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  • mlechatmlechat Posts: 22
    edited December 2016
    Hi there,

    Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan:
    - automatic, 2.0L
    - Southern California (LA area)
    - 36 month/12K mile lease

    Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player).

    Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle?

    Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year?

    Read on leasehackr.com that a stellar lease deal with residual over 55% and a highly motivated dealer can yield a monthly payment of around 0.5-0.8% of the MSRP … is that the goal in any case? Is it more likely on the 2016 now that they're almost gone?

    Thanks so much!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 103,798
    mlechat said:

    Hi there,

    Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan:
    - automatic, 2.0L
    - Southern California (LA area)
    - 36 month/12K mile lease

    Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player).

    Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle?

    Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year?

    Read on leasehackr.com that a stellar lease deal with residual over 55% and a highly motivated dealer can yield a monthly payment of around 0.5-0.8% of the MSRP … is that the goal in any case? Is it more likely on the 2016 now that they're almost gone?

    Thanks so much!

    53% and .00006

    2016 inventory is probably shrinking, so if you want a deal, this is the week to score it. Dealers are motivated.

    Any substantial differences between the model years?

    Not sure you can score that great of a lease deal on any car (.5% on a $20K car is $100/mo - really?)

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  • Michaell said:
    Hi there, Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan: - automatic, 2.0L - Southern California (LA area) - 36 month/12K mile lease Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player). Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle? Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year? Read on leasehackr.com that a stellar lease deal with residual over 55% and a highly motivated dealer can yield a monthly payment of around 0.5-0.8% of the MSRP … is that the goal in any case? Is it more likely on the 2016 now that they're almost gone? Thanks so much!
    53% and .00006 2016 inventory is probably shrinking, so if you want a deal, this is the week to score it. Dealers are motivated. Any substantial differences between the model years? Not sure you can score that great of a lease deal on any car (.5% on a $20K car is $100/mo - really?)
    Thanks so much.

    Yes, I thought that sounded incredibly low, too.  It may have been part of a thread on a BMW lease deal, so maybe that makes more sense when you have a high MSRP, get a motivated dealer to knock $10K off the price, and put down a few grand in multiple security deposits (as that person had done to get to $315/month).

    2016 was the model redesign, with a light refresh for 2017.  The Bose surround stereo upgrade (popular package) includes a CD player on the 2016 i Touring (which my wife prefers as she has a lot of rare albums not on streaming services and doesn't want to move them all to her phone or cloud) and the moonroof is standard at that level (must be added with the popular package on 2017s).

    How low do you think we can get a dealer to go on a 2016 if they have a handful or even just 1-2 left to clear out?  Should we be aiming for a certain percentage of MSRP on the final price to make it low enough to compensate for the lower residual and higher money factor?

    Thanks again and happy almost new year!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 103,798
    mlechat said:


    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Hi there,

    Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan:
    - automatic, 2.0L
    - Southern California (LA area)
    - 36 month/12K mile lease

    Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player).

    Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle?

    Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year?

    Read on leasehackr.com that a stellar lease deal with residual over 55% and a highly motivated dealer can yield a monthly payment of around 0.5-0.8% of the MSRP … is that the goal in any case? Is it more likely on the 2016 now that they're almost gone?

    Thanks so much!

    53% and .00006

    2016 inventory is probably shrinking, so if you want a deal, this is the week to score it. Dealers are motivated.

    Any substantial differences between the model years?

    Not sure you can score that great of a lease deal on any car (.5% on a $20K car is $100/mo - really?)

    Thanks so much.

    Yes, I thought that sounded incredibly low, too.  It may have been part of a thread on a BMW lease deal, so maybe that makes more sense when you have a high MSRP, get a motivated dealer to knock $10K off the price, and put down a few grand in multiple security deposits (as that person had done to get to $315/month).

    2016 was the model redesign, with a light refresh for 2017.  The Bose surround stereo upgrade (popular package) includes a CD player on the 2016 i Touring (which my wife prefers as she has a lot of rare albums not on streaming services and doesn't want to move them all to her phone or cloud) and the moonroof is standard at that level (must be added with the popular package on 2017s).

    How low do you think we can get a dealer to go on a 2016 if they have a handful or even just 1-2 left to clear out?  Should we be aiming for a certain percentage of MSRP on the final price to make it low enough to compensate for the lower residual and higher money factor?

    Thanks again and happy almost new year!

    We don't track pricing - use the 'make / model / year' pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.

