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#419 of 428 Re: 2013 Genesis 5.0 R-Spec price question [ncsu4]
Nov 08, 2013 (10:22 am)
There is 3500 in incentives/ rebates on the 2013 genesis
Dealer cash................... 2000
financing thru hyundai is 1000
Make sure you have each dealer break down your deal then add these rebates to lower your offer.
You also have to figure that your buying a 1 year old vehicle. As of jan 1 2014 this car is considered a year old model.. If your genesis is stolen or totaled in a accident what is the depreciation value on a 1 yr old genesis??????? Your INS co. will deduct that value along with any deductables you have on car.. Bear that in mind when working on getting the lowest possible price..
post back pricing breakdown.
#420 of 428 Re: 2013 Genesis 5.0 R-Spec price question [ncsu4]
Nov 12, 2013 (3:55 pm)
ncsu4,.................... 2013 r- Spec pricing
How did you make out with pricing. I'm curious to know what kind of pricing you finally bought at.
I'm getting pricing here in N.Y at 39k with rebates incentives included plus taxes. MSRP is 48,075 Invoice is 44,518 w dest/ charge.
#421 of 428 Re: Brand new 2012 4.6 V8 [brian125]
Nov 14, 2013 (7:17 pm)
I've been offered an untitled "new" 2012 4.6 Genny for 31,000 + 200 document fee. I think I just may take it, even if it is a little bit high. Not sure...
I looked at the CarFax for the car just to see what info it may have. The car's manufacture date was 10/03/2011. That makes it 2 years, 1 month old. I am presuming that the 60 mos/60K mile comprehensive warranty would be something like 35/60K. I guess I can live with that; it's still better than most other $31K car manufacturer warranties. And I've still got 95 mos/100K on the powertrain.
Here's a way off-topic question for anyone: If I do buy a car that's been on their lot for 25 months, what would I do about the engine oil -- change immediately or let it break the motor in? Actually, I'm pretty unclear about all the fluids in the car...would Hyundai be able to deny me a warranty claim if I didn't immediately have all the maintenance performed for a 2-year old car. It would seem ridiculous, but I'm not sure. (I know that the brake fluid alone needs to be changed, per a recall.)
#422 of 428 Re: Brand new 2012 4.6 V8 [pbblimp]
Nov 15, 2013 (9:10 am)
Sounds like a question for the dealership. I would change the oil after 3k on that car being it sat for 2 yrs. I would think oil does not break down from sitting idle for 2 years but i'm no expert.
I'm looking to buy a 2013 R-SPEC Sedan for 38k or 38.5 plus taxes..
Did you get any pricing on the rspec while in dealerships.
#423 of 428 2013 R-SPEC 5.0 Sedan
Nov 17, 2013 (5:06 am)
I'm working on a great deal for a 2013 r-spec 5.0. I have a dealer willing to sell me this car for
38,300 Plus doc fee, and taxes. Not one dealer in NEW York or jersey has come close to this price. If i could pull this off it would be close to 20% off the MSRP of 48,000. Dealers have very limited stock left and most dealerships do not have the platinum metallic color which i like.
Has anyone come close to my numbers. There is one post for this car at 39.7 k plus taxes.
I going to try and buy it this week dont want to lose out on the one color i like.
keep you guys posted
#424 of 428 Re: 2013 R-SPEC 5.0 Sedan [brian125]
Nov 17, 2013 (5:17 am)
To answer that we'd need to know the "doc fees" (aka additional dealer profit, I gather? Or are those just legally required state fees, in which case, don't include them in your posts, as you didn't...)
#425 of 428 Re: 2013 R-SPEC 5.0 Sedan [dclive]
Nov 17, 2013 (10:17 am)
NY is capped at 75. I just recieved a dealer match in new jersey but his doc's are 399.
#426 of 428 Re: 2013 R-SPEC 5.0 Sedan [brian125]
Nov 18, 2013 (2:44 pm)
Here is my best deal and breakdown on a 2013 r-spec 5.0 sedan Genesis
below invoice .....................-3223
Total pre tax and doc fee..... $38,392.
If i buy the black or white in New York... doc's are 75
if i buy either gray color Genesis in NJ.. doc's are 399
Use my numbers as a buying guide for the R-spec. I'M 100% sure this is rock bottom pricing for NOV.
Hope my legwork can help you guys.
#427 of 428 $38-39K for R-Spec is realistic
Nov 25, 2013 (8:10 am)
I picked up a 2013 R-Spec for $39.7K + TT&L a couple of months back. It's not surprising that folks are seeing them $1-2K lower than that now that the 2014s are actually en route.
#428 of 428 Re: $38-39K for R-Spec is realistic [scwells72]
Nov 25, 2013 (3:39 pm)
I seen pictures of the 2015. I dont care for the front grille. I'm sure with the upgrades to the trans and tech features it will be a better car. From what i'm hearing late spring the Genesis will be offered as a 2015 model. I go from Ny to Myrtle beach often so this car will be my new toy for a couple of years til i upgrade. So far my thoughts on the Rspec....... Quiet inside the cabin, rides nice, love the radio and is very fast.