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Hyundai Veracruz Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • acdiiacdii Posts: 753
    A 38K+ list for $29K? Sounds like a deal to me, wish they were dealing like that when I got mine!
  • Noise and vibration are very low. Gas mileage is at 16.9 mpg with 500 miles on the odometer. The liftgate requires a lot of force to shut. My wife didn't close it fully one time. After a couple of days, the battery level drained too low to start the engine.

    Low 5% interest rate.
  • rick2456rick2456 Posts: 320
    That is pretty good. I just bought a 2008 SE AWD (no options except for mats and roof rack bars) for 22500, plus tag & tax, but I had a 6000 rebate (4000 plus 2000 hyundai owners rebate). I already have a Santa Fe and thought this would be a good addition at an awesome price.
  • The 2008's are difficult to come by and I've been told that the 2009's are only weeks away. The salesman wouldn't or couldn't give me an information on the differences between a 2008 and '09. I searched for a few weeks for a black one with the dark saddle interior with NAV. The only one I could find had almost 5,000 miles on it and it had never been titled. I live in the Washington, D.C., N. VA, Baltimore area and there are a few black ones with rear DVD. I eventually found a deep blue one with beige interior. I ended buying from N. VA a couple of days ago. MSRP was $38,725...this in the Limited AWD with Navigation, roof cross rails and floor mats. With all of the rebates, $4,000 plus $2,000 VIP I ended up spending $29,425 which included freight and processing fee.
  • nacenace Posts: 45
    excause my ignorance, but what does $2000.00 vip mean? also the your cost of
    $29425, is tax included? thank you
  • epik15epik15 Posts: 11
    Probably the $2,000 Hyundai loyalty thing. Where if you already own a Hyundai, you get it.

    Can anyone shed some light on this? What if you buy an old $500 Hyundai or something like that lol.
  • selooseloo Posts: 606
    Yes you can.

    I had a dealer offer me a $500 Hyundai to get the $2000 rebate, then they wanted a $500 Doc Fee. I walked.
  • epik15epik15 Posts: 11
    Actually most dealerships around me are saying about $500 doc fee. Or did you mean $500 doc for the for $500 car?

    But still in that case you're saving $1,000 right? For the $2000 loyalty you would otherwise have not gotten?

    I'm currently looking at a 08' Limited that's got an internet price of $27,000. I want to see if I can get them into the 24k/25k area.
  • selooseloo Posts: 606
    Not sure about the Doc Fee for the $500 car, but they wanted a $500 Doc Fee for the new car. The fee is unjustified, I will not pay it.
  • epik15epik15 Posts: 11
    It doesn't look like I'll be able to get them to budge much on the 08' Limited.

    Maybe $26,000-$26,500.
  • epik15epik15 Posts: 11
    Can anyone advise me on how much less a Veracruz with 5,000 miles on it is worth? Never been titled, will be sold as new. It's a demo unit apparently.

    Say the dealer has 2 Limited, one 0 miles and the other 5,000.

    How much less should the demo cost?
  • epik15epik15 Posts: 11
    Ended up with a never before titled 08' Veracruz Limited FWD w/ carpets and roof racks w/ 4,900 miles on it for $23,000 + $1,800 for Extended warranty to 10 years + $495 doc fee + TTL and 1 year free oil changes. So $26,223 out the door.

    I feel so so about the deal but I'm glad I'm at home now it's been a long day. The extended warranty seems to be 3rd party though. Even though they tried to keep saying it's official Hyundai or whatever. But they assured me it's accepted everywhere so we'll see. What's really lame is there is a $100 deductible for it. But it's supposed to cover some wear and tear things too. No brakes or windshield wiper blades unfortunately.
  • kcrawkcraw Posts: 1
    what dealer did you buy from??
  • djpkdjpk Posts: 12
    I went to the dealer over the weekend to look at Veracruz FWD limited with DVD option. It has 4500 miles on it. They offered me 10k off MSRP. It comes out around 26500 + tax and tag. Is this good deal?

