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Discussion in 'Kia Stinger Talk' started by Kia Stinger, Nov 20, 2017.
Just picked up a 18 Micro Blue GT2 AWD w/2500 miles for $38,500 before trade in.
Hey guys, what the price I should be shooting for on a base 2018 before any sort of incentives? Not looking to lease
Attached are the pricing sheet of the car in question and a print out of their claimed absolute best price
F9nz0, you should be able to get well under invoice on a 2018, before incentives. I got $1k under invoice before considering incentives, and they threw in the bumper guard / wheel locks / cargo net for free. A few others on this board have done even better. It all depends how motivated the dealer is to get rid of 2018 inventory before the new year, and Dec 31 is often considered the best day of the year to buy a car, for that reason. Good luck!
Dealer wants to do the following deal. Should I pull the trigger or wait to see what the incentives will be on Jan 3rd?
2019 GT2 Ceramic Silver w/ Nappa Red Int
Dealer Discount: -5000
Lease Cash: -6500
Doc Fee: 595
That's a good price on a 2019. You might be able to do slightly better on a 2018 if that's an option, if you don't mind having the older model year and if they have any 2018s around. If you prefer the 2019, I think it's a pretty good deal, and incentives are typically best at the end of the year and unlikely to get better on Jan 3 (but you never know).
That's the same as I paid last Monday, except I did the $2,000 finance rebate instead of lease cash. I felt like I got a good deal because they really wanted me to take the one on their lot and not make them find a different color.
It would be in my driveway>>> Lot of car for that deal.
If you don't mind me asking, why did you choose the finance rebate over the lease cash? Less of a headache? I'm honestly not looking forward to dealing with the lease buyout (if I do go through with the deal) but $6500 just seems too sweet to pass up. Even though I know you pay some of that money back in fees during the buyback process.
Is the $6500 the total amount of lease cash, no other rebates can stack? I got to $6500 on my 2018 GT purchase with $1000 cash back + $3000 conquest rebate + $2500 financing rebate. You could also get there with a Kia loyalty rebate, but not everyone will have either a Kia or a car on the conquest list.
I have a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, but the competitive (conquest) cash only applies to 18 Stingers. That will probably change on the third. Apparently the AWD bonus doesn't stack with lease cash.
Loyalty and competive cash cannot be stacked... tried working a dea with that over the last few days but they quickly corrected me
Does this look right to you all?
36-month term/10,000 miles per year
Sale Price after dealership discount: $48,630.00
Price after $6,500 Lease Cash Rebate: $42,130.00
Money Factory: .00195
Doc Fee: $595.00
Gov't Fee (Titling/Licensing/Registration): $107.50
Residual: 52% of MSRP
Adjusted Residual: $27,887.60
Monthly Payment (35 payments): $680.99/month
Also, If I'm going to finance the buyout phase, is there any advantage or disadvantage to paying the bank or credit union the down payment vs paying it to the dealer when doing the lease?
2019 GT1 AWD
Dealer discount took it to $45,950
Lease cash of $4900 took it down to $41,050 before TTL.
2.0 GT-Line highest spec. Ringgit Malaysia RM264888.00 included tax
equivalent USD 64054.10
fck malaysian government for the stupid tax and expensive import duty.
That payment is $80 too high, the dealer is padding something. Also wait a bit, the new lease incentives are higher.
$38,605 before TTL for a 2019 GT1 all wheel drive, ceramic with red interior. MSRP was $49,010.
For purchase or lease?
Wow!!!! Discussed same issues with my wife’s cousin in the Philippines, any car becomes a luxury.
Jimmer, it was on a lease but to be bought out. The $4900 lease cash was a better deal.
You got a great deal! Just to compare my numbers to yours, my $41,050 did not include my down payment or first months lease payment. Does yours?