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



  • A 2013 w/Nav, remote start, sunroof for 32895,,,not AWD I pressume?
  • I have a price of $26, 432, including destination and plus fees and tax, for a 2012 AWD Touring with moonroof and tailgate lift in New Jersey. Is this a good price?
  • Can I ask which dealership this was? Also on the lookout for a 2012 CX9. tnx
  • It is Sansone auto mall but it was bogus. It was through AAA, Consumer Reports, and the services for all those on-line discount. I had spoken with the person who responds to internet inquiry and she assured me it was that price with only $349 doc fee, tax and registration, promising no additional fees. She even looked the car up in the inventory and confirmed she had it. I even e-mailed her to confirm and she did. When I went down there today they added on about $3000 in fees for nitrogen for the tires, window etching, pinstriping, and 3 year dent warranty. They refused to honor their agreement so I left. I do not recommend them.
  • WOW what a scam! :lemon: :lemon: :lemon: :lemon: :lemon:
  • Yes, it seemed to be a combination of bait and switch and false advertising. I think it was the first time I was at a dealership where the manager did not come over when I decided not to buy which proves they knew what they were pulling.
  • If you are looking for an honest dealer in NJ then try Hamilton Mazda. I found them easy to deal with when I bought my 2012 CX-9.
  • Thanks for the reply.
  • I don't live close, about an hour away. Would they negotiate over the phone and keep their commitment?
  • I don't see why they would not. I am not allowed to post the name of my salesman. His last name is the same as a famous professional boxer.

    You can check the inventory of any dealership on the MazdaUSA web site. Find the specific vehicle you want to ask if it is still in stock. Ask them to fax the quote to you.
  • spi5spi5 Posts: 48
    I seems like a great deal. The lowest quote I got for 2013 cx-9 awd with gt tech is 35,000. MSRP is 39,605.
  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 113
    Can you let me know which dealer in Seattle?
  • Got an offer in North Texas, its a Certified 2012 CX-9 Touring for $23,500. It has 23,125 miles. After reading some post, about the colors ... it is a Black on Black LOL. Original price given was $24,900.

    We are with a credit union and so far have gotten a 4.5% for 72 Months up to $25,000. Will more than likely try financing at the dealership to see what we can get too. We are stopping by the dealership tomorrow to check out the CX-9 as well. We will keep this car for a while, so certified is the only way we'd go. Any thoughts?
  • evanxevanx Posts: 1
    Got a 2012 CX-9 AWD Touring at Mazda Lodi last weekend. They are currently running $7000 off MSRP promotion.
  • Hi All,

    I just purchased a 2012 Grand Touring CX-9. Edmunds is saying: 17mpg city and 24mpg highway. The reality is that I am averaging about 12 mpg in the city...super sucks. Who else is finding these creatures (sweet vehicle nevertheless) to have an inquenchable thirst?

    Thanks for letting me know.
  • 6sup6sup Posts: 2
    LeeJohnsonMazda in Kirkland!
  • vinnynyvinnyny Posts: 774
    My 2009 GT gets about 17 combined. It's FWD and driven fairly hard on 60/40 hwy/cty. I was disappointed too, but at least it doesn't require premium...
  • Just got a 2012 white pearl Touring CX 9 with 6cd Audio pkg, power liftgate, moonroof pkg, rearview cam, roof rack, steel bumper guard, remote start, wheel locks $33,000 out the door. Love the car!
  • godeacsgodeacs Posts: 481
    4.5% at a CU? Geez, I got 1.9% with my CU (Randolph-Brooks) down near San Antonio. What CU do you belong to?.... :confuse:
  • bbrocx9bbrocx9 Posts: 3
    edited February 2013
    Just picked up a new 2012 CX-9 Touring AWD south of Boston, MA in Dolphin Gray Mica/Sand with Bose & Moonroof, Sirius, Keyless Entry & Start, Pwr Liftgate, Roof Racks, Wheel locks and remote start.

    RSRP $37357, Paid $29500.

    Dealer also arranged for 2.39% finanacing @ local savings bank.
  • I purchased my Grand Touring at Everett Mazda. Joe and Mike were great. I got banged up on my trade in but I ended up purchasing the GRAND TOURING for only 33,350 (after $5000) toward the 2012. They wanted to get rid of all the new 2012 to make room for the re-designed 2013. I actually like the honeycomb front grill better than the new design. I love my PHAT 20" wheels. My city mileage sucks though...thought it was a joke to get 12mpg in the city. I end up with 19-21mpg overall though. My girlfriend loves my Dolphin Silver and thinks it looks like an Infinity....Ha...I had her at hello!
  • Hey bbroc - sweet deal - mind sharing what dealer you used? I'm in central mass but don't mind traveling.
  • That would be Champion Lincoln Mazda in Brockton. They had one other '12 left. It is a touring, silver/black MSRP $37007. Bet you could get it for $30k no problemo, if it's still there!

