Hyundai Hyundai Biggest Sale Ever: 2013 Accent 4DR L $11,700, 2013 Elantra L $13,400 and More (Ends 5/25) Hyundai Biggest Sale Ever Ends May 25

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New car buyers still on the look out for the deal might want to head over to their nearest Hyundai dealer where they're running a Coast to Coast Sale until May 25. Dubbed the Biggest Hyundai Sale Ever, there are some pretty good deals available and forum responses have been very positive. Buying a new car is a tiring process but putting in the extra work will definitely yield long term savings if you do your due diligence. Here's a look at some of the promotional offers;

  • 2013 ACCENT 4DR L - $11,673.70
  • 2013 ELANTRA L - $13,373.70
  • 2013 ELANTRA COUPE GLS - $20,573.70
  • 2013 ELANTRA GT - $18,623.70
  • 2013 VELOSTER - $21,323.70
  • 2013 SONATA GLS - $25,193.70
  • 2013 SONATA HYBRID - $24,943.70

The deals are live now but the sale event ends on May 25. If you don't want to miss out, you'll need to make a trip to the Hyundai dealer nearest you very soon.

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    • 2013 Hyundai Accent L Manual: $13,191.28 Tax IN with 0% Finance is a smoking hot deal IMO if you need a simple A to B car.
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    • Interesting - Sonata Hybrid appears cheaper than Sonata GLS!
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    • Pricing is really awkward, couldn't believe they went down $5k down on a 25k car. Plus 0% is really great icing on the cake.
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    • Im thinking of picking up the Sonata GL. Any thoughts on the Sonata and is GLS worth the upgrade?
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    • Im thinking of picking up the Sonata GL. Any thoughts on the Sonata and is GLS worth the upgrade?
      We went with the GLS, felt it was worth the extra $ for options that are not as easy, cheap/clean looking when added after market.
      eg. alloy wheels, moonroof, fog lights, power drivers seat, rear heated seats and leather wrapped steering wheel/shifter.
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    • Looking at GL and GLS the price difference is $5k.
      With GLS you will get the following that GL does not have:
      -aluminum wheels
      -fog Lights
      -wiper heater
      -sunroof
      -power seat setting
      -heated rear seat
      -leather steering wheel


      Other than aluminum wheels and sunroof rest is nothing major.Overall I would save $5k and just get GL
      Also Sonata Hybrid is cheaper than GLS by $300 after taxes, so if you would want to pick GLS, just go with a Hybrid instead.
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    • 2013 Hyundai Accent L Manual: $13,191.28 Tax IN with 0% Finance is a smoking hot deal IMO if you need a simple A to B car.
      $13,191.28 on the road??????? wow
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    • Thanks for the tip guys. isajoo, how much did you get the GLS for? were you able to bargain further even with the discounts?
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    • If you want a SONATA GL, go ASAP, They need to locate the car and register it by latest monday, if not Hyundai HQ will not honor the discounts. We picked up a GL today, and there wasn't much haggle room. But we did get additional $1000 off for having another hyundai on the same address. GLS options was very tempting, but wasn't worth 5k upgrade for us. Hybrid was very tempting too with all the options come as base.
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    • I have to say, the sale structure is deceptive. Discounts are huge only on the stripper models. No question, the base prices are fantastic but most of us want some equipment, AC being a requirement. Worse still, the deal on the base model Accent is only on the stick version. That's not a problem for me but it makes a farce of the nearly $5000 hit to get into an auto model. Hyundai has been doing this for years (along with sister Kia) and it reeks of "loss leader". Get 'em into the store and upsell. I like their products (own an Optima which I'm enjoying) but this borders on unethical.
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    • I have to say, the sale structure is deceptive. Discounts are huge only on the stripper models. No question, the base prices are fantastic but most of us want some equipment, AC being a requirement. Worse still, the deal on the base model Accent is only on the stick version. That's not a problem for me but it makes a farce of the nearly $5000 hit to get into an auto model. Hyundai has been doing this for years (along with sister Kia) and it reeks of "loss leader". Get 'em into the store and upsell. I like their products (own an Optima which I'm enjoying) but this borders on unethical.
      +1 why would you buy a GL when the GLS is the car to buy...the prices aren't great once you look at a car with some features not stripped down
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    • 2013 Hyundai Accent L Manual: $13,191.28 Tax IN with 0% Finance is a smoking hot deal IMO if you need a simple A to B car.
      How good of a deal is this?. The gf is looking for a point A to B car and doesn't reall care about anything else except maybe luggage space

      EDIT: Can anyone verify if this is deal is only for cars on the lot?
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    • I have to say, the sale structure is deceptive. Discounts are huge only on the stripper models. No question, the base prices are fantastic but most of us want some equipment, AC being a requirement. Worse still, the deal on the base model Accent is only on the stick version. That's not a problem for me but it makes a farce of the nearly $5000 hit to get into an auto model. Hyundai has been doing this for years (along with sister Kia) and it reeks of "loss leader". Get 'em into the store and upsell. I like their products (own an Optima which I'm enjoying) but this borders on unethical.
      base gl comes with auto and air
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    • Looking at GL and GLS the price difference is $5k.
      With GLS you will get the following that GL does not have:
      -aluminum wheels
      -fog Lights
      -wiper heater
      -sunroof
      -power seat setting
      -heated rear seat
      -leather steering wheel


      Other than aluminum wheels and sunroof rest is nothing major.Overall I would save $5k and just get GL
      Also Sonata Hybrid is cheaper than GLS by $300 after taxes, so if you would want to pick GLS, just go with a Hybrid instead.
      Oops!
      Didn't notice that this time they are only giving the discount on certain sub models, unlike when we bought our GLS which was around $25k on the road.
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    • Wow over 20k for a Veloster?
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    • I have to say, the sale structure is deceptive. Discounts are huge only on the stripper models. No question, the base prices are fantastic but most of us want some equipment, AC being a requirement. Worse still, the deal on the base model Accent is only on the stick version. That's not a problem for me but it makes a farce of the nearly $5000 hit to get into an auto model. Hyundai has been doing this for years (along with sister Kia) and it reeks of "loss leader". Get 'em into the store and upsell. I like their products (own an Optima which I'm enjoying) but this borders on unethical.
      One more it depends on the model.
      The Sonata GL is base model with ac/bluetooth/cruise/power window and morror/keyless entry/heated front seats.
      Going with next model will add aluminum wheels and sunroof plus extras.
      Not really a big deal and still a great saving.

      Sonata Hybrid has everything you need and still $5k down.
      Didn't bother looking at any other models but there you have it, bases with all necessities.
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    • What is the outdoor price for accent out i want automatic and AC? Also, elantra outs only slight ly more expensive than accent
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    • What is the outdoor price for accent out i want automatic and AC? Also, elantra outs only slight ly more expensive than accent
      It's around $17700 OTD with auto and AC
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    • How did you price it out for $17.7k ? I think it's +tax which would make it $19.9k.

      Seems cheapest auto and ac is...
      Accent GL at $19.9k
      Elantra L at $19.6k
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