"I want my SAV!"
August? Ug! And here it is June 1st and no pricing or proper build site listing details and options...
My fear is that the first handful will also be full MSRP plus dealer addons like undercoating and window etching non-negotiable to bump up the street price, meaning it may be January before you can get one at a decent discount. Hmmm...Near the end of this video the Hyundai rep claims they should appear in dealerships in the August time frame (in Canada), specifically "all out" in the market by late August.
I assume this too. There is no way your getting a discount on a new NEW vehicle. Pricing always follows supply vs demand... and that table will be tipped in the favor of the dealer for the first few months no doubt.My fear is that the first handful will also be full MSRP
My fear is that the first handful will also be full MSRP
Yep, me too... I've got a hard time paying MSRP for anything, especially a Hyundai. That's not a dig on Hyundai, I've bought a few, but we all know resale value isn't one of their strong points. By getting a good deal up front you're limiting that issue, at least a little.I assume this too.
On my Elantra Sport the dealer had $1,400 worth of completely nonsense add-ons and they acted shocked when I said I wasn't going to pay for any of it. The tint they had listed for $500 wasn't even actually done, and the first thing I did when I got home was remove the pin striping they added for $400. $200 for nitrogen in the tires? Geez... I guess it works on some people or they wouldn't keep doing it.That dealer add-on junk is going to vary from dealer to dealer as their F&I department attempts to generate max profit out of suckers. So just shop at a dealer who doesn't play that game.
Yep. They're located in Killeen, TX which is a big army base town (Fort Hood). It's a HUGE mega dealer, Hyundai, Ford and VW. I suspect they get a lot of young service folks who are away from home with some money in their pockets for the first time in their lives and don't have a clue... sad.Wow that dealer add on receipt is literally the list of stuff you should NEVER pay for clearly a complete scum-bag dealer
I think the Hampton Grey is close to the color of the 21 Elantra (Amazon Grey). I just saw one the other day. It's not a bad color but it is flat.Hampton Gray is a current Santa Fe color -- I thought it looked good until I saw it in person -- kind of a flat gray and not as appealing as some other gray colors, but then again it is in the eye of the beholder.
This is one of the reason I didn't give them a dime. I'm not paying to be on a mailing list. I worked in marketing for many years and wasn't taking the bait.I'm starting to lose patience in Hyundai not rolling out pricing after taking our "insider" interest deposits that really don't appear to mean much of anything when you read the fine print (other than giving them an indication of interest).