  • rjwilrjwil Posts: 5
    Looking at a new 2008 SE AWD w/ leather & rear ent. package. MSRP $37,075 I can take it for $25,800 incl. 2k loyalty & 4k manf. rebate. Anybody seen anything better?
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  • rick2456rick2456 Posts: 320
    11k off MSRP? Take it and run.
  • rjwilrjwil Posts: 5
    Ended up with an 08 Limited AWD w/nav. MSRP $39,400....took it for $28,492 incl dest but not TTL. I think it was a good deal, hope it helps somebody else get a nice deal.
  • seaweed20seaweed20 Posts: 28
    Where are you located? Which dealer? I am looking for the same car.
  • rjwilrjwil Posts: 5
    Northern NJ/Southern NY. email me and I'll give you the info. [email protected]
  • natonato Posts: 9
    Dealer on Route 1 South is offering 30% off MSRP on all 09, the veracruz i looked at was 38K so you can get it for 28.8
  • OK the 30% reduction on the 2009 seems odd since there is no 2009 on the US web site.
  • Anyone in Raleigh-Durham area have a recommendation on which dealer and best deal you got on the limited?
  • njblokenjbloke Posts: 6
    I am interested in a 08 GLS Veracruz. Edmunds states an MSRP of 27,795, invoice of 26,422 and a TMV of 25,834. Factoring in the 4K rebate, I should be looking at $21,834. I would like to get this for 19.5-21K - do you think this is possible? Some posters seem to have gotten 25-30% off MSRP - but usually for higher-end models. I will most likely be paying cash for this (not sure if this matters).

    Also, I am concerned about buying a one year old car. I am not sure how much the car has depreciated even though it is technically "new".

    FYI - I wanted to lease this, but the dealer I went to yesterday said no programs are available and you can only purchase a Veracruz.

    Appreciate any questions/comments. I am in Northern NJ. Thanks much!
  • rjwilrjwil Posts: 5
    I got $11k off MSRP on a sticker of $39k. Although that deal included the $2k loyalty, I think you should be able to beat the TMV by $1000-1500. You might have some trouble finding a FWD though, most I saw were the AWD.
  • selooseloo Posts: 606
    Rjwill is correct, $10-11K off the MSRP is the current target price.

    Watch out for dealers trying to pad the MSRP with ad-ons, and BS closing fees.

    One dealer tried to add $1K to MSRP and $500 in extra fees. Walk away from these clowns.

    Good Luck!
  • Need to buy another vehicle and seems my wife and I both like the AWD Limited. What Greater Cincinnati dealers are good to work with and what target price should I be looking at. Is the $10-$11k off still valid for 09's? Where are the 09's?

    Thanks for the information. :)
  • selooseloo Posts: 606
    These are 08 deals.

    Good Luck!
  • doulosxidoulosxi Posts: 3
    One dealer in Greensboro/Winston-Salem area in NC quoted me the following for a veracruz SE:

    MSRP 30,150
    REBATE 4,000
    TAX 825
    DEALER DOC FEE 597.20

    What do you think? I just found out about 2K loyalty. Should I ask for $21,500? Is this a good price? How about dealer doc fee of $597.20? I would appreciate it if someone would advise me how much I should pay for a 2008 SE. Thanks.
  • selooseloo Posts: 606
    We almost purchased a Veracruz, during our discussions with the dealer, we were able to get $10K off the MSRP. The Doc Fee is a padding fee for the dealer's pocket. During our talks, the dealer offered to cut the fee in half.

    I believe $20,500 with all dealer fees is a fair price. It depends on the dealership, one dealer was ready to give me $10K off deal, the dealership in the next town offered a $6K off deal for basically the same car. There is a lot of factory to dealer $ in Hyundai deals.

    Good Luck!
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