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Hyundai Genesis, Hyundai Genesis Coupe, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
#314 of 379 Great Buying experience, Prime Hyundai, Maine
Sep 20, 2011 (9:07 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 379 Re: My great surprise: A stellar buying experience [happycamry]
Sep 24, 2011 (7:02 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 379 Re: Dealer prices car with two prices, what's the reality? [jordfid]
Oct 04, 2011 (8:41 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 379 Re: Dealer prices car with two prices, what's the reality? [sandigenesis]
Oct 05, 2011 (6:30 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 379 Bluetooth option?
Oct 06, 2011 (8:11 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 379 Re: Dealer prices car with two prices, what's the reality? [intrepidspirit]
Oct 06, 2011 (8:34 am)
Was your price($34,015) on a 2011 or a 2012? Did it include transportation but exclude TT&L? Thanks.
#320 of 379 $3,000 Hyundai Incentives on 2012 Genesis?
Oct 26, 2011 (5:43 am)
Can anyone verify if Hyundai combined Incentives is use for the 2012 Genesis sedans ($1,500 for Loyal Incentive & $1,500 for Competitive Incentive) a total of $3,000? Did anyone recently purchase/finance a 2012 Hyundai Genesis sedan buying experience and received these combined incentives. If so, was this one time promotion like the end of month-sale, club-membership or employee-discount. I may be window shopping next month to purchase a new car at the end of 2011 year. I see Gen-Owners purchased prices online or at dealerships for 2012 Genesis sedan 3.8L, V6 Tech-pkg at $35k, 2012 Gen 4.6L, V8 purchased at $38k & 2012 Gen 5.0L, R-spec for $41k maybe this $3,000 incentive is combined for 2012? Congrats to New Genesis Owners & Happy Driving VereGen
#321 of 379 Prices Paid. Buying and Leasing Experiences.
Nov 22, 2011 (7:31 am)
I just purchased a '12 Genesis with Premium Pkg, Wheel Locks and 3 dealer installed options (theft protection $249.99, Genesis Rear Emblem $299.00 and Perma Plate $399.99). Total MSRP = $40,848.98. Bought the vehicle from Team Hyundai - Mall of Georgia (Atlanta area). I test drove the car then negotiated everything over the phone 2 days later. I ended up paying $34,000 plus TTL and Doc Fee of $750. There first offer to me was 35,400. I countered at $33. Then they came down to $34,750 and we finally agreed to $34K. When I got to the dealer, they conveniently "forgot" that this vehicle had the Theft Protection and Perma Plate Options installed and wanted me to pay and additional $650 for these options. I told them, "No, I will leave right now if your going back on our deal". After a sob story about how they forgot about the options and how I am getting an AWESOME deal, they said, as long as I am satisfied (aka, please give us good reviews on the Hyundai survey), they will sell it to me for $34,000K. I love the car and I still don't trust Auto Dealers. I probably could have gotten a little better deal, but overall $6850 off of MSRP is not bad. Hope this helps!
#322 of 379 Re: Prices Paid. Buying and Leasing Experiences. [packwins09]
Nov 22, 2011 (12:01 pm)
PackWins, Yes you got an awesome deal off of sticker as you stated! Did you get any Hyundai-Incentives on your 2012 Genesis-Prem pkg? Since your discount was (-$6,850) & you also received the forgotten options by dealer theft-protection (-$250), Genesis-emblem (-$300) & Perma-plate (-$400) a total-savings of (-$7,800) for '12 Genesis-Prem V6 at co$t $34k. You did awesome. I'm not sure if you read my post#320 "$3,000 Hyundai-Incentives on 2012 Genesis? What other details from your new Genesis-sedan, do tell. Congrats & Happy Smooth Driving! VeraGen
#323 of 379 Re: Prices Paid. Buying and Leasing Experiences. [veragen]
Nov 22, 2011 (6:18 pm)
The only incentive I got was the $1500 Competitive Incentive. I did not do a good job of clarifying the price I paid. The MSRP was $$39,900 plus the additional dealer installed options at $950 for a total asking price of $40,850, My total savings off of asking price was $6850 (not $7800). The one learning I had was that they would not take a price serioiusly unless they were negotiating with me. They asked me twice to come into the dealership, but I kindly told them "no thanks, I already test drove the car and it is not necessary for me to come back unless ywe have a deal over the phone". I already reached out to a few othere Hyundai dealers so he knew I was going to buy a car from someone.