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2016 Mazda3 Lease Questions

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    ccmn2000 said:

    I don't know if this is the right place to ask about CX-3s
    2016 CX-3 Sport Front Wheel Drive Automatic Transmission 39 months 10K month, Pa.
    Please provide MF and Residuals.
    Thank you again!

    .00127 MF and 55% residual

    36/10 is .00019 MF and 55% residual.

    Have to run it both ways, to see which one is cheaper.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 116,982
    ccmn2000 said:

    I don't know if this is the right place to ask about CX-3s
    2016 CX-3 Sport Front Wheel Drive Automatic Transmission 39 months 10K month, Pa.
    Please provide MF and Residuals.
    Thank you again!

    Try here:

    http://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/38124/mazda/x/2016-mazda-cx-3-lease-questions#latest

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  • What's the lease details and incentives on the 2016 iTouring sedan/Automatic with 33,36,39 lease term and 15k miles per year in Maryland?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 116,982
    khuzbuz said:

    What's the lease details and incentives on the 2016 iTouring sedan/Automatic with 33,36,39 lease term and 15k miles per year in Maryland?

    33/15 - .00001 and 61%
    36/15 - .00008 and 58%
    39/15 - .00022 and 57%

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  • Hi again, looking for values on these after talking to the dealer:

    KS
    2015 s GT (MT/Sedan)
    2016 s GT (MT/Sedan)

    33 & 36 @ 15k

    Thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 116,982
    cstark27 said:

    Hi again, looking for values on these after talking to the dealer:

    KS
    2015 s GT (MT/Sedan)
    2016 s GT (MT/Sedan)

    33 & 36 @ 15k

    Thank you

    2015
    33/15 - 52% and .00030
    36/15 - 49% and .00001
    $1275 lease cash

    2016
    33/15 - 57% and .00001
    36/15 - 53% and .00008
    No lease cash.

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  • khuzbuzkhuzbuz Posts: 45
    edited November 2015
    Michaell said:
    What's the lease details and incentives on the 2016 iTouring sedan/Automatic with 33,36,39 lease term and 15k miles per year in Maryland?
    33/15 - .00001 and 61% 36/15 - .00008 and 58% 39/15 - .00022 and 57%

    Thank you for all the support Edmunds. Finally leased the 2016 Mazda3 iTouring AT Sedan after looking at Elantras, Sonatas, Golfs, Jettas and Sentras. Below are the details on the 39month lease with 15k miles/year. 

    MSRP: 22,115
    Invoice: 21,177
    Sales Price: 20,200
    .00022 money factor
    57% residual
    tax:  1229.94
    tags: 279
    processing: 299
    payment: $264.09 (0 down sign and drive)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    khuzbuz said:


    Michaell said:

    What's the lease details and incentives on the 2016 iTouring sedan/Automatic with 33,36,39 lease term and 15k miles per year in Maryland?
    33/15 - .00001 and 61%
    36/15 - .00008 and 58%
    39/15 - .00022 and 57%

    Thank you for all the support Edmunds. Finally leased the 2016 Mazda3 iTouring AT Sedan after looking at Elantras, Sonatas, Golfs, Jettas and Sentras. Below are the details on the 39month lease with 15k miles/year. 

    MSRP: 22,115
    Invoice: 21,177
    Sales Price: 20,200
    .00022 money factor
    57% residual
    tax:  1229.94
    tags: 279
    processing: 299
    payment: $264.09 (0 down sign and drive)


    Congrats!

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  • tj11119tj11119 Posts: 110
    edited November 2015
    Hi kyfdx

    Can you help me with the numbers on a 33/36 lease @15k miles for:

    2016 Mazda 3 iSport MT
    2016 Mazda 6 Sport automatic

    thanks
  • tj11119tj11119 Posts: 110
    Forgot to mention Mazda3 is Sedan. SoCal area. Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    tijuana19 said:

    Hi kyfdx

    Can you help me with the numbers on a 33/36 lease @15k miles for:

    2016 Mazda 3 iSport MT
    2016 Mazda 6 Sport automatic

    thanks

    tijuana19 said:

    Forgot to mention Mazda3 is Sedan. SoCal area. Thanks

    3: .00001 MF and 61% residual for 33/15
    6: .00001 MF and 57%/55%/54% for 33/36/39 mo, 15K/yr. $650 lease cash

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  • Leased a 2016 Mazda 3 i Sport with the preferred equipment package
    39 Month 10K per month
    MSRP $20715
    Negotiated price $19860.29
    $500 Mazda Customer Lease Support
    59% Residual $12221.85
    MF .00022

    Black Friday Deal, Free Remote Start

    It was sign and drive, including all fees and registration $266.00
    Mazda payed first month payment
    $205 base payment for 38 months.

