Which model are you looking to get as for the 2.0t, i see a $3000 discount whereas the v6 has a $4000 discount + $1000 additional discount if you pay cash. There is more negotiating room as these discounts come from Hyundai corporate. Your negotiating room is the MSRP price - Invoice price from the reports on page 1. (Of course the dealer needs to earn some money so you add around $300 on top of the invoice price)Thanks for all the great info. I am looking at getting a 2010 in Feb 2011, my questions are these:
1. The dealer is telling me the factory rebate is $5000 + 1000 right now, is this accurate? And in June 2010 they were offering $4000 rebates, as it is now Feb 2011 is $5000 reasonable or is there more negotiating room?
2. Also, the Hyundai web site now is offering .9% for Future Vale Financing and 0% for traditional financing, is this available with the above rebates? I there any info form Hyundai to get this info officially from them rather than the dealer?
As for your second question, the finance rates apply with the discounts (except for the $1000 discount for cash payment on the v6).
Let me know which model you are getting (base, premium, gt), (auto, manual), (2.0t, v6) and I can calculate a price for you.