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2013 and earlier Mazda CX-9 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Wow must say you found a pretty stupid dealer there.....please sare their name so rest of us can get some rediculous deals too. BTW I was looking to trade in my 2005 dodge durango with 38k miles on it and was offered $5k for it. SUV's are not selling at all even at whole sale auctions. Price I was given was what durango's like mine were going for at auction. Anyway you sure did get a heck of a deal on 2001 pathfinder with 80k miles on it to be given $ 5k on it plus $9k off MSRP totaling $14k off price of CX-9 with your trade.
    I'm just wondering who your dealer thinks is going to buy it from him and make money. I don't think your dealer will be in busness long with deals like that. So please share dealer with us so we can all get in on such great, unbelievable deals.
  • vinnynyvinnyny Posts: 780
    I've been monitoring this thread closely as I waited for it to get to the true bottom line. If there's a dealer east of the Mississippi who will sell a loaded CX-9 for $14k under MSRP, I'll write the check and pick it up this weekend. So, I'd really appreciate it if you would share the dealer info. Thanks!
  • I am ne to this forum...but you guys are making it interesting!

    Here is what I got from Wantagh Mazda in NY:

    Cx-9 Touring
    4,000 rebate
    roof rails
    MSRP: 33865
    Sales price: 26400 +taxes n DMV fees

    After reading posts, I probably could have done a little better....but all in all i am happy with what i got.
  • Thanks to all the info on this forum, I feel that I got a good deal from Palisades Mazda in NY. Looks like they are a new dealership but the dealership treated us right, especially our salesman, Dominick.

    Paid approx. $30k (not including Taxes and title fees). MSRP for the vehicle was approx $37k
    2008 CX-9 GT AWD
    with Bose/Moonroof and autodimming rear mirror

    On another note, don't get me started on Manhattan Mazda! Even though my experience was limited to price quotes, their operation seems disorganized and gives the impression of a dog-eat-dog dealership where their sales force steps on each other's toes in order to secure sales for themselves. I submitted one online quote, three salesmen from Manhattan got in contact with me at different times each trying to sell a CX-9 for what seemed to be a great price until I confirmed that it was a 2008 model. That's when they stated it was a 2007 and proceeded to ask me what the difference was.LOL Umm, revised engine with more HP and torque. Not to mentioned for a bit more money you could get a 2008 with the same specs.

    Anyway, it worked out in the end thanks to Palisades Mazda. They got me the car I wanted for a price I could live with.
  • nubgngnubgng Posts: 6
    Hi everyone, I am new to the forum and my wife and I are looking to buy a CX-9 and we think we came across a great deal. However, we think we might be able to get a sweeter deal, but we don't want to be too aggressive and lose the deal. Here is what we have so far:

    CX-9 Grand Touring
    FWD
    GT Assistance Package
    Rear DVD System
    Blind Side Monitoring System
    All weather mats
    Cargo Mat

    Dealer says he will do the deal for $30,999.00. They had to match a deal from another local dealer. I would like to see if I can get it for $29K. Do you think this is unreasonable? Any advice would be appreciated.
  • Still not clear what happened here.

    pearliegirl, which one of the following 2 scenarios are you saying took place...

    (1) MSRP on this was about $42,500 and you got about $9,000 off MSRP for the car, but then got $5,000 for your used car? In which case, you're saying you paid the dealership $28,677?

    (2) Or are you saying you got $14,000 off MSRP for the CX-9, and then an additional $5,000 for your used car?

    Please clarify
    Thanks
  • lookcx9lookcx9 Posts: 4
    Guys,
    I am looking to find the best deal on a 2008 CX9 Touring AWD or GT AWD, with at least Leather upholstery.
    The deal I am getting from a dealer in western Mass is $ 27635 for
    2008 CX9, Touring, Heated Leather, Moonroof/Bose package.

    Do you think I can get a better deal than this in MA/CT/RI/NH ? Which dealership ?
  • lookcx9lookcx9 Posts: 4
    I have to add, this is sale price WITHOUT the special 1.9 % Mazda financing.
    excludes any trade, or taxes/ fees.
  • clairebclaireb Posts: 12
    Have you used the Mazda website to contact several dealers on some specific CX9's and ask them to quote you on them - and make sure to let them know you are not interested in the finance deal, but the bottom line price - that is how I got the best deal.
  • lookcx9lookcx9 Posts: 4
    I hadn't until now. Thanks.
  • lookcx9, why don't you read last couple of pages of this thread first, then ask questions. Not trying to be rude, simply to suggest that an answer is closer than you think...

