🍎 October Hyundai Lease Thread- 2020 Elantra SE - $2000 DAS - $149 / month - $17,XXX MSRP <> And Beyond!

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2020 Elantra SE
17,XXX MSRP
$2,000 DAS
36 Months
10,000 Miles per year
$149 / Month plus tax

2020 Elantra SEL
18,XXX MSRP
$2,000 DAS
36 Months
10,000 Miles per year
$169 / Month plus tax

2019 Sonata SE
18,XXX MSRP
$2,000 DAS
36 Months
10,000 Miles per year
$219 / Month plus tax

2020 Tucson SE
$2,000 DAS
36 Months
10,000 Miles per year
$219 / Month plus tax

2020 Kona SE
19,XXX MSRP
$2,000 DAS
36 Months
10,000 Miles per year
$229 / Month plus tax

2020 Santa Fe SE
24,XXX MSRP
$2,000 DAS
36 Months
10,000 Miles per year
$249 / Month plus tax

Didn’t see anyone post this deal:
2019 IONIQ Electric

  • Lease

$109per month for 36 months with $2,500 due at lease signing
https://www.hyundaiusa.com/offers.aspx?vehicle=ioniq-electric&year=2019

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You forgot to read the huge paragraph below this “Lease special”. Its not actually $2500 DAS

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They got very tricky on the fine print on this one…

Yup me neither. I didn’t see anyone comment on the IONIQ deal @Lvs23 and @Mark.ca are asleep at the wheel …

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Ugh, man… don’t drag me into this one also:)
We already close to 400 posts on that topic.

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Anything for an Elantra N-Line… manual trans…??

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Hard car!

What are you trying to accomplish

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I have a 2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport with 24k miles and I am trying to upgrade to 2019.

Ok Let’s do it

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Lease Offer
Closed end lease for 2019 Hyundai Ioniq EV (M0502FEZ) available from 10/4/19 through 10/31/19, to well-qualified lessees. Offer valid only when financed through Hyundai Motor Finance. Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. Offer shown based on $2,500 due at lease signing (includes $109 first payment and $2,391 capitalized cost reduction in addition to $400 Dealer Contribution). No security deposit required. MSRP $31,245 (includes destination, excludes tax, license, title, registration, documentation fees, and cost of optional equipment). Third-party fees vary by state or locality. Net capitalized cost of $17,104 includes $650 acquisition fee. Dealer contribution may vary and could affect actual lease payment. Lessee responsible for insurance, maintenance, and repairs. Monthly payments total $3,924. Option to purchase at lease end $13,748 plus tax and purchase option fee. If not purchased at lease end, Lessee shall return vehicle and pay disposition fee, as well as $.20 per mile over 10,000 miles/year, and excess wear and use charges. Purchase option and disposition fees apply except where limited by applicable law. Must take delivery of new vehicle from dealer stock by 10/31/19. See participating dealer for details.

What am I missing?

This is what you’re missing

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How much would that be?

Going to vary by state, but im CA, probably $1500ish

Still not a bad deal since $2500 california rebate covers the DAS

Sure, but I bet you could coax out more than a $400 dealer discount without much effort.

These crazy deals with fine prints are meant to pull the customer in and then sell them different back end products to make up for the deep deals. We see it all day!

Trying to get a deal on a Santa Fe SEL 2.0 in Florida…

Then why post in a thread that’s dedicated to Cali deals?!?