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Mazda5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • rhofrarhofra Posts: 1
    Bought a Mazda5 Sport at the end of May. Got the automatic transmission and had a roof rack installed, but didn't get any other options. Paid in cash so did not need the 0% financing.

    Cost was $18,060 + MD sales tax ($1089.54) + registration, tags and title fees ($202) + dealership fee ($99)

    Out the door for $19,450.54. Would have been right around $19,000 without the roof rack.
  • sldf29sldf29 Posts: 1
    I live in CT. Also looking forward to buy 2010Mazda 5. May I know your dealer? Thanks.
  • snazarellasnazarella Posts: 2
    edited June 2010
    Am in negotiations in Ottawa Canada. Currently in discussion on a new 2010 GS, automatic with air. Getting car mats, cargo cover and bumper cover thrown in. All fees and taxes in for $27,500. He swears that this is $300 over list price. :confuse: "> Anyone know better?

  • athenasiusathenasius Posts: 118
    I would check with someone like the for a small fee the will tell you everything you want to know. I would be wary as all the Ottawa dealerships are owned by the same family (well it was when I lived there 4 years ago). Good luck. ps you might want to wait a few months as the new 5 will be out soon.
  • Thanks for your reply. I do think that I will end up paying for the information if I can't get it on my own. I don't mind driving a bit out of Ottawa to get a better deal. Is there somewhere that you recommend? Are you suggesting waiting a couple of months because the 2010s would be a better price once the 2011s hit the lots? We are not in a particular rush, we just want to strike while the car is the cheapest. We can finance with Mazda's 0% or an LOC against our house.

    Thanks so much!
    Snazzy :)
  • shweeshwee Posts: 2
    Colonial Mazda in Danbury.
  • mazdafivemazdafive Posts: 1
    Finally bought a 2010 Mazda5 sports auto without any additional options. It comes with floor mats.

    Price is $17,300 plus TTL. so far so good.
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  • I'm looking right now for a manual 2010 Mazda 5. I thought that it will be a good time to buy it but the best deal I can get is only $18 800 OTD if financed with them. It will be $19 600 OTD if I get the 0% APR.
    I have the feeling that I'm not getting a good price. what do you think?
  • vjoe_udovjoe_udo Posts: 30
    i got a quote for a Sport + auto
    18200 out the door. My state does not have sales tax.
    You should probably try getting financing from a bank.
    That way you can get the cash incentive 750 to customer + 750 cash to dealer.
    If you finance with dealer, you can only get 500 cash to customer.

    From what I understand.
  • My dealer is telling me that there is no $500 cash to customer. Another dealer told me that it is only if you own a Mazda before. Is that right?
  • aviboy97aviboy97 Posts: 3,159
    My dealer is telling me that there is no $500 cash to customer

    There is in my area. There is special financing plus $500 customer cash.

    go to and search the incentives in your region.
  • last week-end I bought a 2010 manual Mazda 5 for $17 000 Out of The Door.
  • What is the model? How much is the net price before tax, document fee........? Thanks.
  • reticulum12reticulum12 Posts: 8
    edited September 2010
    It is the Sport trim, manual without any additional options.
    If I remember well $16 990 + $1 600 Tax and Doc fee - $1 500 rebate.
    I did not use the 0% APR. I got a 3.16% to finance the car.
  • I am looking at the Base Sport Auto. The best deal I can get is $16,300+TTL, but at a dealership which is about 70 miles away. I am looking to get $16,200.00 at a near dealership.
  • the new september rebate is 1500 cash to dealer. there must be another 750 incentive somewhere because the price is quite a bit lower than August.
    I am also looking for a base sport auto and the best quote I've got in September is 16750 + TTL. They only have black though.
    16200 sounds like a really good price. post the final number once you get it. ;)
  • I am looking for a new 2010 Mazda GT Auto under $20,000. I believe that it is coming soon because Mazda 5 sale is very slow so far. Thanks.
  • aviboy97aviboy97 Posts: 3,159
    I am looking for a new 2010 Mazda GT Auto under $20,000. I believe that it is coming soon because Mazda 5 sale is very slow so far. Thanks.

    Your logic is a little flawed, and here is why.

