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Hyundai Santa Fe, SUV
#2937 of 3004 My Santa Fe Sport 2013 2.4 FWD
Dec 27, 2012 (8:22 pm)
I just purchased a Santa Fe Sport 2013 2.4 FWD base no package for $22,000 OTD which includes 8% tax in Louisiana. MSRP was $25,625 so I probably got a $5600 discount. The usually discount for these vechicles are probably $6,000 depending on market. I don't care about invoices or how much they make off the sale and went into the dealer telling them i'll pay you this much. If they want to sell it, you got yourself a deal and i got a new Santa Fe. Good luck.
#2938 of 3004 Re: My Santa Fe Sport 2013 2.4 FWD [vly1]
Dec 28, 2012 (7:07 am)
That sounds like an amazing deal for the 2013 model ! Is it just a discount or does that include any incentives from the manufacturer ? (financing or 'valued owner' or 'competitive owner'). I'm thinking about the 2.0T FWD.
#2939 of 3004 Buying Santa Fe 2.0T Fully Loaded?
Dec 30, 2012 (6:07 pm)
Buying 2.0T FWD with Premium & Tech pkg. What would be a good price for end of year clearance?
Dec 30, 2012 (8:00 pm)
Went for a Santa Fe 2.0T FWD with Premium Leather Package, Mats, Cargo Net, Cargo Mat, Cargo Cover & Mud Guards. Black Ext and Grey Int.
SELL PRICE 28500
$322 + Tax
Paid out of pocket for Dealer Fee/ Tag and Title/ Extras like wear and tear warranty
Overall not a bad experience at the dealer.
#2941 of 3004 Didn't pull the trigger!
Jan 01, 2013 (7:36 am)
We wanted a 2.0T with Tech & Premium packages.
Our local dealer Hyundai Cherokee couldn't match another dealer. They were several hundred dollars different and wanted us to split the difference. They wouldn't give any other perks either that another dealer was offering. Then it took hours to complete the deal at which point we left!
I didn't think good dealers did business in this old fashion way anymore? (Wearing a buyer down by dragging out the process). Especially considering that I got an online quote from another dealer without haggle!
Sure the people at the dealership were nice, I wouldn't expect any less. But the whole process was drawn out, old fashioned and they certainly couldn't match any of the deals people have posted about getting on this forum!
May be I'm bias, but I don't think a fully loaded Santa Fe is worth $34-35k OTD.
We're still in the market for a new car so if there's a dealer out there who wants to make me an offer, I'm available!
#2942 of 3004 What am I missing?
Jan 01, 2013 (7:58 pm)
Happy New Year Carman,
I'm working on what feels like a good opportunity, but something just isn't adding up. Can you shed a little light on where the difference in monthly payments is coming from?
I used a website to calculate the basics of a lease on 2013 2.0T with Leather/Premium:
Negotiated price 28K
Lease factor .00148
Sales tx 9.25%
36 mos with 12k miles
Monthly payment = $336.97 includes tax
Dealer has roughly the same numbers with
$500 Walk off applied to
Lease fee $595
Doc fees of $80
Their payment came out to $337.64 + tax
Thanks for any insight.
Jan 15, 2013 (9:28 am)
2013 Santa Fe Sport
Transmission : Sport 2.4L 4-cyl. 6-Speed A/T with SHIFTRONIC FWD
Package : POPULAR EQUIPMENT PACKAGE FOR SPORT FWD
Exterior Color : Frost White Pearl
Interior Color : Gray
Additional: Carpeted floor mats, ECM w/HomeLink & compass, Mudguards
Invoice - 23492+700+250 = $ 24442
Paid $22500 +6.25 % MA Tax + Title $75 + Registration $90 = $24071.25
#2944 of 3004 Re: Bought in MA [jstrutts]
Jan 15, 2013 (10:22 am)
Am I missing something here?
According to Edmunds the invoice price is 23,492 + 865 for PEP + 845 for Destination + 380 for the options selected = 25,588 TOTAL. (MSRP 26,695)
You worked a good deal though, whatever the config. Thanks! and enjoy the car..
#2945 of 3004 Re: 2013 Santa Fe Sport - $1710 off MSRP- good deal? [mktg64]
Jan 16, 2013 (9:08 pm)
Great tips, but I'd like to comment on your tip #1 - buying at the end of the month. Problem is, we looked around and supply was very low at the two dealerships we visited. It's either buy what they have (and supposedly get a better deal with their "hands-on" supply), make a dealer trade, or custom order one from the factory potentially waiting for months. When there's so much demand for a vehicle, end of the month doesn't mean too much.
#2946 of 3004 About to buy a fully loaded Sante Fe
Jan 17, 2013 (12:08 pm)
I recently moved to NJ from NY and I'm about to buy a 2013 Sante Fe Sport from a NY Dealer
2013 Sante Fe Sport 2.0T AWD
Leather and Technology package (I need a sun/moon roof)
White color with black interior (dealer searching for inventory)
Got them down to $33,681
Total cost with 7% NJ sales tax: $36,526.17
I have no trade in.
I drive 70 miles per day round trip for work, so leasing would only be an option if I were to buy over
Financing: Hyundai 4.9% APR for either 60months or 72 months
AAA via US Alliance Credit Union is 2.75% APR for 60 months =
36,526.71 - 10,000 (down payment) = $473.71/month x 60 month with AAA
Leasing would be $3000 down payment giving $395/month x 36 months. Residual would be $21,166.25 at the end of the lease for buy over.