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

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  • buyer101buyer101 Posts: 80
    What is the projected OTD with this ? I think there is room to do a lot better.

    Did you try Schwartz Mazda in Shrewsbury ? Let me know if you need a referral
  • Today was the wifes bday so we ended up purchasing locally at Wantagh Mazda, CX-9 AWD Touring w/ Moonroof/Bose, power liftgate, carpet mats, wheel locks. Paid $33,530 with delivery which was $300 over the invoice we were shown for everything included and the invoice numbers matched up with what is shown here, plus 8.625 tax (NY sucks), DMV, the OTD price was $36,759. We thought heavily about going over the bridge to Wayne, NJ for a lower price quoted by phone but after reading someone's bad experiece there on this site and some information to confirm it from my local dealer we were very happy purchasing from Wantagh Mazda, used Edmund's to request quotes and dealt with a no pressure up front sales person. We pick up the car on Wednesday.
  • whitey17whitey17 Posts: 3
    Thanks, Mazdaduck. The sales rep I've been dealing with just called me and told me that their buyer paid a lot of money for these corporate driven '10 Mazda CX-9's. He tells me the new 2010's are selling like hot cakes and they're low on inventory. Funny, last week things were slow for Feb/March. They're starting to play games and frankly, it's ticking me off. Where exactly is your plan of attack detailed - I'm interested. I don't live in Minnesota -- all talks are happening over the phone. Your advice is very much appreciated.
  • 9honda89honda8 Posts: 20
    The numbers come out to $35,335.00 Out The Door. Stand alone invoice comes
    to 32,530 but a $1000.00 rebate brings that down to 31,530 then add tax and tags.
    I may be wrong but looks like, you may have paid an extra grand. Did you take
    0 % finance? PS I am looking for the exact same rig.
  • Hi everyone. I am looking at a 2010 AWD GT with nav, roof rack, etc. MSRP 39515. Dealler best price is 36,600. will be taking the 0% financing. tax and tags is another 2500 in PA. Any thoughts???
  • 9honda, the invoice for the car and everything included was $32,530 plus delivery of $700 made it $33,230 plus the $300 over invoice the dealer made so it came to $33,530 plus tax and dmv.Tax is NY is a killer!! We are financing most of it at 0% so we did not get the 1k rebate or the $500 rebate for being a previous Mazda customer.
  • Wanted to get feedback on this deal:

    AWD CX-9 Touring
    Bose/Moonroof
    Power Liftgate

    32,650 + TTL.

    Thoughts? I am told in the Boston area there is a $600 assessment for advertising, but the price shown above is the bottom line price.
  • mazdaduckmazdaduck Posts: 32
    edited March 2010
    Whitey, You are catching on to the dealer. If the cars really were selling like "hot cakes," in my opinion, they would not have a bunch of them on their lot, and there would be a waiting list for the vehicle. My plan is based upon my own purchase of the vehicle, and in consideration of the consumer reports price service for the vehicle (which cost me $15 and I am providing to you for free. It goes over all of the dealer incentives which exist for WI, OH, MI, and IN but not MN). But, you need to purchase the vehicle by Wednesday (tomorrow) to take advantage of all the savings. If I were you, I would take off from work and head to Wisconsin (or another dealer) tomorrow. You will not get the 0% financing on Thursday. Do not waste any more time talking to a dealership which is playing games with you. Especially since you do not even live in MN. MD (Mazda duck)
  • mazdaduckmazdaduck Posts: 32
    How much is TTL? It is a lot easier to assess the out the door price. Are you getting 0% financing? It makes a difference in the price. If so, you need to purchase the car by tomorrow (Wednesday). MD
  • The deal is:

    Price: 32,650
    Taxes (MA): 2,040
    Fees: $125 plates + $299 doc

    OTD: $35,114

    Good deal?

    Touring W/ Bose and liftgate, and rails.

