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Hyundai Tucson Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Just because this particular forum is pretty dead doesn't mean Tucson's aren't selling...........
    There are other Hyundai/Tucson forums that are quite busy.
    The format/setup here doesn't keep people coming back.......it's quite an archaic forum setup.

    I would recommend personally going to several dealers to work with them on pricing.............that way they know you are serious and looking to purchase.
    A lot of places don't like messing around to much over the Internet. It's probably because the vast majority of the Internet inquiries aren't going to materialize into anything.

    Had my Tucson GLS AWD for almost 3 months now and couldn't be happier.
    Good luck...
  • cori629cori629 Posts: 1
    I got a 2011 Limited AWD Tucson with the premium package the other day I love it. I used the Hyundai Circle program and paid $27,600 before taxes and registration.
  • Got a 2012 Tucson GLS from Harbor Hyundai in Long Beach today for $21,900 + TTL (~10%).MSRP IS $23,340. Also got 2.69% financing for 60m w/ them through Chase. I think they bought the rate down just to earn my financing as I have preapproved from CU for 2.9%. Very smooth no b.s. sales process. Excellent customer service.
  • I have a chance to trade a 2010 Elantra 11,500 miles for a 2011 Tuson GLS AWD for a lease of $275 plus tax which is 10% so final payment would be $300/month. I think the price for the Tuson is $24,800. I owe about $11000 on the Elantra, I think they are giving me about $14000 for the Elantra.
    Any thoughts if this is a good deal?
  • I just Leased a 2012 Tucson GLS AWD. Purchase price $24840. Trade profit was $3.2k used as down payment. Paid first payment and title and stuff $595. Net capitalized cost was $22245.00 Somehow Total capitalized cost reduction was $4079.
    Anyway total payment for 36months @12K/yr is $298.99. This includes the 10% tax the state wants.
    I can purchase the car at end of lease for $15152.
    Any idea if this is a good lease? I know I paid MSRP but I did get the $3.2k profit on my trade which other dealers would only give me about 1-2K profit.
  • gwdewgwdew Posts: 9
    Anybody have any experience with buying a Tucson in Northern NJ?

    What were some quotes that you have gotten for Tucsons? Specifically the GLS FWD or AWD. Thanks
  • lblomlblom Posts: 1
    Hi Occarguy... Was this 21.9 inc TTL? Thanks!
  • I just Leased a 2012 Tucson GLS AWD. Purchase price $24840. Trade profit was $3.2k used as down payment. Paid first payment and title and stuff $595. Net capitalized cost was $22245.00 Somehow Total capitalized cost reduction was $4079.
    Anyway total payment for 36months 12K/yr is $298.99. This includes the 10% tax the state wants.
    I can purchase the car at end of lease for $15152.
    Any idea if this is a good lease? I know I paid MSRP but I did get the $3.2k profit on my trade which other dealers would only give me about 1-2K profit.
  • 2012 Tucson AWD drive limited with premium package out of door price of 29000 in VA?
    is it a good price?
  • atltucsonatltucson Posts: 1
    edited November 2011
    In October 2011 I purchased a 2012 FWD Tucson Limited without premium package at Team Hyundai Mall of Georgia in Buford. I really wanted a sunroof, but wasn't necessarily interested in paying for the premium package, plus there were no vehicles available with that package at the time. The dealer had the color I wanted in a Limited, so they agreed to install a regular sunroof (not panoramic) that is covered under warranty. I love the car, the sunroof is awesome and I got to keep the roof racks too. Paid $24,300 incl. sunroof, plus tax and title. Got what I felt was a fair price on my trade-in and financed through Hyundai at 1.9% for 36 months. I'm not sure if this is the greatest deal ever, but I'm very comfortable with it and so far no problems whatsoever with the Tucson.
  • What should I expect to pay for a 2012 GLS FWD Tucson? Sticker is 23, 800.
    Thanks
  • srz948srz948 Posts: 68
    Can anybody give a price paid for a 2013 Hyundai Tucson Limited AWD with Premium Package. Thanks.
  • Today I purchased a 2013 AWD Limited without nav. for under dealer cost. OTD cost was 25,325. This incl. cross bars and cargo tray. I think this was a great deal. I also financed for 1.79% for 60 months. I know the premium package invoice is about 2,500.
    Good Luck.
  • us1549us1549 Posts: 1
    wow, what an awesome price for a loaded Tucson OTD. What was your price before TTL?
  • The tax is 0 due to living in NH. Title was $25. Admin fees were $369. I do have to register the vehicle at my local town hall. I have not done that as of yet.
  • mlsphdmlsphd Posts: 26
    edited September 2012
    Pam:
    That is an unbelievable discount. With an MSRP of 27,700 and invoice of 26,400, your price more than $1000 under cost. Am i missing something here? What was the dealer? I am shopping now.
  • Hmmm...think this is some kind of spoof...same message posted earlier...in another board...supposedly fromTexas.

    2013 Hyundai Tucson at gaines TX - $25,325 (purchase)
    Posted by carhigh on Aug 31 in Hyundai Hyundai Tucson Hyundai gaines TX
    Today I purchased a 2013 AWD Limited without nav. for under dealer cost. OTD cost was 25,325. This incl. cross bars and cargo tray. I think this was a great deal. I also financed for 1.79% for 60 months. I know the premium package invoice is about 2,500.

