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2016 Mazda 6 Prices Paid And Buying Experience

laandrewlaandrew Posts: 27
edited June 2015 in Mazda
It's June and Mazda 6 2016 hit the dealerships awhile back. It would be informative for all to share your buying experience for this model here. Please try to publish as much as information possible like the location/area you live, model/ style of the car, any added option or packages, but not to add up tax and title which are specific to each area.
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  • wpb5wpb5 Posts: 15
    I'm negotiating a deal for a 2016 Touring + Moonroof package , MSRP $27,100 I was offered $23,700 (that includes $500 for financing thru Mazda) . The out the door price somehow is $26,000 (Florida tax rate 6%) so I'm guessing the dealer fee was not included in the $23,700. I'm still shopping around as I'm shooting for $25k OTD, I don't know if I'm being realistic ?
  • laandrewlaandrew Posts: 27
    Thanks @wpb5 I am looking to the exact same style and package. To me based on the invoice information here the quoted price seems enticing. Tell me if you seal the deal.
  • wpb5wpb5 Posts: 15
    I'm still working on a deal, got a $25,750 + tag from a 2nd dealer,

    What numbers are you getting from your dealership ?
  • wpb5wpb5 Posts: 15
    Anyone has any numbers to share with us ?? 
  • laandrewlaandrew Posts: 27
    Best offer I got in southern California for the same Ti with moonroof option was $25150! So after tax and fees, it would be more than $27500 OTD! I am not aware of that $500 cash incentive here as it may be local to your area (I guess Florida, right?)

    Anyone else? guys please share your experiences I enjoy forum discussion on the same topic on Honda Accord!
  • wpb5wpb5 Posts: 15
    I'm not sure that it's local, but by browsing in few forums, I found out there is a $500 for financing thru Mazda and $500 if you bank with Chase another $500 loyalty if you own Mazda, however  my local dealers insist that both can't be combined, you should check with more than one dealer in area,
  • wpb5wpb5 Posts: 15
    I just came back from the dealership, I got them to bring the selling price including taxes to $25,250 for Touring + Moonroof still have to pay for tag. How did I do ? Should I pull the trigger ?
  • laandrewlaandrew Posts: 27
    @wpb5 So tax included in that price? Whats their final selling price offer and dealer's fee?
  • wpb5wpb5 Posts: 15
    That's all included except DMV fees ,, I didn't get into details , I got a $25,750 from 1 dealer took it to the closest one and asked them to match it and tgive me an extra $500 because I bank with Chase. The salesman said he would work it with F&I when I'm ready to buy. So I'm expecting to pay $25,250 + DMV. Only condition is to make the deal happen before the end of the month and to pick a car that's availabe on the lot.
    That looks like a sweet deal to me but I want double check :)
  • laandrewlaandrew Posts: 27
    Yeah I guess it is a god deal. I can't find something close to it here in socal. Planning to wait maybe a month or so to get better price.
  • roubaudroubaud Posts: 80
    Thoughts?
    2016 Mazda 6 IGT w/ tech
    $339/mth (includes tax), 36/10, and nothing down (sign and drive)
    Sell at 30,345
    Net cap 31,249

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,674
    roubaud said:

    Thoughts?
    2016 Mazda 6 IGT w/ tech
    $339/mth (includes tax), 36/10, and nothing down (sign and drive)
    Sell at 30,345
    Net cap 31,249

    I get $364/mo with those numbers.

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  • roubaudroubaud Posts: 80
    Michaell said:

    roubaud said:

    Thoughts?
    2016 Mazda 6 IGT w/ tech
    $339/mth (includes tax), 36/10, and nothing down (sign and drive)
    Sell at 30,345
    Net cap 31,249

    I get $364/mo with those numbers.
    On the other feed you said this looked good (it's the same MSRP):
    $342 / mth (includes tax) for 36/10 sign and drive
    MSRP $33,195
    Sell $30,832
    Net Cap $31,327
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,674
    roubaud said:

    Michaell said:

    roubaud said:

    Thoughts?
    2016 Mazda 6 IGT w/ tech
    $339/mth (includes tax), 36/10, and nothing down (sign and drive)
    Sell at 30,345
    Net cap 31,249

    I get $364/mo with those numbers.
    On the other feed you said this looked good (it's the same MSRP):
    $342 / mth (includes tax) for 36/10 sign and drive
    MSRP $33,195
    Sell $30,832
    Net Cap $31,327
    Oops ... didn't notice above that you didn't provide the MSRP ... I used the sell price as the MSRP in my calculations.

