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URGENT:2017 hyundai elantra GLS best price?

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URGENT:2017 hyundai elantra GLS best price?

what's the possible best OTR price you can get for GLS? I am at the dealer right now.
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Jan 23, 2017
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$33,251.65 Cannot go lower. Unpossible.

Give dealer my number, he may have a gift for my assistance.
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Aug 10, 2015
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Are you gonna make a thread for each car you want the best OTR price? do your research.
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Urgency to a salesperson is like blood to a shark
When given enough time, all threads on RFD can and will go off on a tangent.
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ask for at least 2.5k off msrp for a 1 year old model.
[OP]
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urgent, let me know
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Jan 23, 2017
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New thread?

Same answer applies: $33,251.65

Give salesman my phone number for my assistance: 867-5309
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You need to give more details, but seems good if price includes zero finance rate and tax included
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elkhaze wrote: You need to give more details, but seems good if price includes zero finance rate and tax included
ok, I bought it OTR for 22300.
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Mar 9, 2014
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xuanzh wrote: ok, I bought it OTR for 22300.
OP literally just needed one person to validate his price so he could buy a car. Took 3 threads marked urgent.
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nvm
Last edited by xuanzh on Feb 24th, 2018 11:01 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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xuanzh wrote: I am a bit regret of this purchase, as I just realized that this is the 1st year of the new generation, I usually avoid first year models, how many days for cool-down that I can cancel?
Buyers remorse that fast. Shocking.

For a purchase so urgent, I'd have imagined you were leaving for a road trip by dinner time.
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Dec 27, 2011
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Glad I got my 2015 Elantra GL for 5k less.
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OKSpring wrote: Buyers remorse that fast. Shocking.

For a purchase so urgent, I'd have imagined you were leaving for a road trip by dinner time.
My bad, It's actually not first year model....
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crystallight wrote: Glad I got my 2015 Elantra GL for 5k less.
what options you got? automatic?
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You're not far off but 21500 OTR is possible for this exact car. That's the price I got for my mother in law.
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Feb 19, 2017
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Pricing it out on the website, it comes to $23,935 with the $1K pre-tax cash discount. How are people getting an addition $2-$2.5K off? Isn't that well below invoice?
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Aug 22, 2011
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OKSpring wrote: Buyers remorse that fast. Shocking.

For a purchase so urgent, I'd have imagined you were leaving for a road trip by dinner time.
I am not sure how someone can spend over $20,000 on something without researching it all, sounds made up to me.
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actually, i did that too, and committed to a purchase within 2 hours for a corolla without doing any research....i hope i don't get burned

it looks like i also left some money on the car too

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