Hyundai Sonata 2013 for $10745. How do you think the deal is?

Asked by Dec 12, 2015 at 10:27 PM about the 2013 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I am getting a deal on Hyundai Sonata 2013 for $10745. The car has a clean
carfax. It is looking good. What do you think? Also how about the resale value
of Hyundai cars? If I sell the car after 2 years, how much can I expect at that

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Cars are depreciating assets as you know, some brands are better than others, mostly it's if the car is a limited production and or high demand, a Hyundai's Sonata doesn't fit that bill. So it will depreciate as any Hyundai. Your purchasing the car for close to wholesale, so that is a deal, wonder why, you might want your mechanic to get under the car to check it out, lots of times cars are moved state to state to clean the carfax statement. But you can't predict what the car will be worth in 2 years exactly but with some guessing figure on $7K. Also depends on how many miles you drive and maintain it , plus how you sell it or trade it in, in the future. Good Luck!

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10 grand for a used Korean Car? Not for me, but hey, plenty of people are playin' that game- why not get a new car for only a coupla grand more?

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