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There is a strong indication that MSRP is at the horizon and the first batch of Santa Cruces is hitting the dealerships within the next few weeks.
Let's start a price thread in this crazy year where used cars are worth more than new and new cars are hard to come by.

If you purchased a 2022 Santa Cruz, please chime in and share as the following example format (your input in bold). I'll edit them into this post for best viewing experience.

  1. 2022, Limited, AWD, Blue Stone
  2. $41, 100 MSRP(before dealer add ons)
  3. Options: Carpeted Floor Mats
  4. $1, 300 Cost of dealer add ons: Premium Window Tint, Markup
  5. $42, 400 Price before Tax Title License (TTL) including incentive/rebate
  6. -3.2% Discount 1-(#5/#2)*100=% off MSRP)
  7. N/A Incentive (rebate/customer cash)
  8. $46, 003.55 Price Out The Door (OTD)
  9. N/A Trade in vehicle(year, make, model, trim)
  10. N/A Kelley blue book trade-in value
  11. N/A Trade allowance(amount given for trade)
  12. 08-13-2021 Date purchased
  13. Texas State purchased
 

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Yikes,,,,$43,579 I'd buy a Ridgeline :)
Ok I'll play
This would be my Dream Deal.... When it really happens, I'll redo this
SEL FWD $25995
$27895 OTD (Tax $1350, Doc $300, Title/License $250)
Trade Allowance $2500(after pay-off)
Cash down $1500
Fiance $23895 I have my CU ready at 3.49%
 

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Finally just joined especially to comment on that outrageous initial price. I've been waiting for the SC for many years now and have been following this site once found it last year to gather info. Also found two Ford sites for Maverick for info on their compact truck. Am greatly disappointed in the SC gas mileage but still will go with it as don't really want a truck. I put my deposit in for a Limited, initially the blue but one found out it had black interior - no way do I want a black interior, nor a black, white, silver or gray exterior, changed it to the Sage. If there is a possibility of more choices, then could change back.
Now for price, I want the thing all optioned out - Limited, AWD, sunroof, etc, Didn't think much about running boards but those shown did look nice so yeah and throw in a hitch just in case. I'm expecting mid to upper 30's. After all this is a compact truck like vehicle from an Asian company though made in good ole USA. I paid over 40k for a 2002 T-bird but that was something special, have 2012 Elantra Limited now with that great blue color and beige interior. If this thing is over 40, might re-consider.
 

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Yikes,,,,$43,579 I'd buy a Ridgeline :)
Ok I'll play
This would be my Dream Deal.... When it really happens, I'll redo this
SEL FWD $25995
$27895 OTD (Tax $1350, Doc $300, Title/License $250)
Trade Allowance $2500(after pay-off)
Cash down $1500
Fiance $23895 I have my CU ready at 3.49%
I really think Hyundai will offer some APR specials for Santa Cruz, currently every single one of their vehicle, including 2022 Tucson just came out not too long ago has 1.9% or lower APR special.
See if you qualify, 700 credit score is normally the bar to be eligible
 

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I really think Hyundai will offer some APR specials for Santa Cruz, currently every single one of their vehicle, including 2022 Tucson just came out not too long ago has 1.9% or lower APR special.
See if you qualify, 700 credit score is normally the bar to be eligible
Credit isn't a problem .I'm still working on a better rate.. Pretty sure 1.9% won't be it tho because I want to extend it a little more than 1.9% will cover, Trying to keep the payment around $350-$375 area
 

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Finally just joined especially to comment on that outrageous initial price. I've been waiting for the SC for many years now and have been following this site once found it last year to gather info. Also found two Ford sites for Maverick for info on their compact truck. Am greatly disappointed in the SC gas mileage but still will go with it as don't really want a truck. I put my deposit in for a Limited, initially the blue but one found out it had black interior - no way do I want a black interior, nor a black, white, silver or gray exterior, changed it to the Sage. If there is a possibility of more choices, then could change back.
Now for price, I want the thing all optioned out - Limited, AWD, sunroof, etc, Didn't think much about running boards but those shown did look nice so yeah and throw in a hitch just in case. I'm expecting mid to upper 30's. After all this is a compact truck like vehicle from an Asian company though made in good ole USA. I paid over 40k for a 2002 T-bird but that was something special, have 2012 Elantra Limited now with that great blue color and beige interior. If this thing is over 40, might re-consider.
Maybe the market will adjust itself.
One example that I notice a year ago is the Kia Telluride, MSRP fully loaded $46k, but people were paying $5k over sticker for it.
Toyota Highlander fully loaded $52k, but most would get discounted $3k
that kinda brought them to the same price level.

I'm sure if SC gets priced too high, we will see dealer discounts reflecting the perceived value
 

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Reserving my place on the first page. Updating as figures come in, unless pricing makes me too sick, then I'll bail.

  1. 2022, Limited, AWD, Sage Gray
  2. $40,120 MSRP(before dealer add ons)
  3. Options: N/A
  4. $1,145 Cost of dealer add ons: Tow Hitch, Side Steps, (Maybe crossbars)
  5. $42, 450 Price before Tax Title License (TTL) ($1,185 added for Destination) including incentive/rebate
  6. 0.0% Discount 1-(#5/#2)*100=% off MSRP)
  7. N/A Incentive (rebate/customer cash)
  8. $44, 114 Price Out The Door (OTD) (Sales Tax 5.5%= 1564.75, Title/License=$250, Doc Fee=$100, Taxable Fees = $123)
  9. 2019 Cruze Trade in vehicle(year, make, model, trim)
  10. ~$14,000 Kelley blue book trade-in value
  11. N/A Trade allowance(amount given for trade)
  12. 08-##-2021 Date purchased
  13. WI/MO State purchased
Base on the info I have so far.
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Best guess MSRP estimate O-T-D pricing for my build (continuously being edited):

2022 HYUNDAI SANTA CRUZ SE AWD - BLUE STONE
$23,990 Base SE
$1,500 AWD option
$195 Carpet mats (CF - listed on my build)
$1,185 Destination fee
$26,870 MSRP
$2,082 Local sales tax at 7.75%
$80 Maximum California documentation fee
$407 License fee
$29,439 Out-The-Door

:love: Considering my budget limit is $30,000 I'm sure happy pricing came in where it did!

SO I THOUGHT. STEEALERSHIP WANTS $41,034! :mad:

FORCED TO WALK AWAY IN DISCUST!!!
 

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dang, we're pretty closed to the revealed prices. I wonder if Hyundai product/marketing folks are reading this thread and came up with those numbers🤣
 

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dang, we're pretty closed to the revealed prices. I wonder if Hyundai product/marketing folks are reading this thread and came up with those numbers🤣
Soldthetaco,
It helps Dad was in the new vehicle dealership business all his life. Learned not to sweat the small stuff like loan rate, monthly payment, lease vs buy, MPG, blah, blah etc. If you want the vehicle you desire the numbers will fall into place. Car buying for most remains an emotional response beyond pure $$.
 
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