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Hyundai Sonata, Car Leasing, Sedan
#264 of 1221 Re: June/July Sonata Residual/MF [Car_man]
Aug 22, 2010 (11:34 am)
Hi first post on here. I was hoping I could have some advice for my upcoming lease attempt. First the back round information is that I drive a 1994 gmc van which gets about 8 miles to the gallon so the cost of gas is around 400 or 500 a month plus insurance which is around 100 I'm paying 500-600 a month for this car. I really can't afford to drive this car anymore since I have 2 kid's in private school which cost's 20k a year and I think I deserve to drive a much nicer car plus I dont need to drive such a large car
Basically I want to get the Hyundai sonata 1. too save money 2. to get a new car
Dealing with point 1 I want to save money by switching to this car. I believe gas will cost 100 and insurance is 70 more so I am hoping to spend less than 250 per month for a 36 month lease. The thing is I have no extra money to put down on this car. I want to find out if this is pausable because the dealer I went to said it isnt but they are in the buisness of making money so I wanted a second opionion
#265 of 1221 Re: my numbers [keithf40]
Aug 23, 2010 (2:34 pm)
Seems like a pretty good deal, especially for an SE. I haven't had much luck getting to that number on a GLS here in PA. Can you share the name/town of the dealer and the other details of your deal.
#266 of 1221 i made a mistake
Aug 23, 2010 (9:32 pm)
it was actually for a gls automatic with the popular upgrade package.
atlantic hyundai on long island, google it.
Aug 24, 2010 (5:34 am)
Visited my first Hyundai dealership yesterday. Took a test drive in the stripped down Sonata. Was a nice ride, just a little to much road noise for me. My wife has been driving a cts for years.That's the price you pay for a economy car. Features where very nice for the list price.
The joke was the price I got quoted. $ 2500.00 down and $299.00 a month for 39 months. I did better with the 2011 Buick Regal. That had a sticker of 27,000.
I will shop around, I believe I can get a good deal from a dealer in Savannah.
#268 of 1221 Re: First visit [eddiefast]
Aug 24, 2010 (6:48 am)
that is a joke. the advertised price is 2400 down (inc 1st mo), 199/mo. unless you've got bad credit?
Aug 26, 2010 (7:56 am)
Can someone please post the latest lease rates for the 2011 Huyndai Sonata?
24 month / 12k per year
36 month / 12k per year
#270 of 1221 Re: Lease rates [orion7701]
Aug 29, 2010 (6:54 am)
I am also interested in lease rates, however I'm interested specifically in the Sonata Limited, with and without nav, for 36 months 15,000 mi per year.
Thanks for any assistance...
#271 of 1221 Re: do I pull trigge rin next 24 hours [kaya16]
Aug 29, 2010 (11:52 am)
Hello: On my opinion you should go after $265.00,reducing the negotiated price to $21500. Please,next time ask for the detailed numbers.We need those numbers to be more accurate. Thanks .
#272 of 1221 Re: I need help [jcava47816]
Aug 29, 2010 (12:22 pm)
One week later i went to another dealer looking for the same car SE with Nav.They offered me ;
24984.00 Negotiated price
699 dealer fee
595 bank fee
LEV : 56 % MF:0.00050
With $0 down : $369.00
Again,i think we can negotiate the price to 23700 and reduce the fees,at least the bank fee.I havent do it because i want to sell my car first, i dont like the trade in.Note:these is in Fl.
#273 of 1221 for comparative purposes...
Aug 30, 2010 (12:25 pm)
In no way am I critical of the sonata, but when I see $369 for a SE, doesn't that seem high? I just leased a camry XLE 6 cylinder with a $31200 MSRP for $309 a month, with just first payment down. That includes the tax (6.75%) and everything else. 15k miles a year for 3 years. And I'm not even sure I didn't get taken. Again, not knocking the sonata at all; the $369 tho seemed high to me. The money factor was .00001, and maybe the residual was higher percent, so maybe the $369 is quite reasonable.