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Thought I'd share my purchase experience at Fairfax Kia in Virginia. Got a fully loaded white (Luxury and Tech Package with white interior). MSRP was 42,105 and got it before TTL for an even $34K.

Incentives were $2000 competitive brand, $400 military, and $1500 for financing. I took the financing only for the incentive - I paid off the loan immediately.

I'm very happy with deal and the car.
 

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Man, you got a great deal! Congratulations and welcome to the forum. Please keep us up to date on your experiences with you new car. I can't wait to hear all about it.

I hope you really enjoy it!

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Thought I'd share my purchase experience at Fairfax Kia in Virginia. Got a fully loaded white (Luxury and Tech Package with white interior). MSRP was 42,105 and got it before TTL for an even $34K.

Incentives were $2000 competitive brand, $400 military, and $1500 for financing. I took the financing only for the incentive - I paid off the loan immediately.

I'm very happy with deal and the car.
Congratulations Yooshaw!
Wow! Unbelievable! The best deal so far!
It's cool that dealer reduced price to $8K even you have incentives only for $4k.

I think I'll go to Virginia to buy Quoris :D
 

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Thanks- the dealer was unbelievable - I barely haggled - was shocked when their first price quote was 34,250.

I'm military and just arrived to Virginia from Korea. Saw K7s everywhere, and always liked them. Was pleasantly surprised to learn that they brought them to the states. I saw plenty of K9s too, sat in one at the Seoul Car Show - incredible car. Hold out for the Quoris if you can, it's an incredible car.
 

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Congrats with your deal!!! It's great! I wish i saw a k9 in person. But for someone that has been in both k7 international and cadenza in north america, what are the differences and which one do you like more?
 

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Congrats with your deal!!! It's great! I wish i saw a k9 in person. But for someone that has been in both k7 international and cadenza in north america, what are the differences and which one do you like more?
Didn't get to drive the K7, and didn't get to sit in it long (very crowded and had to hurry up). The K7 I sat in was the 2013 model (prior to the 2014 refresh). Wasn't in the market for it at the time, so I didn't pay much attention - at the time I was really looking at the Grandeur as I knew the Azera was stateside. Anyway, I do remember the backseat hand rest having radio controls, and I think it has all around bird's eye video for parking (may be confusing this with Grandeur).

Quality wise, Cadenza seems the same as K7. Part of the reason I bought it was I knew how established the model is in Korea - not a new car for Kia, just a new car for Kia in America.
 

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Thanks- the dealer was unbelievable - I barely haggled - was shocked when their first price quote was 34,250.

I'm military and just arrived to Virginia from Korea. Saw K7s everywhere, and always liked them. Was pleasantly surprised to learn that they brought them to the states. I saw plenty of K9s too, sat in one at the Seoul Car Show - incredible car. Hold out for the Quoris if you can, it's an incredible car.
That is a great price! I would think a Cadenza with only the Luxury package could be had for around 32K or so. What do you think?
 

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That is a great price! I would think a Cadenza with only the Luxury package could be had for around 32K or so. What do you think?
Possible - I think it's best to negotiate the price before incentives, then discuss the incentives to get the price down further.
 
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