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Hyundai Sonata Lease Questions



  • mnattymnatty Posts: 4
    Received the following at Hyundai dealership in St. Paul today:

    2013 Sonata SE 2.0T w/ Nav/sunroof pkg
    $29,335 MSRP
    - 2,250 "Discount"
    - 1,000 Lease Cash
    - 1,000 Military & "VOC" discounts
    $25,085 "Adjusted Price"
    + 75 Doc Fee
    + 500 Registration
    + 665 Tax
    + 629 "Non Tax Fees" (could not explain to me what this is for)
    $26,953 "Net Price" (I believe this is cap cost)

    $320/mo for 36 mos. w/ 0 down (12,000 miles)

    I was told residual is 60% and money factor is .00114 (and that these are set by Hyundai and could not be manipulated)

    Anyone see any holes in this or any room to negotiate?
  • ctal1234ctal1234 Posts: 14

    Do any of you helpful people have the July residual and MF for a 3 yr/36k lease on a 2013 Sonata GLS with the Popular Equipment Package?

  • mht2013mht2013 Posts: 4
    Hi, I am looking to leasing sonata limited w/ nav. do you have any nice dealer you are aware of? I am in NJ.
  • mht2013mht2013 Posts: 4
    Please let me know that dealer you are talking about in Queens
  • mht2013mht2013 Posts: 4
    I am interested in Sonata Limited with Navigation for leasing. How much I should expect per month including all tax and fees with 1000 down payment? If I choose Sonata Limited without Navigation how much the number will be?
  • I have a great dealer in Queens, if you dont mind coming over to NY
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,216
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  • ricovanianricovanian Posts: 14
    i'mon long island- who is the dealer?
  • ricovanianricovanian Posts: 14
    who is it? i am in the market
  • mht2013mht2013 Posts: 4
    I dont mind. please tell me!
  • click on my username to see my profile, my email address is there. Send me an email and I will send you the details. The Dealership is located in Queens.
  • click on my username to see my profile, my email address is there. Send me an email and I will send you the details. The Dealership is located in Queens.
  • pinksnyperpinksnyper Posts: 68
    @Carman can you please share with me the current MF and residuals for a 2013 Sonata 2.0T SE with automatic transmission? Looking at 15k/year 36 month lease and top-tier credit. Thanks!
  • vr18vr18 Posts: 4
    Also looking for current MF and residual but for a 2013 Sonata Limited 2.4L w/ Premium Package. 15k/year and 36 mo. lease w/ Tier 1
  • nspyr808nspyr808 Posts: 1
    edited August 2013
    Looking to lease 2013 Sonata Hybrid Limited. I was wondering what the MF and Residual for this car would be. Try to see if purchase or lease makes more sense. Lease for 36 mo with 12K miles.
  • I am also looking for the August money factor and residual for a 2013 Sonata Limited 2.4L with the Premium Package at 15k a year for 36 months and Tier 1 credit. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  • Hey kyfdx,

    Do you know the September money factor and residual for a 2013 Sonata limited 2.4L with the premium package at 15k for 36 months and tier 1 credit? Also, do you know if they are running a 24 month lease on the Sonata?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,216
    .00053 and 53%..

    Don't show 24 month leases for any Hyundais..


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  • Your email is private, please let me know which dealer.

    I'm out in queens looking for a lease deal as well
  • Hi All,

    Just wanted to get some opinions as to whether I'm getting a good deal on a lease that was offered at the dealership. It's for a 2013 Hyundai Sonata 2.4L Limited w/ Nav/Panoramic Sunroof package.

    The MSRP on the car is $29,540.

    We're putting down $2k (that includes taxes & fees)

    Early lease trade in for Elantra--$716 remaining payments on the Elantra

    Our monthly payment for the new lease would be $285/month. I just wanted to get some opinions to see if you think this is a good deal.

    Also, they said that the Sonata in white costs $200 more? Has anyone heard this before? Our Elantra is white and they didnt tell us that when we leased in 2011, and website doesn't change price if you select white.
  • Honestly I don't think it's a good deal. Go check another dealer before you get it .
  • Just curious, what would you expect to pay for Hyundai sonata lease with the figures I put?...I'm in NYC region btw. Thanks!
  • I pay $260 for Turbo SE with 15K miles and $2500 down fees and taxes included.
    $29000 is to much, should be around $25000
  • Hey kyfdx,

    Do you know what the October rate and residual is for a 2014 Sonata SE 2.4L, 36 Month 12,000 Mi/Yr?

