It's the first time this has ever happened.
The Hyundai Palisade has become the smashing sales success company management hoped and predicted it would. Not even a global pandemic could seriously hurt sales, though a stinky interior issue has yet to be resolved. The three-row Palisade and its corporate cousin, the Kia Telluride, is simply the right vehicle at the right time. It checks all of the boxes for many people. And because demand and sales have been so high, Hyundai has rightly seen little need to offer major discounts and other incentives. This doesn't mean one couldn't find a good deal, however.
And now, according to information uncovered by CarsDirect, the Palisade now has what could be its best offer to date.
With the Labor Day holiday now over, Hyundai wants to keep the sales momentum flowing so, as of last Wednesday, it is now offering 2020 Palisades with 0 percent APR for up to 48 months. Never before as the Palisade been offered with 0 percent financing since it hit the market just over a year ago. But, like always, reading the detail's fine print is crucial.
The current offer is only for 48 months. If you prefer a 60-month financing plan, then the best rate remains unchanged from earlier this month at 1.9 percent, which still isn't bad. Bumping up to 72 months, however, how now been reduced from 3.9 percent to 2.9 percent, meaning a six-year loan is $1,100 less expensive than before. However, it appears Palisade leasing prices remain relatively unchanged nationwide.
But what about the Kia Telluride? Is it also being offered with the same 0 percent financing? Nope. The best Telluride offers remain the same, 1.9 percent. Unfortunately, there's still one more vital catch you need to know. Inventory. Because of a combination of factors, nationwide 2020 model year Palisade and Telluride inventory remains relatively low, meaning it could be difficult to find exactly what you're looking for. Plus, the 2021 models have already begun to arrive.
The Palisade 0 percent APR offer is currently scheduled to end on November 2 by which time all remaining 2020 models are expected to be sold out.