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Hyundai Nation Wide August Sale - Free AUTO on Most Base Models + Veloster Range (Save $2000+)


All cars must be ordered and delivered between 1st August 2014 to 31st August 2014. Offer valid whilst stocks last and excludes govt, fleet and rental buyers.

Free automatic applies to:
- i20 Active
- Accent Active
- Elantra Active
- i30 Active
- ix35 Active
- Veloster range

Hyundai reserves the right to change, supersede or extend these offers at its discretion. Metallic and Mica paint are optional extras and are an additional cost. See your participating Hyundai dealer for details. Offer ends August 31st 2014.

EDIT: Some offers expire sooner depending on location and model. Thanks Bossmode for picking up on it. Best to confirm the expiry date for your car by using Hyundai's car price calculator

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  • +1

    It's worth noting that some of these offers expire prior to your listed dates. For example the Accent in Queensland must be ordered between the 21st and 23rd of August.

    • +1

      Thanks for that. I didn't realise. It must vary from state to state. The promo for Accent's in NSW still ends on 31st August.

      • +1

        Delivered by the 31st, probably means it has to be ordered by this week.

  • Would be nice if they'd offer something for folks who can drive and enjoy driving.

  • is i20 auto for $14,990 good price?
    compare with holden barina spark $15,990
    both seems nice, have blutooth

    • i20 is bigger and roomer, and engine is also bigger
      maybe add 1000 to get the five doors model

  • +1

    Any tips for first new car buyers? Was thinking of buying an Elantra this weekend.
    e.g. is splitting payment over 20 credit cards to earn a bazillion bonus FF points an acceptable behaviour?

    • +1

      cc card payment got surcharge…

      • Really? So cashed-up OzBargainers pay cash for new cars?

    • Look also at corolla hatch/sedan as they have better resale. I personally prefer Hyundai interior but there is a big choice out there for everyone's taste.

    • +4

      ask to split it into like 200 $100 transactions for PayWave cashback

      • +1

        Of course!! Totes forgot my training.

        • Yes, when your bank calls up to ask about it, tell them you are buying it in pieces 1 bolt at a time.

    • +2

      Go into a dealer ask for his best price. If he quotes the advertised price walk out.

      There are plenty of other dealers. NEVER pay retail.

      End of month they are under pressure to meet their sales quotas to qualify for factory bonuses.

      Some good tips at

      Hyundais may not be the best cars, but they are good value.

      • have you ever use car broker? do we need to pay them? can really get us cheaper price?

        • NEVER pay a broker. (They get a commission from the dealer anyway).

          Negotiate your best price then see if a broker can better it for you.

      • Fanks Frankly - been nodding my head all through the video on the Top 10 Ways to Beat a Car Dealer page

  • +1

    same offer different sale. I was looking to buy i30 and have been shopping around for a year i30 was around $21k for auto whether it is this offer or cashback offer. Either way Hyundai makes very good car and this good price.

  • Metallic and Mica paint are optional extras and are an additional cost - ie add $499 for anything but white on the i30. Enquired for my daughter, salesman ignored my question about a better price ad/or extras he'd be prepared to throw in. We're in ho hurry, the second hand market's better value anyway.

  • Holden too is running a sale until 31 Aug. Captiva 5 manual is advertised as 25490 instead of 30200 n Captiva 7 at $27990. Is it a good deal. And what are the tips on saving money during payment. What's this split into $100 paywave payments. Is it specific cards

    • +1

      ING Paywave with 2% rebate on transactions up to $100. Comes with every OzBargain membership pack. For some reason I'm still getting 5% back.

      • Yeah me too… I'm sure my second 6-month period (after referral) should have been up in June or so..

    • FYI there is a LOT of negative feedback about the Captiva (mostly from owners) on Whirlpool forums.

      Of course no brand/model of car will please everyone - but I was staggered by the amount of hate for this particular model.

      It would be worth looking at a Hyundai IX35 or Santa Fe instead (better reviews, and 2yrs longer warranty).

      • Thanks @systmworks.. Actually that negative feedback is for the earlier version of captiva. They introduced new version in 2014 addressing many of the concerns. They now provide 5 year warranty and 3 year free servicing. Will check Santa fe.

        • Thanks for the update - I wasnt aware a new model had come out or the warranty had increased - thats a great move by Holden - for me personally a brand with 5 year warranty is a major draw card.

          Fingers crossed the new Captiva is a big improvement over all the previous generations (I have considered buying it twice before, but its been poorly reviewed since introduction in 2006). I have not read any 2014 reviews though.

          I have long been a Holden fan - but the Captiva is far removed from the Holden built cars (Commodore etc) I am familiar with and owned - the Captiva is built by Daewoo in Korea and sold under the Holden name in Australia/NZ.

        • @systmworks: well.. Not sure if the engine problems were addressed. But I'm hoping if it's a five year warranty that should take care of any issues. Not much luck negotiating. Since it is already on special price they are reducing only a thousand on the manual and not willing to do much on the automatic.

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