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[Kia Canada] 0% financing for 84 months for Kia Sportage and Sorento

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[Kia Canada] 0% financing for 84 months for Kia Sportage and Sorento

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I'm in the market for a new SUV and saw that Kia had some really good financing offers.
Kia has been stepping up their game lately with nice features/good value for their vehicles.

no other car manufacturer is offering 0$ financing for 84 months. This makes Kia extremely attractive.

*note - I saw that Kia is launching their new Seltos in Canada next year so I think I may wait to buy that one instead as it looks awesome
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Jan 20, 2013
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The price of 0% financing is just built in. You forego the up to $6000 in cash discounts. Still not a bad deal.
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No way should anything other then a house financed for 84 months be put in a hot deal section unless it’s free.
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84 month financing is a terrible idea. You’ll be well into large ticket maintenance items well before you have it paid off.
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0% financing is a steal, instead of putting the cash up front you can put the money towards an investment.
if you pay cash you are missing out on your opportunity cost for having cash in the first place
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jobooie wrote: 84 month financing is a terrible idea. You’ll be well into large ticket maintenance items well before you have it paid off.
We found this not to be the case. 2012 hyundai elantra.
100k service which includes the belts. Otherwise, zero large ticket maintenance
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Feb 28, 2015
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pleebent wrote: 0% financing is a steal, instead of putting the cash up front you can put the money towards an investment.
if you pay cash you are missing out on your opportunity cost for having cash in the first place
Or save $6000,put 0 down and get 2.49% financing. Your logic makes absolutely no sense!
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One thing you need to avoid when doing these deals ..........do NOT pay full MSRP or you are getting hosed.
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skoalman123 wrote: Or save $6000,put 0 down and get 2.49% financing. Your logic makes absolutely no sense!
ok i agree, paying cash and getting $6k discount is a better deal.
but without the $6k, i would always choose the 0% financing
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DanielM491 wrote: We found this not to be the case. 2012 hyundai elantra.
100k service which includes the belts. Otherwise, zero large ticket maintenance
I have '13 Elantra still going strong. Pretty sure the Koreans are very competitive with Japanese these days.
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Dec 23, 2008
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If you can negotiate a discount on top of 84 months, it's good. I have 2 KIAs both on 84 months 0% and about 3000$ off.

I have no problem putting it on 84 months because every year it gets less expensive due to raises in salaries (most jobs anyway)
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My sister in-law just got a Mitsubishi RVR for $0 down, 0% financing. When we first walksd in we didn't mention we were interested in that and negotiated down the price down about $3500 off the initial asking price. Then financing was based on that amount and if is an open loan so she can pay if off sooner. We went to KIA but there was no $0 offer and it was 2.99% with $2000 down.
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May 4, 2014
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Mississauga, ON
If you need to finance a car for 84 months maybe you can’t afford the car...just saying
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baqir96 wrote: If you need to finance a car for 84 months maybe you can’t afford the car...just saying
you could always finance for a shorter period and still get the 0%. but why not do 84 months?
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plznote wrote: The price of 0% financing is just built in. You forego the up to $6000 in cash discounts. Still not a bad deal.
Not everyone can afford to shell out 30k plus on a new vehicle.
I have never, nor will I ever buy brand new, because the rate of depreciation is horrifying.
My daughter purchased a 2017 Kia Sportage beginning of this year, and got it for half the sale price of a 2019.
Sure there are some vehicles that hold their value a bit more, but you’ll also pay a higher sticker price for them.
Something a couple/few years old with reasonable kms is ideal.

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