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Old 04-23-2011, 08:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Paint sealant $699

I told the dealership it was a deal breaker and they deducted the cost but .... what exactly are they charging for? The salesman didn't know the details.

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You woulda thought Hyundai finished the paint before it left assembly...

Small bottle of juice, takes kid 10 minutes to rub all over exterior of car,, $699,,, RUN AWAY!!
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Old 04-23-2011, 08:49 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You woulda thought Hyundai finished the paint before it left assembly...

Small bottle of juice, takes kid 10 minutes to rub all over exterior of car,, $699,,, RUN AWAY!!

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Old 04-23-2011, 09:35 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Same as Scotchguarding leather for $300 and tape pinstipe for $300. I tell them to take that little add on sticker and shove it up their ***
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Same as Scotchguarding leather for $300 and tape pinstipe for $300. I tell them to take that little add on sticker and shove it up their ***
I honestly would have walked if they had insisted on that fee but they didn't seem to have a problem dropping it.
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typically the "paint sealant" is a product that takes very little time to apply and is guaranteed to protect the paint from acid rain, bird dropping, sap from trees and other environmantal damages that may harm your paint.
some dealerships claim their product never has to be reapplied. others claim every couple years. it's a huge money making thing for them and straight profit.
I wouldn't do it personally, but then again I am obsessive about waxing and washing my cars so........ no point really
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My little store - My Limited was used as a display car at the local auto show. Both the inside and outside were treated with "Super Polysteel" products to give it, as the say, showroom shine and added protection. Right off the bat I let it be known that not only was it not part of the deal but that I also knew exactly what the product was and how it was marketed. (http://www.ias-inc.net/products/polysteel/ and the Google search http://www.google.com/search?q=super+polys...lient=firefox-a The added $1000 quickly disappeared.)

Since I did not pay the $1000 I did not get the kit that went along with the application. On a lark I did a search on eBay and found a kit being auctioned for $19.95 so I bid on it and won. From the looks of it the products look to be of OK quality but I have my doubts that they are better than Meguiar's products I've used for years.

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My little store - My Limited was used as a display car at the local auto show. Both the inside and outside were treated with "Super Polysteel" products to give it, as the say, showroom shine and added protection. Right off the bat I let it be known that not only was it not part of the deal but that I also knew exactly what the product was and how it was marketed. (http://www.ias-inc.net/products/polysteel/ and the Google search http://www.google.com/search?q=super+polys...lient=firefox-a The added $1000 quickly disappeared.)

Since I did not pay the $1000 I did not get the kit that went along with the application. On a lark I did a search on eBay and found a kit being auctioned for $19.95 so I bid on it and won. From the looks of it the products look to be of OK quality but I have my doubts that they are better than Meguiar's products I've used for years.

I agree. Meguiar's or Griots products give just as good if not better results. I've been using Griots for years and very pleased with the results.
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I got my new Sonata 3 weeks ago. Finance office tried to sneak in a charge for $301. I take a friend with me to double check what I dont see when I am to busy admiring my new car, LOL. He saw a charge for lifetime tire and rim insurance. They took it right back off.
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QUOTE (drewaz @ Apr 23 2011, 08:38 PM)
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Paint sealant $699

I told the dealership it was a deal breaker and they deducted the cost but .... what exactly are they charging for? The salesman didn't know the details.
Yup, my invoice included "mandatory" vin etching, and lock nuts (which I assume is a way to inflate numbers to make the dealer look good?)... to which I laughed and said remove it.. or no deal or I will go to "X" dealer... needless to say I sent in Mr. Banana
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