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Hyundai Elantra, Hatchback, Sedan
#4302 of 4422 Re: How Much Did You Pay? [allisonmd]
Aug 08, 2012 (9:00 am)
i recently purchased a few month's ago a 2013 elantra gls with auto and the preffered package.it also came with the compass rear-view mirror with homelink and a few other goodies.msrp was $19,620.00..my final negotiated price before TTT was $18,163.00 which seems to be the normal of what people are paying on this forum.hope this helps...
#4303 of 4422 Re: How Much Did You Pay? [steven39]
Aug 11, 2012 (10:29 am)
what was the dealership and locations that you found your deal in South FL?
#4304 of 4422 Re: How Much Did You Pay? [drewskidouble]
Aug 11, 2012 (5:21 pm)
2013 elantra gls with auto and preffered package purchased from lehman hyundai in north miami beach,fla.msrp was $19,620.00.final price before TTT was $18,163.00...color is in desert bronze metallic with the beige interior which is a hard color combo to get from what the dealer told me.
#4305 of 4422 Good price for Hyundai Elantra
Aug 15, 2012 (10:57 am)
I would like to buy a 2011 Hyundai Elantra for my daughter. We are in Central Florida. What is a good price? Thanks.
#4306 of 4422 Re: Good Deal in SF Bay Area CA [skymapper]
Aug 17, 2012 (4:10 pm)
Where did you buy this car?
#4307 of 4422 Re: How Much Did You Pay? [steven39]
Aug 17, 2012 (7:53 pm)
Hey thanks for sharing that information. I just finished inking my deal and the car should be delivered tomorrow morning. For my sister's 23rd birthday, she'll be getting a 2013 Elantra GLS A/T (Shimmering White Mica with the Beige interior, which according to all the dealers I have spoken with is a difficult color to find, i.e. only 2-3 in the state) w/ Preferred Package, Auto-Dimming Rearview, and a few other goodies. MSRP: $19,545. VIN number starts with 5NPD... so I assume this is coming out of the Alabama plant (dunno if this matters.) Got the deal from Southtowne Hyundai in Riverdale, GA. Details Below.
Sale Price: $18136.15
Tax (7%): $1304.10
Title, License, and Doc fees: $559.75
FINAL OTD PRICE: $20k even :DDDD
I hit my target so I'm happy. This is the 2nd vehicle I have shopped for using the information everyone has shared through this forum and I live by all the helpful advice. Thank you everyone and good luck.
#4308 of 4422 Re: How Much Did You Pay?
Aug 19, 2012 (11:16 am)
Yesterday received similar deal to most posters here:
Atlantic Blue, Ulsan
$18,220: Preferred Pkg, Mats, 1st Aid kit,iPod Cable, Mud Guards, rear bumper Protector, Nitrogen filled tires, int/ext dealer applied protection.
#4309 of 4422 Re: How Much Did You Pay? [cajunwon]
Aug 19, 2012 (4:53 pm)
this sounds about what most people are paying for this car with the preffered package.purchased my 2013 elantra a few month's ago with auto and the preffered package with the only other options being the cargo net,tray,wheel locks,and the homelink-compass mirror.msrp was $19680.00 and my final negotiated price before TTT was $18,163.00.....i traded in a 2012 elantra that was built at the ulsan plant and the 2013 elantra was built at the montgomery alabama plant and iv'e noticed that the quality seems to be a bit better with the alabama plant made elantra.
#4310 of 4422 I got a great deal in East Bay, CA
Aug 20, 2012 (12:14 pm)
First let me thanks everyone here for the inputs and information. Someone here post a good price for a deal in Bay Area, CA. Since I didn't get the response where the person got the deal I decided to write to every Hyundai in Bay Area (Sacramento, Modesto, Stockton, Dublin, San Jose, Tracy, etc) from the Hyundai Page. This is what I got and only the San Jose and Dublin offices were able to do it, the rest could not match it.
* 2013 Elantra GLS PZEV With Preferred package
* Carpeted Floor Mats
* Cargo Net
* Cargo Tray
* First Aid Kit
* iPod Cable
* Mud Guards
* Rear Bumper Protector
Price $17,025. OTD 18,663.
#4311 of 4422 trading 2012 elantra limited for 2013
Aug 20, 2012 (3:15 pm)
Well I got a MAIL offer from a local hyundai dealer to come in and trade my 2012 for a 2013. I have a 2012 red limited sedan with everything. 24k car. I have had it for 9 months now. 3200 miles now on it. Now this offer says up to 4k off msrp. 2500 added to fair market trade in value. Now for the fun part. I will be haggling in the am and expect no deal. Here is my ammo. Since I will be dealing on a fully loaded 2013 limited they must give me the 4k off msrp since what possible reason could there be for reducing the 4k since I am negotiating on the most expensive elantra. So given they will add destination charges and whatever, they can't get over 21k msrp with the 4k off. Now as far as the trade in price they use the term "fair market value". The way I see it the trade in value they gave the car in their program was 15200 at 2 years old with 30k miles. Now with my car being 9 months old and 3200 miles I feel 17500 would be a fair market value and I don't think that is a bad price. I have one of the very few red limited elantra' s. Add the 2500 in the offer and you get 20k, which yes is 2500 dollars too high but that is what the offer states. 2500 over fair market value. Well you can see where this is going. Hand them a grand, and walk out with a 2013. Now I am also going to look at the coup but that car is 800 bucks cheaper. Just not sure how that clown smiley face front end looks in person. I have not seen one yet. That would mean a virtual swap. To make their job harder I owe 11k on the 2012. I will finance 11k on the 2013 only. Any difference and I will pay in cash. So fuzzy math will not be in play. I will post what happens. I have my rules set as follows. If the offer entails me handing over 1k or less they can bring out the papers. Anything over that and I will have to get back to them. Anything over 2.5k and it is a immediate turn down. Between 1k and 2.5k I will have to think about it because I am treating this whole thing as a fairy tale I am not thinking it out any further. Plus they don't have a car in inventory I would take. I have found several cars in the area although that I would consider if this is real. I will let you know what happens.