Purchased my 2013 Azera at Taylor Hyundai, Augusta GA. As with most car buying experiences the sales person will try to make as much as possible on the sale. The car had a sticker price of 33,525, the salesman began his discussion with a 'sales' price of 34,525. We informed him that the sticker price is the sales price to which he replied
no, this is the sales price. I told him that the only price I would begin negoiating on was what was displayed on the
window sticker price. He also ask if I was a vet and if I had my DD 214, I replied yes. He didn't say anything else regrarding that, he offered a discount off the 'sales' price and that ended our first negotiation session.
We went back the next day and went over the original offer with the sales manager and I told him I would agree to a
2,100 dollar discount on the sticker price and wanted the 500 dollar discount Hyundai was offering to active or discharged vets. He said the discount was for active duty personnel only, I handed him the official Hyundai document from the Hyundai website which indicated otherwise. I told him I didn't appreciate him trying to short
change a vet on a discount Hyundai intended to benefit the vet not the dealer. He appeared somewhat embarrased and agreed to honor the discount as well. I wouldn't recommend this dealer to anyone, but if you do shop there be prepared for their tactics.