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



  • sedmundsedmund Posts: 93
    If anyone here bought a GT AWD CX-9 with:

    * GT Assistance Package
    * Moonroof+Bose Package

    around the Boston area, can you share the price you paid?

    Thanks in advance.
  • k1922k1922 Posts: 14
    E Plan is NOT the same as S plan. E plan is for employees of a Mazda dealer, or Mazda corporate.
  • I was in the same boat, considering the MDX and the CX-9, currently have an 03 MDX. The third row and second row space was bothersome for us with the new MDX. My wife does not like the styling of the new MDX at all, and with the cost differential, who am I to argue if she's saving us money. We use navigation often and I use the voice recognition on my RL, so I'm concerned about Mazda's navigation system and the console being so tall, tends to impede the way I customarily sit. I'll be taking the Mazda out in two weeks for more than a test drive to really make sure that I can become comfortable with second choice is actually the Buick Enclave, but each Buick dealer I speak with seems somewhat disengaged in the sales process. Nonetheless, I did like the fit/finish of the Enclave. I'm due in early August, so we'll have to make a decision soon...any other comments will assist me too. Right now, the Mazda would be the winner by default The dealers are receptive to negotiating, the car is a good value overall with decent space.
  • mademade Posts: 11
    Hi Sedmund, thot i'd help you out....this is a msg posted by joesmith1 a while ago, he purchased his GT from the Boston area, hope this helps you...

    I just purchased a GT AWD in the Boston area. I had the S-Plan, but they really didn't seem to care. They never asked for my number. I got everything at invoice plus their added fees. I hope this helps someone.

    Here is the breakout of my costs:

    CX-9 Grand Touring AWD

    ASSISTANCE PACKAGE (with power open and close rear hatch)$2,150.00





    All Weather Floor Mats

    Total for CX-9 & options:

    Destination Fee

    Administration Fees

    Licenseing Fee

    Protection +

    License Plates

    5% tax

    Grand Total: $38,595.05
  • imamgimamg Posts: 136
    S plan is for employees and: Current employees of approved
    MNAO and FMC suppliers, Current MNAO Contractors,Individuals sponsored by MNAO
    employee such as extended family,
    friends, or neighbors...

    E Plan "Only the following individuals are eligible for E-Plan:
    - Mazda Gold Cup dealer employees and their immediate family*
    - MNAO employees and their immediate family*
    * Immediate family is defined as spouse, children, parents, and siblings including in-laws,
    step, and half.
  • svofan2svofan2 Posts: 442
    ..Are there any forums or sources that provide pin# for an S plan that CX ( buyers can use at the dealers? the EDGE forum it appears that there are Ford employees that offer X plan pin # for people in terested in buying an EDGE and I was wondering if there is such thing with the MAZDA products since we are all on happy (FORD) family..
  • sedmundsedmund Posts: 93
  • mademade Posts: 11
    You're very welcome Sedmund.
  • I got lease quote on a Gt with the moonroof/bose package and the Grand Touring Assistance package of $555/month. That's for 3 years/12,000 per year with $500 down. Is this a good price?
  • dashbbdashbb Posts: 119
    This is the best priced CX-9 I've seen so far:
    It is advertised approx $500 below factory Invoice. MSRP=$29,630. Hope this helps...
  • sedmundsedmund Posts: 93
    Took the delivery today. GT AWD, Assistance package + moonroof/bose package. It's a 36 month lease. 54% residual and
    0.0013 MF. Selling price 37.6K USD including destination charges.

    Have driven about 60 miles today and it's been very impressive.

    The steering feedback is extremely good (unlike one of them that I test drove last week) and drive is sweet. It's no sports car, but the handling is pretty good for a vehicle of this size.

    The audio system is very good - clean highs and good base.

    The xenon headlights are just amazing - thought it looks like it needs some level adjustment which I haven't tried yet.

    Bluetooth worked at first attempt for both mine and my wife's phones.

    NAV - probably the weak point of this car, but a quick glance at the manual shows that there are quite a few features - may be just a question of getting used to.
    Fit and finish is very good, - but I heard some specific rattling noise when I went over bumps couldn't quite locate it yet.

    Overall, I'm very happy with the purchase so far (but just 24 hours ;-)) - a very impressive combination of good handling, decent fit/finish and nice features.
  • jmailjmail Posts: 20
    Sedmund - how much are you paying for the lease?

