I paid more (around 21 +) but got the sunrrof and cd changer. [beleive it
or not, my wife struck the deal for mine so I couldn't even watch. whats a
few bucks compared to marital bliss!] Probably typical prices ....put it
behind you anyway, and enjoy the ride.
I paid $17,200 for mine (also GLS V6) with sales tax. I believe tags and
all were another $300-$400. I did manage to get a $2000 Hyundai rebate and
other small incentives at the time. That is not a bad price at all.
That sounds pretty much in the ballpark. We paid about $16,300 for our
Sonata GLS V6 before taxes and the rest. This is the "basic" GLS
without sunroof, etc. With taxes, fees for 4-year registration, and
extending the bumper-to-bumper warrantee to 10 yrs/100,000 miles (we
plan on keeping this car a long time), total came to a little over
$19,000. Maybe could have beat the dealer down a bit more, but as it is
this seems like a lot of car for the money.
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