several dealerships before going in. Easier to negotiate over the phone from home instread of sitting in the dealership. I negotiated 2 leases last quarter gettting the cap cost from the internet manager and it saved time and money.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
#8799 of 8852 Sonata Limited with Tech Package
Jan 16, 2013 (4:11 pm)
I just emailed several dealers in the Pacific Northwest and very quickly got this price. for 3 email exchanges with a couple of dealers in less than 2 hours. No haggle which I love. I stayed firm and the final email said ok they had one for that price. Maybe I should have gone lower. It is the non turbo model.
2013 sonata limited 2.4 non turbo w/tech package
$24500 plus sales tax.
What does the board say ....Steve Thanks for the tips
#8800 of 8852 Sonata Turbo Limited?
Jan 19, 2013 (4:39 am)
I live in Tampa Florida and I am looking for a new or CPO Turbo Limited to buy in the next few months. The biggest dealer around gave me an internet price of approx. 31K OTD for a 2013, Limited Turbo without Navigation. Another dealership had a 2012 Limited Turbo, no navigation with 18K miles for 23,991 + TTL. I like the idea of a CPO but I am wondering if either of these are good deals.
Thanks for any insights.