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Hyundai Veracruz Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • nacenace Posts: 45
    per hyundai USA,2010 veracrusz has a $1000.00 rebate.
    2009 veracruz has a $2000.00 rebate. the 09 has only been released three months ago. there seems to be no marketing effort at all from hyundai. i think they have there head in the sand.
    anyone know what changes have been made to the veracruz?
  • dturrdturr Posts: 70
    Guess that Hyundai are up to something, possibly they will no longer be offering the Veracruz. I have asked a dealer this same question and got a shrug of the shoulders.
  • thorsthors Posts: 35
    See my above post.....I was told recently by a dealer that they are not selling well and are being discontinued....
  • The salesperson was trying to sell what he had on the lot.
  • thorsthors Posts: 35
    Maybe so....too bad since the Veracruz is so much nicer in my opinion....and more $$, so he could have made out better!
  • lassy1lassy1 Posts: 1
    I see some posts suggest that $10K - 11K can be knocked off the price of the US MSRPs. Is that also the case in Canada? I'm interested in the GLS and the '10s are at $38,000 and the '09s are at $36,995. After taxes and delivery, that means I could finance the vehicle over 60 months for under $600. Could it be??? :blush:
  • jaeatsdjaeatsd Posts: 1
    Just purchased a GLS FWD with premium package which had an MSRP $33,640 from Heller Auto. After $2,000 for 99 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo trade-in (KBB trade-in value $2,325) and $2,000 rebate the final negotiated price was $26,000 before TTL. Based upon how things went I think I could have got it down below $25,000 but am pretty satisfied with the overall experience with the salespeople there. Definitely one of the better buying experiences I have had and this is now my 7th. I was in and out driving the new car in about 2 hrs.
  • me and my wife were at a hyundai dealer yesterday, and we stumbled across the 2010 veracruz and we were really impressed with it, the dealership had a2nd sticker on it marked way up, so we wont buy there but they had a 2010 verecruz catalog so i grabbed one. and this was in florida.
  • anyone out there in florida or surrounding states,have any good experiances with any hyundai dealers that dont put excessive 2nd,stickers or charge an outragious dealer fee,any help would be appreciated.
  • nacenace Posts: 45
    i have read on this forum many times that Fitzgerald auto mall in
    Clearwater fl is a no nonsence dealer. take a look at their web site for more info
    dont etch the above in stone as im from illinois.
  • thanks for the tip.
  • Hello all. It's been a few years since I've been looking for a car and I'm surprised there aren't more postings here of people's new-car buying experiences; there used to be a ton 5 years ago. I'm looking for a good Hyundai dealer in Nor Cal or anywhere in Calif...I'm looking for a Veracruz deal. Looks like people are getting great deals these days. Thanks.
  • we are now in the market and still like the veracruz but the stock locally is terrible. anyone know of a good dealer within 30 or so miles of cincinnati. also how about pricing off of msrp. the veracruz's are in mid/upper 30's before any discounts. thanks in advance.
  • 2009 GLS FWD w/Premium package for $29000.
    2009 GLS AWD w/Preferred package for $28000

    I am ready to buy one of these vehicles.
    Thanks.
  • I paid $28,300 with mudflaps, mats and crossrails. Seemed like a good deal to me. Let us know how your deal works out. Good Luck.
  • Today purchased a liquid silver with black interior. Paid $32806 (includes the $1000 incentive from Hyundai) with carpeted mats, bluetooth and ipod cable. MSRP on the car was $37125.
  • nacenace Posts: 45
    congradulations on your purchase. was your posted price before or after tax,title, and whatever? thanks
  • Before. With TTL, total out the door was $35741 (2366 tax, NJ tire tax 7.50, MV reg 413, 149 docs).
  • I see you purchased in NJ. Whereabouts? I was looking in Bergen County for a good deal on the Veracruz and under $33k (before taxes/fees/etc) seems pretty darn good. Was there a lot of haggling and did it include the $1k rebate from Hyundai (assuming 2010 model).
    Thanks!
