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2017 Sonata Prices Paid

just_focusjust_focus CincinnatiPosts: 53
edited May 2017 in Hyundai
It is kind of late for this topic but I just bought a new 2017 Sonata Limited with the tech package and got the following discounts.
1. 6000.00 Hyundai rebate
2. 750.00 Hyundai Finance rebate
3. $500.00 Boost up Matching rebate
4. $2600.00 Dealer discount
If you add it up I received $9850.00 off sticker. We test drove the Camry,Accord,Mazda 6 and nothing was competing with the $10k off Hyundai is offering. We had a 2012 Sonata Limited and never had one issue with it. The funny thing is we paid $5000.00 more for the 2012 and the new Sonata has more options. I hope we have as good of luck with the new Sonata. The only rebate that was a pain was the Boost up. The account has to be open for 30 days before any withdraw.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,361

    It is kind of late for this topic but I just bought a new 2017 Sonata Limited with the tech package and got the following discounts.
    1. 6000.00 Hyundai rebate
    2. 750.00 Hyundai Finance rebate
    3. $500.00 Boost up Matching rebate
    4. $2600.00 Dealer discount
    If you add it up I received $9850.00 off sticker. We test drove the Camry,Accord,Mazda 6 and nothing was competing with the $10k off Hyundai is offering. We had a 2012 Sonata Limited and never had one issue with it. The funny thing is we paid $5000.00 more for the 2012 and the new Sonata has more options. I hope we have as good of luck with the new Sonata. The only rebate that was a pain was the Boost up. The account has to be open for 30 days before any withdraw.

    Congrats on the new Sonata!

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  • tonyg2016tonyg2016 midwest, usaPosts: 711
    interesting thread with almost 1000 posts about 10k off msrp:

    https://slickdeals.net/f/10116716-hyundai-sonata-limited-or-2-0t-at-least-6-750-cash-back-10-000-off-ymmv?page=67

    some funny stuff there
  • just_focusjust_focus CincinnatiPosts: 53
    Someone sent me a comment about how bad the 2012 Sonata was and that it had a ton of recalls on it. Here is my response.
    I if you look at carcomplaints.com it will summarize the difference between the 2011 and 2012. My 2012 had 4 recalls (2 on the engine) but I will tell you I kept that car for 85,000 miles and did the following. change oil every 5k, 1 set of tires, 1 set of front brakes, 1 battery, 2 driving light bulbs and 1 radiator flush. That is it. nothing broke and it never let me down. I got $8,000.00 on trade. That's not good but its not horrible. The new Sonata is super nice. Hopefully no recalls on engine so we can take it up to 200,000
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