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#58 of 94 2010 Accent 3 DR HatchBack Automatic, Lancaster PA
Sep 18, 2010 (6:53 pm)
Bought a 2010 Hyundai Accent (3 DR Hatchback with Automatic Transmission) for $10300 OTD. It includes everything (Title, PA Tax & Registration). I had to use Hyundai Finance and ALL other rebates to get this price. My out of pocket expenses were $10300.
I have put 1400 Miles on it, the car runs great. Spent another $150 and got stereo installed from local store. The Hands Free telephone, Blue Tooth Music (IPOD, SMART PHONE), Tuner and CD Player run great with preinstalled Hyundai 4 speaker system.
#59 of 94 2010 Accent GS auto with premium pack
Oct 13, 2010 (12:08 pm)
Holler Hyundai in Winter Park, Florida sold me this car for $13888, plus $599 dealer processing fee before taxes were added and rebates subtracted with no haggling. This price was about $400 below invoice with the dealer fee added. OTD cost was $13862 after $2000 rebate. I was very impressed with this dealer advertising such a low price right from the start with no gimmicks about down payment or military or college grad rebates. Could I have gotten a better deal? Maybe, but why go through the stress and hassle of haggling if you get a good deal up front?
#60 of 94 Re: 2010 Accent 3 DR HatchBack Automatic, Lancaster PA [tarunkalra1]
Dec 30, 2010 (10:48 pm)
So including tax and title this was the price? So what was the price before tax and tag. I need to ask dealer for this price since tax and tag differ across states. Also was there any special incentives..
Dec 31, 2010 (8:57 am)
When does this new model debut? It looks like a mini Elantra, which is a good thing. Just saw a new Elantra in our preferred color over by the Hyundai shop & I was blown away. Just hope the rear vision is good & not compromised due to the sloping C pillar. This, or the new Accent will most likely take the place of the wife's Mazda 3s within the next year and a 1/2. Mazda won't step up to the plate on our current problem...we found a TSB for our particular problem but they said..."too bad". Seriously doubt she'll consider another 3...don't want the same car for 7 more years personally, that would be a total of almost 13 years!!
#62 of 94 12/31/2010 Accent SE Price Paid
Jan 02, 2011 (10:08 am)
I just paid $14,600 ($13,708 without tax, tag, and documentation fees) out the door at Lee Hyundai in Fayetteville, NC for a Nordic White five-speed 2010 Accent SE three door. I handled the whole thing over the internet and the dealership was great. They beat every other dealer I talked to on their first offer.
#63 of 94 Re: 12/31/2010 Accent SE Price Paid [compactcar]
Jan 03, 2011 (7:13 am)
Correction. The pre-tax, tag, and doc fee price was $13,662.
#64 of 94 Re: 12/31/2010 Accent SE Price Paid [compactcar]
Jan 05, 2011 (12:47 am)
Excellent deal!! Well below invoice. Wait, did that include any rebates? You got your better equipped SE for less than my GS. I'm a little jealous We both have Nordic White too! Congrats and welcome to the Accent fold. You might want to check out http://www.hyundai-forums.com There is a wealth of info there.
#65 of 94 Re: 12/31/2010 Accent SE Price Paid [carfreak09]
Jan 05, 2011 (6:18 am)
Yep! That price included 2k in rebates.
As humble as it is, I really love this car. My daily driver has been a 1981 Volvo 242 DL, so you can probably imagine the difference in handling, acceleration, silence, convenience features, and every other factor affecting the driving experience.
I love the short throw shifter and sporty suspension. I can't wait until I've broken it in a bit so I can start revving it out a little more. It feels quite zippy, even though it's not a fast car.
My only complaint is that a squeak developed after I dropped the rear seat to move our Christmas tree back into storage. I think you may have spoken to this issue in another forum, but it isn't my cargo cover hinge. I removed it completely to verify that it wasn't causing the squeak. I guess I'm going to make a trip to the local dealer to get it sorted out.
All-in-all, I love this car. The Yaris just bored me to tears at a higher price for fewer comforts. The Mazda2 was my other choice, but it was much smaller, less utilitarian, and much more expensive.
#66 of 94 Re: 12/31/2010 Accent SE Price Paid [compactcar]
Jan 05, 2011 (12:53 pm)
Oh ok, than you actually paid about $800 more for your SE than my GS premium. But for the amount of stuff your car has over mine, that was well worth the little bit of change. Does your car have a standard sunroof?
As for the squeak, it's most likely the seatback not latching tight enough or the hatch itself is slightly loose. A little grease on the seatback hinge may silence it.
#67 of 94 Re: 12/31/2010 Accent SE Price Paid [carfreak09]
Jan 05, 2011 (5:06 pm)
Yep, it has the sunroof. That was the kicker for me over the Mazda2. That and the fact that I couldn't even sit up straight in the back seat of my own potential car, LOL.
With your suggestion (thanks!), I isolated the squeak to some portion of the seat hinges or latches. With the seats folded flat, the squeak goes away. I guess I just need to get a little grease into the latch and hinges.