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#4417 of 4426 2013 Elantra Limited w/leathr
May 18, 2013 (11:51 am)
So close to a deal on the Elantra limited sedan with leather for $16,500 including my trade-in of $1000. Essentially this car is discounted $5500 with a MSRP of $22475, so not too shabby.
#4418 of 4426 Re: 2013 Elantra Limited w/leathr [sparkland]
May 18, 2013 (4:24 pm)
were there any rebates involved to get this really low price???...I paid $18,100.00 last year for a 2013 elantra gls with the preffered package and a few other goodies.your deal smokes my deal...
#4419 of 4426 Re: 2013 Elantra Limited w/leathr [steven39]
May 18, 2013 (6:13 pm)
That could be a bad trade in price to make up for the steep discount on the elantra price.
#4420 of 4426 Re: 2013 Elantra Limited w/leathr [soxthedog]
May 18, 2013 (9:34 pm)
I think the deal was great. We traded in a 1997 Toyota Camry with 170,000 miles in fair condition and bought the silver Elantra Limited with black leather. The car has the normal "limited" equipment including moonroof and fancy wheels but no navigation.
The MSRP was actually $22,390 because there were a couple of small items included on the marone sticker. The price of the car before the trade-in stood at $17,006. These numbers included a $1500 financing rebate from Hyundai.
Details: MSRP $22,390
Sale Price 17,006
This price does not include dealer handling of $499 or tax and license fees. We were pleased with the deal since we got $5,384 off including the rebate. Then we got the $1,000 for our trade to make the final price $16,006.
We love Toyota's and Honda's but they both were in the $20,000 range for a comparable car with leather--Corolla and Civic. Hopefully the Elantra will perform to our expectations.
#4421 of 4426 Re: 2013 Elantra Limited w/leathr [sparkland]
May 19, 2013 (8:14 am)
Looks like you got a great deal, even with the $499 dealer "fee" which brings your effective price before trade and T&L to $17.5k. The KBB trade-in value in my area for a Camry LE 2.2L with no options and 170k miles in "good" condition is $1200, so looks like you got a good deal on your trade also if it was only in "fair" condition per KBB's yardstick.
#4423 of 4426 Elantra Limited w/no tech package
May 21, 2013 (2:49 pm)
Was just quoted $0 upfront payment inclusive of all taxes (6.35% CT state tax) and fees and $286/month for 3 yr/36k miles for the Limited.
Selling price: 20,700
Net cap cost (incl taxes/fees): 21,700
Residual Value: 63%
I received 3 other quotes, and after pushing back, this was still the best ($293 was next best with all fees/taxes capitalized).
Feel like its a fair deal, but any other thoughts/data points welcome before I pull the trigger. I was not eligible for any incentives.
#4424 of 4426 Re: Elantra Limited w/no tech package [danyc1]
May 22, 2013 (5:07 am)
My only comment is that the current money factor on a camry is .00001, although I realize it's a totally different car. Although the 4 cylinders get about the same gas mileage in both. Plus I thionk there's some rebates with the camry. Any way, I suspect you could get a much more loaded camry for the same payment and out of pocket. My lease is up in a few months and i too am debating between the camry/accord size cars, and the compact elantra/mazda3/civic cars. Good luck with whatever you decide.
#4425 of 4426 Re: Elantra Limited w/no tech package [danyc1]
May 22, 2013 (4:46 pm)
If you're willing to drive a couple hours, check with Towne Hyundai in Denville, NJ. It's 100 miles from Trumbull, CT. Back in '07 we saved $5400 (from list price) buying from them. Pretty good for a 200 mile round trip.
#4426 of 4426 Re: got new elantra with preferred pkg [akola1]
May 22, 2013 (10:03 pm)
Looks like a great price to me, ca. $500 better than I can get in Phoenix now.
GLS Auto, Preferred, Homelink, mats..MSRP is : $20,050.00, sell $17000 but than add one package fees incl. $400 doc fee OTD $19,800
Sale tax is around 9% here.
Would like to get it down $500.