G70 Deals - Kinda

genesis
sedan

#1

Didn’t want to be slaughtered in the marketplace but I get a bunch of people asking about G70’s so here you go!

G70 AWD 2.0T ADVANCED
MSRP: $38,245
REBATES: $2,000
RV:51%
$439 + TAX

G70 AWD 2.0T ELITE
MSRP: $43,125
$499 + TAX

G70 AWD 2.0T PRESTIGE
MSRP: $46,520
$539 + TAX

G70 AWD 2.0T DYNAMIC
MSRP: $47,240
$549 + TAX

G70 AWD 2.0T SPORT
MSRP: $48,565
$566 + TAX

G70 AWD 3.3T PRESTIGE
MSRP: $51,620
$599 + TAX

G70 AWD 3.3T SPORT
MSRP: $52,725
$616 + TAX

If you qualify for the competitive owner you get an additional $1k off.

I was allowed to do better deals last week until I did too many of them :man_shrugging:


#2

Agree that these aren’t necessarily great, but the fact you already have access to these, with some under $500/mo, is pretty good. Saw one this weekend (rarity) and they’re pretty!


#3

Even right now, with competitive owner + just a tad bit more discount that $38k G70 becomes $399 + Tax and all of the sudden I think its a great Value amongst the Giulia, S60, 3- Series, etc

They drive really great, decent interior, just really tiny!


#4

Got anything reasonable on a G80/90 k900?


#5

Buy a used k900 for dirt cheap


#6

Good luck finding a used 2019, or a deal on one when you do find it.


#7

oh. didn’t realize it was all new for 2019


#8

Yeah I’ve been scouting SoCal area for K900’s and most Kia dealers have none at all or maybe 2 at best. Meaning no dealer discount whatsoever. Kia has that nice $7400 rebate on them, but the money factor and residual is terrible.


#9

Moving this to the Marketplace. This is for “the heart wants what the heart wants” people.


#10

how much DAS?


#11

How about stating where these deals are for?


#12

@Jon Ah jeez, here comes the hate from the marketplace, I can feel it haha…

@Azure First month, doc fee, and registration!

@CaptQ Program for the G70 is national so numbers are valid all over, personally we’re based out of Chicago


#13

No, sorry! The G80/G90 are ugly leases!


#14

Slightly higher price than what I’ve expected.
Hoping the overall price gets dropped in the upcoming months to range $370 - $440.


#15

Nah. Anyone who’s been watching these knows they’re rough to hack right now, and have been since 2017. These are good data points :slight_smile:


#16

Been thinking about that. 1/3 the sticker price with 20 some thousand miles…


#17

Pm me. I’m also looking into the K900


#18

Any recent grad incentives?
Also how many miles per year? Been interested in this car and honestly these are the best leases I’ve seen so far…


#19

I hate to see Genesis lease deals because they are horrible. When people ask about Hyundai Genesis leases I tell them instead buy a used one one to two years old because they get beat up in depreciation (not as bad as my first and last Hyundai I bought in 2006 - Sonata V6 Limited - I liked it but did not love it because the thin metal gauge in the doors bothered me).
For example in SOCAL there are Genesis G80 3.8 2017’s under 30K (some low mile ones in the low $30’s) and 2018’s under $40K. 2017 G90 5.0 Ulitmates under $50K.
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#20

$400 in recent grad actually!

All leases based on 36/10k