Last post on Mar 14, 2010 at 1:58 PM
You are in the Kia Spectra/Spectra5
What is this discussion about?
Kia Spectra, Fuel Efficiency (MPG), Hatchback, Wagon
#28 of 31 Re: Price Paid [bbb99]
Apr 20, 2009 (9:29 pm)
This will be an LX stick w/o air. Base model.
That's a good price, lowest I've seen them around here is about $10,000. Figure $1,000 for AC as a dealer-added option, you're still getting a new car for 9 grand. Hard to beat that deal.
These purchase price posts should go in the purchase price thread. There is one specifically for that topic.
#29 of 31 Re: Price Paid [bbb99]
Aug 28, 2009 (4:37 am)
This type of add is well know as bait & switch..Legally they have to have one BUT I can guarantee, U will never see it nor will they actually sell it..They need it to run the add..I would suggest that U not do business with this type of scum dealer. NOW to the actual topic of the thread.......Just bought a 07 with 44k on the clock. Paid 5K for the little squirt. Drove it 200 miles home at 70-80 MPH and it returned 35.6 MPG..YAHOOOOOO
#30 of 31 Long drive -- avg'd 35 MPG (09 Spectra EX)
Sep 01, 2009 (1:28 am)
Long drive -- averaged 35 MPG. As for city, maybe 30? Still haven't made a marker for short trips and calculated.
What a great little car: New '09 Spectra EX.
With Cash for Clunkers, we got it out the door (with an $8500 discount) for $10097, including taxes/fees.
Should've low balled the dealer -- car salesman said Kia doesn't do it, which I wasn't really buying.
Sticker price/MSRP was $17250 (plus $1100 taxes/fees) -- not sure why it ended up as $10097, but we'll take it.
If you're curious about our discount, it was $3500 factory offer, $4500 clunker and $500 credit union membership.
Mar 14, 2010 (1:58 pm)
July 09 .. I bought an 07 Spectra with 42000 miles on it, from Reno Kia for a total "out-the-door" price of $7000 with $500 trade-in.. and it came with a year warranty, plus I bought a three year extended warranty.
it was originally an Enterprise Rental car that dealers bid and buy in groups of 10 or 20 vehicles and then have big "Blow Out" sales to attract customers into their dealerships.
So Far - So Good... no problems and am totally satisfied with the car and price I paid.