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Put down a REFUNDABLE $200 deposit today to take delivery next week on a 2013 Elantra Limited with Tech Package. It's coming from the factory with three "added features" I don't really need, but are going to come with it anyway... Carpeted floor mats, first aid kit, and auto dimming rearview mirror with home link compass. The price includes two discounts, $1500 for using Hyuandai financing and a $500 "switching" discount for having currently owned a Toyota. The PRE-TAX price is $19,517. Florida sales tax adds $1308, making my final out the door price $20,825. From what I've read on this forum, this seems to be an astounding price. The salesperson I've been dealing with has been the most candid professional car salesman I've ever seen and they have sent me a line item quote in writing, along with a copy of the window sticker and dealers invoice. Really excited about my new Elantra and unless I get the shock of my life and this dealer turns out to be a crook, believe that I'm getting a really super deal. I hope it doesn't turn out to be too good to be true.
 

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the auto dimming rear view mirror is a must for me. if you drive during the early mornings when the sun rises or even when the sun sets...the sun can become a PITA when it's behind you shining at your rear view mirror.

What are your monthly payments like?
 

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the auto dimming rear view mirror is a must for me. if you drive during the early mornings when the sun rises or even when the sun sets...the sun can become a PITA when it's behind you shining at your rear view mirror.

What are your monthly payments like?
I must confess that the price WAS too good to be true. There was a a little confusion about which car was being ordered. The dealer had to obtain the car because they didn't
have the color I wanted. When it came in, it did NOT have tech package. There's a reason that the saying is "too good to be true". I did not accept the car and they re-ordered the one I wanted. Pre-tax turned out to be $21,023. Got $1763 extended warranty and used Hyundai financing with $0 down. Monthly is almost $450 at 2.9% 60 months
 

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I just purchased mine a couple of days ago. 2013 Hyundai Elantra with Technology Package with only 6,000 miles for total of $17,500 pre-tax but $500 shipping rate from NJ to FL.

Price you get when your girlfriend's dad is an independent dealer.
 
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