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Hyundai Car Lease
Interested in leasing a new Hyundai, buying at the best price or even taking advantage of competitive trade-in deals? Look no further than Rodo.
Rodo is a car marketplace featuring new Hyundai models from dealerships across the US, providing you with the most affordable prices for new lease deals or finance packages.
Whether you want to buy, lease, trade-in, trade-up, get a cash offer or exit your lease early... you can easily upgrade to a newer Hyundai model with Rodo.
Here are some frequently asked questions our customers have previously asked before buying or leasing a new vehicle. For further assistance please use our chat feature to speak with someone at our support desk.
Can I buy or lease from an authorized Hyundai dealer near me?
Yes! Rodo works with leading Hyundai dealerships and independent car showrooms across the US. Using a free account with only basic information provided, you can search by the radius to see Hyundai motor lease deals from dealerships near you. Plus you will get the lowest actual price including all promos, discounts, and deals built into the monthly payment or total cost.
What type of cars does Hyundai make?
Hyundai manufactures a variety of vehicles for different markets including compact vehicles, SUVs, workhorse cars for pulling trailers and the 7-seater 2020 Hyundai Palisade model for larger families as well as some sports editions for a higher performance model such as the Hyundai Veloster and the Ultimate model. Various options for financing Hyundai deals are also available.
What Hyundai cars are the best price?
The most competitively priced vehicles are the budget lineup that includes the Hyundai Accent SEL, Hyundai Elantra VE and the Hyundai Sonata. A popular model is the Hyundai Accent SE, a subcompact vehicle with a tank capacity of 11.9 gallons, delivering 33 city mpg or 41 highway mpg with prices under the $15,000 MSRP and competitive Hyundai motor finance available through local dealerships either through vehicle financing options or on competitive lease terms.
Can I lease, or finance Hyundai models?
Yes, the Hyundai range includes the new Hyundai Tucson, and the newer more economical subcompact SUV, the Hyundai Kona, as well as the all-electric Hyundai Kona and the EV Limited Edition available from select dealerships. For something a little more compact, take a look at the newly revamped 2020 Hyundai Venue lineup, which is a 5-seater subcompact SUV.
What are the warranties on Hyundai lease specials and how are they different from buying?
Every new car will be backed by a warranty. These differ depending on the terms and type of sale. Buying in finance is treated the same as purchasing outright. The warranty generally covers the first 36 months, or the first 36,000 miles, depending on the model and dealership. The Hyundai manufacturer warranty has a longer period covering 5-years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first. For Hyundai leases, the terms of the warranty are generally on a per-year basis making them subject to 12,000 annual mileage restriction on a standard 36 months lease. However, these will differ by dealership.
Is it more cost-effective to buy or take advantage of lease deals?
Leasing a car or SUV from a local dealership will have a significantly less down payment required. The downside is you won’t own the car, and in that respect, it can be more cost-effective because you won’t be responsible for repairs. Depending on the terms of your lease, your dealership may include a courtesy car while they carry out repairs or provide you with a replacement vehicle, subject to the terms of your lease agreement. One of the core reasons people take out leases is because it's the more affordable option to get a new car every 36 months. This is particularly useful for those who use their vehicles for business.
How long can I lease a vehicle?
Most lease terms last for 24 to 36 months, after which you can trade-up or accept an offer to buy your car, either at a reduced price on finance from the dealership or an upfront payment.
Why are the prices different for the same vehicles on Rodo.com?
Rodo.com is a marketplace for authorized dealerships to showcase the cars they have available at the current showroom prices. Every dealer has different overheads and that’s reflected in the listed prices. Some are cheaper, others more flexible, some with flexible lease terms, and all of them are always under the MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price).
Can I test drive a new Hyundai before leasing or buying?
At the present time, test-drives are not available, however, upon arrival of any cars leased or purchased through Rodo.com, customers are encouraged to test and inspect the vehicles to ensure it lives up to expectations. When you buy or agree to a vehicle purchase through the Rodo.com website or app, should you feel the car isn’t up to expectations, we will take it back at no extra cost.
What if I want to buy a Hyundai on finance?
Each distributor Rodo.com, has partnered with offer their own lease and finance terms. Some dealers will work with third-party finance firms. The terms of finance are always discussed transparently before agreements are finalized.
What are the most fuel-efficient Hyundai vehicles?
In terms of running costs, the 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric provides the equivalent of 121 MPGe on highways. For gasoline vehicles, the 2020 Hyundai Elantra provides up to 41 mpg on highways.
What vehicle model has keyless entry?
The 2020 Hyundai Sonata was the first model by Hyundai that used keyless entry and that was also rolled out in the next Venue series. A unique feature is the ability to share access to one vehicle with up to three users. Rodo.com has lease deals on both models with an extremely low down payment on new vehicles supplied on lease for up to 36 months with most dealerships. If you'd rather buy, Hyundai finance is available from select providers and you can use the search function within the Rodo.com website or app to find a dealer near you with offers for motor finance. Hyundai USA finance and other third-party companies may be used, or you could compare the motor finance Hyundai dealerships offer with what you can obtain from another finance firm.