Great Hyundai Deals: January 2012 Lease and Purchase

January Hyundai lease deals & purchase specials are slightly better than Hyundai incentives and lease offers from last month. The automaker had great sales in December, and Hyundai is poised to sell more cars with better cash back rebates, financing offers and lease deals on some models. New car deals from Hyundai continue to include a number of 2012 models, as well as a handful of 2011 Hyundai models with slightly better incentives.
Some January Hyundai deals include low-interest financing plus cash back. Starting at $28,345, the 2012 Hyundai Veracruz is available with 0.9 percent financing for 36 months plus $1,500 in cash back incentives. If you finance through your bank or credit union at 4 percent, you still get the cash back, but Hyundai’s low-interest financing deal and cash back will save you about $1,300 on the base Veracruz over the course of your loan.

If you’re looking for low-interest financing on an affordable sports car, Hyundai’s January deal on the 2012 Genesis Coupe is better than last month’s offer. Right now, you can buy the 2012 Genesis Coupe with 0.9 percent financing for 36 months. However, Hyundai is offering zero-percent financing on the 2011 Genesis Coupe. With no money down, the 2011 Genesis Coupe will save you about $300 over the course of your three-year loan.

January is also a great time to lease an affordable small car like the 2012 Hyundai Accent, which is available for $179 per month for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing. If you’d prefer a lease with no money down, consider the 2012 Honda Civic, which is available with no down payment or first month’s payment. After that, the Civic’s 36-month lease will cost you $230 per month for 35 months. Although the Civic has a higher monthly payment, the money you save upfront means it’s ultimately a better deal. You’ll save almost $400 by choosing the Civic instead of the Accent.

Before you head to the dealership, be sure to check out our Hyundai page, where you can see the average price paid for the model you’re interested in. Then, use the U.S. News Best Price Program for guaranteed, upfront prices from certified Hyundai dealers.

While we work to keep Hyundai deals up-to-date and accurate, the best source of current discounts and incentives on a new Hyundai is your local Hyundai dealer.

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