  • We bought a 2008 model in April of 2009 so it was a leftover and Hyundai was running a $4000 cashback so that was why we did so well. Went to the Hyundai dealer in Paramus on 17 and also one up in Wayne on 46. After that, we went to the Liberty Hyundai in Ramsey on 17, laid out what we'd already gotten from the other dealers and they beat the price. We weren't particular about color as they didn't have one on the lot and had to find one for us but it worked out that the one they found for us had some options in it that we hadn't paid for, but they were in it so we got those for free: built in blue tooth, floor mats, emergency road kit, and wind reflector on the roof. Good luck. They were great people to deal with by the way.
  • Purchased a 2010 FWD GLS today - paid a couple hundred less than the truecar "great price" - so about $2300 under invoice (not including trade-in). We are very pleased with our purchase and excited for the 2010 Vcruz. We are in the Philly burbs.
  • butch55butch55 Posts: 1
    My wife and I purchased a 2010 Veracruz Limited with NAV and paid 34,800 it included floor mats cargo mat and rear net. The dealer was friendly and knew the product line which was refreshing. This is our first SUV and we feel that it is a great choice. It was easy to illiminate the competition since the Veracruz Limited comes with so many standard features.
  • nacenace Posts: 45
    hello butch, congradulations on your new veracruz purchase.
    if you will, please share if your posted price included taxes and were any additional incentives involved? also what was the msrp of your veracruz?
    ***thank you***
  • dmbfn41dmbfn41 Posts: 8
    I would be interested in this information as well. How long did you look around for this deal? What approach did you uses? Thanks.
  • ez_shooterez_shooter Posts: 6
    edited March 2010
    I bought this yesterday at Allen Samuels Hyundai in Northeast Fort Worth / N. Richland Hills suburb - DFW Metroplex Texas. They only had one Limited in stock, a new White w/ beige leather w/ 40 miles on it. Has Nav, but had to make a deal to add the bluetooth accessory. After $1k rebate, but before TTL & GAP insurance, the price was $32,918. We visited two other dealerships in the area, and used the prices from those in negotiating to this price - this is my wifes and my 2nd Veracruz, the 1st being bought 2/09 from Allen Samuels as well (back when the dealers realllyyy made deals). We drove the VC Lmtd as well as a Sonata Lmtd, and started negotiating on the Veracruz - took app. 3 hours between going back and forth, and the finance guy. Overall, not a real fun time, but it wasn't as bad as going to the dentist and getting teeth pulled. I really like these, obviously, I put app. 30K miles per year, so all of the creature comforts make sense to me (plus, I am big like a tank, so a roomy crossover is nice). Hope this helps everyone - the sales manager kept telling me what a great deal I got (every time he did, I felt like I paid too much... lol). Edit: Sorry, list price was $37,725 with all options, which in addition to the ones already mentioned above included first aid kit, mud flaps, roof rack and carpeted floor mats.
  • nacenace Posts: 45
    shooter, i am interested in purchasing a veracruz. i do have a question regarding your past experience with your veracruz. consumer reports reads, " the ride is comfortable but suspension noise is evident ". shooter can you advise if you experienced any suspension noise with your 09 veracruz?
    good luck with your new purchase,, and thank you for being part of this sloooow forum.
  • We have had good luck with our (08 purchased in 09) 1st VC. No suspension noise at all - it will ride a little rough over potholes but nothing I don't experience with other 2 ton vehicles (and I have driven a few). I did notice a hollow thunk or small boom in my new one while going over a big dip too fast but it wasn't unreasonable - we have had issues with our 1st VC, but nothing extreme (TPS replaced 1 month ago after reading about the TSB - and coasting to a stop on I-35 in Ft. Worth). The VC is an awesome value and has great features - hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
  • nacenace Posts: 45
    (TPS replaced 1 month ago after reading about the TSB - and coasting to a stop on I-35 in Ft. Worth). TSP& TSB what does this mean? thanks again
  • There is a technical service bulletin (TSB) that recommends replacement of the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) which regulates how your car idles and revs / applies gas to the engine on some VC vehicles - specifically where vehicles have had issues in suddenly loosing power or where the vehicle has been stalling (and generating engine service codes - where the yellow engine lights up and stays lit and is read and cleared by an electronic diagnostics machine used by a tech). Hyundai hasn't issued a recall or an alert to customers about this - probably the largest issue I have had to date on my 1st VC. Sorry about the confusion.
  • My TPS has been replaced and the problem is still occuring. This has now happened 5 times in 2 years. TPS replacement did not fix problem in my vehicle.
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