    Taking advantage of the 0%
  • mazdaduckmazdaduck Posts: 32
    I got the same car in a FWD for $33k. So, I would say that $34K is a great deal with the AWD. You have a decent deal, would like to see you get this car for $34K, especially since it is the last day of the month. My advice to you is start early today, go to the dealer in person, tell them you will by the car for $34K out the door, and when they give you the sales pitch, walk out and leave them your cell number. They most likely will call you when you are on your way to the next dealer. Remember, the 0% ends today. Good luck!
  • jeffinboston1jeffinboston1 Posts: 5
    edited March 2010
    Thanks so much for posting the reply.

    For my clarification: When you say you got the same car in a FWD for $33K was that with 6.25% taxes like Massachusetts?

    Out of the 10 dealers I have dealt with, this one is the lowest by $500 and the others either won't budge at all or are very slow to move lower. What you are saying is asking for another $800-$1000 lower than what they already are quoting.

    Thanks.
  • mbc1mbc1 Posts: 1
    I'm looking to buy today to capture 0%. Went to close the deal yesterday and dealer started adding on extra fees so walked.

    Looking at CX-9 touring AWD Crystal White with Bose/ Moonroof , Power Lift Gate.and Roof Rails.

    Out the door price quoted was $36,600 (includes $2400 NJ tax and $ 400 actual cost for Title and 4 year registration).

    $ 33,800 excluding Tax and actual Title/ Registration cost

    Looking for thoughts on this price, Can I do better?
  • aviboy97aviboy97 Posts: 3,159
    edited March 2010
    Jeff,

    Does this CX-9 have an MSRP around $35,827? If so, you are buying that Mazda CX-9 Touring for around $800 under invoice. That is a GREAT deal in New England. I would take it.
  • buyer101buyer101 Posts: 80
    Call Art Manukyan in Schwartz Mazda. He can probably do better. Tell him that you are being referred to by a person who bought a Crystal White Touring FWD from him on 11.28.2009
  • fastjfastj Posts: 4
    Just did a deal for sales price of $31,255 and drive out total of $33,530. MSRP was $34,377. Took the 0%. Quoted price was $30,255 without the 0%.

    I'm in Austin and shopped pretty hard in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, and Houston using Overstock.com and emails. Went to local dealer here in Austin "ready to buy" and the lowest I got them was $31,800 (and that wasn't easy). As pointed out a page or two back all the dealers in Austin are owned by the same company. Ended up buying from a Dallas area dealer because we were headed up there on a trip anyway.
  • jeffinboston1jeffinboston1 Posts: 5
    edited April 2010
    Just parked the new car in the garage. Deal was closed tonight:

    MSRP was around $35,252 (touring AWD w/ Bose and Moonroof, wheel locks, mats, cargo net, roof rails).

    Sale price was $32,650 + 6.25% tax + 299 doc fee. Took the 0%.

    I think it was a really good deal for Massachusetts.
  • I just wanted to post this deal that I did last night because I had been lurking here the last few days and got a lot of good pointers and I feel it paid off. I got the FWD touring with moonroof/bose package and the touring lift gate package. The sticker was 34,177. I got the car for 30,000 + 6% FLA sales tax and 0% for 60 months.
    It was the last day of the month and I looked on the board in the sales manager"s office for the worst salesman. He'd only sold three cars for the month. He was bad and we didn't get out of there until after 10pm but I feel it was worth it. I hope this helps someone, like you helped me.
  • fastjfastj Posts: 4
    Satman that is an awesome deal. Beat my deal described above by about $1k. I don't think I could have got that kind of deal in Texas. I like the idea of finding the worst salesman.

    I lurked too for about a week. Thanks to everyone for the helpful posts.
  • Reposting my own message because I left out that I also had the liftgate included in this deal. Sorry to mislead.

    Just parked the new car in the garage. Deal was closed tonight:

    MSRP was around $35,252 (touring AWD w/ Bose and Moonroof, Power Lift Gate, wheel locks, mats, cargo net, roof rails).

