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Hyundai Tucson, SUV
#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.
#143 of 295 Re: 2006 Tucson GL 2WD [rick331]
Jun 17, 2006 (2:21 am)
try the hyundai dealer in Paramus,NJ. I do not know the name of it but I think they have lower prices. I think it is on Route 17.
#144 of 295 Just purchased a Tucson
Jul 14, 2006 (8:50 pm)
It may be a little late to ask now, but I am curious to hear what you think of the deal I got on a 2006 Tucson. It is a 6cyl, 4wd limited edition with roof rack+cross bars, leather interior (with heated seats), elec climate ocntrol, 6cd in dash changer, sub woofer+amp, side rails/steps, etc etc -- fully loaded except for the sunroof and floor mats. After all rebates and incentives, the "out the door cost" with tax, tags, and misc fees was $21,639. I am still not entirely clear why I paid for some of the BS "document fees" and "glass etching", but that (along with $1200 tax and $249 4-yr reg) is what got me from 19,xxx to the final cost of 21,600.
I thought I was getting a pretty good deal when I signed the papers a few hours ago, but after getting home and reviewing the agreements, I am wondering if I got duped with some of these nickel and dime fees that were apparently thrown in. The MSRP on the sticker was 24,085 and the est invoice cost on Edmunds.com was around 21,500 (WITHOUT tax and tags) .. I welcome others opinions - good deal or not?
#145 of 295 Deal or No Deal in Northern Alabama
Aug 12, 2006 (4:49 pm)
Help!! I am shopping for 2006 Tucson 2-wheel dr. LX with a list price of $24,265. With no rebate because I can only get 4.9% financing and $500 customer loyalty, the dealer's offer is $21,628.34 plus finance charge for 60 mos. of $1069.88 or $22,688.11. Dealer says I can't get rebate (1000) plus customer loyalty (500) and 4.9%. Is this true? Are they giving me a good deal. Oh, Limited has these options: cupholder pad, carpeted floor mats, mud guards, sunroof wind deflector, roof cross rails. Also, should I take the $1,000 rebate or the 4.9% financing from HMFC? Should I go for it? HELP!
#146 of 295 Re: Deal or No Deal in Northern Alabama 
Aug 12, 2006 (6:46 pm)
Hi! Ok, the dealer is correct in saying that you have to choose between the $1000 rebate or the special financing with the customer loyalty. It is either one or the other and that comes from the main Hyundai site.
Edmunds has a great Financial Calculator that compares Low APR’s to Cash Back. If you go to the “New Car” section, then to “Financing” you’ll find it towards the middle of the page. Plug in all the numbers and it will show you which will save you the most money.
Is the$21,628.34 with the $1000 rebate and before tax, tags, fees etc?
Or is the $22,688.11 the “Out the door” with all the tax, tags, fees etc included the special financing and customer loyalty?
#147 of 295 Re: Deal or No Deal in Northern Alabama [chyanna]
Aug 13, 2006 (3:58 am)
The $21,628.34 is without the $1,000 rebate and loyalty but includes the title and sales tax; not tags. They say there are no doc fees included.
The $22,688 is "out-the-door with 4.9% financing."
Thanks, I'm going to go to Financial Calculator.
#148 of 295 Re: Deal or No Deal in Northern Alabama 
Aug 13, 2006 (4:45 am)
From what I can tell, and using my zip code for the invoice, $22,688 "out-the-door” is a good deal considering that a fully loaded 2006 Limited with every option goes for roughly 22,430 without tax, title, tags, fees ect. So it would seem you are getting it below invoice.
I brought my 2006 Platinum Green Limited 4WD with every option except for mud flaps $200 below invoice and went with the 4.9% finance. I was pleased with the price, didn’t have to pay any extra bogus fees that I hear about and enjoyed the whole car buying experience. It really helps to do your homework.
I absolutely LOVE my Tucson and do not worry the MPG will go up as the engine breaks in.
Good luck! Let us know what your final decision is.
#149 of 295 Is this right re: rebate in Northern Alabama?
Aug 13, 2006 (5:11 am)
The dealer has the Tuscon fully loaded listed at $20,881, the rebate price. On the calulation sheet, he lists $20,881 plus $1,000 rebate for a total of $21,881, adds 3.5% sales tax and title fee for a total price of $22,665. THEN, HE DEDUCTS $1,000 REBATE AND BALANCE DUE IS $21,665.34 "out-the-door" plus 6.5% financing =$28,705.
If rebate price is $20,881, why is he adding the $1,000 into calulations making the price $21,881 which he adds tax and title,THEN, he deducts #1,000? Does this make sense?
Then, I said I wanted the 4.9% financing and $500 loyalty with no rebate or 21,881 plus 3.5% sales and 16.50 title =$22,663.50 -$500 loyalty=22163.50 "out-the-door" times 6.5% financing for 60 mos. =$27,592.
TMV said take the cash!
#150 of 295 Re: Deal or No Deal in Northern Alabama [chyanna]
Aug 13, 2006 (5:18 am)
I'm looking at a 2WD. Compared to your 4WD, please give me your opinion. Thanks.