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2013 and Earlier - Mazda3 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • chris343chris343 Posts: 8
    No, the price before TTL is about 17600. But we only got 2.6% for finance.
  • bogohobogoho Posts: 24
    17800 + 200 doc fees + ttl.
  • will_ksuwill_ksu Posts: 8
    edited April 2013
    Car_man or whomever might be able to help:

    I'm looking at a 2012 iTouring Auto Sedan with an MSRP of 20,545 in zip code 66502 (Kansas). What's a good price to go for with this? The dealer is saying that there's a 2250-2500 incentive reimbursement to the dealer (heard 2500 first, then 2250) and I haven't tried to take him down any further yet. What number should I shoot for before tax?
    Is it also wrong to refuse their ~$200 admin/document fee?

    Also, would Mazda's 0 percent financing still apply for this vehicle if the price is reduced? The dealer claimed it would not.

  • torvaktorvak Posts: 2
    $18,140 is a very good price!
    I have an offer in hand for 2013 iTouring HB, AT with no extra options for $18,940. And that includes the S-plan, $1000 loyalty, $500 for using 0% financing. Wonder if the distance from the sea makes so much difference - I am in Michingan
  • x5savx5sav Posts: 44
    Your price is not bad either. What color is your car? I also get the Mazda Total Care extended warranty for $810 ($100 deductible, 72/100K coverage)
  • torvaktorvak Posts: 2
    Graphite Mica. My 2006 Mazda3i is black in and out. After 6 years and 118,000 decided to go for a lighter color.
  • benji123benji123 Posts: 61
    Which dealer in SoCal? Salesperson?
  • igozoomzoomigozoomzoom Waleska, GeorgiaPosts: 790

    Thru 04/30/2013, Mazda has the following Dealer Cash (aka- Marketing Support) incentives in place-

    $2250 - can't be used with Mazda Capital Services Special APR financing

    $1000 - can ONLY be used in conjunction with Mazda Capital Services Special APR financing

    $250 - Bonus Cash, can be used in conjunction with $2250

    Special APR Financing
    24-60 months - 0.0% APR
    72 months - 1.9% APR

    So it's either $2500 and no 0% financing OR

    $1000 + 0.0% Financing Deal

    I just used your ZIP to get Edmunds TMV price for the car and here is what I got-

    MSRP- $20,345
    Invoice- $19,497
    Edmunds TMV- $16,821

    So I would shoot for about $17,000 plus their $200-ish Admin Fee plus Tax, Tag and Title. You may also want to go thru the Edmunds 'Get a Dealer Quote' system is they won't come close to that deal. A dealer in Edmunds' network should be willing to sell it to you for TMV-
  • sandman_6472sandman_6472 Coral Springs, FLPosts: 2,626
    Our '05 S model has just under 119k but the a/c is wonkey and the cold air only works on setting 3 & 4...waiting till it stops all together to fix it as hate to throw any more $ at this vehicle after spending $500 and change on three motor mounts in 2012. Car does drive like new now though and wifey loves her silver baby. If the a/c is an inexpensive fix, I'll just do it and get another year out of it. And if we do trade, the a/c has to work but with this mileage, does it really matter? The car does move when one hits the gas pedal...nicely!!!

    The Sandman :) :sick: :shades:

    2014 Hyundai Tuscon SE/2005 Mazda 3s/2008 Hyundai Accent GLS/2009 Nissan Versa SL hatch

  • pkp22pkp22 Posts: 6
    What's a good out the door price for a 2013 2.5 grand touring manual? Sales tax is 6%.
  • Out The Door (OTD): 21151.75 (including tax and title and their "fees")
    = 19336 for car. (excluding)

    Feb 28 2013. we are in eastern CT shopping at modern mazda.

    no options. silver.
  • igozoomzoomigozoomzoom Waleska, GeorgiaPosts: 790

    Sedan or Hatchback?
  • pkp22pkp22 Posts: 6
    Sedan in Philly area.
  • frank123hufrank123hu Posts: 1
    Were you able to get the 0% APR financing on this deal? I've gotten several quotes around the Houston area, and none of them are close to 16,300...
  • flickoflicko Posts: 2
    Is anyone else confused by the incentives? I'm not sure how much it varies by area currently, but edmunds lists $1,000 in customer cash as well as another $1,000 under Marketing Support as dealer cash through the Dealer Engagement program. Both aren't available with special rates through Mazda. Does this mean there is currently $2,000 available if you don't take the financing?
  • vigosvigos Posts: 6
    hey flicko, believe that igozoomzoom answered that a couple posts above yours, does that help?
  • flickoflicko Posts: 2
    edited May 2013
    Sorry I should've clarified in my post as well as the title that I'm referring to incentives for the 2013 hatch itouring Auto. I believe igozoomzoom's post was regarding the 2012 sedans.

    BTW a dealer in my area (Wisconsin) has offered me a 2013 hatch itouring auto with the preferred package for $21,299 (including $1,000 incentive). What do you guys think? It's below edmunds TMV, but it's still above invoice.

    He also clarified that for 5/24-6/3 the 0% incentive will also be $1,000, while the non-special financing will remain $1,000 in case anyone is wondering. Not sure if that's just in my area.
  • tub273tub273 Posts: 1
    Just got a '13 mazda 3 sport with auto (in NY - hudson valley) - 16495 - includes mazda loyalty . Any comments on this price - good, bad , ok?
  • slickmz3slickmz3 Posts: 2
    edited May 2013
    2013 Grand iTouring Hatchback w/Tech package - $24,773 (MSRP $26,560)

    Was able to combine the 1000 customer cash AND 1000 loyalty AND 0% financing, so total cost of $22,773 plus $426 in title & reg fees (no sales tax in this state). Think I did OK!
  • slickmz3slickmz3 Posts: 2
    That's actually pretty fair for the i Touring hatch w/Preferred package. I was quoted $21,491 with an 1000 incentive as well. Invoice is around $22,100 with the preferred package so it is below invoice.....
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