    Sale price was $32,650 + 6.25% tax + 299 doc fee. Took the 0%.

    I think it was a really good deal for Massachusetts.
  • mazdaduckmazdaduck Posts: 32
    Awesome deal Sat, you even beat the Mazda duck! Well done!
  • omaloomalo Posts: 2
    edited April 2010
    Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum. Hopefully you guys can help me out. I just got an S-Plan price via email for a Touring, Pearl White, Bose/Moon Roof, Power Liftgate, 6 CD audio package. The sticker is 34,377. The S-Plan quote is 32,004 with 0% finance. This appears too high to me according to some of the deals the were posted on this forum. My thought is that the price should be about 1000 less even with the 0%. Thoughts?
  • Based on the deal I got in Miami it's 2000.00 to high. I did have a lot of good things going for me. Last day of the month,bad salesman and hungry dealership. Even so I feel it is at least $1500 to much. Offer 29,900 and don't go higher than 30,500 and I bet you get the car plus the 0%. If they ask about financing before just tell them that it has nothing to do with your price. My guy was so dumb he never even brought it up. They wanted to run my credit and I told them no until we had a solid deal. I locked them at $30,000 got it signed off and went to finance. I never mentioned finance when I did the deal. They assumed I had no idea about 0%. When I went to finance he tried to tell me 0% was not available on the CX-9. After I told him BS he walked out to the sales managers office and they all hung there heads, they knew the jig was up. He came back and said he made a mistake, it was available for the CX-9. I also did not have to make my first payment for 90 days. It will be due 6-29-10. So it is really 63 months interest free. This is what I did, it may work for you. The last day of the month and last place salesman I think helped me a lot.

    GOOD LUCK

    Satman
  • Hi everyone, I have a question regarding Edmund's TMW price.
    Would the Edmund's TMW price be the "correct" or lowest price for a particular vehicle. What are you guys experiences with TMW price.

    For example, the TMW price for 2010 GT AWD w/ Bose and Moonroof & Power Lift Gate in NYC Metro is $34,029 with $37,450 invoice.
    I intend to email my local dealer and offer them $34,029 and not an penny more.

    What do you guys feel about it. Is the Edmund's TMW price "correct", too high or too low???

    Thanks........
  • buyer101buyer101 Posts: 80
    I have the exact same configuration and color that you describe, in FWD

    Paid $29,662 + Tax + DMV charges for an OTD of 33,500

    This was a 100 % cash deal done on last day of Nov 2009
  • 9honda89honda8 Posts: 20
    Suggest when posting we mention what state we are in which helps others with their pricing . Secondly you must read this vital information from James Bell a
    car dealer. It is the finest piece on scams that I have seen. Hope this Helps.

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  • 9honda89honda8 Posts: 20
    Sorry I'm in New York :) :)
  • fastjfastj Posts: 4
    Omalo, there is one thing regarding my sales price of $31,255 that I didn't know at the time of my post above because I finalized my deal over the phone on the last day of the month with a dealer 200 miles from my house. I bought the exact same car you are looking at (MSRP $34,377). When I picked up the car on Friday and signed off, I noticed the sales price was $31,755 but then a $500 rebate from Mazda was assigned to the dealer bringing the price to what I was told via email and phone ($31,255). Apparently there had been an auto show in the Dallas Fort Worth area so there was an available $500 rebate. The salesman didn't mention that on the phone so I guess the dealer's actual sales price was $31,755 rather than the $31,255 I posted.
  • omaloomalo Posts: 2
    edited April 2010
    Thanks for the info everyone. I forgot to mention I live in New Orleans so I would think the price should be close to the deals I'm seeing in Florida and Texas. I just missed out on the auto show rebate last month in my area. None of the dealers had the options I was looking for. I think I'll start working on getting the price somewhere around 31,000 and call it good.
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