    I think it was a good deal.



  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 116,982
    ccmn2000 said:

    Leased a 2016 Mazda 3 i Sport with the preferred equipment package
    39 Month 10K per month
    MSRP $20715
    Negotiated price $19860.29
    $500 Mazda Customer Lease Support
    59% Residual $12221.85
    MF .00022

    Black Friday Deal, Free Remote Start

    It was sign and drive, including all fees and registration $266.00
    Mazda payed first month payment
    $205 base payment for 38 months.

    I think it was a good deal.

    Congrats - enjoy the new 3!

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  • Some information that may help someone else if the sales manager was telling me the truth.
    The sales manager showed me his software after I complained about the base payment Vs MSRP.
    He said all calculations are through Mazda (they are responsible for mistakes)
    For nationally advertised prices ($199 lease) the money factor was locked (I assume residual also since its based on MSRP) and required the dealer to lower the sales price to match the nationally advertised base price (less title and fees). In the fine details on Mazda.com it mention "dealer participation required". He said that meant for him to lower the sales price to make the numbers match including the $500 Mazda Customer Lease Support . When listening in on other customers this dealer always lowered the sales price from MSRP when presenting the first numbers.

    I mention this because I wrongly assumed the advertised price ($199) was based on a sales price of MSRP.

    In my case I got $205 base payment with the additional preferred equipment package ($1000) with $266 in other fees included and free remote start. I am guessing I probably could of worked them more on the sales price but after 3 hours I was ready to sign and drive. :smile:

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 116,982
    ccmn2000 said:
    Some information that may help someone else if the sales manager was telling me the truth. The sales manager showed me his software after I complained about the base payment Vs MSRP. He said all calculations are through Mazda (they are responsible for mistakes) For nationally advertised prices ($199 lease) the money factor was locked (I assume residual also since its based on MSRP) and required the dealer to lower the sales price to match the nationally advertised base price (less title and fees). In the fine details on Mazda.com it mention "dealer participation required". He said that meant for him to lower the sales price to make the numbers match including the $500 Mazda Customer Lease Support . When listening in on other customers this dealer always lowered the sales price from MSRP when presenting the first numbers. I mention this because I wrongly assumed the advertised price ($199) was based on a sales price of MSRP. In my case I got $205 base payment with the additional preferred equipment package ($1000) with $266 in other fees included and free remote start. I am guessing I probably could of worked them more on the sales price but after 3 hours I was ready to sign and drive. :smile:
    Thanks for the update. And, shrewd negotiating should get you a deal better than the advertised offer. 

    In addition, a large down payment is often necessary - we don't recommend that. 

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  • rodascaporodascapo Posts: 20
    edited November 2015
    Can I have the MF and RES for 6 touring and 6 gt in Florida for 12/33 and 15/39? Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    rodascapo said:

    Can I have the MF and RES for 6 touring and 6 gt in Florida for 12/33 and 15/39? Thanks

    Please ask in the Mazda6 discussion, here:

    http://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/35507/mazda/mazda6/2016-mazda6-lease-questions#latest

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  • Could you provide the 12k and 15k numbers (for 24/36 months) on the following 2016 automatic sedans in Northern California:

    1) iSport

    2 iTouring

    3) sTouring

    Thanks in advance!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    jhon2maz said:

    Could you provide the 12k and 15k numbers (for 24/36 months) on the following 2016 automatic sedans in Northern California:

    1) iSport

    2 iTouring

    3) sTouring

    Thanks in advance!

    .00007 MF for 24 months, .00008 MF for 36 months.
    65%/58% residual for iSport and iTouring
    61%/53% residual for sTouring

    Add 2% for 12K/yr.