    Sounds to me like the 2016 is the preferred model year, based on your description.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • Hello,

    Can I please get the 36/12 and 39/12 numbers for the 2017 Mazda3 hatchback with Grand Touring configuration and automatic transmission in CA? Any difference between FWD and AWD?

    Thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 103,798

    Hello,

    Can I please get the 36/12 and 39/12 numbers for the 2017 Mazda3 hatchback with Grand Touring configuration and automatic transmission in CA? Any difference between FWD and AWD?

    Thank you!

    36/12 - 55% and .00014
    39/12 - 55% and .00006

    Mazda does not make an AWD 3.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • Michaell said:

    mlechat said:


    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Hi there,

    Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan:
    - automatic, 2.0L
    - Southern California (LA area)
    - 36 month/12K mile lease

    Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player).

    Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle?

    Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year?

    53% and .00006

    2016 inventory is probably shrinking, so if you want a deal, this is the week to score it. Dealers are motivated.

    How low do you think we can get a dealer to go on a 2016 if they have a handful or even just 1-2 left to clear out?  Should we be aiming for a certain percentage of MSRP on the final price to make it low enough to compensate for the lower residual and higher money factor?

    Thanks again and happy almost new year!
    We don't track pricing - use the 'make / model / year' pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.

    Sounds to me like the 2016 is the preferred model year, based on your description.

    Thanks again! Yes, would love the 2016 i Touring with the nicer options, if it's a great deal. The sedan's residual is pretty low at 49% though and MF isn't the best, but the lease cash helps. The dealer we're emailing with will have to be very motivated to bring down the price. There are two of these sedans on the lot there.

    TMV is $20,851 including a $1K incentive (customer cash from Mazda). If lease cash is applied on top of that, $18,591 would be the number to beat. If it's only one or the other, depending on whether you finance or lease, then it's $19,591. Not sure if that yields a good enough payment for last year's model …

    So far we've received this email quote for $19,466 from this dealer, an hour away from us:

    MSRP $23,030
    Dealer Discount -$1,564
    Mazda Customer​ Cash -$1,000
    Standard APR -$1,000 <—asked them to clarify if this requires taking their financing

    E-Price $19,466

    Other dealers within an hour's drive have 1 hatchback each, so we're getting quotes on that too.

    That said, another dealer near us where we initially test drove the 2017 Sport sedan offered $200+tax on that one and to pay the last 4 payments of our current lease (2014 Honda Civic, which has a payoff $3K above its trade-in value). If the actual price is good, the .00006 MF and 53% residual make that a compelling compromise.

    Decisions, decisions … we'll get see what offers come in today.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 103,798
    mlechat said:

    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:


    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Hi there,

    Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan:
    - automatic, 2.0L
    - Southern California (LA area)
    - 36 month/12K mile lease

    Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player).

    Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle?

    Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year?

    53% and .00006

    2016 inventory is probably shrinking, so if you want a deal, this is the week to score it. Dealers are motivated.

    How low do you think we can get a dealer to go on a 2016 if they have a handful or even just 1-2 left to clear out?  Should we be aiming for a certain percentage of MSRP on the final price to make it low enough to compensate for the lower residual and higher money factor?

    Thanks again and happy almost new year!
    We don't track pricing - use the 'make / model / year' pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.

    Sounds to me like the 2016 is the preferred model year, based on your description.
    Thanks again! Yes, would love the 2016 i Touring with the nicer options, if it's a great deal. The sedan's residual is pretty low at 49% though and MF isn't the best, but the lease cash helps. The dealer we're emailing with will have to be very motivated to bring down the price. There are two of these sedans on the lot there.

    TMV is $20,851 including a $1K incentive (customer cash from Mazda). If lease cash is applied on top of that, $18,591 would be the number to beat. If it's only one or the other, depending on whether you finance or lease, then it's $19,591. Not sure if that yields a good enough payment for last year's model …

    So far we've received this email quote for $19,466 from this dealer, an hour away from us:

    MSRP $23,030
    Dealer Discount -$1,564
    Mazda Customer​ Cash -$1,000
    Standard APR -$1,000 <—asked them to clarify if this requires taking their financing

    E-Price $19,466

    Other dealers within an hour's drive have 1 hatchback each, so we're getting quotes on that too.

    That said, another dealer near us where we initially test drove the 2017 Sport sedan offered $200+tax on that one and to pay the last 4 payments of our current lease (2014 Honda Civic, which has a payoff $3K above its trade-in value). If the actual price is good, the .00006 MF and 53% residual make that a compelling compromise.

