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Hyundai Genesis, Hyundai Genesis Coupe, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
Jun 18, 2011 (10:17 pm)
Just purchased a 2012 Genesis this evening priced as follows:
Sales price. 31,794
Competitive rebate. 1,500
Net price. 30,294
Purchase from Glendora Hyundai in Glendora CA
Tried to get a 2011 which they quoted me 28,724, but they did not have a color we liked. They made the above offer on 2012 instead.
I utilized the ZAG AMEX quote and they were the lowest on the 2011 and substantially lower than anyone else on the 2012.
The sales process and professionalism of Pierce, Vince and the entire staff was unusually fantastic.
#311 of 428 Re: 2012 Genesis [rambler16]
Aug 20, 2011 (8:09 pm)
I visited Glendora Hyundai and ended up buying a 2012 Genesis with premium package from Win Hyundai in La Puente. The deal was as follows:
Purchse Price 34,015 (includes 1,500 rebate).
People were good to work with with no haggles. Price offered was approved price. Glendora personnel could not authorize price but wanted to try to match Win price by presenting to manager. There was no point in having them do so as I already had the price.
#312 of 428 Re: 2012 Genesis [intrepidspirit]
Aug 30, 2011 (6:39 pm)
Aah, California. Best I could do in Georgia was $35,700 for same but they gave me $29k for my 2009 MB E350 with 46k miles so I dont feel cheated. Love the Genesis, regular gas, warranty etc.
#313 of 428 My great surprise: A stellar buying experience
Sep 20, 2011 (3:28 pm)
I pulled the trigger this week and ended up very happy with 2012 3.8 with premium in white pearl and saddle for $34,410 plus TTL.
I'd like to thank the folks here for terrific buying insights that allowed me both a great price to target, and which dealer to be less likely to play games.
Several others here in Florida recommended FitzMall in Clearwater for great pricing and a clean deal, especially compared with sneaky dealings of some other Florida dealers. We drove a ways to pick it up Saturday, and, oh man, what a thoroughly pleasant and hassle free experience it actually was!
Fitzgerald has very good internet pricing at their site to start with but with the Hyundai Circle pricing or zag.com pricing, they truly deliver. You'll save another $400 or so over zag.com if you can qualify for Circle pricing, which currently has another $250 incentive plus the $1,500 competitive model rebate.
Gary is their new internet sales manager and I have to say I would have driven a full day to repeat this buying experience--by far the best in my many years of rough, tumble and sometimes bruising experiences negotiating to buy a car.
I have no connection with this dealer and could have chosen several others closer to me. Man, was it worth the drive.
#314 of 428 Great Buying experience, Prime Hyundai, Maine
Sep 20, 2011 (8:07 pm)
Got a great deal, and more important, great and easy treatment by Justin and Mel at Prime Hyundai in Saco, Maine, for my Genesis Coupe 3.8 GT, 2010...
Talk about go the extra mile, literally and figuratively!
After spending several months researching and shopping for a car, seeing the good, the bad, and the ugly they are better than good!
I traveled out of state for the car and would do it with them again!
#315 of 428 Re: My great surprise: A stellar buying experience [happycamry]
Sep 24, 2011 (6:02 pm)
I have to agree. I am from PA and had a similarly pleasant experience with Mike Coady at Fitzgerald Hyundai in Bethesda, MD. I knew I was going to be in Bethesda for business. All done via email. Drove in with a check and had paperwork complete in 15 minutes. Mike was very helpful and their price was better than anything near me. However, price was not the reason I purchased there. They had a large selection and got me the twilight blue which was largely unavailable in the tri-state region. I wish they were in PA.
#316 of 428 Re: Dealer prices car with two prices, what's the reality? [jordfid]
Oct 04, 2011 (7:41 am)
I think the reason they force or suggests to have their financing is because they get incentive from bank. I see US Genesis price is pretty reasonable, compared to the price in south Korea (at least 10K cheaper).
Just compare the financing rate and conditions and if it is same, I don't think it is a bad idea.
#317 of 428 Re: Dealer prices car with two prices, what's the reality? [sandigenesis]
Oct 05, 2011 (5:30 pm)
My price ($34,015 with premium) was established before we ever discussed financing. I was free to do what I wanted and chose 100% financing .9% for 5 years. A no brainer....
#318 of 428 Bluetooth option?
Oct 06, 2011 (7:11 am)
From the Hyundai website, it looks like you have to get both the Premium package as well as the Technology package to get Bluetooth. Is there an option to get bluetooth without paying the extra $8K? Thanks
#319 of 428 Re: Dealer prices car with two prices, what's the reality? [intrepidspirit]
Oct 06, 2011 (7:34 am)
Was your price($34,015) on a 2011 or a 2012? Did it include transportation but exclude TT&L? Thanks.