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so what are people paying? I have a deal set for 47.5k for a 2020 with VIP packages. Love the car jut trying to get a feel for the market.
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so what are people paying? I have a deal set for 47.5k for a 2020 with VIP packages. Love the car jut trying to get a feel for the market.
If that is that is $47.5K for new 2020 before trade-in/rebates/ $$ down, that is a very good price and I would jump at it. back when KIA was unsure of how the K900 would do I paid ~50K for my non-VIP (but that was then and this is now). Now, there isn't a KIA dealer in the country that is excited to see a K900 roll off the truck. Not because It is a bad car, it just doesn't sell for several reasons. Current economic position makes its all that much worse.
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Yes that is brand new and nothing down negotiated 47500
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I paid 50k for my new 2019 back in Apr. of this year. I thought I was getting a screaming deal at the time since sticker was 66k. I would say you're getting a pretty **** good deal.
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That's a good deal, the one I purchased the dealership had for 50k with a vip package, car only had 2003 miles on her. The K900 is not a well know car but when you show them to your familyu and friends they are like wow that is nice and I can't believe that is a KIA
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so what are people paying? I have a deal set for 47.5k for a 2020 with VIP packages. Love the car jut trying to get a feel for the market.
Wow! That is $17,000 of MSRP. I've no reason not to believe you, it just smells of fish.
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After I bought my 2020 K900, my dealer received one two days later and it was sold in less than a week. I believe that being Hyundai owns 30% of Kia, they're putting a lid on Kia doing a market push because it would step on the Genesis toes.
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Wow! That is $17,000 of MSRP. I've no reason not to believe you, it just smells of fish.
no fish picking it up tomorrow! pretty excited
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Confirm, good deal. I bought my 2019 VIP new, <10 miles, for 53.4K and very good financing (helped I was only financing 30K). As long as you weren't trading a higher interest rate to get that deal, you got a steal. I think by close of 2019 they'd sold like 320-330 total for the year, so they have to offer discounts. Its a great car, in a low-buyer velocity segment (sedans, large, luxury) especially given current macroeconomic and social conditions. Plus no one equates Kia with luxury...but I think the Tellurides are changing that perception, I see TONS of those on the road.


Love everything about the car except the 'wood' accents are pretty atrociously fake, on mine. Looked like they did a bit better on the 2020.


Unfortunately haven't been able to drive it lately. Hailstorm - pretty massive damage, so in the body shop. The one big downside of buying a Unicorn like this is no one stocks parts...expect most repairs to take time should they be necessary. Hoping I get mine back as good as new but of course that much body work is always a crapshoot...sigh.

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no fish picking it up tomorrow! pretty excited
Congrats!! You are a great negotiator or your dealer is going of business.
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