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Hyundai Azera, Sedan
#7 of 44 Residuals
Mar 07, 2006 (6:10 am)
Hyundai is not offering any special residual values. They come dire=ct from ALG. This is unlike what the domestics do when they want to offer a low lease payment. They inflate residuals to get there. HMFC is offering low money factors.
#8 of 44 problem with the Azera lease
May 16, 2006 (8:13 am)
THe reason most dealers hesitate to do the national lease is because it's based off net pricing. Meaning, to the dealer there's no profit margin. Not to mention, in more than 50% of the states the Limited is still bringing full MSRP. Then it becomes a business decision to lose money, or make money. I work for a Hyundai dealer. It's unfortunate some of you have had such unsavory experiences. I don't believe most dealers were preparred to deal with a premium sedan buyer. I also sell Cady's, so I knew before hand what is expected. My suggestion is to most definately get an Azera, but go to a multi point dealerhsip with at least one established luxury brand. BTW, I have seen more than my share of CTS and STS buyers switch themselves to the Azera and be thrilled to no end.
Jul 07, 2006 (7:57 am)
IS THE MILEAGE TRUE TO PRINT OR IS IT LESS? THINKING OF GETTING THE LIMITED
#10 of 44 Re: Hyundai Azera: Lease Questions [pat]
Jul 07, 2006 (7:59 am)
how is the gas for this car??? hearing different things
want the azera limited
#11 of 44 Re: Hyundai Azera: Lease Questions [andreachaim]
Jul 10, 2006 (10:11 am)
After one week of ownership, i'm getting 22mpg. Not that great. But not horrible either.
I'm so happy with my Azera that mpg isn't an issue for me.
Look at the big picture.....mpg is only part of the big picture.
#12 of 44 Re: Hyundai Azera: Lease Questions [andreachaim]
Jul 11, 2006 (1:55 am)
Welcome andrea. This particular discussion is more for consumers to ask questions about leasing the Hyundai Azera. You will have better luck finding information on things like its gas mileage in the following discussion: "Hyundai Azera 2006+".
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#13 of 44 2006 Azera limited lease
Aug 10, 2006 (5:27 am)
what's the latest with the lease specials? any out there?
what would be the details for a 2006 azera limited, 24 months ?
I have not seen one azera on the road in the NY metro area, there has to be a fire sale soon...dealers need space for the 2007 models.....
#14 of 44 Hyundai USA will have to sweeten the Azera lease
Aug 10, 2006 (10:14 am)
I visited a local,large volume Hyundai today:aug 10 in the
nassau county NY area_western Nassau bordering on the Queens
New York city line.
I walked around through the lot(i wasn,t spotted).I counted
seven dust covered plastic shielded Azeras.
If Hyundai intends to move their slow selling Azera they
will have to do some "creative lease"deals.
Potential buyers at this point don't want to buy into
a situation which could lock them into 50%or more depreciation hit unless they can turn the car back to
hyundai if the car does not measure up to the hype!
hyundai the next move is up to you!
#15 of 44 Go to the Hyundai Incentives for Latest Lease Specials
Aug 11, 2006 (1:14 pm)
HERE IS THE EDMUNDS' LEASE WRITE-UP FOR THE AZERA IN THE PHILADELPHIA, PA AREA:
Start: 08/01/2006 End: 08/31/2006 $258.71 Monthly Payment Calculate Other Monthly Payments
36 Month Term
$1999 Down Payment
$0 Security Deposit
12000 Annual Mileage
Restrictions Lease is based on the 2006 Azera SE with $3000 Customer lease cash.
Comments $2,257.71 is due at signing. Dealer participation may vary. Incentives and Rebates are provided subject to the terms of our Visitor Agreement. Tax, tags and insurance are extra.
Aug 16, 2006 (8:07 am)
I leased an Azera Limted with Ultima package as of July 24th. List price at $30K, net at $25,200 after all dealer and factory discounts. Leaed for 36 months/12,000 miles per year. Lease rate at $425 per month plus sales tax. Down Payment was $1,200 which included the first month rental and plates and taxes. The dealer netted about $600 from this.
The Hyundai lease shows their office operation sucks as they did not bill after the first month. Their excuse they out source to someone for the billing/collections. Did get the second month billing o-k.
I am a former Infinit and Lexus user over many, many years. This vehcile, with all thr frills is really almostequal to a 2007 Lexus ES with a price differential of $37,000 to the $25,200 for the Azera. The residual at the end of 36 months is $12,500.
Hyundai has missed the boat. They have great advertising, classy and superior to virtually any brand. Their dealer ship operations simply do not have the experience or ambience to sell this superior vehicle. I visted four different dealers and found only one sales person who even knew the car's features.
I'm sure they wil learn but when you want to sell a class act you have to set the stage.
I have only about 1,000 miles on the car. It rides great, peppy and smooth and quiet. There isn't a car on the road that can provide the combination of luxury at this astounding low price.