What are your 2015 Mazda3 price quotes?

cars_go_vroomcars_go_vroom Member Posts: 1
edited August 2015 in Mazda
My initial interest was for an iSport but the desire for the rearview camera has me now looking for an iTouring. I've looked around and the best price I saw was $17.5k for an auto sedan. I then realized the price factored in all the possible rebates - most of which I'm not eligible for.

I'd even consider used but I have seen them few and far between. The price difference is negligible.

Has anyone had luck getting the Touring auto 4-door for 18-18.5k before TTL?

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 206,408

    My initial interest was for an iSport but the desire for the rearview camera has me now looking for an iTouring. I've looked around and the best price I saw was $17.5k for an auto sedan. I then realized the price factored in all the possible rebates - most of which I'm not eligible for.

    I'd even consider used but I have seen them few and far between. The price difference is negligible.

    Has anyone had luck getting the Touring auto 4-door for 18-18.5k before TTL?

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  • shouldiwaitshouldiwait Member Posts: 14
    I am in the same boat with you and now leaning toward a Camry SE. I am getting a quote of $20500 with zero financing from Toyota and $19500 for a Mazda iTouring sedan. It'd be foolish to pay that much for a lot lesser car in a Mazda3. Just FYI for everyone.
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