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Just leased a Cadenza with Luxury and Tech package. Black exterior white package interior.

Sticker Price: $45,155
Negotiated Price: $32,250
Months: 36
Miles: 12,000
Down Payment: $0
Monthly Payment $415

Leased in Las Vegas NV


Picking it up tomorrow.
Cant wait!
 

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No sleep tonight, did you say.
Just like Christmas eve when you were a kid.
Enjoy! I've heard the white interior has a coating to help it clean easy
 

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Just picked up my Cadenza SXL/Limited. MSRP was $43,460 (all the options) and had purchase price of $35,515. With taxes and fees would have $38,500 or $690/month. They then offered lease price of $394 (36 month) with no nothing down other than the 1st month payment. Opted to lease saving almost $295/month or $10,600 over the 3 years. Just seemed like better deal for me.
 

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Just picked up my Cadenza SXL/Limited. MSRP was $43,460 (all the options) and had purchase price of $35,515. With taxes and fees would have $38,500 or $690/month. They then offered lease price of $394 (36 month) with no nothing down other than the 1st month payment. Opted to lease saving almost $295/month or $10,600 over the 3 years. Just seemed like better deal for me.
That's a steal! I didn't have to pay first month but I gladly would have to get the limited plus a lower payment.

What state was this in? Tax rate?

As far as the white i get nervous when wearing jeans. One pair even after being washed multiple ones still transfers due to fabrics. I've been sitting on a tshirt when wearing these pants but forgot a few times. No dye transfer yet. All other jeans have not been a problem and the passenger seat is still good.

Of course its only been about two weeks now so we will have to wait for the long term results.
 

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I've had my car with the white package for a year now. I've cleaned the sides of the driver seat twice with the Mothers Leather cleaner and Moisturizer just to keep the soft feel and it's been fine. The seats are coated with Kia's protection and it seems to work.
 

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That's a steal! I didn't have to pay first month but I gladly would have to get the limited plus a lower payment.

What state was this in? Tax rate?
In Illinois where they rape you with sales tax, tax in my county is 7.5%. Fortunate not to be in Cook county where it's over 8%. :eek: But being in Illinois they double dip you on taxes too if you decide you want to purchase car at end of lease, they charge sales tax on the purchase price again (which I've already paid once). Not sure why I still live in this state....

BTW, you did pay the first payment, it's all part of the money you paid when you signed the contract - all leases are payment in advance. Now your dealer could have told you they paid it for you, but essentially you still paid it they just included that in the over numbers for your car.
 

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Just leased a Cadenza with Luxury and Tech package. Black exterior white package interior.

Sticker Price: $45,155
Negotiated Price: $32,250
Months: 36
Miles: 12,000
Down Payment: $0
Monthly Payment $415

Leased in Las Vegas NV


Picking it up tomorrow.
Cant wait!
I know this post is over 2 yrs old. But how does one get a 45k car for 32k?
 

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You negotiate. Tell them the price is too high and you want a lower one. Propose a price and see what happens. Go to multiple dealers and even inquire online. Use them all against each other, just don't be too aggressive. Let them know you're really looking and don't be afraid to walk. ALWAYS go home and think about the offer. NEVER let them talk you into something on the spot. If it seems like it's too good to be true it probably is, ALWAYS read through ALL the papers they have you sign. Make sure all the numbers add up and ALL are what you guys agreed upon. If they switch anything on you then you have to agree to it as well or else it is void. Don't let them pressure you, walk away if you want. The car isn't yours until the last signature and you have the keys. If they bring back out a paper for you to resign, reread it, that means something has probably changed. Not seeming desperate is always good. Let them know you are serious but you have time and are willing to go other places and are talking with other dealers to get the best deal you can get.
 

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You negotiate. Tell them the price is too high and you want a lower one. Propose a price and see what happens. Go to multiple dealers and even inquire online. Use them all against each other, just don't be too aggressive. Let them know you're really looking and don't be afraid to walk. ALWAYS go home and think about the offer. NEVER let them talk you into something on the spot. If it seems like it's too good to be true it probably is, ALWAYS read through ALL the papers they have you sign. Make sure all the numbers add up and ALL are what you guys agreed upon. If they switch anything on you then you have to agree to it as well or else it is void. Don't let them pressure you, walk away if you want. The car isn't yours until the last signature and you have the keys. If they bring back out a paper for you to resign, reread it, that means something has probably changed. Not seeming desperate is always good. Let them know you are serious but you have time and are willing to go other places and are talking with other dealers to get the best deal you can get.
I'm aware of the negotiating process, but $9,905 off of list is steep.
 

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I'm aware of the negotiating process, but $9,905 off of list is steep.



Nation wide they sell well less then 10,000 of these each year. They are harder to sell. I'll admit that's a big drop, but any slight loss the dealer had will be made up with the 300 Optima and Souls they sell in the month.


Also, we don't know what the trade-in was...he likely took a real bath on that, and the dealer made some money back that way.


Kia Cadenza Sales Figures - GOOD CAR BAD CAR
 

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$9,905 off of list is good. You wait close to the next years car coming out and get a great price.
about 2 months before the 2017's comes out, KIA gives the dealer incentives to lease or sell the remaining 2016's.
That is when you get a great deal.
 

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$9,905 off of list is good. You wait close to the next years car coming out and get a great price.
about 2 months before the 2017's comes out, KIA gives the dealer incentives to lease or sell the remaining 2016's.
That is when you get a great deal.
When are the 17's due to hit the dealers?
 

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some time this fall, no one knows yet. Will find out about 2 months before the date.
2017 has a few updates, 8 speed transmission, better navigation, and a few other
things which you can look up on line.
should be some great prices on 2016's.
Best way to save on a cadenza, buy a kia certified used.
full warranty and low mileage with almost 1/3 off
 
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