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post #21 of 109 Old 02-20-2009, 12:16 PM
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I just joined this forum. You guys have the best infos on Gen Coupe. !!

I live in Vancouver BC ( CANADA) and was wondering is there any Canadian dealers in this forum?
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So far i have been quoted 22450, for the base 2.0t Coupe. This was at Roseville Hyundai in California (throw a rock and hit Sacramento)

I know i know... i need to introduce myself... i will...
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I just joined this forum. You guys have the best infos on Gen Coupe. !!

I live in Vancouver BC ( CANADA) and was wondering is there any Canadian dealers in this forum?
Welcome! Thanks for joining tell us a bit about yourself in the member intros.
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So far i have been quoted 22450, for the base 2.0t Coupe. This was at Roseville Hyundai in California (throw a rock and hit Sacramento)

I know i know... i need to introduce myself... i will...
Hmm, so about $450 above MSRP... just wait a bit longer and they will be going cheaper, let the early adopters pay the higher prices... and yes, introduce yourself!
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Ple1ades, thanks for the information. Can clarify some items?



Wha factory inst. equipment was installed? and It also seems since you not paying any advertising fee's for the members here we could drop the advertising fees?

Just for reference for others, MSRP for this on Hyundai's Website is $31,750 (includes freight).

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Advertising is charged by every manufacturer to the dealer and is a REAL cost. So if the dealer pays and it's in the invoice price it's a legitimate charge. This charge varies by reion and pays for all those cool ads on tv!!

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Advertising is charged by every manufacturer to the dealer and is a REAL cost. So if the dealer pays and it's in the invoice price it's a legitimate charge. This charge varies by reion and pays for all those cool ads on tv!!
Right on, thanks for the clarification...
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I can vouch for the info the 2006stiguy posted. That is every bit of information straight off the dealer invoice, copied and pasted.

There is truly less than $1500 markup from invoice price to MSRP in these cars. Many of Hyundai's vehicles have less than $1000 markup, especially Accents, so don't expect to get them too far below MSRP on the Coupes.

EDIT: Ok I looked back at his invoice and see that this car has a little more than $1500 markup. The three we are getting had no more than $1500.

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Hmm, so about $450 above MSRP... just wait a bit longer and they will be going cheaper, let the early adopters pay the higher prices... and yes, introduce yourself!
Yeah i am trying to wait... but I want a smaller car sooooo bad
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I will sell any coupe for $350.00 off MSRP to any member here to start. People off the street will pay MSRP and not a penny less as the demmand will be high and supply low. We want to sell cars fairly but also need to make a little money to pay the bills, diapers, mortgage, etc



BTW- check out the dealer margins on the 370z, charger, mustang, and camaro....no wonder they are going out of business-they try to make too much to start. Hyundai needs to mark the MSRP higher so people will see a bigger discount- frustrating to sell when these nimrods can show somuch discount for an inferior car

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I will sell any coupe for $350.00 off MSRP to any member here to start. People off the street will pay MSRP and not a penny less as the demmand will be high and supply low. We want to sell cars fairly but also need to make a little money to pay the bills, diapers, mortgage, etc
Fair is all I ask.. I havn't checked out the other forums to see how their "group buys" are working out but they always seemed to be kind of vague, like "$500 over invoice". Saying $350 under MSRP sound a lot better to me, more "Firm" of a price. Although Andy I will say I think you can do better!


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BTW- check out the dealer margins on the 370z, charger, mustang, and camaro....no wonder they are going out of business-they try to make too much to start. Hyundai needs to mark the MSRP higher so people will see a bigger discount- frustrating to sell when these nimrods can show somuch discount for an inferior car

Or Hyundai needs to lower their dealer pricing... Hyundai is making big profits right now because of the strong dollar (or weak WON however you want to look at it).
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