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Mazda MAZDA6, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#892 of 2415 RE: Help with Pricing 2004 Mazda6 Sports Wag 5 speed [likaglov]
Dec 24, 2004 (10:20 am)
I am negotiating a deal right now for $500 off invoice. This car is a manual, bose, side airbags, roof rack, moonroof and the homelink with compass. Total price after the $4000 rebate in california will be $19750 plus tax/liscense.
I test drove a Saab, Subaru, and an Audi. For the money, the Mazda is far better..
For someone who does not care about the leather package, they are advertising a total cost of $16799 for an automatic. That's a good deal.
My thinking regarding that person and the dealer demo, way overpriced when you can get a new one with 50 miles for less money!!
#893 of 2415 RE: Help with Pricing 2004 Mazda6 Sports Wag 5 speed [savez]
Dec 24, 2004 (2:52 pm)
Sounds like a good, if not great, price to me. Please keep us informed about your purchase and dealer experience. I'm 5 mi. away & interested in a 6s.
I looked at used MPV's last yr. & ended up in Raleigh buying new. Good price & good dealer. Cary turned me off with their price negotiations, but that was then.
Maybe I'll see you there before the end of the month.
#894 of 2415 2003 Mazda 6i pricing
Dec 27, 2004 (9:56 pm)
I'm interested in a 2003 M6i 4-door sedan from an Internet Auto Dealer in Reno, NV. The car is silver, automatic, ABS, basic power options. The mileage is 18,000. The dealer says retail is about $18500 and they bought it wholesale for $15,700. I'm thinking this is pretty steep for a 2003 model with 18,000 miles. I was thinking about offering $13,500 to start. Is this too low for a car like this, and if so, what should I think about spending for an M6i with these specs.
#895 of 2415 Re: 2003 Mazda 6i pricing [drraman82]
Dec 28, 2004 (7:02 am)
to me - that seems way too high. If they paid $15,700 for it wholesale - they will probably lose money on the car.
looking at the invoice price of the car at about $17,500, with about $3000 in rebates - FOR A NEW ONE - I would say that you shouldn't pay over the $13,000 you are initially going to offer. I am sure you could get a new one for about $14,500.
#896 of 2415 Re: 2003 Mazda 6i pricing [drraman82]
Dec 28, 2004 (3:33 pm)
Similar equipped 6i are listed for sale here in California for a no haggle price of 12,900 They are rental return from Hertz with about 22k miles. I think your price is more than fair.
#897 of 2415 Great Deal in Newport News-Casey Mazda
Dec 30, 2004 (1:06 pm)
2005 Mazda MAZDA6
s Grand Touring 4dr Sport Wagon at 100 below invoice.
Casey Mazda in Newport News, VA.
Dealt with old Sales Manager who is now GM.
This was before rebates of 2,000.
Armed with Edmunds invoice price, he took out invoice, and beat it by $ 100.
Awesome deal, awesome dealership.
Tell him I sent you from Virginia Beach!
Great Car. Was in and out of Dealership within 1 Hour.
Best dealership experience in my life, and this car handles like my neighbors BMW
#898 of 2415 Re: Input Please [tweet651983]
Jan 03, 2005 (6:50 am)
I'm not sure where you're located, but a dealership (used) in Duncansville, PA has about 6 Mazda 6i sedans listed for under 15k, i think the one with the most mileage is 21,000 mi. It's called blue knob auto, my parents bought their lates crown vic there.
#899 of 2415 Re: 2003 Mazda 6i pricing [drraman82]
Jan 03, 2005 (11:03 am)
This is similar to my previous post, but yeah I think he's asking way too much. I've seen a number of 2004 6i's listed below 14k. None of them had ABS, but they did have alloys and an auto transmission. For comparison, go to a website like autotrader and search for the same car in a 100 mi radius, and see what they're listing for in your area.
#900 of 2415 New Incentives
Jan 04, 2005 (1:29 am)
Does anybody have information on the new incentives for the Mazda6? I'm in the market to buy a 6s Wagon, and I've gotten all sorts of garbage about the expiration. Everything from "They're going away (buy one now)" to "They're going to increase the cash back by 50%." If anybody has any information, feel free.
#901 of 2415 Re: New Incentives [snwyvern]
Jan 04, 2005 (12:15 pm)
I am looking for the information as well. Except I am looking for the sports sedan. I know down here in the Houston area they are selling very slowly, so I would be suprised if they went away - but nothing has come out on the new incentives yet from what I can tell.
If anyone knows where to find it, that would be great. I have asked one dealer that I have been corresponding with - but I haven't heard anything back yet.