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#10 of 41 2010 KIA Sportage 2WD 4dr V6 Auto EX
Aug 11, 2010 (8:39 am)
Got a quote of $17,964 before dealer fees and tax. Is this a good price?
This Dealer's Documentation Fee is $249
#11 of 41 lease on a 2011
Aug 31, 2010 (1:50 pm)
Any info on the 2011 Sportage lease deals. Specifically, the residual and money factor on 36m, 15k/yr lease on an EX model? Thanks!
#12 of 41 2011 Sportage LX AWD
Nov 04, 2010 (10:47 am)
Anyone know the November money factor and residual for a '11 LX AWD for 36 months and 15k miles?
#13 of 41 Re: 2011 Sportage LX AWD [kiltman]
Nov 04, 2010 (10:48 am)
Sorry, EX model
#14 of 41 Sportage LX AWD
Apr 17, 2011 (3:44 pm)
This forum has been pretty dead recently, but does anyone have any recent experience in purchasing a 2011 Sportage LX AWD. I'm looking for pricing information on said model with convenience package in the CT area. Thanks!
Jun 11, 2011 (5:38 pm)
Local dealership is claiming on the radio to offer a 5K incentive towards the purchase of a new Kia, with ANY trade-in.
Has anyone else heard of a similar deal in their area? I've emailed for more data, but this incentive is enough to drive me (no pun intended) towards a new Sportage EX that I might not have gotten otherwise. 20-22K is a lot more affordable than 28K.
#17 of 41 Re: 5K Incentive? [datacomguy]
Jun 14, 2011 (10:23 am)
May I ask where is this deal and which dealer? Sounds really good.
#18 of 41 Purchasing a new Kia Sportage - Trade or Sell the trade?
Aug 05, 2011 (8:24 am)
I currently own a vehicle which CarMax has offered $28000 to purchase it from me. I am planning on purchasing a Kia Sport and took the vehicle for a trade-in appraisal, which turned out to be $27,300. In Ohio, if you trade a car, then the value of the trade is deducted from the amount to which sales tax is applied. In this case, by trading, I would escape around $1850.
It has always been said that it is preferable to do an"all cash deal v. a trade. On the face of it (without consideration of the sales tax), the trade-in approach is $700 inferior to selling my trade to CarMax. However, is sales tax six considered, then the advantage "appears" to be $1150 in the direction of the trade.
After reading many posts in this forum and the thread regarding leases, I am seeing individuals with purchase amounts that are $2000-$4000 below MSRP (with no trade). That being the case, then it appears as if the appropriate way to proceed is biased toward not trading and instead negotiating an all cash deal.
I am wondering what the more experienced members on this board think of this. Which way would you proceed. Also, I cam considering the potential of purchasing a 2011 model rather than a 2012 if I can expect a deal on an '11 to be a 10% or greater reduction in price v. a '12. I appreciate some general guidance on this as well.