    Decisions, decisions … we'll get see what offers come in today.</p>

    Keep us posted.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • Hi guys... Hoping to close on this one today and stop bugging you for numbers!

    Looking for MF and residual for a touring hatch manual in WI. 39/12 and 36/12. If 10 mo. is looking better I'll take those as well..

    Thanks for all the help!

    Peter
  • Just realized I'm repeating myself, ignore my last request...

    Can you guys check my numbers please.

    MSRP: 23,430
    Cap cost: 21,762 + 595 acquisition = 22,357
    .00006 mf and 53% residual with a 5.6% tax rate = $271.32 /mo

    The dealer is insisting that the price comes out to be $295/mo and that my "online app" is wrong. I can't figure out how they're coming up with the $295 per month

  • By the way, thanks and happy new year!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 103,798
    pseichler said:

    Just realized I'm repeating myself, ignore my last request...

    Can you guys check my numbers please.

    MSRP: 23,430
    Cap cost: 21,762 + 595 acquisition = 22,357
    .00006 mf and 53% residual with a 5.6% tax rate = $271.32 /mo

    The dealer is insisting that the price comes out to be $295/mo and that my "online app" is wrong. I can't figure out how they're coming up with the $295 per month

    I get $294/mo with those numbers (including tax), assuming 36 month term.

    Can't help you with the lease app - they often make assumptions we know nothing about.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • mlechatmlechat Posts: 22
    pseichler said:

    Just realized I'm repeating myself, ignore my last request...

    Can you guys check my numbers please.

    MSRP: 23,430
    Cap cost: 21,762 + 595 acquisition = 22,357
    .00006 mf and 53% residual with a 5.6% tax rate = $271.32 /mo

    The dealer is insisting that the price comes out to be $295/mo and that my "online app" is wrong. I can't figure out how they're coming up with the $295 per month

    For what it's worth, we've been finding the bankrate, leaseguide, and Edmunds sites' lease calculators are all lining up, but the dealers are often off by a dollar or so. Could be rounding up or down, but definitely check their money factor/interest rate (I imagine that if they ran your credit and it's not the top level, they may have raised the rate a touch … maybe you could negotiate there).
  • mlechatmlechat Posts: 22
    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:


    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Hi there,

    Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan:
    - automatic, 2.0L
    - Southern California (LA area)
    - 36 month/12K mile lease

    Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player).

    Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle?

    Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year?

    53% and .00006

    2016 inventory is probably shrinking, so if you want a deal, this is the week to score it. Dealers are motivated.

    How low do you think we can get a dealer to go on a 2016 if they have a handful or even just 1-2 left to clear out?  Should we be aiming for a certain percentage of MSRP on the final price to make it low enough to compensate for the lower residual and higher money factor?

    Thanks again and happy almost new year!
    We don't track pricing - use the 'make / model / year' pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.

    Sounds to me like the 2016 is the preferred model year, based on your description.
    Thanks again! Yes, would love the 2016 i Touring with the nicer options, if it's a great deal. The sedan's residual is pretty low at 49% though and MF isn't the best, but the lease cash helps. The dealer we're emailing with will have to be very motivated to bring down the price. There are two of these sedans on the lot there.

    TMV is $20,851 including a $1K incentive (customer cash from Mazda). If lease cash is applied on top of that, $18,591 would be the number to beat. If it's only one or the other, depending on whether you finance or lease, then it's $19,591. Not sure if that yields a good enough payment for last year's model …

    So far we've received this email quote for $19,466 from this dealer, an hour away from us:

    MSRP $23,030
    Dealer Discount -$1,564
    Mazda Customer​ Cash -$1,000
    Standard APR -$1,000 <—asked them to clarify if this requires taking their financing

    E-Price $19,466

    Other dealers within an hour's drive have 1 hatchback each, so we're getting quotes on that too.

    That said, another dealer near us where we initially test drove the 2017 Sport sedan offered $200+tax on that one and to pay the last 4 payments of our current lease (2014 Honda Civic, which has a payoff $3K above its trade-in value). If the actual price is good, the .00006 MF and 53% residual make that a compelling compromise.

    Decisions, decisions … we'll get see what offers come in today.</p>
    Keep us posted.

    Will post more details later, as we now have various quotes and waiting on one more tomorrow morning, along with confirmation of our lease calculations for one phone offer.