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  • roubaudroubaud Posts: 80
    Michaell said:

    roubaud said:

    Michaell said:

    roubaud said:

    Thoughts?
    2016 Mazda 6 IGT w/ tech
    $339/mth (includes tax), 36/10, and nothing down (sign and drive)
    Sell at 30,345
    Net cap 31,249

    I get $364/mo with those numbers.
    On the other feed you said this looked good (it's the same MSRP):
    $342 / mth (includes tax) for 36/10 sign and drive
    MSRP $33,195
    Sell $30,832
    Net Cap $31,327
    Oops ... didn't notice above that you didn't provide the MSRP ... I used the sell price as the MSRP in my calculations.
    Ha! Thanks. You've been most helpful on two cars now. :)
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,674
    roubaud said:

    My final numbers on a 2016 Mazda 6 IGT w/ tech in Nebraska on a 36/10 lease
    MSRP -- 33,195 (invoice is 31,220 for those in the future who read this)
    Sale price -- 30,310
    Net Cap -- 31,214
    Residual -- 19,917
    Monthly -- $335 w/ tax (that's about $315 before tax), sign and drive

    Picked it up today. The only other car we seriously considered was an Acura TLX 2.4L, but it did not look or feel any better on the inside, did not drive better, has no radar cruise control, is terribly boring on the outside, and overall feels like an old person's car / boat. A strange world when one shops Mazda vs. Acura -- but times are changing in the near-luxury world. Hope the Mazda has good reliability, but the safety rankings are top notch (not to mention projected fuel economy -- which we all know is overblown yet one can hope).

    Love Edmunds, which has helped us make informed decisions on 4 cars over the years. Thank you all!

    Congratulations!

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  • cericceric Posts: 1,092
    2016 GT w/tech
    MSRP: $33195 (or so)
    Price: $29,685 (below invoice by $1k)
    (Lic. & Doc extra)
    Bought on May 13.
    Sonic Silver + Parchment
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,188
    ceric said:

    2016 GT w/tech
    MSRP: $33195 (or so)
    Price: $29,685 (below invoice by $1k)
    (Lic. & Doc extra)
    Bought on May 13.
    Sonic Silver + Parchment

    Congrats on the ride. Sounds nice!

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  • gallageegallagee Posts: 3
    I'll share the 3 quotes I'm working through on the 3 trims I wanted to compare. Please let me know thoughts:

    AT with Bose/Moonroof MSRP: $27,365
    AT with Bose/Moonroof Price: $24,981

    AT with Bose/MR + Tech MSRP: $29,040
    AT with Bose/MR + Tech MSRP: $26,429

    GT MSRP: $31,240
    GT Price: $28,500

    Tax extra and add $231.50 for doc, title, tag.

    I have 2 dealers that seem ready to compete, so today I'm hoping to hone in on the best combo of color preferences + trim/options available on their lots and get the price down maybe a few hundred bucks at this point, but I don't think I can get much lower.

    Thoughts?


  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    edited July 2015
    TMV on the GT is $29,542, and that's just a couple of hundred bucks above invoice. So $1,000 below invoice sounds pretty good. I didn't check the other trims but I bet they are below invoice too.

    If you don't need to buy "today", you might find it easier to get a few hundred bucks more off by waiting until the end of the month. But you have an advantage already with the two dealers fighting for your business.

    Your doc fees aren't too bad and it sounds like the dealers aren't trying to stuff you with etching or nitrogen or other extras.

    Good luck and let us know how it plays out today.
  • gallageegallagee Posts: 3
    edited July 2015
    Ended up going with the Touring with Bose/MR package. MSRP $27,365
    Sales Price: $24,900 no added fees aside from tax, title, license. Even got the $199 doc fee off.

    Pretty happy with getting a well equipped, sharp looking, highly rated, and fun sedan for under $25K.

