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Hyundai Sante Fe and Tucson 0% financing for 72m and 6m payment deferral

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[Hyundai] Hyundai Sante Fe and Tucson 0% financing for 72m and 6m payment deferral

It looks like Hyundai and Kia are trying to get rid of some of their inventory, so they have come back with 0% financing on some of their popular models like the Sante Fe and Tucson. If you are in the market and have decent negotiating skills, now might not be a bad time to consider one of these.

Yes, you can save significantly more by buying used, but you will generally have to pay 5.99% to 6.99% interest if requiring financing or have to pay a lot of cash upfront which takes away from any opportunity cost you could gain with having that cash.
So this might not a bad deal, especially if you can negotiate down things like destination charges or get this financing rate on a demo or last years model.
Last edited by pleebent on May 23rd, 2020 8:45 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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Darn..
I was interested in palisade
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JIB9022 wrote: Darn..
I was interested in palisade
Haha that’s one of their best sellers
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Wish it was the Kona EV
Making my money go further with RFD since 2017

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If your car makes it to 72 months without breaking down I'll be surprised.
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jacnel wrote: If your car makes it to 72 months without breaking down I'll be surprised.
toyota or honda fanboy detected.
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jp149 wrote: toyota or honda fanboy detected.
Did you see my signature ;)
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Prime banks, KMF/HMF offer these programs.

Not sure if subprime offer deferrals. Would love to know.
Good luck!
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0% is never really 0%. They just incorporate the cost of financing into the price of the vehicle. Then they tell you if you pay cash you'll get $3000 or something off.
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Mandatory no such thing as 0% financing.
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Now I wonder if you can get employee pricing for Health Care workers with 0% financing.
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jacnel wrote: Did you see my signature ;)
No love for any other Hondas besides Civics ?
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Bull Dog wrote: No love for any other Hondas besides Civics ?
Civic is my favourite but I do like the Accord too. My parents have a pilot and it’s ok but I don’t like big cars like SUVs
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So how much should I be negotiating off the sticker price
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wish it is 0% financing and 6 months payment on Hyundai - 72 months too long.
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lol people who still discredit Hyundai
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WaiL76513 wrote: wish it is 0% financing and 6 months payment on Hyundai - 72 months too long.
the norm now for financing a car is longer terms unfortunately. Cars getting more expensive and the weak dollar are to blame.
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my friend is getting .99 like 7months ago for santa fe. not sure this is a deal with the covid hanging around....l think you can expect better deals in a month or 2
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marakalastic wrote: the norm now for financing a car is longer terms unfortunately. Cars getting more expensive and the weak dollar are to blame.
Thought this pandemic would have opposite effect or are ppl purchasing cars with their cerb cheques?

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