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Good Price for a Kia Stinger GT

Goodsite777

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Hi there, I'm looking to buy a kia stinger GT AWD 2021. My current offer is at $36,316 before taxes, docs, and plates which gets me an out the door of 40,500 roughly. Zip code is 60067 (Chicago area). Should I look for a lower price or does this seem fair? Thanks for the help!
 

Blueangel

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I paid roughly $35K before taxes for 2020 GT AWD so it sounds reasonable. Any accessories included?
 

MerlintheMad

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Howdy and welcome. If you don't buy soon, the price of a genuine GT "base" will go up: since this is the last year for that trim (according to Korean car blog). :D
 

WRXtoStingerGT

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Why do people say what they "roughly paid" before taxes? Or before added cost of delivery or processing fee? This information is comically misleading and borderline useless...

List what your final paid out the door price was... and the zip code allocated to the purchase... along with the specific year, trim, new/used/cpo, options listed, etc...

Saying you got a 2020 GT2-AWD, for example, for only $30k before the 4% tax and $5000 processing + delivery + come over for dinner fee is stupid...

My goodness lmfao...
 

stasek

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raymond kia antioch, msrp $43,475. on cars.com listed for about 36,500
Are they giving you 2 rebates ($2000 Bonus cash and $2500 stand alone cash)? Either way, with this high (for GT) MSRP, it looks like a decent deal (considering the current state of car buying market). Just watch out for BS add-ons the finance manager will try to push, and you should be ok .
 

stoopid

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That's like $2500 less than I paid for mine (with a few dealer addons), so I'd say it's a very good deal. As Stasek says, watch out for any maneuvering. Figure out your loan situation before going back if you can. If you're trading in and that hasn't been factored in yet, then you're not really done negotiating as they'll likely be low balling you to make up some of that $2000-3000 difference.
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Hi there, I'm looking to buy a kia stinger GT AWD 2021. My current offer is at $36,316 before taxes, docs, and plates which gets me an out the door of 40,500 roughly. Zip code is 60067 (Chicago area). Should I look for a lower price or does this seem fair? Thanks for the help!
That a pretty good deal. You might get it down around $35-$35,500 range using the "i'll buy it right now if you..." close on the dealer. Remind them that if they treat you right, you'll keep bringing your car there for service. Dealerships make more money in service departments than they do in sales anymore. Most dealers these days are keen to move units.
I work as an auto broker so, I usually save my deeply discounted offers for the last week of the month. Stingers however being lower demand cars you may be able to get a better pricing by simply committing to buy then and there.

Feel free to call or text me at 970-889-9835 if you have buying questions.
 

2swoosh

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Just picked up a black 2021 GT1 yesterday (NJ) MSRP $49k OTD for roughly $46k includes tax, etc.. car is more than what I expected for a 3rd DD. Will do a few FBOs that will enhance the performance without affecting the warranty, anyone can steer me into it? t y
 

Blueangel

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Just picked up a black 2021 GT1 yesterday (NJ) MSRP $49k OTD for roughly $46k includes tax, etc.. car is more than what I expected for a 3rd DD. Will do a few FBOs that will enhance the performance without affecting the warranty, anyone can steer me into it? t y
Intakes, custom exhaust, sway bars, occ shouldn’t affect warranty. If you’re looking into a tune such as JB4, have to remove before going into the dealership for maintenance/routine visits
 

Nocostinger

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Just picked up a black 2021 GT1 yesterday (NJ) MSRP $49k OTD for roughly $46k includes tax, etc.. car is more than what I expected for a 3rd DD. Will do a few FBOs that will enhance the performance without affecting the warranty, anyone can steer me into it? t y
Be ready to strip off aftermarket stuff if you have any issues. Keep in mind some Kia service writers have zero mechanical experience and some of their techs may be brand new. Not a bad thing but, you may need to steer them a little.
 
Why do people say what they "roughly paid" before taxes? Or before added cost of delivery or processing fee? This information is comically misleading and borderline useless...

