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Mazda CX-7 Prices Paid and Buying Experiences



  • jeffb1jeffb1 Posts: 42
    congrats! I was hoping to get a similar deal awhile back but couldn't find anything more than around $5k off the leftover '08's so eventually i just gave up. I'm awaiting the launch of the new Mazda3 now; going to see what it's all about and then determine whether I'll buy a CX7 or a new 2010 mazda3.

    if you don't mind my asking, where in indiana did you buy? Were you able to locate many leftover '08s?

  • I bought it at Tom Roush Mazda in Westfield, IN (just northeast of Indianapolis). They were the nicest most helpful people. If you are anywhere near here ask for James he helped me and he was upfront and very quick to respond. They were able to locate 3 of the model I wanted with the features I wanted. So they might have more with other features. So basically, I shopped a few dealers, got it down roughly $2500 off the MSRP and then I got $3750 dealer cash.

    I hope that helps.

  • nope, engine has been reporgramed to take regular gas.
    I own a CX-7 GT-AWD and I am currently gettting about 15(city) /19(highway) MPG.
  • I just picked up the cx-7 yest. 1-7-09. I was wrong The $20,238 didnt include the tax and destination or the indiana whell tax. So all said and done it came out to around $22,500. and ohhh im very happy now. We have a 2004 mazda 6 also amd this cx-7 is just as much fun to drive. i highly recomend the bose stereo pack. it sounds great.
  • Is there any clearance deals for the 2008 MAZDA CX-9 GT in the New York Metro area? Please recomment some dealships.. much appreciated.
  • I got a quote on a 2009 Sport FWD (no packages) of $18489. The sticker is $24570 with destination. Is that as good as it's going to get? I'm pushing for a little more off. We'll see!

  • jeffb1jeffb1 Posts: 42
    $6k sounds pretty darned good to me. However, the revised 2010's (with the non-turbo 2.5 4-banger) will be out in April/May, according to a rep I talked to at the StL car show recently. I wonder if deals on 2009's will get even better as the 2010's start to hit showrooms?
  • Thanks for the reply. I just can't wait that long. Daughter totaled her Altima. I thought it was a pretty good price too. I'll get the CX-7 and she gets my 2003 mazda 6. I hate to give it up!!

  • as another pricepoint comparison, back in mid-Sept 08, we bought a new 08 for $7K off MSRP, or $17.5K. 09's had just started showing up on the lots. we did not have to haggle for this offer, as they had taken out a 1/2 page newspaper ad promoting the $7K off "all remining 08's". was in-and-out in less than an hour....

    at the time, a few folks on the board speculated as to how / why they would make such a low offer. one talked about how dealers get a chance to 'buy' from the mfr at cost less incentives and can then remove from the floorplan.

    i guess i ramble about all this for a couple reasons...
    1) i have not seen too many others picking up new CX-7's for $7K off MSRP, making your $6K off offer sound attractive.
    2) while it never hurts to try & get them lower, it would not surprise me if they're already there.
    3) of course, w/ the current environment, who knows what type of mfr incentives are currently being offered just to move any vehicle! ;)
  • Thanks for that information. I'm sure that come Sept 09, the 2009's will be reduced even more. But like you said, 6k off sounds pretty good right now. He doesn't seem to want to budge off that price. I'm at $20350 out the door with my wonderful 8.75% tax rate. Tried to get him to $20k even but no luck. Not sure if I can push him any lower. He says that's the bottom. I just have to decide if I want it.

    Does anyone know if the 2009's are any more reliable then the 2007's? I was reading some reviews with a lot of complaints on reliability. Wonder if it was just the first model year bugs.

    Thanks again!
  • des5des5 Posts: 88
    This is the same price point I got on an identical trim '08 back in September. What this means is Mazda is kicking in the same $3750 on the '09s now that they gave on the '08s back then. This makes sense since CX-7 numbers are down some 60+%.

    On reliability, there were some '07 glitches with the gas cap and tranny, but they were resolved. My '08 has 5 months and 3300 miles so far, and has been perfect.
  • over the last week or so. What kind of deal should I be looking for on Sport Utility Trim for a new 09 or leftover 08??? Havent apporached any dealers directly yet, just researching data and pricing on line. Im in Northeast PA area. Sticker prices Im seeing are in 25-26 range with that trim and a few extras added on. Anyone able to help?
  • aduggaladuggal Posts: 3
    I have just bought a 2009 CX-7 Grand Touring FWD with no additional options for $21,588 (includes destination charge) with an out of the door price of 23,175.

    I actually used the Edmunds "contact local dealers" link and one dealer gave me this price for a car he had on the lot. I was able to use this to negotiate for the one I wanted. I was told there was at least a 4k manufacturer to dealer rebate.

    I tried to go lower but they would not but did throw in wheel locks, cargo net and rear bumper guard.
  • I am looking at a leftover, new '08 Touring. I have an offer of $10,000 off MSRP. Is that good enough?
  • wiknowikno Posts: 3
    Just FYI. Tried 2009 Mazda CX-7 Sport, nice car, got price $19,399 (before destination charge, taxes, registration and other fees). MSRP $23,900. Maryland.
  • zoom49zoom49 Posts: 76
    A 2009 sport FWD are going for $17,995 including destination, plus tax and license.
    That is a all in stock price here in So Cal
  • This board has gotten kind of quiet, so I'll chime in that I recently bought an '09 Touring AWD, with the moonroof/bose package. In the end, I paid about $6,500 below msrp, and a little over $4500 below invoice price, so in line with what people have generally been getting over the past several months. I also had a trade-in, which I think I got a decent value on from the dealer. Overall experience was pretty good, with no high pressure sales tactics from the dealer. I think they got me a bit on the financing, but I'll pay it off relatively quickly anyway.

    Overall, I love the CX-7. Having owned it for about a week, in retrospect I probably should have spent the few extra bucks and gone with the GT, but it is what it is. Not providing auto on/off headlights in the Touring for example is kind of annoying. Also, I can see how the poor gas mileage might be a nuisance over time, but then I'll always come back to how much fun the CX-7 is to drive. Bottom line, for the low-mid $20s, the CX-7 is real strong value, with a lot of bang for the buck.

    This was in Northern NJ btw.
  • abukiabuki Posts: 7
    Hi could you let us know which dealer in NJ did you get this deal from please?
    Thank you...
  • zq8zq8 Posts: 82
    How much dealer cash is there now on the 2009 CX-7 ? Anyone know ?
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