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[Hyundai] 2017 Hyundai Elantra LE lease for $210 tax included 36 months

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[Hyundai] 2017 Hyundai Elantra LE lease for $210 tax included 36 months

This is my first post so be easy if this is not a hot deal
I just leased a new 2017 Hyundai Elantra LE Automatic transmission for $210 tax included per month for 36 months
$0 upfront charges
It includes 16000 km per year
They have a speacial offer right now on the LE trim
Buyout after 36 months is about $11000 plus tax (doesn't worth it so i will return the car after 36 months)
Each extra KM is $0.12

Update:
Anyone who is looking for 20,000 km per year
It will cost you $230.03 per month tax included
Here are the invoice photos
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How much upfront? I want to get a car for 3 years, this is way better than buying a good used one for 12k~
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Anything down? Before or after taxes? How much is the buyout after?

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$0 upfront
So total for 36 months it will cost me $7560 tax included
I will have to pay first month + licensing fee upfront
No other charges on my invoice
And i did not do any trades with the dealership so my total cost is $7560 + licensing fee
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mohammedessam wrote: $0 upfront
So total for 36 months it will cost me $7560 tax included
I will have to pay first month + licensing fee upfront
No other charges on my invoice
And i did not do any trades with the dealership so my total cost is $7560 + licensing fee
I'd say it's a pretty solid deal for sure.
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Interested in knowing more about this deal. My wife's lease is up soon and I could use a new lease at this price
That's 30 minutes away, I'll be there in 10.
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NightRain wrote: Interested in knowing more about this deal. My wife's lease is up soon and I could use a new lease at this price
Just contact any Hyundai dealer and tell them that you were offered this deal and see if they will match it

By the way I'm located in Ontario so i don't know if other provinces have the same deal or not
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Bawler wrote: Anything down? Before or after taxes? How much is the buyout after?

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They buyout after 36 months is $11000 plus tax
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I saw a Mazda 3 GX automatic for 198$ / month tx. included on leasing and it said 0$ down payment in QC.
Might have been 48 months...
I'd definitely drive a Mazda instead of Hyundai.
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raver4444 wrote: I saw a Mazda 3 GX automatic for 198$ / month tx. included on leasing and it said 0$ down payment in QC.
Might have been 48 months...
I'd definitely drive a Mazda instead of Hyundai.
Total base model maybe. Hyundai have come a long way and are every bit as good as Mazda, if not better. You need to move up to the GS Mazda 3 to have similar options to the Hyundai LE and it is significantly more expensive. Online payment estimates it would cost $125 a month more for the Mazda on a 36month lease.
That's 30 minutes away, I'll be there in 10.
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mohammedessam wrote: They buyout after 36 months is $11000 plus tax
A new 2017 Hyundai Elantra LE goes for $20,000 + tax.

You're effectively paying $186/month + tax ($6696 + tax) and a $11,000 + tax buyout which really just works out to you buying the car for $17,696 rather than $20,000. Not a bad deal at all if it's the car you want.
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Bawler wrote: A new 2017 Hyundai Elantra LE goes for $20,000 + tax.

You're effectively paying $186/month + tax ($6696 + tax) and a $11,000 + tax buyout which really just works out to you buying the car for $17,696 rather than $20,000. Not a bad deal at all if it's the car you want.
This car looks nice .. liked the blue color..
so I rent this car for 36 months and pay $186/ month After that Buy this car for $11000 ?
if I pay them $20000 CA$H (ONCE for all)any discount?

2016 Versa® Note $16000 with cash discount $4000 from the dealer .....
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To any newbie that has never leased a car before I highly recommend you get the lease protection ... it will save you at the end of the lease if you don't plan on leasing with the same company..
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NightRain wrote: Total base model maybe. Hyundai have come a long way and are every bit as good as Mazda, if not better. You need to move up to the GS Mazda 3 to have similar options to the Hyundai LE and it is significantly more expensive. Online payment estimates it would cost $125 a month more for the Mazda on a 36month lease.
Disagree. I've had hyundai and Mazda before, still own a 2013 Mazda 3 that I bought for my father, zero issues on the Mazdas. Of the 4 hyundai I know within the family, all of them got transmission issues after a while (mine was replaced under warranty, the other ones are out of warranty at around 100k mark, required a rebuild). With that said if this is a lease, I wouldn't be concerned about it at all, hyundai does make some very competitive cars for the price point.

Very solid deal for $210 tax in with $0 on delivery on a lease regardless.
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cy wrote: Disagree. I've had hyundai and Mazda before, still own a 2013 Mazda 3 that I bought for my father, zero issues on the Mazdas. Of the 4 hyundai I know within the family, all of them got transmission issues after a while (mine was replaced under warranty, the other ones are out of warranty at around 100k mark, required a rebuild). With that said if this is a lease, I wouldn't be concerned about it at all, hyundai does make some very competitive cars for the price point.
I plan on returning the car after 3 years so i should be in good shape

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