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[Hyundai] Hyundai rebate program for military, veterans, and their families (up to $1,500 off the purchase or lease after taxes)

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[Hyundai] Hyundai rebate program for military, veterans, and their families (up to $1,500 off the purchase or lease after taxes)

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Hyundai launches new Military Appreciation Program
http://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/hy ... 49533.html
MARKHAM, ON, July 4, 2017 /CNW/ - Hyundai Auto Canada has launched a new rebate program to show its appreciation for Canadian military with up to $1,500 off the purchase or lease of a new Hyundai vehicle after taxes. The Hyundai Military Appreciation Rebate Program is open to active military and veterans as well as their family members living in the same household. Further, the rebates are in addition to all in-market retail purchase incentive programs at the time of sale.

The program applies to nearly every vehicle in the Hyundai line-up.

Vehicle, Vehicle Type, Military Rebate (after taxes)
Accent, Subcompact, $500
Ioniq Hybrid (excluding EV, PHEV), Eco sedan, $500
Veloster, 3-door sporty car, $500
Elantra, Compact sedan, $750
Elantra GT, Compact 5-door, $750
Sonata (including Hybrid), Intermediate sedan & hybrid, $1,000
Tucson, Compact SUV, $750
Santa Fe Sport, Compact SUV, $1,000
Santa Fe XL, Intermediate SUV (6/7 passenger), $1,500

To qualify, customers must provide to a Hyundai dealer a copy of their Military ID or Membership Card as well as copy of a driver's license with a matching address. The program began July 1 and will be available until further notice.
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dysonlu wrote:
Jul 4th, 2017 4:14 pm
The incentives they offer have already been exorbitant (14.4% of average transaction price) but sales still crashed. They might as well have a "Human Appreciation Program".

http://wolfstreet.com/2017/07/04/us-aut ... rmageddon/
@dysonlu, you posted about the U.S. market

In Canada, Hyundai sales are down 15% this year.

"Aside from FCA, the only other manufacturer that failed to grow its sales in June was Hyundai, down 15 per cent. Meanwhile its sister company Kia advanced nine per cent, driven by 71-per-cent-higher Sportage sales and a huge 161 per cent spike for the Sedona minivan. "
from http://www.autonews.com/article/2017070 ... /307049936
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I am interested in this deal. If I was to email dealerships with the criteria and price I'm looking for, would I include this military discount in that email or would I just show my ID card when I went to sign the deal?

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