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Hyundai Sonata, Sedan
#8883 of 8898 mission failed- 2013 gls w/preferred package
Jul 30, 2013 (10:29 am)
so bummed- have been looking at a 2013 gls sonata with preferred package, but on Long Island, best I could do b4 tax was $19,800- which is $1500 more than my target-and that was with Hyundai Circle pricing
oh well, I guess I'll see what happens after '14's come out.
Jul 31, 2013 (5:49 pm)
I ended up going for it. Can someone tell me if I got a good deal?
2013 Hyundai Sonata Limited
Premium package (with nav touch screen, panoramic sunroof, Infinity speakers, etc)
Silver exterior + black interior
No additional add-ons
- 2,000 Hyundai Bonus Cash (for using 2.9% financing thru credit union)
- 2,000 Dealership discount
- 1,370 Dealership "Weekend Sale"
= 24,174.00 final price
+ sales tax ($2486.53 ---- WA 9.2%)
+ doc fees ($150.00)
+ license/reg ($188.75)
= $26999.29 out the door
The one catch with this car is that it was "supposed" to be a loaner car (for other Hyundai owner's getting their vehicles serviced) but never ended up getting used by anyone. Unfortunately this knocks 10 months off my warranty because it was activated in Oct 2012.
All things considered, is this a good deal? The dealer claimed it was invoice price minus holdback + dealer cash. He should me the paperwork proving the holdback (somewhere around 800 if I remember correctly but only gave verbal confirmation of the dealer cash - which he claimed was 1000) Should I have negotiated it further considering the warranty aspect?
So far my customer service with them (after the purchase) has been very good. I'm a worrier though and want to make sure I got the best deal...
#8885 of 8898 Re: Good price? [erica112]
Aug 01, 2013 (10:43 am)
You are getting a $29,544 car for $24,174, which represents 18.2% off MSRP.
I think that's great deal. Get it.
Aug 01, 2013 (11:30 pm)
Bought a 2013 Sonata Limited with Premium Package
and some small options included (mats, cargo net, etc.)
Black Exterior and Black Interior
With the $2000 rebate plus dealer discounts
Sales Price: $24,100
Out the door: $26,580 (including TTL, 8% Sales Tax in Orange County CA)
#8887 of 8898 Need Help with Sonata GLS Purchase
Aug 05, 2013 (1:05 am)
Ok here it is August. I am looking at purchasing a 2013 Sonata GLS, complete with the popular equipment package, cargo net, carpeted floor mats, and Homelink mirror. Here are the details:
Internet Price: $20,225
Edmunds TMV: $21,949
Rebates Available: $1500 Bonus Cash
Alright, so I am a bit confused. How is the internet price already lower than invoice-rebates? From what I have read on here, the rebates and incentives available earlier in the year on this car led to out the door prices under $20,000. Does that look possible here?
I would like some advice on what a good price range would be to pay for this car (not including TTL). Should I offer $1500 less than the internet price? $1500 less than the TMV price? Any input is greatly appreciated.
#8888 of 8898 Re: Need Help with Sonata GLS Purchase [pdrhodes]
Aug 05, 2013 (5:02 am)
with the pop package, numbers on long island are between 19 and 20k
#8889 of 8898 Re: Need Help with Sonata GLS Purchase [pdrhodes]
Aug 06, 2013 (10:13 am)
I recently bought a GLS with PEP, shimmering white exterior and bunch other stuffs came with the car (carpeted floor mats, cargo mat, cargo net, auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink, mud guards, and wheel locks) for $19000 before TTL and after rebate. It is in the San Jose, CA area.
#8890 of 8898 Sonata Limited 2.4L with Navi
Aug 06, 2013 (2:26 pm)
I decided to buy Sonata Limited 2.4L with Navi, Shimmering white
Adj. Sales Price...................$26,180
8.5% Sales Tax...................$2,225.30
License Fee.........................$185 (Estimated RTA Zone)
Hyundai Bonus Cash............$2,000
Out The Door Cost..............$26,740.30
I live in King county, WA, which has a higher tax rate than other counties in WA. I have to drive for 1 hour to pick up this car. I found a better deal but I decide to take this deal since he actually has a car in his stock. I am a little reluctant to ask a dealer to deliver a car from another dealer.
What do you think about the deal?
#8891 of 8898 Hyundai 2013 Sonata Gls w/ Pref Package
Aug 10, 2013 (11:51 am)
Hyundai 2013 Sonata Gls w/ Pref Package - $19,500 plus tax (about $1700) and tags (about $300) - financing 1/2 at 1.9%-
I wanted $19,000- but couldn't get it at that price - I could have save a couple of hundred dollars by going to another dealer, but I wanted to use my local guy and tie in the service department-
however, dealer upgraded car to include spoiler (cool)- and carpeted mats and cargo net (don't care)-
also free service and maintenance for a year.
I drive about 20,000 miles a year so I hope the car holds up!!!!!
I am on Long Island NY
#8892 of 8898 Re: Hyundai 2013 Sonata Gls w/ Pref Package [ricovanian]
Aug 22, 2013 (1:17 pm)
The great thing about these Hyundai are the warranty. 5 yrs 100k right at your 5th year you could trade in or roll the dice and run it to the ground.
these cars aren't worth much down the road but they sure are making better vehicles than alot of other companies.