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oskidunker1oskidunker1 Member Posts: 213
edited March 2014 in Hyundai
Give me your impressions, tell me what you had and if there are any dissapointments with Hyundai


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    cdmuilecdmuile Member Posts: 152
    In March of 06 I traded my 01 Jaguar S Type on my Azera Limited Ultimate(sp?). I couldn't be happier. The Azzie's ride is a little softer, but it isn't marketed as a sports sedan. It has some things as standard equipment that aren't even offered on the new S Type. I do miss the thick Connaly leather. I don't know how Hyundai can offer an automobile of this quality for the going price....and, the price is heavily discounted in some areas?
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    oskidunker1oskidunker1 Member Posts: 213
    I have a car coming off of lease around 10/1 and will be in the market for an Azera then. Now the rebate is $1,000. any chance of $2,000? How much availabilty will there be? I have heard there are not many around now
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    dborthdborth Member Posts: 474
    RE. # 3: "Now the rebate is $1,000. any chance of $2,000?"

    The rebate is subject to change monthly, check their official webpage around the 2nd of each month. More important is the "lease cash", in addition to the rebate. When you check you will often notice a specified monthly lease payment or "see dealer". The combination made my Azera lease deal last October a no brainer.

    Good luck.
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    oskidunker1oskidunker1 Member Posts: 213
    I would really rather not lease. Thats what I have been doing with Audi for the last 10 years. I always owe alot of money at the end because I don't buy enough miles. Was thinking of an all cash purchase this time with no financing.Is this a bad idea with Hyundai?
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    bhmr59bhmr59 Member Posts: 1,601
    Paying cash with no financing is normally the less expensive way to go. However, Hyundai sometimes offers a rebate for financing with HMFC in addition to any other rebates that may apply.

    If that is the case when you buy, you could finance a few thousand $ and then pay the note in full shortly thereafter. If you get a $1K rebate for financing with HMFC and wind up paying a total of $100 in interest, you'd be ahead by $900. You have to explore ALL the payment options at the time you buy.
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