    Thanks

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,674
    gallagee said:

    Ended up going with the Touring with Bose/MR package. MSRP $27,365
    Sales Price: $24,900 no added fees aside from tax, title, license. Even got the $199 doc fee off.

    Pretty happy with getting a well equipped, sharp looking, highly rated, and fun sedan for under $25K.

    Thanks

    Congrats! I saw a Touring at a dealer a few weeks ago and agree they are a great looking sedan.

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  • laandrewlaandrew Posts: 27
    edited August 2015
    OK. It seems that my search finally ended last weekend. I pulled the trigger on the deal that I couldn't resist then. I got a 2016 Mazda6 Touring trim with Bose and Moonroof package MSRP $27140 for $23400 before TTL in southern California. Unfortunately for buying in this price, I couldn't get the 5 yrs Mazda promotional financing rate of 0.99 and offered %3.9 APR. But I guess I can refinance later in the year after few payments. Of course if the Fed won't increase rates much! I feel like I should still shed a few hundred dollars on the price but since it was the beginning of the month and no noticeable incentive available on 2016 model, I didn't go harder! What do you guys think of my deal?
  • saratogastevesaratogasteve San Jose, CaPosts: 180
    laandrew said:

    OK. It seems that my search finally ended last weekend. I pulled the trigger on the deal that I couldn't resist then. I got a 2016 Mazda6 Touring trim with Bose and Moonroof package MSRP $27140 for $23400 before TTL in southern California. Unfortunately for buying in this price, I couldn't get the 5 yrs Mazda promotional financing rate of 0.99 and offered %3.9 APR. But I guess I can refinance later in the year after few payments. Of course if the Fed won't increase rates much! I feel like I should still shed a few hundred dollars on the price but since it was the beginning of the month and no noticeable incentive available on 2016 model, I didn't go harder! What do you guys think of my deal?

    deal sounds good - interest rate not so good. what was your credit score? Most credit unions offer 1.5% for new car purchases with good credit.
  • laandrewlaandrew Posts: 27
    @saratogasteve Fortunately 10 days after I bougth I refinanced through my credit union for 60 months at %2.1
  • hokienutz99hokienutz99 Posts: 6
    edited August 2015
    Last Friday finally settled on a new 2016 Mazda 6 Grand Touring with the technology package, rear bumper guard, and wheel locks. The dealership is in Huntersville, NC, right outside of Charlotte. Here's the deal I received:

    MSRP: $33,370
    Invoice: $31,360
    Selling Price: $31,860
    Rebate included: ($750)
    Final cost of car: $31,110

    The dealership also threw in an extra year of maintenance for free (two years worth total), discounted an extended warranty by 40%, and also discounted gap insurance by 50%.

    Since I had to roll in some negative equity into my loan from my trade, my loan amount is on the higher side (130% LTV ratio), which is why I was only able to get 2.99% interest. Had I not had negative equity to contend with, by interest rate would have been 1.99%. Overall though, I am very pleased with this deal.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,674

    Last Friday finally settled on a new 2016 Mazda 6 Grand Touring with the technology package, rear bumper guard, and wheel locks. The dealership is in Huntersville, NC, right outside of Charlotte. Here's the deal I received:

    MSRP: $33,370
    Invoice: $31,360
    Selling Price: $31,860
    Rebate included: ($750)
    Final cost of car: $31,110

    The dealership also threw in an extra year of maintenance for free (two years worth total), discounted an extended warranty by 40%, and also discounted gap insurance by 50%.

    Since I had to roll in some negative equity into my loan from my trade, my loan amount is on the higher side (130% LTV ratio), which is why I was only able to get 2.99% interest. Had I not had negative equity to contend with, by interest rate would have been 1.99%. Overall though, I am very pleased with this deal.

    Congrats! Nice looking car - I'm seriously thinking that the 6 will be on my short list in a year when my current lease is up. Touring trim level, though.

    Thanks for sharing your deal details with us. What color did you get?

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  • laandrewlaandrew Posts: 27
    @Michaell Got exactly the car @hokienutz99 posted its picture here. 2016 touring with Moonroof/bose package, meteor grey with sand leatherette.
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