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2020 Kia Telluride Dealer Incentives

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Kia has been known for offering the best bang-for-your-buck throughout the industry and have consistently held that position into 2019. Helping to maintain that status are dealer incentives and rebates offered for new Kia models like the Telluride.

As of early March 2019, a total of 13 offers became available for most of the U.S. that includes a finance offer, cash offers, lease offers and a cash and finance offer bundle. All expire over a month from now on April 30,

Leasing should be one of the more desirable ways to get behind the wheel of a Telluride. Only all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive versions of the LX and S trims are eligible. LX starts at $299 per month and S from $319. Both require $3,499 up front, with the choice of a 24 or 36 month term. $20 more per month on each trim gets you AWD. Kia's disclaimer notes that conditions may vary depending on dealer. However a common condition should be the 12,000 miles/year limit with $.20 per mile over.

The cash and finance offer bundle of $1,500 cash back and 1.9% APR for 48 months applies to all current Telluride models. Other conditions include 1.9% APR with the option of 24, 36, 39, 42 or 48 months. For longer terms its 2.9% APR for 60 months and 4.9% APR for 72 months.

Then there's the regular financing offer of 0.9% APR for 48 months all current Telluride models with the option of 24, 36, 39 and 42 month terms. 60 months bump you up to 1.9% and 3.9% for 72 months.

Lastly, available for all Telluride models are Loyalty and Conquest cash offers that get you $1,000 back, and an additional $400 more if you're eligible for the military offer.
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Have seen some great incentives already online, so its clear that dealers are more than willing to negotiate on price. The selection available on lots has also increased quite a bit over the past few weeks, so deciding between trims can be done in person.
I've already come across some lightly used models at a significant discount as well. Most likely they have been used as demos, but its hard to ignore $6k off the MSRP.
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