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Discussion in 'Kia Stinger in the News' started by LaserJet, May 7, 2019.
I've had several offers of ~$45.5-$46.5 for '18 GT2 AWDs in red/blue (the most common color left). Add in $12,400 lease cash, and it's around $33-34K + tax. That's around $18-19K off $53k. That's 33% off, and should be quite easy to replicate.
where are you getting $12.4k lease cash for a 2018?
2018 Kia Stinger Incentives and Rebates | Autobytel.com
10,400 on a 24-month lease + $1K + $1K..
some of those rebates can't be stacked with lease deals and I'm sure that money factor on a 24 month lease would be absurdly high.
Yeah, point us in the direction of the dealer that's eating $7-8k from MSRP before rebates...
Both of the $1k rebates apply. Plus, if you quality for loyalty / conquest, that's another $3k off..
Check out dealers with old 2018 stock.. GT2 AWDs in red are like half the remaining stock..
I know for a fact you can't combine the conquest with loyalty and you can't combine either with the lease cash. The other $1k rebates I have no idea. You could probably get one at around $40k after rebates, $33k? Yeah right, not for one with less than 100 miles anyway.
I bought in New Jersey a 2018 premium plus for $38,000 Pearl white. I’m guessing you have to have great credit, put down ($4,500).
Well...., for some people it did happen. My buddy got both on his Stinger deal last year when we were all wondering how the heck they were doing that and others also mentioned here that they did. It was a fluke on the site for a few days that you could select it and some folks were lucky enough to have it honored. My 2018 was around $13,400 off with dealer discount when I bought it. If they still have a lot of 2018s left out there, I would figure them wanting to get rid of them now.
I know you can't combine loyalty and lease. Since I don't qualify for either, I have not really looked into combining with lease cash, but I believe it can be done (one of them). One of the $1k rebates is the old "AWD" cash, and the new one is for the "summer sale" for older models.
There's $10,400 lease cash + $1k awd + $1k "summer sale" cash for all 2018 gt2 awds. Dealer invoice is around $47,500, I think. That's $35K right there. Are you claiming no dealers are willing to sell 1.5 year old cars at invoice? I got an offer of $5k off MSRP in Modesto just 2 weeks ago after a 2 minute chat on a 2018 GT2 AWD in red.. Others in SoCal offered $46,500 without much negotation. Subtract $12,400 and do lease buyout. Add loyalty / conquest on top of you qualify.
Hi, Patricia. Welcome to the forum!
If that's out the door, that's not too bad. But if you have to add on taxes and fees on top of that, the dealer got top dollar out of you. It's only money. If you can afford it, enjoy the car and don't worry about somebody else getting their car for less; that would be envy, and I'll quote Elwood P. Dowd. "That's envy, my dear. There's a little bit of that in all of us. And that's too bad."
Mine was brand new. Motion Kia in New Jersey has one black premium left.
Higher 2 year leash cash still results in what most people consider absurdly high payments. Good for some people maybe, but probably not most.
The deal on my new '19 GT was made with 2k in rebates, 1.5 k from the dealer, over NADA for my trade, and skipping another rebate in lieu of low rate KIA financing.
Each person's situation is different.
Looking for advice. 19 GT RWD. Is this final price including tax of $35,114 a decent deal? It's about 18% off the msrp.
MSRP $ 40,350
Destination Fee Included ($995) Inc in MSRP
Dealer Documentation/Processing Fee $ 398
Dealer Discount $ (2,950.00)
Finance and Cash Rebate (3.9 66 mo's 2,750) $ (2,750)
Conquest Rebate $ (2,000)
Dealer Price $ 33,048
Tax at 6.35 not included above $ 2,066
Total Purchase Price (excl Title and Reg @125) $ 35,114
thanks in advance. Phil