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Hyundai Entourage, Car Buying, Van
#99 of 176 Happy Customer of Hyundai
Jul 06, 2007 (1:04 pm)
Hello! I've been on the Honda forum this week because I wanted to buy a Honda Odyssey, but they would not accept our wonderful offer so Richmond Hyundai in IN accepted our offer for a 2007 Entourage SE - $22,000. I made the offer by telephone and then drove an hour to pick it up. The document fee was $299. The loan process fee was $120 (I didn't like that one because we are going to pay it off this month, but they took my offer so I can't complain). I am so satisfied with the quality van we bought and have been telling everyone to buy Hyundai.
#100 of 176 Entourage Limited w/Entertainment Package
Jul 09, 2007 (2:15 pm)
Just bought an Entourage Limited w/the Entertainment package, floor mats, and luggage rack crossbars
Vehicle Price $25,499 (after rebates)
Dealer fee $499
Total excl tax & tag $25,998
#101 of 176 Re: Happy Customer of Hyundai [godsgal]
Jul 12, 2007 (9:51 pm)
AAAAA...stop paying "fees" guys...just say No!!!
#102 of 176 Re: Hyundai Entourage: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [KarenS]
Jul 13, 2007 (9:48 am)
I bought an 2007 SE - Gold with beige leather - Ultimate Pkg (not other option to add on )- 28,300 - OTD $31,900
#103 of 176 MD/DC Limited w/Ultimate pkg Price
Aug 03, 2007 (7:00 am)
For those who are looking, we just bought a Red w/beige interior limited w/ultimate package in the MD suburbs for 27,939 (also has floor mats and cargo net). OTD was a few hundred under 30K. Took some work to get them to match a price I got emailed from a dealer in VA, but when I stood up to leave they decided they could "crunch the numbers" one more time. Shockingly they were able to match. They kept trying to tell me that the quote I got included the $500 "duh" rebate that is only good if you use Hyundai financing. But in my email to the VA dealer that I said was using credit union financing, and after pointing that out 3 or 4 times and trying to leave, they made it work.
#104 of 176 Re: Hyundai Entourage: Prices Paid & Buying Experience
Aug 25, 2007 (2:30 pm)
Just finalized a deal (will pick it up next week) for an Entourage Limited w/ultimate package (w/o the sunroof package) plus roof rack crossbars, carpeted floor mats, and cargo net at 27,400 (price w/rebates)+1,644 (tax)+98 (tags etc!!!) = 29,142 (OTD).
Any suggestions if we are getting good deal? Should we take it? Thanks in advance.
#105 of 176 Re: Hyundai Entourage: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [aspa]
Aug 27, 2007 (11:03 am)
I did not know they had an ultimate package without sunroof. They have just 3 trims in limited.
A good price for base limited would be $24.2 K, Limited with PE/PS (premium entertainment/power sunroof) package would be $26K and Ultimate package for $27.8K.
From what you describe, it might be limited with PE but without PS (power sunroof) package and a good price for that would be around $26,500 with the options you mentioned. It also depends on where you live and how competitive your dealer is. If it is with ultimate package, it is a fantastic deal but I am not sure how its missing a sunroof?
#106 of 176 Re: Hyundai Entourage: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [shaky4]
Aug 30, 2007 (2:01 am)
Thanks, I will check the sunroof issue but yes it is a limited w/o sunroof and all other ult. pckge options. This is a non-metro area and no other dealer within a 45 mile radius. So not that much competition except from other brands.
#107 of 176 2007 Limited with Ultimate Package
Aug 30, 2007 (5:54 am)
Just got a quote for $28152 OTD (plus TTL), that's with $3000 in rebates (2K rebate + 1K owner loyalty). Limited with Ultimate package plus floor mats.
This is in central Arkansas where one company has a monopoly on the Hyundai dealerships, so good deals are few and far between. I brought in a quote from Fitzmall for $27413, and this was as close as they could get. Getting it from Fitzmall would cost about $500 in travel fees, plus the hassle of traveling to get it.
What do you think?
#108 of 176 Re: 2007 Limited with Ultimate Package [aberwacky]
Aug 30, 2007 (9:18 am)
The deal I described above (27,939 plus TTL, OTD for 29,500 or so) was without the 1K loyalty rebate or the $500 rebate for using Hyundai's finance company. So what they're offering you is basically $1200 more than I got ($1700 if they figured in the $500 financing rebate). Also, for what it's worth, when I bought mine the Fitzmall prices were 28,300, so they've dropped a decent amount since then. I actually bought from Fitzmall and had to fight with them to get the 27,9 price without the $500 rebate - and then a week later they were offering that on their website (27413 plus 500). Good luck. We love the van for what it's worth.