    I'm about to lease one and want to see what the prices are

  • sedmundsedmund Posts: 93
    Jmail, I'm paying 519 a month - zero down. Up front costs are $200 doc fees+first month lease+registration.

    Good luck.
  • sedmund, what was the msrp of your CX-9, and what state did you buy it in?

  • sedmundsedmund Posts: 93
    MSRP 38945

    I live in NH and bought the vehicle in Mass.
  • jmailjmail Posts: 20
    Wow - that is a great deal. Also, thats before tax right?

    what color did you get it in?
  • sedmundsedmund Posts: 93
    We got the stormy blue mica exterior and black interior.

    Yes that's before tax (there's no sales tax in NH).
  • sedmund, I thought you posted the other note by made with the breakdown of costs but that was from someone else, what was the agreed upon sales price for your car to get to $519/mo lease payment?
  • kjm11379kjm11379 Posts: 16
    I talked to Mazda Corp. today via phone, they confirmed that the new 2008 CX-9 will have the new 3.7 liter V6 engine that is listed for the 2008 Canada CX-9. :shades: Dealerships are not talking about it because they want to get all the 2007's with the smaller engine off of their lots first. Mazda Corp. did not have the hp or the mpg or the tourge ratings as of yet, but they told me that dealers have already been given their allocation sheets for 2008 for delievery in Sept. or Oct. The new 2008's should being building after July 4th. If anyone gets info on the HP or anything else please update...
  • thompsorthompsor Posts: 2
    WHAT...are you kidding? I'm ready to pull the trigger on a 2007 and I am really hesitant about the Ford 3.5.

    Is this 3.7 in Canada a Mazda engine?
  • kjm11379kjm11379 Posts: 16
    I called Mazda today that is what the lady on phone said. 3.7 V6 with better MPG, HP. I am not sur who the engine is by. Call Mazda yourself see if you get the same answer I did. The number is listed under contact us at
    Keep me posted. I was also about to pull the trigger today on a CX-9 but now I am waiting until Sept or Oct.
  • josh_jopjosh_jop Posts: 1
    Living in Central Texas, I was quoted a Sport w/power drivers seat (MSRP 29,980) at 27,700 + tt&l. Anyone know of a place to get it cheaper or does this look like a bottom dollar?
  • dashbbdashbb Posts: 119
    The official dealer specs for the 2008 CX-9 are available online at:
    The engine changes include a larger bore. 92.5mm to 95.5mm which increases displacement to 3.7L. Ratings are as follows:
    278 HP and 263 TQ
    This is the same engine as the 2008 Lincoln MKX, which helps it differentiate better from the Ford Edge which will continue to have the 3.5 Duratec V6.
  • markmark Posts: 16
    I am looking for the following:

    CX-9 Grand Touring AWD $33,875

    Destination Fee$ 595

    CARGO MAT $77
    CARGO NET $40
    ROOF RAILS $250
    Total MSRP: $40,332

    Has anyone purchased in this configuration and can advise on a price or price range we should try for? Located in the NE (CT). I'm willing to take delivery in the NY-NJ-CT-MA area for the best price.
  • unixxusunixxus Posts: 97
    This is the same engine as the 2008 Lincoln MKX,

    The 2008 Lincoln MKX will continue to use the 3.5 engine. Only the Mazda CX-9 gets the new 3.7 engine.
  • dashbbdashbb Posts: 119
    You could be right. I have nothing "official" for the Lincoln, however, the 3.7 engine topic is all over the automotive blogs.
  • wakblakwakblak Posts: 3
    I picked up the following

    CX-9 Grand Touring AWD $33,875

    Destination Fee$ 595

    GT Assistance Package $2,500
    Moonroof/BOSE/6 CD Package $1,760
    Roof rails $250
    Compass/Autodim/Homelink Mirror $275
    Sirius Sat Radio $430
    Total MSRP: $39685

    Talked them into throwing in the switch box installed to enable the Aux jack with Sirius/Navigation

    Total Price $35945 + tax/license
  • elwoodazelwoodaz Posts: 7
    2007 Touring CX-9
    Only options: DVD rear entertainment system, dealer tint, ipod accessory

    My price (before tax, title, doc fee): $30,000

    Lots of work to haggle there, especially after learning I had S Plan through my employer.

  • elwoodazelwoodaz Posts: 7
    Some edits- due to the challenges with the Mazda iPod accessory, I've opted to receive a $200 refund check instead of losing my AUX adapter in my center console.

    I did spend $230 or so online getting the Homelink mirror and kit, as well as the net from Wayne mazda.

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