I test drove the truck I'd like to buy while out of town. I will take my car there tomorrow morning to see what they'll give me on trade in. That could be a deal breaker, but I'm going into thinking they'll offer any more than fair to good condition. I have a '12 Hyundai Elantra Limited (GPS, leather, sunroof, backup camera, etc.). I don't fully understand which of the incentives or special offers I can get. I get the military incentive. There's a $2k, $1k, and two or three $500 incentives. I think the $2k may require a trade in. I was told that if I take the 0% financing, one of the $500 incentives is off the table..not sure if that's because I mentioned that I may pay cash. He also told me that if I register it in my home of record (WV) instead of where I'm stationed in Virginia, then I'd lose out on a $500 incentive. I prefer to register it in WV, but not if I lose the incentive...My hometown is in the Pittsburgh region and the $500 is available for that area. Is this legit? He added in the destination fee. I thought it was strange that there is a $175 charge for tires. Other stickers list the tires, but don't charge for them. These are Hankook's, but nothing special...will be replaced. There's a charge for Proc/Doc fee for $250 and a government fee for $94 on the quote. I thought this sounded suspect. I can wait, but wasn't sure how many of these incentives would be gone after the sale ends on Sep.3 . He said they offer $150 for accessories, but thought I read where it's normally $500. It is a small country dealership or I'd ask for other things to sweeten the deal like a spray in liner, mud flaps, or running boards. Base + Options: $44,510 - Savings/Rebate of $5,778 + taxes of $1617.75 + Proc/Doc fee of $250 + gov't fee $94.50 for an out the door price of $4o,694.25 I tried to use USAA and COSTCO buying program, but the site doesn't allow you select narrow it down to the exact options I want. The COSTCO gave me a dealer that doesn't have the color/options I chose. Advice on getting this lower, take a chance on better incentives after labor day sales, wait on the buyer's program, Lastly, the back seet wouldn't latch. He seemed surprised about it failing to catch or lock back to upright. It felt great on the test drive though!