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post #211 of 216 (permalink) Old 04-19-2017, 03:03 PM
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2017 Kia Sportage EX AWD w/ Premium & Technology packages and mud guards, carpet floor mats, & cargo cover (Hyper red ext/Gray leather int)
3 year / 36,000 miles
MSRP $33,225
Sale price $30,425
Adjusted CAP cost $28,741.32
MF .00129
Residual $21,596.25
Down pay $2,000
Trade-in $500 (2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4WD w/ 235,000 miles and not much life left)
Monthly $281.78

So after 36 months, you will have spent $12,644.08 and will have to pay an additional $21,596.25 to keep it (totals $34,240.33). I just don't get why people lease.
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2016 Tucson Sport 1.6T 7A Caribbean Blue. Hitch, tint, mudguards, homelink, cargo cover, LED back up and tag lights, power pass seat lumbar installed, LED fogs, aftermarket crossbars for the roof.
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post #212 of 216 (permalink) Old 04-21-2017, 07:13 AM
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2017 Tucson 1.6 Turbo Limited
+ Remote Starter
+ Winter Tire Package with winter rims
+ Front windows tinted
+Paint Pen
Traded in my Elantra ($2950)


With everything in with taxes and subtracted my trade I paid a total of $40,000.00
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I got one yesterday. Paid $27,554 for a Limited FWD with Ultimate package, roof rack, cargo net.

Make sure you use True Car and get as many of the incentives you can. You can sign up for Uber for free and don't even have to ever drive for them but still get $1000 off by printing your profile page. Things like Boost Up also helps.
Is this price OTD?
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post #214 of 216 (permalink) Old 05-08-2017, 02:01 PM
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I paid $28,900 OTD (which includes 3% NC sales tax) for:

2017 1.6L AWD Limited (non-ultimate package) with a few dealer extras that I didn't necessarily want, but with all the rebates I got they wouldn't take them off. Overpriced first aid kit, cargo net, carpeted floor mats and reversible truck liner. Also has the roof rack cross rails, which will come in handy actually.

I went in looking for the same color I got, but without AWD. They had just sold that one, so I looked at the AWD. I'm glad I got the AWD now. Of course, it'll come in handy for the few snow/ice days we get in Central North Carolina, but the handling is where it really sticks out. I can take on/off ramps with ease. The AWD really plants the vehicle to the ground and greatly improves overall handling IMO.

All in all a pretty fair deal IMO.

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I bought a Tucson SE Plus FWD. The SE Plus is a new trim level that is basically a limited (without ultimate package) with the SE drivetrain and basic wheels. So you get the same upgraded leather interior at a substantial savings. I sold my Rav4 outright before buying so need to deal with trade. I arranged my financing elsewhere so no trouble there. No pressure from the dealer at any point. I used USAA buying service (Truecar, but they knock off several hundred off the regular Truecar as part of their relationship.) The discount they came up for my dealer was $1000 below Edmunds True Value and below US News and KBB suggested discount (and just about any other site I checked). Also $1000 below what I was seeing at Fitz auto mall online. At that point, I didn't feel the need to negotiate beyond the USAA guaranteed price and just made sure they gave me the promised discount. As such, it was pretty much a pain free simple process. No messing around fighting about prices and the finance guy didn't bother trying to sell me anything. By waiting until this weekend, I was able to get the double military rebate at $1000, plus I did the Uber rebate for $1000. I also did the boostup downpayment match to save another $500 (no brainer since I had the money from selling the Rav4). Final price came to $20,759 + TTL, over $7250 off MSRP.

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We just bought a 2017 Tucson SE with popular package 2. We traded in a 2015 Kia Soul + that had 26,000 miles on it. Dealer gave $13,000 for the trade. We ended up at $6546 after taxes and all dealer fees with the trade included as down payment, plus $500 cash. Ended up financing thru Hyundai to get $500, and signed up for Uber to get an extra $1000 rebate. Price before the rebates was $20,770. I'm pretty happy with what we ended up with.
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