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3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Hyundai Sonata

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What you must know before buying the Hyundai Sonata
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  • New model with lower base price for 2015
  • Quality-related delay
  • Deliveries postponed
  • Incentives for 2015s and 2014s

Redesigned body and reduced base price:

Contrary to typical automaker practices, Hyundai redesigned its Sonata for 2015 and reduced its base price. A 2.4-liter I4 SE starts at $21,150, $300 less than the 2014 GLS.

We've seen discounts as high as $3,900 on 2015 models and as steep as $5,850 on 2014s.

Oops!:

A stop-sale order was issued at the new Sonata's launch earlier this year because of a quality-related problem. That's even worse considering sales of the Sonata were down last year.

Quick cash:

Hyundai is offering leases on 2015 Sonatas starting at $199 a month for 36 months with $2,399 due at signing. You can also get 2.9 percent APR financing for up to 60 months or 3.9 percent for 72 with $500 in bonus cash as the cherry on top. If you're a current Hyundai owner, expect another $500 in the form of a Valued Owner Coupon.

The incentives for buying the 2014 Sonata are even stronger. Zero-percent APR financing is available for up to 72 months. Leases start at $199 a month for 36 months. You can still take advantage of a 90 Day Deferred Payment option. Hyundai continues to provide $2,000 in Retail Bonus Cash and $500 in loyalty money.

Redesigned body and reduced base price:

Contrary to typical automaker practices, Hyundai redesigned its Sonata for 2015 and reduced its base price. A 2.4-liter I4 SE starts at $21,150, $300 less than the 2014 GLS.

We've seen discounts as high as $3,900 on 2015 models and as steep as $5,850 on 2014s.

Oops!:

A stop-sale order was issued at the new Sonata's launch earlier this year because of a quality-related problem. That's even worse considering sales of the Sonata were down last year.

Quick cash:

Hyundai is offering leases on 2015 Sonatas starting at $199 a month for 36 months with $2,399 due at signing. You can also get 2.9 percent APR financing for up to 60 months or 3.9 percent for 72 with $500 in bonus cash as the cherry on top. If you're a current Hyundai owner, expect another $500 in the form of a Valued Owner Coupon.

The incentives for buying the 2014 Sonata are even stronger. Zero-percent APR financing is available for up to 72 months. Leases start at $199 a month for 36 months. You can still take advantage of a 90 Day Deferred Payment option. Hyundai continues to provide $2,000 in Retail Bonus Cash and $500 in loyalty money.

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