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[Hyundai] Hyundai Cash Deals

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[Hyundai] Hyundai Cash Deals

Hyundai has various deals when paying cash.

2017 Accent L Manual 5 Door: $10,995 (NFLD, NS, NB, and PEI cash price of $9,349)
2016 Veloster Base 6MT: $14,995 (NFLD, NS, NB, and PEI cash price of $13,300)
All 2016 Sonata models: $5,000 off
All 2017 Santa Fe Sport trims excluding the 2.4L FWD: $3,000 off

Fine print says dealers can charge up to $499 in admin fees.
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$5.4k cashback on non turbo velostar. Pretty good. But only $2k on turbo. These are on 2016 models though. The maritime provinces must be really slow in Hyundai sales as it appears they offer almost 15% off more........
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Can't wait for cash deals on the 200+ miles Niro EV two years from now.

Might be my first foray into Korean cars.

NFLD = Not Fully LoaDed
NS = Non-Stick shift
NB = No Blind spot monitoring
PEI = Pedestrian Evasion instrument
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They seem to be on top for reliability for the first few years,
after that it could be a different story of course ... time will tell.

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How reliabile are these cars? Debateable $23k civic vs a much larger and supposedly more premium midsize sonata for $20k. Thoughts?
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Luyuan20 wrote:
Mar 4th, 2017 1:29 am
How reliabile are these cars? Debateable $23k civic vs a much larger and supposedly more premium midsize sonata for $20k. Thoughts?
check out carcomplaints.com or carsurvey.com or org i can't remember which.
lots of information there. or check out hyundai forums
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I got a 2013 sonata gl for $20k (-5K) and added 7yr waranty for $2100(+taxes etc) in 01/14.After 71k I've had nothing but reg mtce to do.Good solid quiet ride &200hp.This is our hwy car & a corolla for around town.No complaints other than I just had to replace the rear rotors-rust damage beyond turning.My corolla brakes(120k) are original but sonata has sat for periods of time.Good value imho for a mid size quality car with no suprises for 7yrs-140k.
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Get ready to have your car spending a lot of time at the dealer with basic maintenance (every 3000km).
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tk1000 wrote:
Mar 3rd, 2017 7:06 pm
Hyundai sales are down 12.7% compared to last year February.
from http://www.just-auto.com/news/canada-sa ... 75217.aspx

Will dealers be more aggressive this month to sell more vehicles?
karnige wrote:
Mar 4th, 2017 8:51 am
sweet hopefully we do. waiting for employee pricing or something.

Anyone know if dealers have lots of inventory or if Hyundai reduced their production?
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Luyuan20 wrote:
Mar 4th, 2017 1:29 am
How reliabile are these cars? Debateable $23k civic vs a much larger and supposedly more premium midsize sonata for $20k. Thoughts?
Just check what taxi drivers drive, and buy that if you want most reliable and reasonable to repair(i.e.: sonatas, camry, prius)
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I bought a brand new elantra and dealer wants me to come in every 6000km even though maintenance intervals are every 12000km. They forced me to get a brake check service on my 4 visit, the car had under 20000km then, and I said no. I ditched their free oil changes and did the maintain myself after that. Car still running like new.

At 70k, haven't any major issues other than I had to install an aftermarket stereo because Hyundai won't replace the oem with a broken knob.

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