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Hyundai Accent, Car Buying, Sedan
#74 of 94 Re: 2011 Hyundai Accent GS 3 door price paid [carfreak09]
Feb 02, 2011 (7:06 am)
My credit union can beat it by 1% and Capital One by .6%. In the end, he borrowed so little that the finance rate will not make much difference. Besides, most places I checked have a minimum amount to borrow even higher than Hyundai did...
He really loves the car, nice looking inside and out - a lot "richer" than the older cheap Hyundai cars , Really nice stereo with XM, MP3, aux and ipod / USB included for the money as well.
#75 of 94 2010 Accent 3-door GS Price Paid
Mar 01, 2011 (12:53 pm)
I just bought a new 2010 Accent 3-door GS, M/T with the premium equipment package and floormats for $8949. That's with a trade-in of $1080 (1997 Honda civic with 188k, cracked head and check engine light on) and $2000 in rebates. I was suprised at the nice stereo with XM, USB and iPod connections. I have 30 days to take care of the depressing job of paying taxes, etc.
I think it's a good deal and such a fun little car.
#76 of 94 Hyundai 1st time buyer financing - loophole?
Jun 06, 2011 (12:45 am)
Hi, I'm looking to buy a 2012 Accent GLS in a couple of days and qualify for several of the incentives offered on the hyundaiusa page. (Military & New Graduate).
I'm in particular interested in asking about the new graduate incentive (-400 off on top of a -500 military rebate and -500 loyal hyundai customer rebate)... BUT, a dealership i inquired with about this incentive they advised that i could only use it if i financed through them??
So I had two questions about this situation:
a. are they trying to hustle me by requiring that i finance through them?
and b. can i finance through them (for the first month) and then use the loan i've already approved for (60 mo 2.49 apr) and simply cash them out; effectively working around my having had to 'finance through them' ?
#77 of 94 got some numbers
Jun 07, 2011 (12:47 pm)
2012 Accent GLS is 15165.00 less 500.00 military discount, including New Mexico Tax, title and license fees equals 15365.63 drive out. NM sales tax (3%) ... (no cruise, no blue tooth, or steering wheel controls)
2012 Elantra, automatic, cruise control, (no steering wheel controls, no blue tooth). Price is 18335.00 less 500.00 military discount, including New Mexico tax, title and license fees equals 18654.63 drive out. NM sales tax (3%).
There is a $450 delivery fee to get either of these to me bringing my final totals to...
Accent = 15815.63 final
Elantra = 19104.63 final
I am ready to start the paperwork ... just wanted to get a roar of approval/disapproval from the forums whether or not I should jump on it.
#78 of 94 Re: Hyundai 1st time buyer financing - loophole? [goosenoose]
Jun 18, 2011 (9:30 pm)
I don't think they were jerking your leg about having to finance through Hyundai in order to get the extra rebate. And yes, you can refinance through your own bank. I believe you do have to make at least one payment first though.
#79 of 94 2012 Hyundai Accent SE Auto $17,900 otd
Dec 26, 2011 (6:53 pm)
Just bought a 2012 Hyundai Accent SE (5 door hatch) clearwater blue today from Hub Hyundai West in Houston,TX. Out the door price was $17,900. Selling price was $16,042.xx. The MSRP price on the car was $17,695.xx.
#80 of 94 Re: 2012 Hyundai Accent SE Auto $17,900 otd [maximize]
Dec 27, 2011 (4:42 am)
For the automatic SE?? Damn...they must really wanted to unload the car to make their end of year numbers.
I am waiting to hear today on a SE in Cyclone Gray with the Manual transmission. Unfortunatley since its in another city I have to pay MSRP for it to get it.
Congrats on the new car. How do you like it so far?
#81 of 94 Re: got some numbers [goosenoose]
Dec 27, 2011 (4:43 am)
I think I'd save the 3 grand and get the Accent. Seems like a good price overall though.
#82 of 94 Re: 2012 Hyundai Accent SE Auto $17,900 otd [drew11m]
Dec 28, 2011 (9:56 pm)
It's only been a couple of days.... So far, it's been great. Got a spare tire to put in the back...lose mpg, but gain peace of mind if I get a flat. Will update if something comes up.
Jan 18, 2012 (3:17 pm)
I bought my 2010 Accent a month and a half ago at the dealership I work for. It was bought for me from the auction as a favor, but I wasn't under any obligation to buy it if I didn't like it, it would have just gone on the lot to sell to someone else. Turns out I loved it, it had 25k miles on it and needed a starter and two new tires. I paid 10,889 for it. I am having so much fun with it...I'm only 23 and this is my first financed car. (Before I owned an old Ford and an old Jeep.) I had done some online research within my budget and had only found one other car that was new-ish and didn't have a million miles on it. I am lucky to have found my Accent and I intend on keeping it for at least five more years.