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Hi All. Was comparing against than the Rav 4 and Highlander, and test drove the Tucson HEV this weekend and immediately loved it. No contest. Placed an order for the HEV and PHEV ultimate vehicles a few days ago. Both had more dealer markup than I would liked, but they are 2023 vehicles which I am an anticipating to have a significant price increase over 2022 models due to inflation and supply chain problems. Expecting the HEV to arrive first, and will drive it until the PHEV arrives and then consider selling it. Looking forward to them (both!).
 

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Hi All. Was comparing against than the Rav 4 and Highlander, and test drove the Tucson HEV this weekend and immediately loved it. No contest. Placed an order for the HEV and PHEV ultimate vehicles a few days ago. Both had more dealer markup than I would liked, but they are 2023 vehicles which I am an anticipating to have a significant price increase over 2022 models due to inflation and supply chain problems. Expecting the HEV to arrive first, and will drive it until the PHEV arrives and then consider selling it. Looking forward to them (both!).
if you could few more months for the phev then you didn't need to go through the hassle of trade in.
You have to pay new vehicle tax twice as well.
 

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if you could few more months for the phev then you didn't need to go through the hassle of trade in.
You have to pay new vehicle tax twice as well.
If in Canada it's like in the U.S. he doesn't really lose much. You pay tax on the difference of what they give for the trade in and the final cost of the new car not on total price of the new car.
 
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