    First, to get a Mazda5 GT for under $20,000, a dealer would have to sell you one about $1,400 under invoice plus give you the $1,500 dealer engagement cash, which means you cannot have the special financing. Keep in mind, dealers are not overstocked with this car because they are only allowed to order a specific amount, so getting one $1,400 under invoice may be very hard to do.

    Second, the Mazda5 is selling as intended by Mazda. It is a low production vehicle that is hardly even advertised. It is not a volume seller, nor is it intended to be, and not a part of Mazda's core vehicles. Think of it as the family version on the MX-5 Miata.

    With the 2012 version not due out until sometime in 2011, the current version will continue to sell and be produced in the small amounts it is already made.

    Your only shot at getting one under $20,000 is for Mazda to put crazy rebates on them. It's never happened on this car in the past, and I don't expect it to happen unless there is quite a few remaining when the 2012 version comes out.

  • I am looking for a new 2010 Mazda GT Auto under $20,000. I believe that it is coming soon because Mazda 5 sale is very slow so far. Thanks.

    Your logic is a little flawed, and here is why.

    I dont think its flawed. I think its reasonable for this car. If you read past comments from about July-November, you'll see people gettting GT for about $20,000.00. That, plus the fact that the 2011 are coming in by November, and the car is selling SLOWLY I think $20,000.00 is MORE than reasonable, I think that is about what I would pay, but it would be $20,000.00 +TTL. That is one thing that irritates me here, that alot of people put price, but dont show if its OTD or +TTL.
  • I think the incentives will get better and better if you can wait.
    There are no 2011. The remodeled 2012 is suppose to show up in Spring 2011 and the 2010 should have a late production stop.

    Just keep an eye out on web specials and holidays sales.
    I see a Touring on web special for 18,500 + TTL at a local dealer. They'll probably try to hard sell extended warranty and all kind of craps when you go in though.

    If you can hold off and keep an eye on all the GT locally, you can probably get below $20,000 soon. Probably have less color and options selections as they stop making the car though. not sure when they'll stop making the 2010.
  • I agree your post. I am looking for a new Mazda5 GT auto net price under $20,000.00+TTL, NOT $20,000 OTD . Let us see what happen in the future.
  • I see a web special for a Mazda5 GT - $19,999. (portland, OR) :)

    I'm only looking for a base sport auto though.
  • Great! Thank you for your information.
  • Well, I got $16,200.00 From Browning Mazda in Cerritos Mazda in CA. I used pricing (Zip is 92025, $16,577) and worked down from there. Within 5 minutes on the phone the internet sales manager said $16,300 then when I starting to back off he did $16,200.00. I was told by a couple of dealership they would bait and swith. Complete opposite, they called, asked what color I wanted (black/black) and they had to do a car swap with another dealership. When my wife changed her mind, they were willing to do anther swap for a gray one she wanted.
    Well, I thought there must have been some catch, because the neg. went to wasy. but no. The breakdown is below. The salesman just asked for my id and payment info (paid all cash except for $5,000.00 on a credit card for a milage bonus) and the finance guy didnt not try to sell me anything. They even let me leave the car there overnight so I could visit family in Glendale. Overall a great deal. Do not deal with Mazda of Escondido, they are not very honest and tried to tack on fake govt charges to their "best offer of $18,500.00. Browning Mazda is known for picking you up at an airport to complete a deal and are real straight forward.

    Sticker: $20,410.00
    Tax (8.75) $1422.31
    DMV Electronic Filing: $29.00
    License and Registration: $280.75 (includes tire tax of $8.75)
    Doc Prep: $55.00

    Total: $17,987.06 including a free oil change. I just need to Tint the Windows (anyone know how much for the rear and pax windows???)

    They said they will beat the price. So again, I totally recommend Browning Mazda of Cerritos.
  • I got a 2010 GT for $19,800 3 weeks ago. Negotiate hard and you'll get it.
  • Good jobs! Which car dealer did you work on? Thanks.
  • wow, that's a nice price.
    I wonder if CA has more incentive. The best overstock price in my area code 97201 is 17,477 for a sports automatic. That's a $1000 more...
  • I would take the 92025 area code and see if they price match. Where is 97201?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 70,373
    97201 is somewhere in Orange County, below LA, I'm pretty sure..


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