List what your final paid out the door price was... and the zip code allocated to the purchase... along with the specific year, trim, new/used/cpo, options listed, etc...

Saying you got a 2020 GT2-AWD, for example, for only $30k before the 4% tax and $5000 processing + delivery + come over for dinner fee is stupid...

My goodness lmfao...
This information is actually more accurate to what people need as taxes, dealer fees, and all the other bull a dealership adds on can differ tremendously. OTD price is more misleading entirely.

MSRP compared to the price you pay for "just" the car is what people need to see so they can determine if it's a good deal..

OP, if MSRP is $43k and you are getting a listing at $36k, I would say that is a great deal! After all fees/taxes applied and you're under the MSRP of the car, you technically already have equity in it. Beware though, depreciation is REAL lol Stinger GTs and above are holding value pretty well and I think it will hold steady as more and more people learn about this car and the value it brings to the table.

For reference, I have a '20 GT RWD and I paid $35.7k for mine. MSRP is $41k. I'd say I got a deal as well. Pull the trigger ;)
 

WRXtoStingerGT

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This information is actually more accurate to what people need as taxes, dealer fees, and all the other bull a dealership adds on can differ tremendously. OTD price is more misleading entirely.

MSRP compared to the price you pay for "just" the car is what people need to see so they can determine if it's a good deal..

OP, if MSRP is $43k and you are getting a listing at $36k, I would say that is a great deal! After all fees/taxes applied and you're under the MSRP of the car, you technically already have equity in it. Beware though, depreciation is REAL lol Stinger GTs and above are holding value pretty well and I think it will hold steady as more and more people learn about this car and the value it brings to the table.

For reference, I have a '20 GT RWD and I paid $35.7k for mine. MSRP is $41k. I'd say I got a deal as well. Pull the trigger ;)
Okay... but if the MSRP is $43k and he is getting a listing at $36k and yet other people in the same zip code are getting a listing for $34k... you see what I am saying?

Knowing the zip codes means you know what the sales tax is... and the market value in the area depending on the radius of your search...

To each their own though... Just trying to help lmfao...
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2swoosh

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My MSRP for the 2021 GT1 was 49045 with my trade (17 Lexus ES 350) + cash including tax, 2500 rebate ,registration, etc.. total money I forked out is 46. I'm not sure what's the difference between the GT1 and GT2 maybe the electronic trunk release? There's no other choice as they only have one in the entire lot not even a used one. So far I'm loving it.
 
Okay... but if the MSRP is $43k and he is getting a listing at $36k and yet other people in the same zip code are getting a listing for $34k... you see what I am saying?

Knowing the zip codes means you know what the sales tax is... and the market value in the area depending on the radius of your search...

To each their own though... Just trying to help lmfao...
I see what you're saying. If in the same zip and there's a 2k price difference, there's an issue.

When determining if someone is getting a good deal or not, it's always safe to look at selling price compared to MSRP. I know this 'cause I use to sell Hyundai/Genesis vehicles. You're breaking down by location which is just more in-depth, minus the OTD price.
 

ChaneRZ

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To give you an idea. I got mine at San Jose CA MSRP 2020 GT 41240. OTD price 37k flat. I leave intakes and exhaust for service and the rest off.
 

WRXtoStingerGT

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I see what you're saying. If in the same zip and there's a 2k price difference, there's an issue.

When determining if someone is getting a good deal or not, it's always safe to look at selling price compared to MSRP. I know this 'cause I use to sell Hyundai/Genesis vehicles. You're breaking down by location which is just more in-depth, minus the OTD price.
Yuppers! :)

That is exactly my point. Focus on the difference in pricing from MSRP but also remember to factor in the cost of whatever location a person is in. Buying any normal economy vehicle, for example, will normally be more expensive in New York city or Beverly Hills than in some rural part of Virginia or Louisiana... but certain parts or even certain states seem to just upcharge regardless... things always seem to be more expensive "just because" even adjusted for tax rate in California and New York... probably since they are Socialist States lmfao!
 
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