    Make: Hyundai
    Model: Tucson
    Location: gaines TX
    Final Price: $25,325
  • charanmanncharanmann Posts: 1
    edited October 2012
    I own Hyundai Tuscon 2012 Limited edition. Recently to cover some scratches, I purchased Hyundai touch up paint. I followed what ever little instructions were mentioned on the pen to cover up the marks. After the paint dried, I noticed that the areas covered by touch up paint looked very different from the original car paint. I gave the same feedback to Hyundai customer care and provided them photos of the car too. The claim was rejected by Hyundai saying that the "pen was overused". I didn't overuse the pen, besides that there were no proper instructions on the pen for using it. There were no instructions on the pen stating that the pen color will not exactly match the original car paint. Hyundai just closed my case stating the invalid reason. Though I am very satisfied by the car performance, but the Hyundai customer support and after sales support really sucks. Considering they are new to the US market and they are trying to do everything possible to earn customer respect and confidence; poor after sales support is surely not going to help them. I am writing this to share my horrible Hyundai customer service experience.
  • truckie4lifetruckie4life Posts: 56
    Has anyone purchased a new 2016 Tucson? I'd love to hear your pricing, as my wife and I are looking to purchase one. THANKS!
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 50,558
    Not to steer you astray @truckie4life but how did you decide on the Tucson? We're tire kicking and want to revisit it, just had a short demo in the parking lot a few months back. Seems pretty loaded with features for the price. We're cross-shopping the Encore and Soul.

    Back to price, while waiting for responses, you can build one using the Make | Model drop down tabs above and see the average price paid for your zip (aka True Market Value).

    Moderator - Buying questions? Please include city or zip code and trim you are shopping, FWD or AWD, etc.

  • truckie4lifetruckie4life Posts: 56
    I was insistent on a compact crossover for my wife. She loves her 06 4Runner but it is approaching 200k and time to upgrade to something newer. She felt like the CRV and RAV are for "older" folks, but the new Tucson is really sharp/sporty. If we are going to have a small car payment, I want better MPG's than the 4Runner.

    We are going to shop the Tucson Limited AWD with the 1.6.
  • Hey @stever, I found a Tucson Limited AWD with 200 miles, pre-owned. They're asking 30,800. But, I'll be the second owner. What do you think I should offer?
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 50,558
    Hey @truckie4life, sorry I missed this post yesterday.

    Invoice is $30,575 and TMV is just a bit less at $30,308.

    So the dealer isn't even offering an average deal for a new one, unless I'm missing that big option package.

    200 miles is nothing. But having the Carfax/AutoCheck show up in three years if you decide to trade it could affect the resale value (everyone loves one-owner cars).

    In theory I'd want a much bigger discount. If reality, I drive them forever and if the car is otherwise perfect, I'd just focus on getting a better deal as if it were brand new.

    How much to ask off this one? Hard to say - do you have any quotes from other dealers for a new one you can use as ammo? I want to throw $1,000 off out there but I don't have any real basis for that number (seeing all those $1,000 off invoice deals on CR-Vs has jaded me a bit, lol).

    Moderator - Buying questions? Please include city or zip code and trim you are shopping, FWD or AWD, etc.

  • rpktrialsrpktrials Posts: 3
    Here's one for you: Baltimore DC metro area. Tucson SE base $20,500 + $900(destination) + $300(dealer fees) for car price of $21,700 + taxes, title, and tags.

    Hyundai doesn't seem to have the wiggle room of Honda but it was within my budget.
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 50,558
    edited April 5
    TMV for a DC zip right now is $21,900, which includes a $500 incentive and destination. So you beat TMV (and invoice) by $1,400. I'm assuming you got the FWD.

    I'd say you got into Honda discount territory. Nice rigs, was just admiring a new white one in traffic yesterday. Congrats!

    Moderator - Buying questions? Please include city or zip code and trim you are shopping, FWD or AWD, etc.

  • rpktrialsrpktrials Posts: 3
    Yes FWD and price included a $500 discount. There are a few other discounts out there if you're willing to go the extra mile for them. Down payment matching up to $500(requires at least 30 days which I didn't have) and $1000 off for registered Uber drivers if you want to subject yourself to all of Uber's prying into your personal records.
  • rpktrialsrpktrials Posts: 3
    Also included were $400(msrp) of dealer add ons: mats, net, etc...

    I was satisfied with the deal. Had been previously pricing the Honda CR-V so I was pushing for Honda discounts on the Tucson. Tucson was much nicer at the base trim than a Honda in both ride and fit.
  • truckie4lifetruckie4life Posts: 56
    @Stever Hey buddy, I need your help. I am looking at a 2016 Tucson Sport AWD (no beige interior). Any advice on what I should offer? I AM READY TO PURCHASE NOW!
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 50,558
    edited June 29

    @Stever Hey buddy, I need your help. I am looking at a 2016 Tucson Sport AWD (no beige interior). Any advice on what I should offer? I AM READY TO PURCHASE NOW!

    Invoice is $27,206 and TMV is nicely below that at $26,184, including a current $500 incentive (unless you go with the 0% financing).

    So....end of the month and knowing that TMV is an average, I'd shoot for $25,500 and work my way up.

    btw, take another test drive. Put it in Eco mode and stop at a red light. Some people (like my salesperson) have managed to almost stall it taking off when the light turns green. Not good if you are trying to beat oncoming traffic. Seems to affect just a few cars but worth knowing about. Terrific package otherwise.

    Moderator - Buying questions? Please include city or zip code and trim you are shopping, FWD or AWD, etc.

  • truckie4lifetruckie4life Posts: 56
    So offer them $25,500 and then add in the $500 rebate? Or do $26,000 and then add in the $500 rebate, bringing the price to $25,500 plus tax/tags/doc? (that's all I qualify for)?

    My wife originally was hoping for the Limited Ultimate Package, which is very nice. After seeing the pricing, I nicely convinced her to go the Sport route (thank God).
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