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#1 of 8898 Here's my deal
Aug 28, 2001 (11:42 am)
'00 Silver GLS w/auto and pkg. 13. Also equipped with Mats, Guards, Cargo Net and Deflector.
Paid $18685 w/$1000 Loyalty rebate and elected for 4.9%/60...$336/mo.
Just didn't want to pay $530+ a mo. with the 0.9%/36 but now wish I had. The '02's are just too darn tempting. 'Guess I wasn't thinking'.
Anyway, the deal was rated a 5 (1-5) by Edmunds so I don't feel bad.
The dealer was Fitzgerald Automall in Gaithersburg, Md., a no dicker sticker kind of shop where they shoot for Edmunds TMV. Mine was under.
#2 of 8898 2002 sonata lx
Sep 05, 2001 (1:58 pm)
Slate gray with black leather, nothing else ( not even mats ) I paid 18,400 (includes shipmeant charge). The total with TTR etc. was approx 19,750.
#3 of 8898 2001 GLS with MoonRoof/Auto/Mats
Sep 06, 2001 (3:27 pm)
Paid $16,112 which included Tax, Title and License. Sticker was $19,442.
Have seen new 2001 GLS with auto for $13,799 to $13,999.
What have they been discounting the 2002's?
#4 of 8898 2002 LX Auto/Moonroof /Traction/ABS/Matts
Sep 18, 2001 (8:30 pm)
Slate grey with black leather bought it a week ago sticker $20,569 was looking for 1,500 off paid $19,069
#5 of 8898 2002 Sonata
Sep 23, 2001 (12:34 pm)
Just purchased a 2002 Sonata 4-cylinder automatic, charcoal gray metallic, with moonroof.
MSRP = $17,044 (including destination charge), our price was a flat $16k. This was the best price I could find on this package anywhere, after doing a _lot_ of hard shopping.
Edmunds says invoice on this package is $15,556 (not figuring in the 2% holdback), but two different dealers both indicated it was $15,990. In NY State we're required to get the California emissions pkg, which would account for only about $100 of the discrepancy -- who knows.
#6 of 8898 '01 Sonata w/pkg 13, mats,mud guards, deflector
Oct 03, 2001 (8:56 am)
I got mine at a dealer in Hampton, VA 16,990 + TTL
came to 18,000 out the door. No keyless entry though. Dealers locally in Fl were nowhere near that price; wanted to sell me GLS w/cloth and keyless entry only for 17,700. Oh, by the way, dealer in VA was no haggle. Actually called from Fl to get price quote, payed exactly what I was quoted when I got there. No hard sell, though did try to get me to bite on extended warranty. I guess I may have to drive back up there for Santa Fe when in the market.
#7 of 8898 2002 Sonata
Oct 09, 2001 (7:17 pm)
We just bought a new 4 cylinder automatic 2002 Sonata with moonroof,emissions,mudguards,and carpeted floor mats. The MSRP was $17,205. We paid $15,460.28 plus got $600 for trade in that was probably only worth about $400. We got 6.2 financing for 5 years. They definitely have some leeway on the financing and this was the lowest rate we could get. We feel we got a pretty good deal (at least we hope so). Hope this helps someone.
#8 of 8898 '02 Sonata
Oct 12, 2001 (5:29 am)
Got the '02 Sonata, 4cyl, Auto, Floor Mats, Moonroof, Mud Flaps. Paid $14,223 + Tax.. Destination and MV Fees were INCLUDED!
Plus I didn't pay for any of that vehicle etching BS.... (they wanted $200)- Never pay for vehicle etching... you can get a kit for under $10... anyway the dealer was excellent, I couln't believe he went below invoice!
He was fair with me, gave me exactly what KBB.com and I wanted for my trade, I was in and out of the dealer within 1 1/2 hrs. Plus he gave me my First and Second oil changes free. I have delt with some crappy dealers, but this place was pretty decent.
#9 of 8898 '02 Sonata LX
Oct 12, 2001 (7:31 pm)
V6, Leather Interior, Option 5, Sunroof, Wind Deflector, Floor Mats. Came up to 17,520 + tax, through Carsdirect. I pick it up tomorrow.
#10 of 8898 2002 Sonata
Oct 18, 2001 (6:12 am)
Hello everyone. Yesterday I got a 2002 Sonata 4cyl with only 2 miles on it. Luckily mine came with the floor mats! Sticker was $16665 got it for $13,995. Dealer was excellent! Drive over 25k miles per year so the 10yr/100k mile warranty will have me covered longer than any other price comparable Toyota, Honda or Nissan could. With gas, insurance and monthly payment I'll be saving over $400 a month as compared to the 2001 Chevy Tahoe I traded in. Excellent Mid-Size car!!!