    In the meantime, have the money factors, residual values, and lease cash changed for January 2017? Would greatly appreciate any updated numbers, hoping to wrap up a deal on one of these vehicles tomorrow:

    Mazda3 (all automatic, 2.0L, in Southern California - LA area & talking to 1 dealer in Riverside)

    2016 i Touring Sedan
    2016 i Touring Hatchback
    2017 Sport Sedan

    Will post the 2016 ones in that thread, too. Thanks so much, good luck fellow shoppers, and happy new year all!
  • Sorry, that's for a 39 month term
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 103,798
    mlechat said:

    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:


    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Hi there,

    Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan:
    - automatic, 2.0L
    - Southern California (LA area)
    - 36 month/12K mile lease

    Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player).

    Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle?

    Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year?

    53% and .00006

    2016 inventory is probably shrinking, so if you want a deal, this is the week to score it. Dealers are motivated.

    How low do you think we can get a dealer to go on a 2016 if they have a handful or even just 1-2 left to clear out?  Should we be aiming for a certain percentage of MSRP on the final price to make it low enough to compensate for the lower residual and higher money factor?

    Thanks again and happy almost new year!
    We don't track pricing - use the 'make / model / year' pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.

    Sounds to me like the 2016 is the preferred model year, based on your description.
    Thanks again! Yes, would love the 2016 i Touring with the nicer options, if it's a great deal. The sedan's residual is pretty low at 49% though and MF isn't the best, but the lease cash helps. The dealer we're emailing with will have to be very motivated to bring down the price. There are two of these sedans on the lot there.

    TMV is $20,851 including a $1K incentive (customer cash from Mazda). If lease cash is applied on top of that, $18,591 would be the number to beat. If it's only one or the other, depending on whether you finance or lease, then it's $19,591. Not sure if that yields a good enough payment for last year's model …

    So far we've received this email quote for $19,466 from this dealer, an hour away from us:

    MSRP $23,030
    Dealer Discount -$1,564
    Mazda Customer​ Cash -$1,000
    Standard APR -$1,000 <—asked them to clarify if this requires taking their financing

    E-Price $19,466

    Other dealers within an hour's drive have 1 hatchback each, so we're getting quotes on that too.

    That said, another dealer near us where we initially test drove the 2017 Sport sedan offered $200+tax on that one and to pay the last 4 payments of our current lease (2014 Honda Civic, which has a payoff $3K above its trade-in value). If the actual price is good, the .00006 MF and 53% residual make that a compelling compromise.

    Decisions, decisions … we'll get see what offers come in today.</p>
    Keep us posted.
    Will post more details later, as we now have various quotes and waiting on one more tomorrow morning, along with confirmation of our lease calculations for one phone offer.

    In the meantime, have the money factors, residual values, and lease cash changed for January 2017? Would greatly appreciate any updated numbers, hoping to wrap up a deal on one of these vehicles tomorrow:

    Mazda3 (all automatic, 2.0L, in Southern California - LA area & talking to 1 dealer in Riverside)

    2016 i Touring Sedan
    2016 i Touring Hatchback
    2017 Sport Sedan

    Will post the 2016 ones in that thread, too. Thanks so much, good luck fellow shoppers, and happy new year all!


    Current numbers are valid through Tuesday, 1/3/17. New program numbers available later this week.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

    2016 VW Jetta 1.4T SE / 2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • mlechat said:

    pseichler said:

    Just realized I'm repeating myself, ignore my last request...

    Can you guys check my numbers please.

    MSRP: 23,430
    Cap cost: 21,762 + 595 acquisition = 22,357
    .00006 mf and 53% residual with a 5.6% tax rate = $271.32 /mo

    The dealer is insisting that the price comes out to be $295/mo and that my "online app" is wrong. I can't figure out how they're coming up with the $295 per month

    For what it's worth, we've been finding the bankrate, leaseguide, and Edmunds sites' lease calculators are all lining up, but the dealers are often off by a dollar or so. Could be rounding up or down, but definitely check their money factor/interest rate (I imagine that if they ran your credit and it's not the top level, they may have raised the rate a touch … maybe you could negotiate there).
    I think it's simply that I asked the dealer for a 39 month quote and that they're using all of my numbers to calculate except for the that one and are instead calculating at 36 months.

  • Ok guys, please confirm if this is right for 39 months...

