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    Quote Originally Posted by Genesis_2016 View Post
    The audi a6 might have a nicer interior and better craftsmanship but it looks like shit. Obviously just my opinion but I truly believe the g80 sport looks nicer then all of its competitors. E class, bmw 5 series, Audi a6 ect.
    I agree with you on your post. I don't think the g80 sport looks better than the brand new '18 Audi S5 sportback however. I'm between the 2 cars. $10k difference. Much better engine / drive with the Audi. Better value with the g80. hmm.. what to do


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    Default Re: 5.0, or Sport?

    Quote Originally Posted by saxplayer View Post
    I agree with you on your post. I don't think the g80 sport looks better than the brand new '18 Audi S5 sportback however. I'm between the 2 cars. $10k difference. Much better engine / drive with the Audi. Better value with the g80. hmm.. what to do
    I think if you look at the options the S5 will be a lot more than $10k over the G80 sport. German cars just kill you on options, for example my friend just got a C-class, $50k sticker and no parking sensors, no radar cruise, no surround camera, no sunshades, no nav, no stereo upgrade, it was a 4 cylinder, etc. It is shocking how stripped it was compared to the G80 at similar pricing.

    Also if you have not driven the new G80 3.3T I encourage you to do so, I found it very refined and far more responsive than the base 3.8. Even the vibration levels seemed to be very subdued, equal to any power train I have experienced with the possible exception of my old '06 Lexus LS430.

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    Quote Originally Posted by balfor View Post
    I think if you look at the options the S5 will be a lot more than $10k over the G80 sport. German cars just kill you on options, for example my friend just got a C-class, $50k sticker and no parking sensors, no radar cruise, no surround camera, no sunshades, no nav, no stereo upgrade, it was a 4 cylinder, etc. It is shocking how stripped it was compared to the G80 at similar pricing.

    Also if you have not driven the new G80 3.3T I encourage you to do so, I found it very refined and far more responsive than the base 3.8. Even the vibration levels seemed to be very subdued, equal to any power train I have experienced with the possible exception of my old '06 Lexus LS430.
    Thank Balfor. I have driven the g80 sport for over 70 minutes. And the Audi. The Audi fully optioned out is 69k. The same g80 sport AWD optioned out is 58.5k. Approx 10k diff with a massive engine and drive experience difference in my opinion.

    I'm after someone who has some drive time in the Audi S5 - find out what you think between the two.

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    Just locked up my G80 Sport 3.3T RWD. Think I got a good price.

    MSRP $56485
    Hyundai Circle Discount $5720
    Selling Price $50765.
    Cash Down $1500 (1st month, misc chgs) 36/12k lease

    Hope this may help others.
    $606.36 Total Monthly Payment

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    wow is that a good deal. i had to do 629 a month with 2k due at signing for 36/10k
    but im curious what is that hyundai circle discount that i didnt know about?

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    Default Re: 5.0, or Sport?

    How did you get the Hyundai Circle discount? Hyundai employee, family member, friend?

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    Default Re: 5.0, or Sport?

    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgiaGuy View Post
    Just locked up my G80 Sport 3.3T RWD. Think I got a good price.

    MSRP $56485
    Hyundai Circle Discount $5720
    Selling Price $50765.
    Cash Down $1500 (1st month, misc chgs) 36/12k lease

    Hope this may help others.
    $606.36 Total Monthly Payment
    How did you get a Hyundai Circle Discount?
    Plan E is not available yet. I see that Plan A is available but it's nowhere near $5,720.
    Last edited by r_spec; 05-22-2017 at 08:57 PM.

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    Default Re: 5.0, or Sport?

    I was sent an invitation about 3-4yrs ago to join as part of the Hyundai Listens Owners Community. I receive monthly or qtrly emails throughout the year asking me to voice my opinion as to various changes, or new car names, etc. Hyundai is considering.
    The actual discount for Circle Plan "A" was approx. $5100, add to that the lease rebate of $2250 and then whatever dealer negotiated discount you can get. My "Total Consumer Discount" was $5720.

    I believe the dealer in compensated by Hyundai for the Circle Plan Discount.

    Armen212 - Your monthly of 629 is very good w/o a circle discount and CA tax included. I am now living in SC where the maximum tax on a new car is $300. But we are assessed a property tax each year on the car whether owned or leased.

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    Hello everyone,
    Second post so apologize if I don't sound right.
    I traded in my Highlander($27k trade in value, with a positive equity I had of $8k)
    For the g80 sport
    My payments are $600/month for 36/18k and a buyout at $25k at the end of the lease.

    Not sure if that was a in my favor or not but I love the car and every single person I show the car to Falls in love with it and cannot hide their excitement.

    I was getting an a7 prestige/ competition package for $65k but I chose this over it.
    Except for the gas mileage I'm loving every little thing about this car.

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