That's what always bothered me about Hyundai. You have to take what they want you to have and be happy with it, there's no ordering exactly what you want like with other manufacturers (particularly domestics.) If the customer really wants something specific, they have to expand their search radius or have a dealer do a trade (which would bother me immensely since I have to scrutinize a car prior to giving them money.)I had a hard time finding what I wanted too.
Hyundai's sales model is a little different than other manufacturers. The dealers do not get to request what type of Accent they get in the USA. Even though the car you want is coming off the ship they will not divert it to you, it MUST go to it's original destination first. Hyundai's thought is that sales-people should be able to sell whatever they get sent. It's frustrating for sales when they could easily move a certain model, but Hyundai won't send them what their customers actually want.
There won't be any rollover as I have thousands saved up and I don't mean just a couple thousand either...much more infact but not enough to pay the 13200K I now owe now as of today.You would probably do better selling the Sonic privately - with the disadvantage that you couldn't fold the loss into the new loan.
I suppose, but selling the Sonic privately will still fetch you more money. It doesn't matter how much you have, a few thousand dollars is still a few thousand dollars, and it's better saved than lost to some dealer.There won't be any rollover as I have thousands saved up and I don't mean just a couple thousand either...much more infact but not enough to pay the 13200K I now owe now as of today.