Just wondering if someone could help me out with an offer I received on a 2018 elantra sport automatic with the premium package because I’m pretty sure its garbage and I don’t know where to negotiate from here.
36 month / 10,000 miles per year
with $2500 down and fees rolled in they quoted me at 275 per month, If I paid for everything but the acquisition fee up front that brought it down to about 215 but would bring the upfront cost to almost $4200
Ok I’m not sure how to get into the 1% range with nothing down, I tried to push for more off the MSRP but they would not budge an inch. I had to walk out the first night and wait for call in two days for them to even get to the 24900 number, which is only really 5% off.
I am absolutely looking into two other dealers within a half hour the original one, unfortunately it doesn’t look like any of the 17’s are around anymore. When I talk to other dealers should I use the 24900 as a minimum starting price? Sorry if that’s an obvious question but this is my first car buying experience and I’m still learning the ropes.
OK, I saw you read that 159 post Elantra Sport thread. So you know where some people are getting. What area are you in? I just received a quote $270/month 3/18k miles w/ZERO down. That’s for a 2018 manual w/premium package. Mine is higher because of the extra miles. That includes a $500 BoostUP discount. No one that I’ve contacted is taking the $1000 Uber for lease now. Even with the extra miles I think I can do better.
So the range is $175-$225 or so.
I saw on Edmunds forums there are no lease programs for 2017 Elantra Sport models.
I’m in the South jersey area, do you think you were able to get a better deal because of the 6 speed? Should I focus on getting the sale price down? They were honestly offended I wanted them to go lower than 24900 they let me walk out the door without even talking to the finance guy. Am I expecting too much? 175-225 is exactly where I want to be.
I got the below quote from a dealer on a 2018 Elantra Sport Base / Manual Trans
MSRP : $24,135
Invoice price : $23,420
Selling Price : $22,405
MF rate : .00052
Residual amt : $13,032
Miles / yr : 10,000
Months : 36
Acquisition Fee : Money Down - 0
DMV fees : Less than $200 to transfer plates and less than $300 for new plates
Monthly Pmt : $239
Total Due at signing - provide breakdown (1st month, tags, etc)
1st month + tax = $1,033.58
Tax Rate - 7.375
I’m a current Hyundai / Genesis owner and I believe the dealer is holding out on the discounts on the above deal. I’d like to be around 205 / mo.
I just checked the Hyundai site and after you build a car, you can check payments lease or purchase. Looks like the lease rebate is now $4000 for the Elantra Sport. This should help you lower your cost. That’s the most I’ve ever seen for this car.