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Any DC/MD/VA dealer selling for MSRP? I am interested in fully loaded SEL or Calligraphy. Will not pay anything more than MSRP .
Just got a Calligraphy for 1995 over MSRP, but had 500 rebate so approx 1500.. Had to travel to Charlottesville, VA.. NOVA is crazy with their prices. Was able to snag an incoming unit but had to wait six weeks. I didnt trade anything in I will be selling on my own locally to either carmax, vroom, carvana or any other dealer who give me the most.. I am in no hurry and prices keep going up so I might wait..
 

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Trading in a '20 Limited with 24k miles and picking up a '22 Calligraphy in white with black interior. Paying straight MSRP with no BS fees except their $230 dealer doc fee, then of course normal sales tax and title/reg.

They are giving me $45,500 on trade-in. We paid $46,000 for it 25mo ago. Which is the only reason we are buying the new calligraphy. It's a crazy market out there. And it's even crazier to know that I probably could have sold it myself for even more. Carmax offered $47k (online), but the closest one is about 4hrs away, so I didn't want to deal with their BS, and also needing to drive another vehicle down there to get back home. So I'm happy with the deal, and the wife can finally get the white Palisade that she wanted originally.
 

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I bought my 2022 Palisade Calligraphy for $1000 over MSRP on New Years eve (Steel Graphite/Beige interior/FWD) from Team Hyundai in Vallejo, CA. Most of the Bay Area dealers were asking $5K-$10K over MSRP for Calligraphys.
 

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SW Florida dealer wanted $4000 over msrp. Not happening. Anyone getting lucky in Florida (any distance)?
Getting lucky...LOL

Try New Port Richie Hyundai just North of Tampa, 6 months ago no real markup.
 

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Trading in a '20 Limited with 24k miles and picking up a '22 Calligraphy in white with black interior. Paying straight MSRP with no BS fees except their $230 dealer doc fee, then of course normal sales tax and title/reg.

They are giving me $45,500 on trade-in. We paid $46,000 for it 25mo ago. Which is the only reason we are buying the new calligraphy. It's a crazy market out there. And it's even crazier to know that I probably could have sold it myself for even more. Carmax offered $47k (online), but the closest one is about 4hrs away, so I didn't want to deal with their BS, and also needing to drive another vehicle down there to get back home. So I'm happy with the deal, and the wife can finally get the white Palisade that she wanted originally.
I sold my 2020 Santa Fe to Carvana because they came and got it or it would have gone to Carmax but they are like 30 minutes away. I have sold them (Carmax) a car before and the 45-60 minutes waiting on them to cut a check is a PITA. Carvana, showed up, 15 minutes later they were driving away with the Santa Fe and I had a check in hand for the difference between what they offered me ($360 more than Carmax also) and my payoff. FYI, I bought my 22 Caly a week before but its white/white. Crazy market, Cavana gave me $35,360 for a car I paid 30K out the door 11 months earlier and 5700 miles later.
 

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Why don't we pin a thread that includes ONLY dealers that are willing to sell at MSRP so we can promote them over the price gougers trying to sell cars at $5-10K over?
You are welcome to do just that, Go to a section like general , prices paid, or what ever you choose then go to create post
put in that heading and ask for dealers selling for msrp or minimum markup
 

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Thank you! I'm dealing with them right now.
Just to let everyone know about my experience at the dealership in New Port Richie of Florida. Everything went smooth. No added on "extras" $. Night before sent all my info up to them. After we drove for two hours we saw the lobby with at least 50 customers. I thought we will be there till close. They are the #1 volume sellers. No wonder why. We were driving away with our new Hyper White sel in an hour and half. Great customer service!
Thank You Jeena and Cari!!!
 

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I was not so lucky at New Port Richie for total over MSRP $3200 include their dealer fee and other add on. They do sell a lot of. car and believe number one sales in that part of FL but I took a pass on them. I do not need the vehicle right now so can wait. Hopefully in the future when supply excesses demand customers remember the price gauging
 
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