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2015 Hyundai Sonata Price Paid?

a320capta320capt Member Posts: 4
edited November 2014 in Hyundai
Curious what kind of deals people have gotten on a 2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport? Looks like there is only about $1000 markup from invoice on these. What kind of deals have you gotten?

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  • beck0708beck0708 Member Posts: 1
    Hi just did a lease deal today on the sport of $255 a month with $500 down, 12,000 miles per year for 3 years. 
    I was not in tier 1-3 credit though. My score was 656 through Transunion 
    so they pulled another Equifax at 705.
    Not sure why such a huge difference in my score. 
    How about you? 

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  • manutdmanutd Member Posts: 14
    Not sure why there seem to be no recent updates on this.

    Just bought a 2015 Hyundai Sonata Limited with Tech and Ultimate, May 9, 2015.
    MSPR was $32,775; paid $26,795 so almost $6,000 below MSRP
    New Orleans metro area. Did not get my preferred color but the silver looks good.
  • shabadoo25shabadoo25 Member Posts: 232
    I got $5800 off my 2.0T Sport on 3/31. With the late April incentives, people were getting close to $6500 off, it appeared. Regardless, I'm happy.
  • armistryarmistry Member Posts: 4
    Can someone please guide me if this is a good deal or no? Is this how rebates works?

    2015 sonata with Tech and Ultimate package:
    MSRP: 32,790; selling $26,117
    Here is the confusion, dealer says $27,367 with 0% APR or $26,117 ($1250 rebate) with variable APR.
    I thought dealer takes off rebate from selling price.
    Also, the color we liked had some issue with battery and dealer wasn't able to sell it today.
    I doubt if it was just battery as I was ready to make deal today.
  • stickguystickguy Member Posts: 41,686
    often, you have a choice of taking the cash rebate, or getting discounted financing.

    with interest rates so low these days, almost a lock you will be better off taking the $1,250 and getting a normal rate, but you can figure out either way.

    2020 Acura RDX tech SH-AWD

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