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Korean car manufacturer Hyundai has been offering a popular lineup of sedans, hatchbacks and SUVs since 1986. Its generous warranties and midrange costs make it a solid choice for many buyers. And if you’re looking to get cash back or score a discount, Hyundai has many car-buyer programs to help you save.
When you’re ready to buy a new or used Hyundai, there are multiple financing avenues to choose from.
If you’re looking for the cheapest option, you might want to consider taking out a car loan from a bank, credit union or online lender. While this process is more involved than financing through a dealer, you might be able to score more competitive rates and terms. Another option is taking out a personal loan, though this will likely cost more since your loan won’t be secured by the car you’re buying.
If speed is your main concern, then you might want to finance directly through Hyundai Motor Finance. Authorized Hyundai dealers often offer special deals depending on where you live and the model you’re interested in buying. In the past, offers included 0% financing for five years on a 2018 Accent and $3,000 cash back on a 2018 Elantra.*
You also have the option to lease a new car through Hyundai Motor Finance. With leasing, you drive the car for a certain number of years and miles. At the end of your term, you either return your car or buy out the lease. Past offers included leasing a 2018 Tucson for three years for only $199 a month after a $1,899 down payment.*
Your local dealership may also have its own special promotions. The rates and terms you qualify for will depend on your creditworthiness and personal financial situation.
*Rates as of November 16, 2018.
Hyundai has a variety of buyer programs, including ones geared toward college grads, servicemembers and even individuals affected by recent storms.
Hyundai offers quite a few affordable options, from the 2019 Accent that comes in just under $14,000 to the more high-end 2019 Palisade that starts at $31,550. The exact price you pay will depend on how you customize your vehicle and how well you negotiate, but we list the base MSRP below to get you started.
Hyundai offers a series of limited warranties on its new and CPO vehicles, including:
Each Hyundai car only comes with one new vehicle limited warranty, however. So if you’re purchasing a CPO vehicle, you’ll be offered whatever time is left on the warranty.
With its extensive warranties, midrange prices and special discount programs, Hyundai has a lot to offer car buyers. If you’re interested in getting behind the wheel of one, you have plenty of financing options to choose from. While car loans typically come with lower rates, you may be able to drive off the lot faster if you finance directly through a Hyundai authorized dealer.
Read our guide to car loans to learn more about how they work and compare lenders.
Pictures: Shutterstock and Hyundai’s official page
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