    Your deal is OK, but I'm sure you can do better, like 26,500. What dealer in MA are you working with?
  • If you had the chance to read my last couple of posts (#963 and #997) you'll understand what my situation and here's an update.

    In actuality, as it turns out, post #997 didn’t even cover ‘everything’ that we went through. As I mentioned in post #997, we had about 6 aftermarket installations done at the dealership. When we picked up the car (2008 GT AWD Black/Sand Interior) at the dealership after having been there for 2 days, we found that there were dents, scratches, and a center console that was not reattached after installation. Those were the first issues we pointed out to the dealership that evening – being that it was already late and no one that could address the problems were at the dealership, we decided to go home. Well the following is the part of the story that happened after the #997 post…

    The morning after we picked up the car from the dealership we took a bit of a road trip (50 miles each way). When we got to the destination, I turned off the car and then attempted to lock the doors with the ‘smartkey’. It did not lock, then I tried several different things, and it seemed that the entire car was just ‘dead’ – even tried to start the car with the actual key which did not work. Had to call the dealership again and Mazda Roadside assistance. When Mazda Roadside assistance arrived, they popped open the hood and found that the cable to the battery was not ‘attached’ to the battery (which I guess I could have done and fixed the problem, but that’s besides the point). Obviously the dealership, as with the other issues we had, had done a sloppy job and didn’t put back the battery cable properly!! At this point I just couldn’t believe what was happening – and I surely did let the dealership know. So after the weekend we brought the car in “again” and they took it for 4 days to do the repairs on the damage (dents/scratches). Just picked up the car last week, and of course something wasn’t right – the driver side door made an awful sound upon closing the door shut. Once again no one was there that could do anything about it, although the “Service Manager” was there – but I have to say, he is the most useless individual I’ve dealt with in a long time! So once “again” we had to bring the car back several days later to have them repair the driver side door. It took them maybe an hour (thank goodness!!), and the service guy clearly said that the person before had not put the door back together properly (they had to get into the door to repair the driver side door dent apparently). WOW!!! Can you believe what we’ve had to go through?!?

    So my initial question in #997 post (which no none cared to offer advice for) was what can I get from the dealership out of this? They already offered some free service – what do you think we deserve?

    Anyhow, yes, although we went through hell, today I am finally a happy CX-9 owner! But still mad as hell with our dealership.

    By the way this was the deal (it was several weeks ago, so I'm sure you can get better deals now in August)...

    2008 Grand Touring AWD

    GT Assistance Package
    Dual Headrest DVD Entertainment Unit - (This is an aftermarket install of an Audiovox/Advent product (model: HR7008PKG) - MSRP was $2,000)
    Moonroof/Bose Stereo
    Blind Spot Monitoring
    Remote Engine Start
    Auto Dim Mirror
    Roof Rails
    Roof Crossbars
    Towing
    Cargo Mat
    Cargo Net

    MSRP = $43,532
    Sale Price = $34,990 (not including tax/fees)
  • jchappeljchappel Posts: 16
    Man, at least the dealer replaced my vehicle with a new one when the computer went bad on the first day. Sorry to hear you had such problems with it. It seems to me that you got a really good deal. As far as freebies, what else do you need for your CX-9? Ask them to comp it. I've had my CX-9 for a week now and love it. I also have a lot of faith in the dealership here.
  • nubgngnubgng Posts: 6
    Hey everyone need your advice,

    I live in Miami and I am going to see the internet sales manager from a North Miami dealership. I was offered $30,990 for a CX-9 GT with GT assist, moonroof/Bose and Blind Spot Monitoring. He asked to meet with us this Saturday and I need to know if I should push to get it below $30K, preferably $29K. I don't know if this is unrealistic, but I sure am going to give it a try unless someone can point out another way to get this done. He's already come off the price about $7500, but I think he can go down just a bit more. He claims he's never lost a customer especially when it comes to price. NEED SOME SERIOUS ADVICE HERE!!! Any help is appreciated.
  • selooseloo Posts: 606
    If everyone will use this format (or something similar) to post your deal, we may have less confusion.