    There are a number of dealers closer to Boston with a ton of 2012's left. Quirk in Quincy, North Shore in Salem, Flood Mazda in Wakefield, Mastria in Raynham or Tasca in R.I. They all are or have in the last month advertised the huge savings of at least $7000 off a touring. They all have a lot of 2012s to unload as the 2013s start to roll in. If you're in the market, now's the time to do it!!! Ex., Flood is advertising on a new 2012 Dolphin Gray Grand Touring, MSRP $40725, Sale Price $32320.

    Just saw that Balise Mazda in West Springfield has 6 2012s at that discount. Hope this helps.
  • Gallo Mazda in Worcester, MA has four 2012s with more than $7k in discounts.
  • What do you folks think about a 2013 CX9 Touring with Tech Package OTD for 36K
  • igozoomzoomigozoomzoom Waleska, GeorgiaPosts: 801
    It’s really not possible to evaluate an OTD price without several other pieces of information. Providing the total price BEFORE Sales Tax, Tag, Title or Registration Fees is actually the best way to evaluate how good of a deal you are getting! Too many factors can impact OTD price- sales tax rate, sales tax discount for trade-in value (if applicable), Dealer Fees (legit, bogus and in between) and Tag, Title and/or Registration Fees. All of those vary from state to state and often from county to county within the same state.

    So here are the questions I need answered to provide you with the best feedback on the pricing you have been quoted-

    Is it a FWD or AWD Touring model?

    Does it have any dealer-installed options/accessories such as roof rack, mats, splash guards?

    Is it Crystal White Pearl in color (costs extra $200)?

    Where are you located (nearest major city will suffice)?

    Based on the assumption that it is a Touring FWD with Technology Package and no other options/accessories and not Pearl White, the MSRP should be $36,025. The selling price for my location (Atlanta) is $31,980! You would need to add Sales Tax, Tax/Tag/Title fees and any mandatory Dealer Fee that isn’t negotiable.

    I’m curious about something, if you don’t mind me asking. The Grand Touring with Tech Package costs slightly less than $2000 more than the Touring with Tech Package. The added features are a great value for $2000, in my opinion.

    The Grand Touring with Tech Package adds-

    20” Alloy Wheel and Tire Package
    Bi-Xenon High-Intensity-Discharge Headlights w/ Auto On/Off
    LED Daytime Running Lights
    Rain-sensing Auto Wipers
    Side-marker turn signal lights on side mirrors
    Driver’s seat 3-position memory & side mirror memory feature
    Tilt-in-reverse side mirror feature
    Chrome Door Handles
    Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror w/ Homelink Remote
    Storage compartment added to 2nd row Armrest
    Alarm System

    What is your reason(s) for choosing the Touring instead of the Grand Touring? Is it just because you don’t want to spend the additional $2k? Or do none of the added features interest you (so they add no value for you)? Or are there other reasons? There are NO right or wrong answers, just an exercise based on curiosity! =)

    One final note- An analysis for the total expense of owning and operating both models for 5-years and 75k miles is very interesting! The Grand Touring only costs $463 more to own and maintain for 5yrs/75k miles than the Touring model! Most of that $463 difference falls under the categories of Maintenance and Repairs- most likely it represents replacing the 20” tires once and allows for at least one Xenon bulb replacement.

    By the way, the Grand Touring FWD with Tech Package has an MSRP of $38,015. The TrueCar Selling Price here in Georgia is only $33,945! =)
    2015.5 Volvo S60 T6 Drive-E Platinum, 2012 Mazda CX-9 GT
  • igozoomzoom:

    What are you seeing in pricing for the following configuration:

    My 2013 CX-9 Grand Touring AWD MSRP $ 36,375
    Destination Fee $ 795
    273-hp 3.7L DOHC 24-valve V6 Standard
    All-Wheel Drive Standard
    6-Speed Auto Standard
    Exterior: METEOR GRAY MICA
    Interior: SAND LEATHER
    Packages and Options
    CARGO MAT $85
    ROOF RAILS $250
    GT TECH PKG $2,435
    Total MSRP: $41,140*
  • included options:
    Roof Rails
    Wheels Locks
    Towing package
    Grand Touring Tech package (power glass moonroof w/interior sunshade, Navigation system, Bose 10 speakers)

    Costco members pay $200 over the invoice price.
    The Msrp is $38,620
    The invoice price is $36,484 + $200 =$36,684
    Rebate of $1,500

    Costco price $35,184 plus tax/doc fees.

    Feel free to comment on this pricing.
  • steverstever Posts: 52,572
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  • cronuscronus Posts: 3
    Just got my 2013 Grand Touring CX-9 with AWD and Tech Package. Price paid before TTL was $34,499. Negotiated sale price was $36,499, and then $2,000 was knocked off from Mazda's current incentives and discounts. Financed for 60 months at 0% APR. What do you all think? Pretty good? Love the car. :-)
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