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Hyundai Sonata, Car Leasing, Sedan
#1128 of 1223 Re: 2013 Sonata Limited [carpanda1]
by Car_man HOST
Oct 11, 2012 (3:37 pm)
You're very welcome carpanda1. Hyundai Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 48-month lease of a 2013 Sonata Limited with 12,000 miles per year are .00149 and 51%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
When negotiating your deal on this car, make sure to take advantage of the $1,500 cash incentive that is currently available on leases of it.
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#1129 of 1223 Re: LEASING A 2013 SE SONATA WITH NAVIGATION AND SUNROOF PACKAKE [sladex]
Nov 05, 2012 (8:25 am)
Sladex, if you don't mind can you tell me which dealer this was. I am in your area, and would like to get the same deal. Thanks.
#1130 of 1223 Re: 2013 Sonata Limited [Car_man]
Nov 05, 2012 (8:50 am)
Car_man, can you please tell me the November rates for Hyundai. Thank you very much!
Looking to lease a 2013 Sonata SE, 3/36 month 12k lease. Might go for the 2.0T version if the price is right.
#1131 of 1223 Re: 2013 Sonata Limited [drinkjuice]
Nov 05, 2012 (10:00 am)
Car_man, could you also provide the rates for the GLS for 3/36 for 10k and 12k? Also, if there is any difference between the GLS and GLS PZEV models in terms of the rates. Thought I would piggyback on this one so you could just respond in one shot.
#1132 of 1223 2013 Sonata Limited and Limited 2.0T
Nov 06, 2012 (9:18 pm)
Can you please provide the November residuals and money factors for the 2013 Hyundai Sonata Limited and Sonata Limited 2.0T each with Premium Package? 3-year lease with 12,000 miles.
#1133 of 1223 Re: 2013 Sonata Limited [sirjared]
Nov 18, 2012 (6:37 am)
I am interested in that info also. I saw yesterday an ad for a local dealer offering 2013 GLSes with Preferred Package for $169/month for 36 months with $1000 down, plus TT&L and first payment up front (tax = 6.25% on the payments, we pay tax in advance in Minnesota). That seemed like a good deal to me, maybe even worth checking it out even though our 2007 Sonata is still going strong (but no longer under warranty).
#1134 of 1223 Re: 2013 Sonata Limited [backy]
Nov 19, 2012 (2:14 pm)
Where did you see that deal? Can you provide a link? Did you call/email and get any details on it? That seems like a pretty good deal, I'd like to get more info on it myself.
#1135 of 1223 Re: 2013 Sonata Limited [sirjared]
Nov 19, 2012 (7:31 pm)
Walser Hyundai in Brooklyn Park, MN. I don't think we're allowed to post links to dealerships, but it's easy to track down on the Web. The deal was supposed to be good through Nov. 30, but only for in-stock cars so they could run out before that.
#1136 of 1223 Acquisition Fees
Nov 21, 2012 (1:36 pm)
I put out a number of offers to dealers in the surrounding area and am just waiting on the responses from them. Will post the details on anything that proves worthwhile. In the meantime, from my research it appears that the acquisition fee is set by the finance company and not negotiable, but some things I read claimed it was. I thought perhaps it would be something similar to dealer doc fees where even if the dealer refuses to take them away you could often successfully demand they then be subtracted from the sale price with firm negotiation like many have suggested, though I'm not hopeful. Anybody have any input or insight about this?
#1137 of 1223 Is this a good deal?
Nov 21, 2012 (5:40 pm)
Got this price on a rather odd lease deal on a 2013 Sonata GLS Package 2--does it seem like a good deal?
My total cost will be $47 a month, 36 months, 12,000 miles a year (we drive less than 10,000 a year). Nothing out of pocket. In addition, I'll get two $250 gift cards ($500 total), never expire, good on goods and services at the dealership chain, e.g. parts, tires, maintenance. I own a 2004 Elantra GT so if I don't use the credits for the Sonata, will likely be able to use them on the GT.
I will turn in my 2007 Sonata GLS. 62k miles, very good shape mechanically (radio and CD player don't always work great), interior is fine but needs a thorough detail. But the exterior is a mess... major scrape with body panel damage on left rear (recent hit-and-run in a parking lot), additional damage to rear bumper (rear-ended a year ago, got paid by insurance but never fixed it), many dings and deep scratches, scraped front bumper, two beat-up wheel covers. I would not be surprised if it were $2000++ in repair costs if I were to repair the car (and eventually I'd have to, to prevent rust and before I sell it).
So factoring in the gift cards I figure a bit over $1 a day. And my wife has a new car with more features e.g. heated seats, better fuel economy, more power, Bluetooth, new tires, save $50 a year on AAA membership fees, and nothing but routine maintenance for 3 years (5 years if I keep it after the lease). Oh, residual is $14,100... if that's too high at lease end I can always turn in the keys.
I need to decide by Friday morning... not that the deal will go away, but the cars probably will with the $500 in gift cards, which expires this weekend.