    Example Below:

    MSRP:
    Dealer Add-ons:

    Invoice Price:
    Rebates:

    Price Paid:
    Requested Add-ons:
    Total Price before (TT&L and Fees):
    State/Metro Tax:
    Drive-out tag:
    Doc. Fee (other fees):
    Other Taxes:

    Trade-in:
    Book value:
    Your trade:
  • Hey there sleepybubba, I was in the market for a CX9, when I stumbled upon this forum myself and started to read this and said what do I have to lose. That was two days ago, so I email like you to METRO MAZDA to get a quote and to my surprise I had an email back with in 20mins with full photos, window sticker and a break down of the price. Here is where it gets GREAT, they quoted me over $10,000 on a fully loaded CX9 GT with everything but rear DVD. They did require me to finance with them but they were able to get the same rate that I would have gotten my self at my credit union. I want to thank Edmunds for having a Forum like this and sleepybubba for the help. I also highly suggest any one in the market for a Mazda to METRO MAZDA in Raynham they are great to deal with. I and my partner are now going every where in our new CX9. Thanks.
  • Hey there sleepybubba, I was in the market for a CX9, when I stumbled upon this forum myself and started to read this and said what do I have to lose. That was two days ago, so I email like you to METRO MAZDA to get a quote and to my surprise I had an email back with in 20mins with full photos, window sticker and a break down of the price. Here is where it gets GREAT, they quoted me over $10,000 on a fully loaded CX9 GT with everything but rear DVD. They did require me to finance with them but they were able to get the same rate that I would have gotten my self at my credit union. I want to thank Edmunds for having a Forum like this and sleepybubba for the help. I also highly suggest any one in the market for a Mazda to METRO MAZDA in Raynham they are great to deal with. I and my partner are now going every where in our new CX9. Thanks.

    MSRP: 41,482

    Invoice Price: not sure
    Rebates:

    Price Paid: 31,300
    Requested Add-ons: every thing but nav
    Total Price before (TT&L and Fees):
    State/Metro Tax: 5%
    Drive-out tag:
    Doc. Fee (other fees): 299
    Other Taxes:
  • Hey there sleepybubba, I was in the market for a CX9, when I stumbled upon this forum myself and started to read this and said what do I have to lose. That was two days ago, so I email like you to METRO MAZDA to get a quote and to my surprise I had an email back with in 20mins with full photos, window sticker and a break down of the price. Here is where it gets GREAT, they quoted me over $10,000 on a fully loaded CX9 GT with everything but rear DVD. They did require me to finance with them but they were able to get the same rate that I would have gotten my self at my credit union. I want to thank Edmunds for having a Forum like this and sleepybubba for the help. I also highly suggest any one in the market for a Mazda to METRO MAZDA in Raynham they are great to deal with. I and my partner are now going every where in our new CX9. Thanks.

    MSRP: 41,482

    Invoice Price: not sure
    Rebates:

    Price Paid: 31,300
    Requested Add-ons: every thing but nav
    Total Price before (TT&L and Fees):
    State/Metro Tax: 5%
    Drive-out tag:
    Doc. Fee (other fees): 299
  • bao1bao1 Posts: 28
    I am in the market for a 2008 GT AWD/FWD model. Is anyone getting 10K off of MSRP in the chicagoland area?
    thanks in advance
  • dashbbdashbb Posts: 119
    Just in!

    In addition to the huge rebates already in place - you will receive an additional $500 Owner Loyalty Bonus Cash to put toward the purchase or lease of a 2008 Mazda CX-7, CX-9, and the all new 2009 Mazda 6!.

    This offer is nationwide.
  • badselfbadself Posts: 39
    No way this vehicle lists for $41,482 without nav and assist package. With those options, and homelink, and remote start, all-weather, BSMS, etc..., my MSRP was $41,405. Nice deal compared to what I paid in April, but not $10,000 off MSRP if nav was not included. Sorry.

    Either way, you should find the vehicle very satisfying. I hope you enjoy it.
  • wabuyerwabuyer Posts: 2
    HI All, here's the deal I've been presented with: (I'm in Seattle)

    2008 GT AWD

    Options: Moonroof and Bose,
    TOWING PACKAGE ,
    BLIND SPOT MONITORING SYSTEM,
    Roof Rails
    Splash Guards
    GT Assist Package

    Cash Price = 33K + TTL

    Is this a good deal?