    MSRP: 23,430
    Cap cost: 21,762 + 595 acquisition = 22,357
    .00006 mf and 53% residual with a 5.6% tax rate = $271.32 /mo

    Thanks again as always, heading to the dealer in a couple hours and want to make sure I'm not missing something.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 103,798
    pseichler said:

    Ok guys, please confirm if this is right for 39 months...

    MSRP: 23,430
    Cap cost: 21,762 + 595 acquisition = 22,357
    .00006 mf and 53% residual with a 5.6% tax rate = $271.32 /mo

    Thanks again as always, heading to the dealer in a couple hours and want to make sure I'm not missing something.

    The math is correct.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

    2016 VW Jetta 1.4T SE / 2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • Hello,

    Can I get the numbers for a Mazda 3 HB Grand Touring-Automatic for 39 months at 15k miles per year?

    Im in Northern CA.

    I think it might be 53% and .00006 but I want to be sure.

    Thanks,

    Mike
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 113,616
    mike3015 said:

    Hello,

    Can I get the numbers for a Mazda 3 HB Grand Touring-Automatic for 39 months at 15k miles per year?

    Im in Northern CA.

    I think it might be 53% and .00006 but I want to be sure.

    Thanks,

    Mike

    That is correct.

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  • I got low balled badly on the trade offer so I get to go through this all again once the new numbers come out since I don't think we'll be able to make it to a dealer tomorrow... Thanks again for all the help, I'll bug you again in a couple days.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 103,798
    pseichler said:

    I got low balled badly on the trade offer so I get to go through this all again once the new numbers come out since I don't think we'll be able to make it to a dealer tomorrow... Thanks again for all the help, I'll bug you again in a couple days.

    That's a bummer.

    Do you have a CarMax nearby? Get a quote from them, then ask whatever Mazda dealer you work with to match it.

    Got an extra $2000 on my trade that way a couple years ago. In addition, check out this thread for some assistance:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/1212/general/x/real-world-trade-in-values

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  • mike3015mike3015 Posts: 4
    edited January 2017
    Just a FYI for those that might want to close a lease tomorrow... There is an active $775 customer lease cash good through the end of business tomorrow for 2017 Mazda 3 5-doors. I got a look at the dealers Regional Incentive Summary while I was at the dealer today. The box was labeled "Lease Support."

    Trying to decide if I should make it happen tomorrow or wait for the new programs.
  • mike3015mike3015 Posts: 4
    edited January 2017
    mike3015 said:

    Just a FYI for those that might want to close a lease tomorrow... There is an active $775 customer lease cash good through the end of business tomorrow for 2017 Mazda 3 5-doors. I got a look at the dealers Regional Incentive Summary while I was at the dealer today. The box was labeled "Lease Support."

    Trying to decide if I should make it happen tomorrow or wait for the new programs.

    I ended up pulling the trigger today. Here are the numbers to help others with negotiations..

    2017 Mazda 3 HB GT Automatic
    MSRP $28480
    Cap Cost $24700
    Lease Support $775
    39 months at 15k miles per year. 53% RV & .00006 MF
    $223 per month with tax
    Drive off: $2249 includes $900 cash to reduce Cap Cost.

    Feeling pretty good about the deal. I'm sure they made some money-they can't give them away. When the new programs come out tomorrow, I'm not even going to look. :)

    Mike

    PS.. If you're in the Bay Area and looking for a good deal, get in touch with Jason at Fremont Mazda. He's the director of internet sales and was one of the best salesman I've ever worked with.
  • Looking to get the new numbers on a manual touring hatch 36 and 39/12 mo. in WI.

    Thanks!
  • mlechatmlechat Posts: 22
    edited January 2017
    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:


    Michaell said:

    mlechat said:

    Hi there,

    Would appreciate the current money factor and residual for the 2017 Mazda3 Sport Sedan:
    - automatic, 2.0L
    - Southern California (LA area)
    - 36 month/12K mile lease

    Also found a few dealers offering $1000 off leftover 2016 models, so also looking at the Mazda3 i Touring Sedan (MSRP $23,030) and Hatchback (MSRP $23,730), both automatic (2.0L engine) with the popular equipment package (Bose stereo w/ CD player).

    Asked for those MF/residuals on the 2016 thread, but would also love to know how you feel the deals on the 2016 vs. 2017 should compare at this point in the 2016's cycle?

    Any advice for negotiating a great deal on one of the few models left from the previous year during the last week of the year?

