Update of XG350L negotiation

Discussion in 'Hyundai Grandeur / Azera / XG' started by Robin, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. Robin

    Robin Guest

    I called a Hyundai dealership 34 miles away, spoke to sales mgr, he'll
    pay for both my remaining lease payments, and $25 over invoice. He was
    emphasizing "$25 over MY invoice, right???" That makes me nervous - how
    many versions of HIS invoice are there, and what is real? Well, I'm now
    armed with Edmunds TMV and Consumer Reports Wholesale report. Of course
    I'll call back my first dealer, the local one, to see if he'll match or
    do better (can they sell it to you under invoice, maybe make my next
    mortgage payment? If they do, I'll call a third dealer and ask them to
    throw in a high definition 36" TV).

    I hate this telling one guy I'm on my way over, and then calling another
    dealer to see if they can beat the price. But this is their very
    distasteful game, not mine, ie. "I can't believe the sales manager
    agreed to that, he's NEVER done that before".
    Robin, Feb 22, 2004
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    wamaruna Guest

    Note that "their invoice" may well include $500 or so for advertising
    wamaruna, Feb 22, 2004
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    Briggs Guest

    First, if this had been posted by someone else, think about what your
    response would be. I would bet that the deal they'd make today would be the
    deal they'd make in a month. Don't rush into ANYTHING if you're not entirely
    comfortable. Do what's right for you. While I wouldn't swear that they're
    lying, they will say almost anything to make a deal today. As I also said in
    an earlier post, the closer to the end of the month, the more advantageous
    to you - they're under pressure to make their quota.

    BTW - I got my car from Glendale Hyundai in Glendale, CA, and have had a
    fairly good experience with the sale and especially the service.

    Briggs, Feb 22, 2004
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