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Mazda MAZDA6, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#1163 of 2415 Re: Dealers with internet pricing? [retropia]
Jun 09, 2005 (10:46 am)
It's your lucky day! I found the following dealership that actually posted prices!
Each new car has a web page that shows the MSRP, the pre-rebate selling price, and the post-rebate price. The dealer has a 2005 Mazda6s with everything I want (leather, auto, moonroof) for $24302 after $1500 rebate. Gosh--if I get Mazda financing, that will go down to $23302! But I don't like the color
Edit--LOL! Get a free barbecue accessory set "just for stopping by" the dealership! If only the car had an on-board grill . . .
#1164 of 2415 Customer Loyalty
Jun 09, 2005 (11:05 am)
Does anyone know if Mazda has any type of Customer Loyalty rebates? And if so, are they stackable?
#1165 of 2415 Re: Dealers with internet pricing? [yellowperil]
Jun 09, 2005 (4:31 pm)
Thanks . . . their pricing appears to be competitive. More shopping to do!
Jun 16, 2005 (7:12 am)
I've received a quote on a Mazda6 Sportwagon, with luxury package, moonroof and Bose package. Msrp is 28,295. My price would be 23,500. With 6.9% financing. Is this a good deal? Never had a mazda. Seems steep compared to some other brands like honda or toyota. Does anyone have an opinion, should I counter offer or keep looking? I'm also concerned about the Ford Taurus engine. Kind of old technology. What do you say?
#1167 of 2415 Re: sound good? [brian211]
Jun 16, 2005 (9:40 am)
I'd say you're generalizing a bit too much by saying that the Mazda6 uses a Taurus engine. They both offer an engine based on the same Ford Duratec 3.0 (which evolved from a Porsche engineered design), but has been modified for higher performance by both Mazda and Jaguar in their applications (added VVT, more HP). Furthermore, Duratecs (of which there are several varieties) seem to be generally regarded as well designed, reliable engines and I doubt the 3.0 V6 design which bears that name could be considered as "old technology" since it has only been around for a few years. If you're interested in more details, Wikipedia has a nice writeup on the Duratec:
At any rate, if you were to drive both a Duratec 3.0 equipped Taurus and Mazda6, you would know right away how different the Mazda6 version of the engine really is, and the differences are good!
#1168 of 2415 Re: Dealers with internet pricing? [yellowperil]
Jun 17, 2005 (7:17 pm)
this site is offering mazda 3's more than $1000 under MSRP. I wasn't aware of any special financing rebates on the 3 and best I have got has been about $250 under MSRP. what gives? ">
#1169 of 2415 Re: sound good? [brian211]
Jun 17, 2005 (7:52 pm)
Just checked price for 2005 Mazda6 4dr Sport Wagon s Grand Touring carsdirect. With incentives and destination charge, with roof side rails, rear spoiler, body color sport grill (?), rear bumper step plate and wheel locks the price-$24,200. Why with those options? They round the price to a nice number
Jun 18, 2005 (7:18 am)
I think you're saying I can do better. With the 2006's coming soon, I think I can get it lower. Apr not good either. Nissan and toyota and honda all have better aprs.
Jun 18, 2005 (10:13 am)
when your comparing rates did you take into consideration the $1000 mac cash for financing? If you finance 20K at 3.9% for 60 it's essentially the same at 5.9% 60 months with the Mac cash rebate.....what model honda or toyota has 3.9% or better for 60 months????
2006's are still 2-3 months away..
#1172 of 2415 Is this a good deal for an '05 S Sport?
Jun 18, 2005 (6:15 pm)
Just went through a trip to a dealership up here for a new Mazda6 as follows:
This gives a sticker of 26,140 (incl dest fee) and an invoice of 23,941
After some dickering, they offered just under $22k - with 5.9% rate financing for part of it. My bank offer is 6 3/4%. This number didn't change when I asked if I paid the whole thing cash, which I can do. The loan would be for 3 years, by the way and I'd put about 1/2 down.
They indicated no problem taking my trade, which has Very high mileage and mechanical issues, sight unseen (it's a 2k ford) - fixing the problems with this car would cost more than the book value of it when fixed.
Is $22,000 a good deal given the options (6 cyl, moonroof, auto)? Cars direct gives a cost of $22,311 with these option choices.
Should I try to get a break on an extended warranty, extending from the 4/50? What does a comprehensive 5/100-type plan run?
Thanks for any answers The other car I'm seriously considering is the Pontiac G6 (regular V6 trim), with similar options, which comes in at just over $20k before tax ('05 - with GM deal). They offer 1.9% financing FWIW for 3 years.