Good deal or not for 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe


smetzler
04-09-2014, 05:46 AM
Dealership offered $13,998 (final offer) for 2011 Santa Fe GLS. That includes $2,000 for my 2006 Toyota Corolla (which is paid off).

However, I then decided I am not going to trade in my Corolla since I thought the $2,000 was too low.

They will not budge on the price of $15,998. It still seems like a good deal with the items they added (brakes, battery, tires, air filter), but it bothers me that will not budge on the sticker. Maybe it is a good deal with the price as is.

They did the normal we are only making $95 or so on the deal routine.

It has the following:

50,082 miles, AWD, Bluetooth, Plus standard items

Looks clean, well taken care of.

They put on new front/back breaks, tires, battery, and air filter.

It is a motor trend certified car.

Carfax checked out OK.

Just trying to see if a good deal or not.

Thank you.

Shawn

smetzler
05-01-2014, 06:48 AM
Thomas:

Thank you for the feedback. That makes me feel better since I had purchased the car.


I also tried about five different car dealerships and no one will budge on the used car prices. The indicate since the price is on the internet it is the lowest price and cannot be negotiated. Almost anything can be negotiated, but it seems that is how user car buying is proceeding (at least in my experience).

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