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Kia Sedona, Van
#464 of 567 Re: 2007 Sedona Pricing? [johnpaulwynn]
Apr 25, 2008 (9:44 pm)
We are in Philly area and we just got an '07 EX that was a demo car with only 1500 miles on it for like 22,500 but that was "out the door"...taxes, tags, and including, unfortunately, $1000 that our previous 2004 Kia was upended on the loan (because we didn't do as much homework on that purchase, didn't get quite as good of a deal). This EX is loaded with everything including dvd player. It is technically "used" but the title is new so its sort of used/new. So to finance 22,500 (I guess that makes original price around 19,500) was actually pretty good for this luxury model, we are happy with it. The dealership did have two brand new '07 models but for some reason could not quite give us the price we wanted for them. Since the demo car was slightly more "used" we were able to get what we could afford yet still just as nice..and the actual "new" ones did not have DVD which will be great for the kids this summer during vacation! The warranty is still good minus the 1500 miles of course.
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#466 of 567 2008 Kia Sedona LX (power sliding doors)
Aug 05, 2008 (8:16 am)
I just picked up a new 2008 Kia Sedona LX (with power sliding doors) for $23,300 out the door, including $2000 rebate. Tax is over 7% here (Denver area). It's not a steal, but it seemed to be the best deal I was going to get without waiting for the 09's to push out the 08's.
#467 of 567 Kia's not selling good?
Sep 12, 2008 (1:58 pm)
Is the lack of action in this thread an indicator that Kia's aren't selling real good right now? That's not a good sign for Kia. I think the dealers are needing the incentives right now, because (it seems) Kia's aren't moving and there will be a lot of 2008s being sold early in 2009 (from looking at Kia inventory).
#468 of 567 Any buyers lately?
Sep 17, 2008 (2:50 am)
has anyone bought one recently with the $4000 rebates available? If so how much and what model trim?
I know minivan sales have been hit hard due to gas prices and new crossovers so I'm thinking you can find some incredible deals. Seems like a good buy for people that drive less than 10K miles a year.
#469 of 567 Sedona incentives at $5K; Odyssey at $3.5K
Sep 28, 2008 (4:20 pm)
Edmunds lists the rebate at $5K in my area (click here) and that's exclusive of any dealer discount on the vehicle. You could easily get $7K off. This is like early 2007 all over again.
But in Kia's defense, they had to do something this aggressive as Honda is secretly offering $3500 in marketing support dollars (click here) to dealers to move '08 Ody's.
#470 of 567 Re: Any buyers lately? [rats]
Sep 30, 2008 (7:22 am)
Bought a 2008 Sedona EX with every option except tow pkg.
Got $5000 rebate and another $800 employee pricing discount off of invoice.
After TT&L my OTD price was $26,845. Best deal in New Orleans area was a Banner Kia in Mandeville, LA.
I negotiated with Sienna and Honda and closest I came for a middle of the road options packacge was $30K after TT&L.
I'm pleased so far and just hope the Sedona hold up over time.
Good Luck to everyone.
#471 of 567 Re: Any buyers lately? [rats]
Oct 01, 2008 (5:35 am)
My wife just bought a Lx model with the roof rack, cross bars, floor mat options for $17,420. Sticker price of $24,820. They had the base model for a couple grand cheaper. This was at Quirk Kia in Braintree, Ma.
I have been pleasantly surprised by the ride in this van.
Oct 03, 2008 (6:32 am)
My brother just picked up an 2008 LX with 8,000 miles on it, was an exec. car, for 14,200.00 What a deal. Man I wish they had slightly used ones when I got mine. Only downside is the 10/100,000 is not transferable. You only get the 6/60,000 which is still great.
This was near Atlanta, Ga .
Dec 16, 2008 (8:25 pm)
Just bought a 2007 LX with 13,000 miles in Phoenix for $10k.
The ride is very nice. The seller told me this is slightly more than he could expect to receive at auction.