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I have written several times before about “test driving” cars for gift cards.  And by “test driving” I mean not test driving, as only once out of 15+ times have I done one of these offers have I been required to actually drive the car

This was certainly true with the deal awhile ago offering 7500 American AAdvantage miles for “test driving” a Cadillac or the last Kia test drive offer.  Usually the salesman doesn’t want to waste his time taking you on a test drive for a car you’re not interested in buying.  YMMV

Hyundai Test Drive offer

To get the Hyundai Test Drive offer – find a dealer near you, then click on New Vehicles.  Move your mouse around the page for awhile and you should get a popup that looks something like this


Yesterday I was having trouble on the page but after refreshing the page this morning, I got it to show up on a variety of different dealers.  Fill out your information (IMPORTANT: Pick your gift card from Target, Amazon or Visa to the left), and then take it to the dealer.  Again, YMMV on whether you have to actually drive the car, but in my experience, I go into the dealer, tell them I have this form.  Then the dealer asks if I am really interested in the car, I say no, and they validate my form.

You have to drive the car (or at least have the form filled out) by November 12th

Deal from Slickdeals via Doctor of Credit.

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