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0% 72 months vs ?

LexxLuthor_13LexxLuthor_13 Posts: 9
edited May 16 in Hyundai
I have a question regarding the 2019 Santa Fe. If you take the 72 month 0% do you typically lose the money saved on haggling on the price or the Hyundai rebates on purchasing. If you take the 72 month 0% are you more likely to pay close to MSRP?

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,257

    I have a question regarding the 2019 Santa Fe. If you take the 72 month 0% do you typically lose the money saved on haggling on the price or the Hyundai rebates on purchasing. If you take the 72 month 0% are you more likely to pay close to MSRP?

    It appears that you lose the $2500 customer rebate, if you take the low cost financing.

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • Thanks kyfdx for the answer regarding the loss of the$2500 rebate and do you think I can haggle a couple of thousand of the regular MSRP?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,257

    Thanks kyfdx for the answer regarding the loss of the$2500 rebate and do you think I can haggle a couple of thousand of the regular MSRP?

    I don't follow pricing, but if you can't get a discount on a Hyundai, you should shop for a different vehicle.

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • Thanks greatly appreciated.
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