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what the best cash deal you can get on hyundai accent?

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what the best cash deal you can get on hyundai accent?

either 5 door or 4 door accent GL automatics.
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My buddy recently (Jan 2018) bought a White 2017 Hyundai Accent 5 Door GL automatic for approximately $15K OTR in Montreal. There was 300km on it so I guess previous customers test drove it. Since he bought it on Jan 2018, he knew he was getting old stock that's been sitting on the parking lot. He also got them to throw in free winter tires, free rust proofing, and free window etching as well.
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kennyt18 wrote: My buddy recently (Jan 2018) bought a White 2017 Hyundai Accent 5 Door GL automatic for approximately $15K OTR in Montreal. There was 300km on it so I guess previous customers test drove it. Since he bought it on Jan 2018, he knew he was getting old stock that's been sitting on the parking lot. He also got them to throw in free winter tires, free rust proofing, and free window etching as well.

OTR includes all fees and taxes , right?
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btw which one is better deal? accent or elantra?
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kennyt18 wrote: My buddy recently (Jan 2018) bought a White 2017 Hyundai Accent 5 Door GL automatic for approximately $15K OTR in Montreal. There was 300km on it so I guess previous customers test drove it. Since he bought it on Jan 2018, he knew he was getting old stock that's been sitting on the parking lot. He also got them to throw in free winter tires, free rust proofing, and free window etching as well.
The dealer won't budge..... is it sold as demo vehicle?
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alexh9 wrote: I say try a different dealer.
tried both bolton Hyundai and Maple hyundai, both of them said new Accent at 15k is insanely impossible.

was your buddy having a trade-in?
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xuanzh wrote: tried both bolton Hyundai and Maple hyundai, both of them said new Accent at 15k is insanely impossible.
Maple Hyundai were a-holes... Best price I could get for both my Hyundai vehicles were at Pine View Hyundai.
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xuanzh wrote: either 5 door or 4 door accent GL automatics.
Get yourself into a Hyundai Dealership and negotiate with them to find out.

If one doesn't give you the best deal ... go to another one and then compare.

If that is not good enough ... hit a third and negotiate again.

Then take the lowest price given to you.

Simple.
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Just email multiple dealerships (ones your willing to travel to) with the same question and take the lowest two quotes and see if you can get the other to match or go lower (maybe even throw in freebies). Take the dealer that gives you the best deal.
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The dealers don't like cash deals because they get a kickback for arranging the financing (so they will accept a lower profit-margin on the vehicle). See if you can get a better deal by taking a 5-year low-interest loan through the dealership then just paying it off after 3 months. A friend did exactly this when buying an Accent and got a better price for the vehicle than an immediate purchase.

Another good option if you have cash is to look at 1 year-old low-mileage vehicles on the used lot, Hyundai has steeper depreciation than Toyota/Honda so you can get good deals like a fully-loaded SE with under 10,000km for the price of a new L.

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