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Old 11-14-2012, 08:15 PM   #341 (permalink)
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You could also do Motozuma and get another $500 off but the catch is you have to wait 30 days from when you open the account.
FWIW, it's not a big catch. It doesn't cost anything to open the account. I opened mine 6 weeks ago. I deposited $500 into it on 11/12, a few hours prior to purchasing the car. Problem was, it takes 3-5 days for my deposit to be processed for it to be available, along with Motozuma's $500, for the dealer. Had I deposited the $500 3-5 days prior to purchasing the car, there would have been no problem. So, the dealer charged my credit card $1000, which he will credit back to my credit card when the Motozuma funds are available to him. IMO, it's an easy $500 saved.

Check it out at motozuma.com
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Old 11-14-2012, 10:16 PM   #342 (permalink)
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My wife is a pride owner of a new SF 2.0T Limited. This is the canadian price. We got 750$ loyalty discount+875 winter tire promotion (we have the tires from our 2009 SF) + 500$ more on our exchange vs other dealers plus Premium All Weather Floor Trays and wheel locks. Financing for 60moths at 2.49%/year. It's not the best deal in town but I think is not too bad either. She choose Cabo Bronze or Moonstone silver as colour. Delivery within a week.

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Old 11-20-2012, 03:03 PM   #343 (permalink)
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I got a quote from my dealer of $28,134 for 2.4 AWD with leather and premium package. Is this a good deal or will be able to negotiate more on MPG issue. Please suggest

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Old 11-20-2012, 03:18 PM   #344 (permalink)
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I got a quote from my dealer of $28,134 for 2.4 AWD with leather and premium package. Is this a good deal or will be able to negotiate more on MPG issue. Please suggest

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I believe the MSRP for what you listed, including destination, is $30,925. That's a $2791 discount, which IMO is not great, but good.

There is a $750 Loyalty rebate if you already own a Hyundai automobile. You can also save $500 more if you use Motozuma.
Info at www.motozuma.com.

If you can add $1250 to the $2791 discount, IMO that would be great.
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I believe the MSRP for what you listed, including destination, is $30,925. That's a $2791 discount, which IMO is not great, but good.

There is a $750 Loyalty rebate if you already own a Hyundai automobile. You can also save $500 more if you use Motozuma.
Info at www.motozuma.com.

If you can add $1250 to the $2791 discount, IMO that would be great.
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Thank you golfermack . unfortunately I don't own a hyundai and opened an account with Motozuma will complete 30 days by tomorrow. I will try to negotiate further based on MPG issue.
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I live in Washington DC area(ellicott city MD), considering the snow situation here should I buy an AWD Santa fe or FWD also do the job for me. I don't go off road however love to do long trips.
Can you guys help me make a decision AWD vs FWD ?
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Old 11-20-2012, 05:19 PM   #347 (permalink)
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I'm buying a fully loaded 2.0T AWD w/ a factory tow hitch for $32K before T&L.
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I live in Washington DC area(ellicott city MD), considering the snow situation here should I buy an AWD Santa fe or FWD also do the job for me. I don't go off road however love to do long trips.
Can you guys help me make a decision AWD vs FWD ?
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Get AWD. You'll want it in the snow and rain, and it's more worth it to have an AWD SUV just from a resale value standpoint even if you don't use it that much. The MPG gains (of FWD vs AWD) translated into $s are minimal.
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Hi,

Thanks you all for the valuable suggestions.

How do we find out the invoice price for this vehicle ? Should we make MSRP as a benchmark while negotiating or an invoice price?
Does anyone got the vehicle under/around invoice price ?

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Old 11-21-2012, 10:55 AM   #350 (permalink)
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Thanks you all for the valuable suggestions.

How do we find out the invoice price for this vehicle ? Should we make MSRP as a benchmark while negotiating or an invoice price?
Does anyone got the vehicle under/around invoice price ?

Thanks
Www.truecar.com. Put in the SF and your location. And use the invoice as a benchmark!


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