Need more info. The GLS starts at 14,100, but you can add automatic for
about $1000 and option packages to add another $2650 so the actual sticker
may be $17,500. So, if the sticker is on the high side, it may be a good
deal, if the sticker is $14,100 then the upper 14's is not a good deal.
They will try to sell you all sorts of add on exterior and interior
treatments, lo-jack, and other stuff that you must resist. There may be a
conveyance fee for the tags too.
Check t he prices on the Hyundai web site There is also a $2000 rebate,
plus the discount from the dealer. I'd think you should be able to buy
$2500 to $3000 under the sticker depending on how bad they want to make the
The sticker was $17,xxx, I think. Iwas just there for a test drive
to see how quiet it was, and handling. The salesman mentioned the
$2,000 Hyundai rebate, but said nothing about a dealer discount, but
must have included it, since his price was more than $2,000 lower
Going to check the Hyundai website now.
GLS starts at 14,100, but you can add automatic for
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