The other posters information is correct.
But on the assumption that you would at least look at a little more car,
right now, the incentives on an '09 Sonata are as good as you will ever
see - and they are even better than the incentives on an '08. There is a
$2000 rebate PLUS a $1500 valued owner coupon for anyone who already owns a
Hyundai - whether or not they even trade their old car in. And that applies
to all trim lines.
The current Sonata, in both 4 and V6 versions, is one seriously good car.
And with the incentives, it may be the best time ever to get one.
On Thu, 5 Mar 2009 15:25:32 -0600, "Rev. Tom Wenndt"
Thanks, for $17K the Sonata looks very good. Because of work
uncertanties, my plan is to buy an Accent for cash, but the Sonata may
be too good a deal to pass by.
My urgent need to buy a new vwhicle has passed. When I had new tires
put on a few weeks ago, they didn't tighten the lug nuts fully on the
right front wheel. The shaking I thought was from a failing suspension
component was just a wheel wobbling. It was a close call.
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