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  • Hi there! Looking for residuals and MFs for 2016 Mazda3 s Grand Touring hatchback, automatic, no packages, for 33, 36, 39 mo lease term with 12k miles per year in Wisconsin. Thanks in advance for your help!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 116,982

    Hi there! Looking for residuals and MFs for 2016 Mazda3 s Grand Touring hatchback, automatic, no packages, for 33, 36, 39 mo lease term with 12k miles per year in Wisconsin. Thanks in advance for your help!

    33/12 - .00001 and 59%
    36/12 - .00001 and 55%
    39/12 - .00013 and 54%

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  • Looking for MF/Residual for a 2016 Mazda3 iSport 4door in Connecticut for 39mos/12k mi and 39mos/15k mi.

    Thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 116,982
    duke0590 said:

    Looking for MF/Residual for a 2016 Mazda3 iSport 4door in Connecticut for 39mos/12k mi and 39mos/15k mi.

    Thank you!

    .00022 and 57% for 39/15. Add 2% for 12K

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  • carlsbadtimmcarlsbadtimm Posts: 4
    edited December 2015
    I got qualified for this advertised deal with cookie cutter terms it looks like. Planning to sign tomorrow.

    What's negotiable and reasonable for me to ask for?
    I would like to negotiate SOMETHING though... even if it's a free key chain... ;)
    I want extra things without paying extra... or minimal.

    MSRP?
    Capitalized cost?
    Residual? (would I want to negotiate this or better to ask for a lower capitalized cost?)
    Acq fee?
    Disposition fee?
    Purchase Option fee?
    Mileage limit?
    Upgrades, options?
    My payments for the base model - which is what I plan on - will be $225.72 (209 plus tax).

    LEASE OFFER

    $209/ MONTH
    2016 Mazda3 iSport Automatic Transmission

    $209/Month, 39-Month Lease, $0 Down Payment, $0 Security Deposit, $0 1st Month's Payment, $0 due at Lease Signing. Excludes taxes, title and fees. Monthly payment includes a $595 Acquisition Fee. *

    MSRP $18,895 plus $820 destination charge. Payment based on capitalized cost of $19,510. Total payments of $8,145. Dealer participation required. Not all lessees will qualify for $0 down payment and lowest payment through participating lender. Some payments higher, some lower based on residency and other factors. Lessee responsible for excess wear and mileage over 39,000 at $0.15/mile. Purchase option at lease end for $11,632 plus tax or price negotiated at signing. Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 1/4/2016. See participating dealer for qualifications.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124

    I got qualified for this advertised deal with cookie cutter terms it looks like. Planning to sign tomorrow.

    What's negotiable and reasonable for me to ask for?
    I would like to negotiate SOMETHING though... even if it's a free key chain... ;)
    I want extra things without paying extra... or minimal.

    MSRP?
    Capitalized cost?
    Residual? (would I want to negotiate this or better to ask for a lower capitalized cost?)
    Acq fee?
    Disposition fee?
    Purchase Option fee?
    Mileage limit?
    Upgrades, options?
    My payments for the base model - which is what I plan on - will be $225.72 (209 plus tax).

    LEASE OFFER

    $209/ MONTH
    2016 Mazda3 iSport Automatic Transmission

    $209/Month, 39-Month Lease, $0 Down Payment, $0 Security Deposit, $0 1st Month's Payment, $0 due at Lease Signing. Excludes taxes, title and fees. Monthly payment includes a $595 Acquisition Fee. *

    MSRP $18,895 plus $820 destination charge. Payment based on capitalized cost of $19,510. Total payments of $8,145. Dealer participation required. Not all lessees will qualify for $0 down payment and lowest payment through participating lender. Some payments higher, some lower based on residency and other factors. Lessee responsible for excess wear and mileage over 39,000 at $0.15/mile. Purchase option at lease end for $11,632 plus tax or price negotiated at signing. Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 1/4/2016. See participating dealer for qualifications.

    MSRP? That's the window sticker.. .nothing to negotiate
    Capitalized cost? That is the selling price + acquisition fee. You can negotiate selling price.
    Residual? That is set by the bank.
    Acq fee? $595. Not negotiable
    Disposition fee? Not negotiable.
    Purchase Option fee? Not negotiable.
    Mileage limit? You can get a higher limit, but that will result in lower residual and higher payment.
    Upgrades, options? If they are on the main window sticker, that will increase the payment, but you'll only pay for part of it, since it's residualized. Any accessories you add fall right to the bottom line and should be avoided
    My payments for the base model - which is what I plan on - will be $225.72 (209 plus tax). Good luck with that. If you get that, you'll have a good deal.

