I didn’t need an answer to my Veloster inquiry...the deal was already closed with another store. This phone call came in about 5 days after I communicated by phone and email with a specific salesperson requested a price and never got it. I assumed they weren’t interested and moved on.
Not in this case...there was no related Hyundai dealer in Atlantic City (that's how the call was identified)
Nice... I’ve seen some sweet lowered Allroads
But that S4 Avant tho....
Absolutely not...if that is what works for you.
Finally? I have always supported Flex ownership. :D
This car might suck.
This is the unfortunate part of buying cars in FL, they all tack on those crazy dealer fees. But all the dealers do it in FL so they all work on the same playing field, you can avoid those fees...by not buying a car in FL, or GA, or VA or the Carolinas. So by the time you go up the East Coast to avoid the crazy…
Typically no...a good dealer is going to give you the most aggressive deal they can on one car or two.
Probably a little bit of both
It’s just an ad...and to me, ads are basically meaningless, quotes are what matters most. If you like that car have them send you numbers. I would much rather have a dealer put the MSRP in the ad than play games with rebates, discounts etc...and jerk someone around.
First of all, this is not my client. This column is for readers to submit their situations to a WCSYB form and we pick topics (see link at the end of the article). There is a question on the form that says “Tell us about your situation” it is purely open-ended. We just copy paste that text into the quoted post. She…
Of course, she can afford more, she has an expensive Range Rover. The point is she wants to downgrade to something more reasonable and probably use the rest of that money for something else that brings happiness.
Like 4 months
I think he is a little past that point now.
I think you may have misread the post.
I guess you could say the Seabring was its alias.