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#450 of 508 KIA new incentive for Jan 2013?
Jan 03, 2013 (10:32 am)
Does anyone have access to information on what the new incentives for the Optima will be? The current deals end 1/7/13. I am only eligible for the $1000 lease incentive at this time. I don't qualify for the $2000 competitive cash, college grad or military so wondering if I should wait and see what comes out next. Sometimes new deals are worse, sometimes better... Thoughts? Currently the best deal I can find on the SXL is $31,537-$31,800. I am in SW FL.
Jan 12, 2013 (10:52 am)
bought this week a 2013 ex with premium. msrp 27350. paid 23712 and got 8500 for my 2007 saturn which is on the upper end of what it was worth. very happy with car and deal. now 2 of my 3 cars are kia. also have 2011 sorento ex v6 built the first week the georgia plant was open.(10/29/2009) that been a great car also.
#452 of 508 EX Premium and Tech Package
Jan 26, 2013 (4:48 pm)
Just bought a Titanium EX with Prem and Tech pkg OTD for $26377
Price $25829 - incentives + TTTL
Maryland taxes are 6% ouch...
Jan 30, 2013 (8:41 pm)
I purchased a Silver 2013 Kia Optima LX Auto (without convenience package) last weekend (Odometer: 15 miles).
Invoice: $21,175 (with destination fee)
Acc: $814 (Rear Bumper Applique, Cargo Mat, Cargo Net, Cargo Tray, Carpeted Floor Mats, Door Sill Applique, Auto-Dimming Mirror, iPOD Cable, Mud Guards, Wheel Locks)
Doc fee: $100
Student rebate: -$750
KMF rebate: -$500
Additional savings: -$1600
TOTAL after rebates and additional savings: $19,239 plus TTL.
I also had an offer for a White 2013 Optima LX Auto (without convenience package) last weekend (Odometer: 15 miles) for $18,790 plus TTL that had fewer accessories (Cargo Mat, Cargo Net, Carpeted Floor Mats, Door Sill Applique, iPOD Cable, Wheel Locks).
#454 of 508 Re: 2013 Optima EX with Premium Pkg & Technology Pkg [tseverson1]
Feb 07, 2013 (5:02 pm)
I bought EX with Premium and Technology- 29,100 MSRP paid $24,900
Plus VA sales tax, and $389 Processsing fee.
I also got a few hundred $ high on my trade than I anticipated. I got a few internet qoutes in advance, so negotiation only lasted 15 minutes. Easy and overall pretty happy
Feb 08, 2013 (8:06 pm)
Have driven a few new ones at work and what a sweet ride these are! Comfy seats, smooth ride and a nice dash...nicer than the Sonata truth be told, I like the look a bit better also. these were the LX models so the EX must really rock! Since these were rental units, they were base LX's but did have Sirius/XM which is very cool. A lot of the rental units that we move have SAT radio which makes longer treks a real pleasure especially when driving across southern Florida from Lauderdale to Ft. Myers/Tampa...go between the '60's, '70's and '80's channels and am a happy camper...especially love the cars with the controls on the steering wheel, a much safer way to go between channels.
Got to give Kia/Hyundai a round of applause...they are finally building cars that folks really want to buy and the excellent warranty is just the icing on the cake!
#456 of 508 Kia Optima EX - purchasing
Feb 23, 2013 (7:12 pm)
Good night all, I am currently looking into purchasing a Kia Optima EX maybe standard. I didn't know what would be a good purchasing price. I went to one dealership and was quoted MSRP 24735.00
359/month * 72(6 years) at 2.9%
based on good credit. My credit is above 750. I had dealer check last year and they said it was above 800.
What do you think. I am willing to pay out of pocket whole thing, but not sure if I should look for a better price. Thanks for any help.
#457 of 508 Re: Kia Optima EX - purchasing [twinnii]
Feb 23, 2013 (8:10 pm)
1. 2000 off msrp is easy for the Optima; much competition in that segment
2. with your good credit, join penfed (PFCU) for $15 and get a 1.49% apr loan
#458 of 508 Re: Kia Optima EX - purchasing [twinnii]
Feb 24, 2013 (6:07 am)
Be careful what you pay---either leasing or outright purchase. There is no resale value with the Optima. NONE at all. With that said----the car is beautiful and rides well. But KIA is giving these cars away. That's a really good thing for you because your buying and you should be able to get a terrific deal. Don't let they dealer sway you into thinking invoice or below is not possible ---because it is---Again the big downside of this whole thing is the trade in or resale value. They will give you nothing close to the value---reason----the low selling price of the new models. It's cheaper to get a new one than buy used.So---as the song say's "Be happy". Bottom line--- don't pay anything even close to invoice. Pay below. They will take the deal. Then you have a fighting chance when trade in time comes around. Take it from someone that knows---I'm stuck for another two years on a car I want to unload in the worse way. My Optima is a loaded hybrid that is real crap--2011-- seats are as hard as a bleacher if not harder and 19 mpg in the winter. The car bucks and stammers until 30 mph. Horrible hybrid car ---then add those terrible seats---- well--- you get the idea.
#459 of 508 Re: Kia Optima EX - purchasing [twinnii]
Feb 24, 2013 (12:15 pm)
You should be able to get $4,000 ($2K competitive and $2K loyalty) in rebates. If you have the money then opt for the 36 month 0.9% APR financing. With ZERO down your car should cost $20,735 then add your state sales tax then add your license fee for your state. Start your negotiation from there for the Out the Door price. Remember if you just name the price of the car, they will add their Dealer, Stock, Prep, etc, fees that are there just to give them more profit. Ask what the license fee is and the sales tax rate. You can add those to the $20,735. Also 2.9% financing is not great in these times. Credit score is almost not important right now. These dealers want to sell cars and half the US has poor credit due to the housing market. I received 1.9% for 60 months but the 36 month payment was just too steep for me to opt for the 0.9%.
Here are some rates for you to look at within your price all with ZERO down.
$22,000 OTD 36 mth 0.9%=$619.63; 60 mth 1.9%=$384.65
$23,000 OTD 36 mth 0.9%=$647.79; 60 mth 1.9%=$402.13
$24,000 OTD 36 mth 0.9%=$675.96; 60 mth 1.9%=$419.62
$22,000 OTD 72 mth 2.9%=$333.28
$23,000 OTD 72 mth 2.9%=$348.43
$24,000 OTD 72 mth 2.9%=$363.58
Be sure to look at your final monthly payment and multiply it out so you know what the total cost is you are paying for that car. The dealer makes money on the interest you pay too (if you use Kia Financing) They are just like a mortgage broker. But on the other hand you get a better deal on the car if you use Kia Financing. Just take advantage of the best rate and terms they have.