$5K was the take for the Forte. I bought it with 70K miles on it. I had to get that Forte because my Sonata Hybrid got totaled in an accident and I quickly needed to get another daily driver for cheap.I remember it being a bit higher than the $23K. Not much for the Forte at all.
Sounds about right, I pay $404 for mine, 6k down, 3.25% interest, streched for 6 years. Total amount financed was 27k after taxes and fees...the fact that my 6k down paid pretty much ONLY taxes and fees ****** me off lol26k for mine before taxes and fees.
Monthly payment is $365 with 5k down and a 5% interest rate
Daaammmmnn!! That dealership did you dirty my guySounds about right, I pay $404 for mine, 6k down, 3.25% interest, streched for 6 years. Total amount financed was 27k after taxes and fees...the fact that my 6k down paid pretty much ONLY taxes and fees ****** me off lol
Nah up here that's how much it is. Everything in New England is more expensive because people think we're friggin rich lol, Also, included in fees was an extended warranty AND the maintenance package which was I think like 4k for both or close to it. Extended warranties aren't cheap lolDaaammmmnn!! That dealership did you dirty my guy
Here in california bought 2 weeks ago (luckily no markup). msrp was 28685.. red gt-line fwd premium package financed for 27k w/5k down and 5 yr maintenance plan $405/month 6 years.. love the car, should have forced them to install a home link though.. pain in the a** with manual garage opener..
Same as most, $29k awd gt line, fully loaded with all safety features, panoramic sunroof, etc. I bought it in NY and was given a break on my lease...$160/mo
No trade in. Only put 1k down. It's the GT that was for the showroom floor that has all the features you can get.Wow, that's quite a hefty sum for the car... 🙁 Did you get any dealer incentives and Kia discounts with it? Also, did you have a trade-in to pad the cost?