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Hyundai Elantra, Hatchback, Sedan
#2 of 4450 Purchase Price
Jul 14, 2001 (4:33 am)
$14,500 for base Elantra GT with automatic transmission. Purchased June 15, 2001 in Little Falls, NJ. Sticker was $15,394. TMV shown as $14,300 at the time of purchase.
Called four Hyundai dealers in three counties before we found the GT we wanted. Yeah,...I might've paid a couple hundred too much but I still got a fair deal considering the lack of availability. Went to the dealer and drove out 2.5 hours later in the car. Smooth buy.
Love the car, too!
Jul 16, 2001 (5:10 am)
I'm sure most of you have seen my posts for the price I've paid, but here it is again:
Orlando, FL Market
Color - Pewter (Silver)
$15,000 = Includes all dealer/destination fees. Does not include taxes.
Great car. Do yourself a favor and go buy one, that is if you can find one. As cjacceta stated above, it's a little hard to find what you want. It took us three weeks of looking before I found the package that we wanted.
#4 of 4450 My Price
Jul 16, 2001 (10:17 am)
Just to keep this ball rolling, I'll put here what I paid. I don't know if it's a good or bad deal, but you all can then compare with what you got.
2001 Elantra GLS
bought in National City, CA (near San Diego) [Frank Hyundai]
less $500 rebate, so call it $13,416. I did no negotiations. I went in having made my first contact through my CostCo membership, and I got that price. Maybe I could have done better through negotiating, but at the time that price was right on Edmunds TMV, and the salesman was a nice guy to deal with, so I went with it. The F&I guy did try to sell us on some additional stuff, but it wasn't real high pressure, and we got what we were happy with.
#5 of 4450 Is it a great buy?
Jul 16, 2001 (7:12 pm)
Well I just bought my GT a week ago for $16,100+tax & Lic. Automatic w/ package #7 which consist of 4 wheel disc w/TCS and sunroof. The dealer didn't offer any rebates or special interest rate since it's a new model. Oh by the way I live in San Jose/CA.
#6 of 4450 I think this is a great buy.....
Jul 23, 2001 (4:05 pm)
I am ABOUT to pay 12,900 for a GLS 5 speed, w/package 5, carpets, mud guards. That includes destination charge but not tax. Is it my imagination or is that a really good price?
#7 of 4450 To rbeaudin (I think this was a great buy)
Jul 24, 2001 (7:58 pm)
$12,900 sounds like a solid price with Package 5. Package 5 is the ABS/Traction control package, correct? Does that price include the $500 rebate?
Jul 25, 2001 (5:34 pm)
Yes, Steve, that does include the rebate. I'm picking up the car on Saturday..can't wait!
#9 of 4450 PACKAGE 5
Jul 26, 2001 (10:50 am)
I've heard that a few people got the package 5 automatic for $13 flat. Your 5-speed deal sounds good....perhaps it could be better.
#10 of 4450 PACKAGE 5
Jul 26, 2001 (10:51 am)
Make that $13K flat. Minor technicality.
Jul 29, 2001 (8:51 am)
Yes, perhaps I could have done better if I had been willing to take a model off the lot, but since I wanted a particular package/color (5/champagne/mud guards), and it had to be located, I was somewhat thwarted in my plan to use the "you're never gonna get rid of that thing, especially with the IIHS report!" line. I got the car yesterday, and it looks great...very happy, good value; at least I came in under invoice, according to Edmunds info.