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#77 of 169 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring GLS AT with Popular Package
May 10, 2010 (6:31 pm)
I just received an OTD quote for the above car. The quote was 17,262.77. I find this almost impossible to believe. I have received 3 other OTD quotes for the same car and they are as follows,
17,555.00 OTD for a hail damaged car(hail storm here last month-other cars are clean).
Does the 17,262.77 quote seem to good to be true? I am afraid that when we sit down to negotiate they will be pulling all kinds of tricks out of their hat.
I live in the Chicago Metro area, any insight on this matter would be helpful.
#78 of 169 Re: 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring GLS AT with Popular Package [crowheart]
May 11, 2010 (8:00 am)
I payed $18,200 out the door for my ET GLS Auto with PP#2, Bluetooth, a cargo liner (tray) and floor mats. I don't think it was a great price, but it was what my buying service pre-negotiated. I later was offered a ET SE for the exact same price out the door. The dealer was desperate to move some cars. I agree; I don't know how some dealers are giving away their end of year holdback and then some. Your prices may not include freight, tax, tags, title, and paper processing fee. Make sure it does before venturing into the dealership.
#79 of 169 Re: 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring GLS AT with Popular Package [maxx4me]
May 15, 2010 (7:14 pm)
We bought the 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring GLS with the popular package today.
I thought we got a great price of 17,449.78 OTD. I am very happy about the deal and the car. I love the room and the safety features.
#80 of 169 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring SE 5spd
May 17, 2010 (5:17 pm)
To answer several questions above, I have owned an '02 GLS, '05 GT, and now a'10 HET SE with the 5spd. The first two were great cars, virtually trouble free. The ride of the '05 GT (with the oversize Tiburon GT rear stabilizer added. ) was an awsome little car. I would never call an Elantra "fast" but they can certainly be nimble and entertaining.
The SE with the larger wheels and low profile tires does ride a bit stiff. But the handling is amazing for "a little station wagon". One complaint I do have is the Kumho radials. Handle? You betcha. Road noise? oh yeah. those suckers are noisy.
Having owned both, the auto is adequate for acceleration, but not great. The 5spd ratios are great, and also gives a numerically higher final drive ratio. Much zippier. The shifter is first rate. Only issue here is that going into 1st above 10mph is stiff. That is also something you are not likely to do very often as the 2.0L pulls strong in 2nd from 10-15mph. Here again, not "fast", but pretty darn quick.
The "Black Pearl" is in the shop tonight and will be checked over in the morning by my local dealers "Platinum" technician. I have known the guy for years and he does know Hyundai. The issue is no throttle between idle and 2200rpm. When I dropped it off this evening the service manager wanted me to ride with a tech and "see if we can duplicate the problem". I told him no ride was needed, just trot out one of the techies and I will show him. The guy was skeptical until I started the car, motioned for him to have a seat in the drivers seat, and bring the engine up to 1500rpm. Try as he might, couldn't do it. Either 700rpm, or 2200rpm. Nothing in between. The guy tried a few things to check it out, then admitted he had never seen one do that. No check engine light, runs great, just no throttle coming off idle. First guess is a defective TPS, but they won't know until in the morning when they can put it on the computer and monitor what the computer is doing.
In the meantime, they brought around a brand new Elantra Sedan, handed me the keys, and said they would give me a call tomorrow. I'll let you know what they find.
BTW, the throttle on the loaner works perfect.
#81 of 169 Re: 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring SE 5spd [jlflemmons]
May 19, 2010 (5:49 pm)
Well, the factory rep joined with the guys at the dealer, and after spending some time with Pearl, a couple of other 5spds, and several automatics, the factory guy is turning it over to the engineering guys. None of the auto's have the dead spot in the throttle, but all of the manuals do. The computer sees the TPS changing, and everything seems to be working, but the computer is ignoring the first 15% or so of the throttle movement. It appears to be a bug in the software, and the service manager is going to work with the factory rep and see if a fix can be worked into the code. So, sum of all is that it isn't broken, but it isn't right, either.
#82 of 169 2010 Hyundai ET SE w/auto
Jun 01, 2010 (9:39 am)
Just purchased a 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring SE w/automatic, mats, tray liner and iPod cable
Sales price was around $17.1k
This is in central Va.
I used a buying service zag dot com so the price was pre-negotiated. I just walked in and signed the papers (already had financing in place).
This is probably the easiest buying experienced I have had.
#83 of 169 Re: 2010 Hyundai ET SE w/auto [markmark69]
Jun 01, 2010 (11:44 am)
That is a sweet deal! Does the SE have the sunroof? I got the auto GLS with popular pkg OTD for 17.4 For a bit more you got the wheels and the sunroof. I beleive our taxes are a bit higher than yours. 8% here....
#84 of 169 Re: 2010 Hyundai ET SE w/auto [crowheart]
Jun 02, 2010 (11:19 am)
Yes it has the sunroof, roof rails, 17in wheels, heated seats, etc. There were no packages available.
I've been very pleased with the car so far. The cargo capacity is surprising for the size of the car.
#85 of 169 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring GLS AT base model without popular package
Jun 08, 2010 (5:01 pm)
This was the lowest price I got near the town. It seemed that this model was very popular recently since most dealers told me that they had no GLS model in store and would locate one for me. I don't think it's a great price. It's my first time to buy a new car. Deal or no deal? Ask for help.
#86 of 169 Re: 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring GLS AT base model without popular package [maxche]
Jun 08, 2010 (6:28 pm)
Sounds like a good OTD price to me. Did you pay under 15,300 for the car before taxes, title, etc, etc with the 1000 incentive added? I have the same car as you I paid 17,449.78 OTD. I have the GLS auto with the Popular package though.