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Discussion in 'Hyundai Kona Electric' started by Petrocelli, Sep 16, 2019.
Bought in December, 2019 SEL, ~$1800 below MSRP (MSRP was ~$36,300 I think)
I am in MA too and picked up an Ultimate for about $2500 off MSRP at the end of Jan. With the $7500 Fed credit plus $2500 MA rebate coming back, it is a very good deal. I was planning to buy a Limited, but I found an honest dealer who was willing to negotiate and matched my lease calc #s (a few tried to mess with me), and now I am very happy to have the heated steering wheel. Timing is everything, if they are trying to make their numbers they will be willing to work with you.
Car buying lore says that the best time to make a deal is in the middle of the week, middle of the day if possible when they are not busy with other customers, and close to the end of the month, when they are trying to make their numbers.
You can search inventory on each dealer's website. I got my best deal from the dealer with the largest inventory of Kona EVs.
And I found out they were having a sale by getting on their email list.
Was offered 33.5k + TTL for SEL Model. Are you guys seeing these kind of prices or even lower? Did Hyundai come up with MFG discounts?
That's about the deal that I got in December.
What dealership were you offered a SEL for 33.5 + TTL?
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" Choose from ~$10,000 off, a $200 monthly lease payment, or 0 APR plus ~$5,000 bonus cash"
The deals,they should've done incentives earlier to move more Bolts before Hyundai released their better built, longer range BEV trinity[Soul EV coming],plus Model 3.The lack of charging network,only time based charging options is now also competing with Model Y.