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After seeing a lot of G70's around during my commutes to and from the office lately and being someone interested in buying before summer, I was curious what you guys are paying.
Specifically, out the door pricing and any other details that will help the rest of us when shopping around. This thread isn't exclusive to new G70's, used G70 prices can be included as well.
So far I know of one person that paid just over $50k for a Prestige apparently with destination and a couple accessories paid by the dealer. :|
 

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I'm seeing quite a few lightly used models on the market, that are well below MSRP. If you don't mind buying something pre owned there are some pretty good deals to choose from. Some are upwards of $5000 right off the top.
 

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Would be interested to know why people are driving these for a few thousand miles and then trading them in. Read nothing but good things about the performance of the G70. Maybe there are some fit and finish issues that people aren't happy with?
 

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I know that most of the used ones that are showing up on Autotrader and what not are SuperBowl cars and PGA Tour cars from the Genesis Open. Most have under 200 miles on them and have to be sold as used.
 

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I see the same thing playing out with Lexus. Vehicles like these are only really appreciated once vehicles are well out of warranty or in the hands of new owners that are too scared to try something German/Italian/British and I can't blame either one of them.
 

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There are likely a lot of people waiting to pull the trigger purely based on depreciation. If you look at the G80 it didn't take very long to find used models at a significant discount after only a few months time. Because of this most people will probably opt to lease instead of buy.
 

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I think that might be exclusive the G80, which no one currently wants which the G70 sort of addresses along with other Genesis products to come.
Its a simple look at all the people interested in buying one, which is a lot and won't be going away any time soon.
 

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After seeing this thread I decided to see for myself what prices for G70's are on autotrader and it's surprising that they're going as low as $33,230. I get the depreciation factor but there's definitely a lot of bang for your buck for a quality vehicle. I think some people might still have stigma for Genesis because Hyundai owns them, but it's their loss because it's such a cool performance sedan.
 

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After seeing this thread I decided to see for myself what prices for G70's are on autotrader and it's surprising that they're going as low as $33,230. I get the depreciation factor but there's definitely a lot of bang for your buck for a quality vehicle. I think some people might still have stigma for Genesis because Hyundai owns them, but it's their loss because it's such a cool performance sedan.
A similar situation played out in the 90's as Japanese luxury automakers made their mark. Fast forward 3,5,10 years and those same cars are heavily prized.
 

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My wife and I picked up a new 2020 3.3 awd sport for a out the door price of about $43,000. We got about 23% off the sticker price.
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Please help us with some tips. How did this happen?
What were the circumstances that led to such a good discount? How can the rest of us interested find such a deal?
 

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Please help us with some tips. How did this happen?
What were the circumstances that led to such a good discount? How can the rest of us interested find such a deal?
We were simply looking for the best deal I looked online for out the door prices and saw you could get a significant amount off. It was towards the end of the month they wanted to make a deal on top of it we were told it was Kia Hyundai's blah blah employee pricing that they extend to everybody just like GM does.
The discounts were ranging anywhere from $8,000 to over $12,000 depending on what model you went with, and the sport model had over $12,000 off. We were also able to get a similar deal on a Kia stinger if we wanted. My wife and I have flawless credit.
I have a car buddy he was able to get a out the door price on a GT2 rear-wheel drive Kia stinger for $41,000.
 

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i lease mine if that matters here lol -- i paid $2,000 at signing (including first month) and $565 a month for the 2020 3.3T Sport MSRP $53,395
 
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