The Stinger’s a Kia product, so not Hyundai or Genesis itself. Kia actually has some decent incentives / residuals in its Stinger lease programs right now, but not enough to counter an MSRP that high and dealers that don’t want to discount. FWIW, there are a couple of lower trim levels of the Stinger that lease more attractively, but if you want the turbo-6 powertrain along with all the tech features then you land on the pricey GT2.
My Audi A5 Sportback Premium Plus, which has an MSRP of $52000, I ended up leasing for $500/mo (including tax). Zero down.
Granted, it was a test car for buyers and had 100 miles on it, but I ended up getting it out the door during the start of the pandemic at $38k. Now dealers don’t have quite as much inventory and aren’t dumping, but still, $834/mo is nuts.
GT2s used to have similar deals. You’d see the MSRP of about $52k, but many buyers here walked out with a GT2 around $38-$45k.
Also an Audi S4 I had quoted two years ago, was $650/mo, $1000 down. (Alright, it was a pre-refresh model they were dumping, but still, an S4!)
If you’re comfortable paying $834/mo, maybe consider something even nicer? You could get an Audi A7 for that kind of money…
For comparison sakes, if we look at the deal leasecompanion is offering on their A5 sportback and bump the MSRP to $52k (maintaining pre-incentive discount percentage, applying 10% tax which is appropriate for much of PA, removing MSDs so we’re talking the same cash flow as the Kia, and adding the $500 broker fee to the selling price), the monthly payment here would be about $845/mo.
Now, one could debate if a stinger gt2 or a PP+ A5 is a better vehicle, but the idea that you’re going to get into the A5 for much cheaper isn’t supported by your evidence, much less one that’s comparably equipped.
Also, please link that $834/mo A7 you’re talking about.