    Also, does anyone know if Hyundai is honoring the same $1500 retail cash and valued owner $500 coupon on the 2014's that they currently have on the 2013's? Or is there something similar out there for the 2014's?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,216
    I'm sorry.. but, we didn't get the October numbers for Hyundai..



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  • I’m interested in a purchase or lease of a new 2013 Hyundia Sonata SE With Power Navigation Package (NOT a turbo).

    This is the deal they are finally offering me after much negotiating:
    MSRP: $27,695.00

    Invoice: $26,248.00

    Your price: $25,741.00

    This is a discount of $1,954.00. Apply a $1,500.00 rebate which brings the cost to $24,241.00. Total discount/rebate savings of $3,454.00. Apply applicable fees and you are at $24,971.00.

    Due at signing: $760.88

    Monthly payment including tax: $289.38”

    I don't yet have the other key variables of the lease contract. But what I need now is advice/comments on whether the above is considered a good deal?
  • looking for this info does anyone have it?
  • Hi All,

    I am new to this, but I want to know if I got a good lease deal on my 2011 Sonata GLS PZEV popular package with alloy wheels, power driver seat and interior leather seats. The MSRP is $21,800 with 12,000 miles and 36 months lease. After negotiating with the dealership in So Calif. I got it for $250/month with tax included (tax was 9.75% first 6 months, now it's 9%) and $2400 down including 1st month's lease and fees. They also agreed to pay off the remaining balance of $400 on my previous Camry lease. Does anyone know if this is a good deal or if I could have gotten a lower price for it?

    Secondly, my lease is coming due next month on Christmas and I am thinking about going to the dealership and buying it off maybe on Thanksgiving. I want to know what is a good price I can negotiate for this car. I believe the money factor back then was 0.00047, and the Residual Value on the contract is around $12,862 with $400 purchase option fee. Right now I only have about 25,000 miles on my odometer and very minor paint scratch on my rear side bumper with very clean interior. KKB gave it an estimated $11,460 for Very Good, and I was wondering if they will take my offer of $9000-10,000 for it. I haven't really gotten a call from the dealership lately and I don't know if I should go there or not. I also want to know if I should finance it with the dealership or get a auto loan quote from the bank. I don't want to spend more money on purchasing or leasing another new car.

    If there are any missing information that needs to be provided, please let me know. I'd be greatly appreciated if I can get some advice and comments on what I should do for all of the above. Thank you.
  • I am looking for a lease for a 2014 Hyundai Sonata GLS with popular package for $230/Mo including first months payment. Does that sound like a good deal?
  • Hi Carman, Kyfdx, & Michaell,

    Three years ago (time flies) this forum helped me get an incredible deal on 2011 Sonata SE 2.0T lease, thank you! Now my lease is coming to an end and I'm deciding between leasing again or buying the 2011 I'm currently in.

    ** Do you have the December residual and money factor for a 2013 Sonata SE 2.0T? **

    Thank you for your help!

    PS for opinions from other message board readers:
    -- Would you lease again, buyout lease, or buy new? I'm trying to consider long term cost benefits i.e., 5+ years from now.

    Currently in a 2011 Sonata SE 2.0T
    -$0 down @ $278/month
    - 27K miles
    - Residual value = $14.5K
    - Trade in value = $15.5K approx.
    **Is there a way to pocket this equity? i.e., Keep the difference and not use as a down payment for a new lease or purchase?

    Buy 2011 at lease end
    - $14.5K
    - Will need tires/breaks eventually $1000?
    - 60 month loans available? $284/month

    Lease a 2013 Sonata SE 2.0T
    - I have a TrueCar price of $21,281
    - I assume I should be able to get at least $278/month again if not lower

    Buy 2013/2014 Sonata SE 2.0T
    - 2013 TrueCar price of $21,281
    - Apply equity from 2011
    - 72 months @ $320?

    Appreciate your advice!
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