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That is a good price, yet the dealer is still getting a good price too. So not the best deal possible but OK with the Kia discounts (sometimes dealers pay a portion of those, but usually not to my understanding).
 

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I live near Charlotte, NC and had to travel about 85 miles to get a Great deal on a 2019 Touring S model in Platinum Graphite with the 18-inch black wheels. I paid a little over 25k. I actually went there expecting to pick up a New 2018. They had 2. They offered me a 2019 for the same price they had just gotten off the delivery truck. This is a regular hybrid and the 2018's are the Platinum Graphite edition but the 2019's are called the Touring S with exactly the same equipment. ie Harman Kardon sound and built-in Nav.

That's an insane deal....

I'm in NJ and bought a used 2018 Niro regular hybrid EX with premium package for $19,000 with 32k miles. If i had the option of buying new touring for 25k I definitely would've.
it's crazy you were able to get such a deal
 

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Totally agree. That's why at the very beginning I got an itemized estimate that states what all the fees needed to get it out the door. Not going to pay for any line item that was not on the original sheet!

So as of right now, its looking to be:

33525
-3340 dealer discount
- 300 company coupon
-1500 KIA rebate
+1500 Taxes and Fees
29885 Out the door for 2019 PHEV EX
Went to dealership yesterday to finalize everything and they started playing hardball on the discounts that I wanted. Long story short, after a bit of back and forth and almost walking out, got it out the door for 30185 and got some of the original discounts applied to the trade-in which reduced the tax further. Quite happy still since I think its still a good deal. Process was quick after since it was past closing time at that point and everyone wanted to go home (including me...).

Thanks everyone for the advice and happy to be a new owner!
 

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After years of obsessing over it, I finally bought my new Niro yesterday!

I drove off in a 2019 LX hybrid in deep cerulean with charcoal interior for $23,140 out the door (thanks to end of the year incentives).

See you out on the roads! =)
 

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Not sure why it was discounted so much. Invoice is around $27500, then Kia $2500 cash rebate. Then I guess they lowered the price to get rid of it? We didn't really need to upgrade our Matrix, but this deal was too good to pass up.
 

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just picked up a CPO 2018 Niro HEV EX w/ Premium package for $22.4k. Only one of year/model/trim within 500 miles and seems to be right on with the KBB/Edmunds pricing. I'm very happy with it so far and am spending entirely too much time on this forum reading everything possible lol.
 

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We got a 2021 PHEV EX for $33,220 out-the-door in cash from Columbus, OH delivered to Louisville, KY. The dealer drove it 230 miles to us in Louisville at no "additional" cost. It arrived with 243 miles on the odometer. It would have been ~$750 to transport it insured on an open trailer. We had ~$2,200 of KY taxes upon getting the KY title. We'll get the ~$4,500 credit on tax day. So, all said, we consider this a ~$30,500 car.
 

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Wistfully looking at the screaming deals that were posted here by folks buying before the market went sideways. Years ago I vowed never to pay much above invoice—looks like that ship has sailed. Now am aiming a bit above MSRP for a vehicle that is getting a facelift next model year.
 

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I paid MSRP for my Niro PHEV two weeks ago. Shop around.
Was the PHEV in stock, or did you have to wait? How far did you have to travel to get it?

The dealers in my state that have the PHEVs in stock have a hefty "market adjustment" add-on on top of MSRP. All of the dealers I checked with add a premium on top of MSRP for vehicles that are being shipped--even checked a few dealers in two states to the east.

Have my name on a waiting list with a dealer a couple states to the North--minimal markup, but unknown delivery date (hopefully before MY 2023).
 

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I used my closest dealer. About 20 miles. I spent the day with them. Placed an order, they told me they would try to get one but they did not know how long it would take. But about a week later they called me.

They found one at a dealer about 60 miles away and they went and got it for me. That dealer was trying to sell it with a several thousand dollar markup.

As you might expect I was happy with the service I got.
 
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