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Hyundai Sonata, Sedan
#8822 of 8898 Sonata Limited 2.0 Turbo
Feb 27, 2013 (8:51 pm)
with Premium Package
MSRP = 31,745
Dealer Quote = 27,790
minus 1000 HFMC cash
minus 500 competitive
brings final price to 26,290
Look like a fair deal?
#8824 of 8898 Did I get a good deal on brand new 2013 Hyundai Sonata GLS?
Mar 18, 2013 (4:36 pm)
Invoice for 20,527 with everything included, out the door. Car only has 11 miles on it.
#8825 of 8898 Re: Did I get a good deal on brand new 2013 Hyundai Sonata GLS? [rayabg]
Mar 18, 2013 (4:42 pm)
what was the final negotiated price before TTT and fees??
#8826 of 8898 Re: Sonata Limited 2.0 Turbo [iadnuyh]
Mar 24, 2013 (3:14 pm)
I am trying to buy a sonota 2.0 turbo limited with premium package. you have got a good deal . can you please email me details as the dealers in NJ would want to see a proof . thank you in advance
#8827 of 8898 Re: Did I get a good deal on brand new 2013 Hyundai Sonata GLS? [steven39]
Mar 24, 2013 (4:27 pm)
#8828 of 8898 Re: Sonata Limited 2.0 Turbo [raghu_ny]
Mar 24, 2013 (4:29 pm)
I got the GLS, not the limited turbo. if you give me your emila, I can provide you with details
#8829 of 8898 sharing my deal - 2013 Limited PZEV 2.4L
Mar 25, 2013 (9:35 pm)
Limited PZEV with basic options plus mud guards, cargo mat, cargo net, all-weather floor mat
Edmunds TMV: $25,219
Posted MSRP: $26,940
Final deal: $23,000 (-$1,800 trade-in)
Looks like a fair deal? Thank you all for helpful tips and discussions.
PS. Just found that in my signed sheet, they made a critical mistake!! I said 10k down and initially deposited 3k and have 7k due on delivery. The sheet says I deposited 7k and due 3k on delivery. It would be interesting to see how they react when I show this sheet with only 3k instead of 7k. (Of course, I will pay 7k on delivery; but 3k first with the sheet, then 4k after teasing the salesperson:)
#8830 of 8898 Could really use some advice...
Mar 26, 2013 (7:07 pm)
Hi there. I have been visiting the boards and learning as much as I can over the past few weeks. I am looking for a 2012 Sonata Hybrid. This Sunday, my husband and I went to the dealership that had offered us the best prices online. They have over 20 hybrids on the lot. I wanted to look at them in person without any pressure before we went in later this week.
When we arrived, the sales manager was working some extra hours at the office and offered to help us. The car I had my eye on (a silver 2012 hybrid --ultimate pkg,demo, with 5,000 miles) was nowhere to be found. I noticed that not all of the cars on the internet were on the lot. He told me that they store some at a second location. He then notified me that they had sold that particular car. It was the only hybrid with ultimate package they had. I was disappointed, but was okay to look at non-ultimate hybrids.
He told me that he personally owned a 2012 white with black leather interior hybrid that he was going to sell in the next month or so. It is fully-loaded with every single available option. It has 7,200 miles on it. He offered 26,000 even for it. He said that if we wanted to get the extended platinum warranty on it he would purchase it under the employee discount at 1,500 making the total $27,500 plus TTL.
I am concerned that a second-hand Hyundai loses the 10/100,000 warranty as it is downgraded. I haven't been able to call the warranty company to ask them about coverage (transfer fees, etc.) because they are closed.
Does anyone have any advice for me? Good deal? Crap deal? The car is fabulous and I would love to have it, but not at the expense of common-sense.
Thanks for reading and responding. I appreciate it.
#8831 of 8898 Re: Could really use some advice... [jacobsmommy]
Mar 26, 2013 (7:32 pm)
You are right-once a Hyundai has been registered, it loses the 100K warranty. If he buys the warranty-you need to pay the transfer fee.
JMHO-but this "deal" smells to me. Purhase a car through a dealer, not a private party even though he is the sales manager.