    In the TTL they've included a $50 admin/doc fee - but that's it so far...
    I was told by the dealer that the factory-dealer incentive is $4000 and not $4500.

    Is there anything else I should ask for - ie carpet mats, cross bars for the rails?

    I'm going to pull the trigger in the next two days...

    Thanks,

    dan
  • 2008 GT AWD
    GT Assist
    RES/Bose
    Cargo net
    All weather floor mats

    MSRP: 40,787
    Price paid: 31,925 (plus taxes, tags and a $489 non-negotiable dealer handling fee).

    I will also be tinting the driver/passenger windows to match the rear (we are in a high-sun, high-heat area); price not yet determined.

    This price was for a dealer not in my area; it is about $1500-2000 less than what others were offering (and he had the exact color match we wanted, unlike the others).
  • nubgngnubgng Posts: 6
    Looks like a pretty good deal to me. We just bought a CX-9 GT on Saturday and here are the specs.

    Blind Side Monitor System
    Cargo Net
    Wheel Locks

    MSRP: 34,295
    Dealer Price: 35,785
    Price Paid: 28,000 (we paid tax, tag and title plus $799 dealer fee separately)

    We looked at a fully loaded GT, but this one fit our needs. We may look into adding the auto-dimming mirror with backup camera later (jury still out on that one). Overall, my wife and I love the vehicle. Hope you enjoy yours. :)
  • We just got a CX-9 GT (Black Cherry Mica) on Monday, Bay Area

    Blind Spot Monitoring Sistem
    Rear seat Ent./Bose
    GT Assist Package

    MSPR: 40,565
    Price Paid: 31,500+tax

    We're really enjoy it! Nice car!
  • After talking with our dealer here in Tulsa (Nelson - they're very good. Bought my 3s Hatch from them) and getting them to agree to invoice on a Touring AWD w/ tow package if we'd use the 1.9% financing, I sent an email to Town North in Dallas, asking him what his best price would be on a optioned out GT AWD (MSRP $41,540) if we used our own financing. He came back withing a couple hours with a price of $32,329 + TTL. $9000 off list!

    Haven't sealed the deal yet, but I think it's too good to pass up!

    Grand Touring AWD
    Galaxy Gray
    GT Assist
    Towing
    Rear Ent. System
    BSM
    Autodim mirror w homelink
    Splash Guards
    Wheel Locks

    We're getting so much more car than we thought we could afford. Only thing we have to add is the roof rails! I think we're heading down Friday - wish us luck.
  • cericceric Posts: 1,093
    Since you lucky folks are getting the CX9 at below invoice price,
    it is actually cheaper for you to buy the vehicles with the accessories you wanted.
    If you add them on after-market, you will have to pay above invoice for the parts, plus possibly S&H and installation (unless DIY) cost.

    I would suggest you have the accessories added into the deal, and close it. If the salesman really wants your business, he will manage.

    Best price for parts online:
    mazdaparts.org
    waynemazda.com
  • nswartzbnswartzb Posts: 40
    make sure you run the numbers.
    if you get your own financing, i'm guessing the rate for 60months is something like 5.9%.
    on the other hand, if you take Mazda's special financing for 60months at 1.9%, that 4.0% difference on a $35000 car ($38300 tax title etc) will be an extra $70 per month, or $4200 over the life of the loan.
    sometime a higher price and lower finance rate is better -- plus you won't have to leave tulsa.
  • Thanks for looking out - but I've run the numbers.

    We are pre-approved for 4.99% with a credit union up here, so it's definitely better for us to take the $4000 off instead of the 1.9% rate. We'll most likely pay it off before the full five years also.

    Here's the message from our dealer in Tulsa, after I told him abou the quote from Dallas:

    "I'm looking at the GT packages out there and it's either units that are too far away or a dealer that doesn't want to trade with me. I have to tell you that deal is a good one! Make sure it's not a hail unit and pick that bad boy up. I don't know if they have a volume based stair step they get on cx9's or what but they are 1673 back of invoice. I know we will see ya for service at least! Good luck."

    I knew I had a really good deal once my local dealer wouldn't even try to match it!

    And it's getting better - I'm also going to get the $500 loyalty discount, so that takes my price down to $31,829. Pushing $10k off!
  • vinnynyvinnyny Posts: 780
    Wow...a dealer who was honest with you!
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