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  • Daemon_EADaemon_EA SacramentoPosts: 2
    MF/Residual for a 2016 Mazda3 S Grand Touring 4door Auto w/ Tech Package in California for 36mos/15k mi and (whatever but less than 36)mos/15k mi.
  • kyfdx said:

    I got qualified for this advertised deal with cookie cutter terms it looks like. Planning to sign tomorrow.

    What's negotiable and reasonable for me to ask for?
    I would like to negotiate SOMETHING though... even if it's a free key chain... ;)
    I want extra things without paying extra... or minimal.

    MSRP?
    Capitalized cost?
    Residual? (would I want to negotiate this or better to ask for a lower capitalized cost?)
    Acq fee?
    Disposition fee?
    Purchase Option fee?
    Mileage limit?
    Upgrades, options?
    My payments for the base model - which is what I plan on - will be $225.72 (209 plus tax).

    LEASE OFFER

    $209/ MONTH
    2016 Mazda3 iSport Automatic Transmission

    $209/Month, 39-Month Lease, $0 Down Payment, $0 Security Deposit, $0 1st Month's Payment, $0 due at Lease Signing. Excludes taxes, title and fees. Monthly payment includes a $595 Acquisition Fee. *

    MSRP $18,895 plus $820 destination charge. Payment based on capitalized cost of $19,510. Total payments of $8,145. Dealer participation required. Not all lessees will qualify for $0 down payment and lowest payment through participating lender. Some payments higher, some lower based on residency and other factors. Lessee responsible for excess wear and mileage over 39,000 at $0.15/mile. Purchase option at lease end for $11,632 plus tax or price negotiated at signing. Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 1/4/2016. See participating dealer for qualifications.

    MSRP? That's the window sticker.. .nothing to negotiate
    Capitalized cost? That is the selling price + acquisition fee. You can negotiate selling price.
    Residual? That is set by the bank.
    Acq fee? $595. Not negotiable
    Disposition fee? Not negotiable.
    Purchase Option fee? Not negotiable.
    Mileage limit? You can get a higher limit, but that will result in lower residual and higher payment.
    Upgrades, options? If they are on the main window sticker, that will increase the payment, but you'll only pay for part of it, since it's residualized. Any accessories you add fall right to the bottom line and should be avoided
    My payments for the base model - which is what I plan on - will be $225.72 (209 plus tax). Good luck with that. If you get that, you'll have a good deal.

    thanks for the response.

    i added the maintenance and the alarm and it came out to 252/month (tax included).

    i asked what kind of discount i could get for the maintenance and the alarm. i think he gave me a price of around $1400..? it would have brought my pmts put to $275-280 or so.
    i asked if he could bring it down to 250 then i'd go for it.

    he said he couldn't at first. so i politely said no.
    he came down to 265 or so. i appreciated the gesture, but still declined.

    finally he came down to 252. i didn't really want the maintenance so much but having the alarm is peace of mind.


  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    Daemon_EA said:

    MF/Residual for a 2016 Mazda3 S Grand Touring 4door Auto w/ Tech Package in California for 36mos/15k mi and (whatever but less than 36)mos/15k mi.

    .00008 MF and 54% residual for 36/15
    .00001 MF and 58% residual for 33/15

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  • Been lurking here for a while, thanks so much for all of the useful info!

    I'm looking for the MF/Residual for a 2016 Mazda3 iSport 4door Auto w/ pref equip package in Virginia for 39/12, 36/12, 39/10 and 36/10. Thanks!!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 116,982
    mikec1820 said:

    Been lurking here for a while, thanks so much for all of the useful info!

    I'm looking for the MF/Residual for a 2016 Mazda3 iSport 4door Auto w/ pref equip package in Virginia for 39/12, 36/12, 39/10 and 36/10. Thanks!!

    36/12 - .00008 and 60%
    39/12 - .00022 and 59%

    Add 1% for 10K

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