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2013 and Earlier - Mazda6 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • m6userm6user Posts: 2,952
    I'd start at 4500 under invoice and shoot for 4000 under. That car will be two years old in a few months and when you drive it off the lot it will be an almost two yr old used car.
  • So I guess I would ask, where's the easiest place to figure out what invoice is? Edmunds doesn't show the 07's anymore...
  • m6userm6user Posts: 2,952
    Cars.com has that info available. I just checked.
  • ryan79ryan79 Posts: 10
    Well to help anyone else out there right now looking -- I'm at $18,300 for a 2007 Mazda 6 S Value Edition. Good luck.
  • kernickkernick Posts: 4,072
    I just picked up this new vehicle (54 miles) for $22,100. (MSRP = $28,695). That's with a $4,000 rebate here in my area.
    There is no sales tax in my state, but I think the registration is gong to cost me about $700.
    That price was out-the-door, including all fees, so I'm rather happy. BTW - the Bose stereo is great!
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    Pass. Your vehicle is almost 2 years old. The used wholesale of an 07 6 msrp 21000 is about $14000. The price you are looking for on the 07 is around 16000 max new. You may be able to work a 18000 or less deal on an 08.

    Good luck
    --jjf

    l to hWelelp anyone else out there right now looking -- I'm at $18,300 for a 2007 Mazda 6 S Value Edition. Good luck.
  • m6userm6user Posts: 2,952
    What should be and what is reality can be very different. Do you really think that a dealer is going to sell a "new" MazsdaSpeed6 that stickers at $28695 for $16000. That will never happen. They would rather piece it out than give it away like that. I think he got a decent deal on the car.
    You should be able to get a 2007 I4 VE auto for about $15500 and an 08 for about $16500-17000.
  • jeffyscottjeffyscott Posts: 3,855
    He was responding to the post with $18,300 for Mazda6 s, not the speed 6.

    However, I think he is mistaken about the 6s deal, MSRP is not $21K as that was about the MSRP of the Mazda6 i VE. The Mazda6 s MSRP is about $2000 higher than the i.
  • ryan79ryan79 Posts: 10
    Yeah that's the MSRP of an i.. The MSRP on the car I purchased for 18,300 was 24,300 or so..
  • m6userm6user Posts: 2,952
    Sorry, jfritsch, I thought you were replying to the post immediately before yours. Thanks jeffyscott for illuminating.
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    I put the msrp of 21000 in and 16000 to clarify. A more expensive car would obviously go for more. Sorry I missed the S and the example was for the lower model.

    --jjf

    Yeah that's the MSRP of an i.. The MSRP on the car I purchased for 18,300 was 24,300 or so..
  • m6userm6user Posts: 2,952
    At least in the Chicago area. I assume this is nationwide. I see the car dealers have lowered their advertised low prices about $5-600 in response to Mazda offering an additional $1250 in rebate. Example: High volume dealers(if you can call any Mazda dealer high volume) are at around $15999 I4 SVE which is about $5245 off MSRP. Anybody got any deals to report?
  • lfbmdpclfbmdpc Posts: 2
    Car as described (2008 silver/black value edition/AT with no other options) was $18000 + tax/tags including the usual $250 regional ad fee (which all local dealers are charging here per other email offers I received). This reflects the $2250 rebate just announced by mazda. Dealt with Rohrich Mazada in Pittsburgh PA, internet sales manager was very prompt in getting back to me and easy to deal with. Got reasonable $ on trade (a 2001 audi S4 quattro wagon/AT/60K/ I'd rate between "clean" & "average" = $11,250 from dealer). All in all probably not the deal of the century but a reasonable buying experience.
  • ccd1ccd1 Posts: 140
    I paid a little over $23k for a Grand Touring s (no nav) hatchback. The MSRP is over $28k. The cash incentive for the HB is $2750 in my area.
  • dizbmikunidizbmikuni Posts: 5
    I just got a Mazda6 5dr hatchback automatic in dark gray. The price figured out to be $17,900 OTD, after taxes and fees. I forget what the price was before all that, but california sales tax is 8.25 and dmv/dealer fees were about $230~.
  • m6userm6user Posts: 2,952
    Area and dealer please. Was the 23K OTD or the sales price?
  • matty3imatty3i Posts: 2
    Anyone got a recent deal to report??? I am interested in this and have been looking for some reportable numbers as of late.

    The new 6 is coming out late August so was hoping there will be some further discounting on the current models.

    Thanks
  • m6userm6user Posts: 2,952
    I don't know about your area but Mazda dealers near me have very few 6's left. They must have really been scared to order many due to the new model coming out and the discounts have been pretty good the last few months which moved most of them. It would be nice to hear about any recent deals.
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    Been getting quotes on the 21200 msrp mazda6i sport value edition 4 cyl for about 16400 with all dealer fees (not tax and title) all day. Around 5k off is about an average deal. Probably a bit more off for the pricier models.

    Good luck
    --jjf
  • biker4biker4 Posts: 746
    I wonder what will happen to sales in August when the cheapest 09 model on the lot will be 5K more in real terms. :(
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