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2016 BMW X-5 35i, 2013 Genesis 5.0 R-spec, 2012 MB ML350
What would be a good price for CPO 2011 Sonata GLS Auto Gray/Gray with 35000 miles. Also
2011 CPO Blue/Beige with 19000 miles(6 speed manual). This is in the SFO Bay area. Base models. Thinking of getting one on the 2nd of JAN 14
Thanks for the help!!
You might try asking that question in the Real World Trade-In Values discussion, here:
I realize that you are buying, not trading in, but someone can give you a good idea of the value.
Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs
I tried to close a deal tonight (1/4/14) on a 2013 Sonata GLS, PEP, Sparkling Ruby paint, with the floor mats, fancy mirror, cargo net, and dealer installed window tint ($394). Numbers looked like this:
Truecar price: $20707 (before TTL, doc)
Discounts: -1500 rebate, plus $1650 from the dealer
Final Cost before TTL, Doc: $19207
OTD Cost: $21,600
This car has been sitting on the lot 6+ months, had a dead battery when we asked for a test drive, and they still wouldn't budge off this $21,600 figure, which was their first pitch to me. I asked for $19,500 and we just stalemated. This is a really useful forum, really helped me to know this deal was ok, but not a great deal and to walk away.
One last interesting thing, before I even saw an invoice, they wanted me to fill out a credit application. I told them I was already pre-approved at my bank, and they said they probably can't beat the credit unions APR... stupid me, I still filled it out when asked. In hindsight, that was a mistake, I should have insisted on getting an invoice first and working the price of the car before divulging anything about my personal finances. Live and learn.
Has anyone seen the 2015 Sonata. Seen some spy shots cant get a real clear look at the lines from the back. The newer remodel is not as sloped. I think that alone is a improvement in the looks dept..
Is $19,000 + TTL good for a 2013 GLS with PEP? Can I do better?