I found the following language in the plan document available on the internet...I have not heard anything one way or the other but from what I can tell the dealer installed items are not included in Circle pricing and you will have to negotiate on those separately. Here is an example of one at Jim Ellis that has $1,115 in dealer options but the Circle pricing information does not included them which makes sense since dealers can add anything and not have it attached to the VIN.
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For such generosity, I can be as patient as needed! Was hoping to wrap it up Friday as I head out of town for 5 days on Saturday, but I will have to wait. Only concern would be the car is no longer available, but as I previously mentioned I believe there are 3-4 dealerships with the same car so I should be okay.It took me 48 hours to get the ability to pm. A very impatient 48 hours. Hang in there!
Good point, I was thinking port installed accessories or whatever they're called (First aid kit, rear bumper applique, etc).I found the following language in the plan document available on the internet...
"Hyundai Circle Price: Your special discounted price. Please note that this price does not include taxes, title, registration fees, dealer installed options, etc. These will be applied at the time you purchase the vehicle. Other Incentives may apply. See dealer for details"
|The Residual is .50 money factor is 0.0001|
|Gross Cap Cost||$39,946.69|
So tax on the lease payments, not on the full sale price or MSRP? That makes sense, thanks for clarifying.It depends on the state. In most states the taxes are paid monthly on the lease payment. In others it must be paid upfront on the sales price (I think Georgia is like that) and in other it must be paid upfront on the total of the lease payments.
Yep, just found the same article. Makes sense as a quote I get had an addition to capitalized cost of $1,449 and I couldn’t figure if it was tax or not.You will want to verify that this though. I just found an article saying the sales taxes on leases in Georgia changed on 1/1/18 to be monthly on the payment like most other states.