    53% and .00006

    2016 inventory is probably shrinking, so if you want a deal, this is the week to score it. Dealers are motivated.

    How low do you think we can get a dealer to go on a 2016 if they have a handful or even just 1-2 left to clear out?  Should we be aiming for a certain percentage of MSRP on the final price to make it low enough to compensate for the lower residual and higher money factor?

    Thanks again and happy almost new year!
    We don't track pricing - use the 'make / model / year' pull downs at the top of the page to link to the price tools.

    Sounds to me like the 2016 is the preferred model year, based on your description.
    Thanks again! Yes, would love the 2016 i Touring with the nicer options, if it's a great deal. The sedan's residual is pretty low at 49% though and MF isn't the best, but the lease cash helps. The dealer we're emailing with will have to be very motivated to bring down the price. There are two of these sedans on the lot there.

    TMV is $20,851 including a $1K incentive (customer cash from Mazda). If lease cash is applied on top of that, $18,591 would be the number to beat. If it's only one or the other, depending on whether you finance or lease, then it's $19,591. Not sure if that yields a good enough payment for last year's model …

    So far we've received this email quote for $19,466 from this dealer, an hour away from us:

    MSRP $23,030
    Dealer Discount -$1,564
    Mazda Customer​ Cash -$1,000
    Standard APR -$1,000 <—asked them to clarify if this requires taking their financing

    E-Price $19,466

    Other dealers within an hour's drive have 1 hatchback each, so we're getting quotes on that too.

    That said, another dealer near us where we initially test drove the 2017 Sport sedan offered $200+tax on that one and to pay the last 4 payments of our current lease (2014 Honda Civic, which has a payoff $3K above its trade-in value). If the actual price is good, the .00006 MF and 53% residual make that a compelling compromise.

    Decisions, decisions … we'll get see what offers come in today.</p>
    Keep us posted.
    Will post more details later, as we now have various quotes and waiting on one more tomorrow morning, along with confirmation of our lease calculations for one phone offer.

    In the meantime, have the money factors, residual values, and lease cash changed for January 2017? Would greatly appreciate any updated numbers, hoping to wrap up a deal on one of these vehicles tomorrow:

    Mazda3 (all automatic, 2.0L, in Southern California - LA area & talking to 1 dealer in Riverside)

    2016 i Touring Sedan
    2016 i Touring Hatchback
    2017 Sport Sedan

    Will post the 2016 ones in that thread, too. Thanks so much, good luck fellow shoppers, and happy new year all!
    Current numbers are valid through Tuesday, 1/3/17. New program numbers available later this week.


    Would love to get the updated numbers for the 2017 Mazda3 Sedan Sport, Touring, and Grand Touring (automatic) in Southern California for a 36/12 lease whenever they are available. Thanks so much!
  • nugennugen Posts: 14
    Hi-

    Wondering what the 24month/10K RV and MF numbers are for 2017 2.5 GT hatchback this month, and how they compare to last month.

    If you have those numbers for CX-5 GT as well, that would be helpful too. I was seeing CX-5 GT offers for $3000 cap cost reduction and ~$160/month last week (also 24 month), but the dealer couldn't come anywhere near that for the Mazda3.

    Wondering why the CX-5 deals were so much better and if this month is better or worse.

    Thanks!
  • I have a dealer telling me there $850 lease cash for this month, still waiting on what the other numbers look like
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 113,616
    mike3015 said:

    mike3015 said:

    Just a FYI for those that might want to close a lease tomorrow... There is an active $775 customer lease cash good through the end of business tomorrow for 2017 Mazda 3 5-doors. I got a look at the dealers Regional Incentive Summary while I was at the dealer today. The box was labeled "Lease Support."

    Trying to decide if I should make it happen tomorrow or wait for the new programs.

    I ended up pulling the trigger today. Here are the numbers to help others with negotiations..

    2017 Mazda 3 HB GT Automatic
    MSRP $28480
    Cap Cost $24700
    Lease Support $775
    39 months at 15k miles per year. 53% RV & .00006 MF
    $223 per month with tax
    Drive off: $2249 includes $900 cash to reduce Cap Cost.

    Feeling pretty good about the deal. I'm sure they made some money-they can't give them away. When the new programs come out tomorrow, I'm not even going to look. :)

    Mike

    PS.. If you're in the Bay Area and looking for a good deal, get in touch with Jason at Fremont Mazda. He's the director of internet sales and was one of the best salesman I've ever worked with.
    Congrats!

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

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