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I bought the base n and out the door was $22,500. Quoted me $24,800 for the performance package. I’m kicking myself for not biting the bullet and getting the PP. only issue for me was color, the PP was the baby blue and I wasn’t a fan. I got red but really wanted black but those were the choices. Wrapping the roof in black and might do the hood too. But I think they offered great deals.
 

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Was it used? $22,500 is a 2019 used price sale for a low mileage base model and also $24,800 would be a used price for a 2019 before TT&L added.:confused:

I'm curious as to what dealer in south Florida, offered and was willing to sell you $4K and $6K under MSRP? I'm also certain, some of the members and prospective buyers here would like to know their name, since this is the lowest price ever offer by a dealer for a new VN 2019 or 2020!:grin: Keeping in mind, the MSRP for the newer 2020 VN PP is almost $31K and the base model is $26K new.:wink:

In fact, that would mean they listed both new VN's @ just over base $20K and PP $22K respectively, prior to adding dealer prep/setup, shipping & Tax, Title and License.
 

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**** I thought I got a good deal on VN PP in PB. Got it for $28,500 cash out the door. No loan. Its a 2019 and bought it in Tulsa, OK. And I know for sure in Florida when I was looking they were going for right at sticker still. The only way the lots are coming off of sticker is with the Hyundai discounts like the student or military. I got the Military discount, and another one because it had 293 miles on it, and I was looking at another one 1000 miles away. The lots were competing with one another for my money. They knew it too. Ha. But that price of $24,800 for a 2019 PP in my humble opinion is a bit low. Actually way low!!! And as of right now the 2020's are selling at sticker or above for the Performance Pack Model. Now the Base model is being discounted because hardly anybody wants it. Most blogs I've read are people settling for the Base because they can't get or find the PP Model. It took me over a month to find and buy mine. Researched the car for 6 months before that. I had 2 too pick from and both were in different states. I considered flying to Korea and buying one...Ha.
 

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Agree with the two posts above. My recent purchase of a 2020 pp was 28,6ish...so the number for the PP of 24800 seems almost too good to be true. Someone better get down there and grab it before its gone!
 

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Just picked up mine the other day for a little over 26k out the door for a brand new white VN PP in south Florida also. I was going back and forth with the dealer for a week to get it down that far though. They still had another one in stock and these two had been sitting for a while.
 
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