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Hyundai Tucson, SUV
#133 of 295 Re: Hyundai Tucson: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [danf1]
Feb 26, 2006 (6:50 am)
I'm in the process of buying a 2006 Tucson GLS with the sunroof, I think it's called the PREMIUM PACKAGE. the dealer wants to charge me
$600- destination cost ( which I'm ok with) Prep -
Hyundai Advertising cost $500.
are these two illegitimate costs on a new car. I got the car $21K plus 1K in rebates. total cost of Car plus registration and NYS tax (8.75%) and another $45 dealer charge would be about 24K.
Does this sound correct?
I haven't gotten a new car in over 11 years
My last car was a 95 Saturn, brought on Nov of 94. So it's been a while
#134 of 295 Re: 2005 GLS 4WD [gregfromnyc]
Feb 26, 2006 (7:02 am)
quick question was this dealer near the VNB?
I too got a 20K offer with the following
$493 prep costs
$500 advertising fee ( which in our conversation he started by saying it was already included, when I laughed out loud at him, he re-tracted the comment saying it was a slip, he had meant to say not included)
I'm looking at a Tucson GLS - 4wheel with Premium pkg
my total is coming to 24K after tazs and fees
is this a deal or am I being taken for a ride
#135 of 295 Re: Hyundai Tucson: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [sockpuppet1969]
Mar 18, 2006 (8:29 pm)
I am looking at a 2005 LX 2WD, and I was e-mailed a quote of $20,930, less $1000 rebate and less $500 if I finance with Hyundai (likely will). That's $19,430 not counting tax and title. Am going to counter with an offer to buy at $19,000 even. Thoughts?
#136 of 295 Re:Will Tucson rollover easily? [tenpin288]
Mar 27, 2006 (5:01 pm)
Tucson tests did not include rollover. So across the board 5 stars is really only across 2/3 of the board.
#137 of 295 Re: Hyundai Tucson: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [attykevin]
Mar 28, 2006 (6:51 am)
I was offered a 2006 Tuscon LX 2wd automatic transmission last nite at a dealership in NY for $16,000 flat. Just add tax and title.
#138 of 295 Re: Hyundai Tucson: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [reechz]
Apr 16, 2006 (7:24 pm)
hey reechz, do you mean a 2005 LX or a 2006 Limited? To the best of my knowledge, the LX was only on the 05 and the limited is the top line of the 06 models...
#140 of 295 What price on 2006 Tuscon Limited???
May 03, 2006 (7:26 am)
I'm new at this so please forgive my ignorance. I am looking at a fully loaded 2006 Limited 2WD - when I say loaded add sunroof, mats, etc. nothing out of the ordinary. The dealer called and told me the price would be $24,265 which is obviously the MSRP (list) with nothing discounted. What is reasonable to assume they could do on this vehicle? I have seen TRV's quoted around $22,265 - is $1500 to 2000 off MSRP reasonable to negotiate? I was quite surprised he quoted me MSRP and thought I would jump. Thanks for your guidance.
#141 of 295 2006 Tucson GL 2WD
May 08, 2006 (7:27 am)
Looking to buy a new 2006 Tuscson GL 2WD automatic ! Anybody out there have any tips on discount dealerships in the NJ/NY/Eastern PA area that are selling close to invoice. The invoice price on this type of Tuscon is $17,654 and that doesn't include the $500 rebate Hyundai is offering this month.
The MSRP on this base model is $18,745 (about $1,100) over invoice.
What would be a good purchase price from a bast model like this ? Thanks !
#142 of 295 Re: 2006 Tucson GL 2WD [rick331]
Jun 05, 2006 (2:01 pm)
I just baught a 2006 GL 2wd this week end even after the Holidays my out the Door price with floor mat and roof rack was $18,038.00
That was Californai 8.25% tax + lic and fees well, everything included.
Not sure how good this is compaired with all ya but please let me know.