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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-01-2008, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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I bought a Hyundai yesterday and traded in my old Hyundai for it. They called me back today and said that because its registration isn't current that I don't qualify for the rebate through the owner loyalty program.

I signed the deal, got the loan and think everything is finished and then I get this call today. It seems strange that my registration would have to be current on the car to get the deal. I tried searching the internet, Hyundai site, these forums, etc. for the terms of the rebate but have not been able to find any information on what the terms of the rebate program are. Can anyone help?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-02-2008, 02:47 PM
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According to the Valued Owner Coupon page:


only one model qualifies for this special offer, and it is not Sonata!.
Plus there is always some disclaimer:

[b]"Offer limited to current registered Hyundai Owners. See your Dealer for details.
Not all offers available in all locations. Void where prohibited. Member FDIC"

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Thanks for pointing me to that page. I'd been there but didn't realize there was more info on it. The phrasing I found was "
If you are currently a registered owner of a vehicle distributed by Hyundai Motor America,"

Which to me seems to imply ownership rather than the vehicle being registered in the state, hard to say.
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You tell them that you signed the deal and so did they if they want to stop this deal then they must make good all of your outlay including costs of going to/fro to the dealer etc etc and tell them you will want monies for incorrect information as no doubt they told you everything and also you will sue them for hurt feelings.

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