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Mazda MAZDA3, Hatchback, Sedan
#4880 of 5092 Re: 2012 Mazda3 iTouring AT sedan [bill1000]
May 25, 2012 (7:25 am)
Got it yesterday for $18,593 before TTL. Even got .9% financing with no money down.
They managed to get an extra $250 from me by saying $250 mazda cash was included in the price and I couldn't take both the .9 and the mazda cash. I knew I was getting a great deal anyway so I didn't worry over it.
My OTD price was $19,916 I believe.
They offered me $3000 for my trade in, but Carmax appraised at $3500 so I just went with Carmax (the tax savings did not make up for the $500 difference)
#4881 of 5092 Re: MAZDA3 5-Door i Touring OTD Northern California? [bill1000]
May 25, 2012 (9:11 pm)
I found another dealer offering the Mazda 3 5-door i Touring Skyactiv Automatic for $18,889. (2 to choose from), other dealer which was $18,999 had 3 to choose from.
Cypress Coast (Dealer) Discount: $2,056
Sale Price: $18,889
Loyalty Rebate* (I'm not eligible): $500
Military Rebate* (I'm not eligible): $500
Net Cost: $17,889
So I guess if I decide to get one, I would pay 7.75% tax and roughly $250 doc/lic? ~$20,605 OTD? What kind of "dealer prep" are there?
#4882 of 5092 Re: 2012 Mazda3 iTouring AT sedan [bassec]
May 26, 2012 (6:49 am)
I believe that extra $250 got them back to break even. Still, you got an awesome deal based on my information and experience. Enjoy it.
#4883 of 5092 Re: MAZDA3 5-Door i Touring OTD Northern California? [rth121]
May 26, 2012 (6:53 am)
Dealer prep is basically another term for profit. I would only pay for legitimate fees like tax, tags, etc. Most dealers charge a small fee for the licensing/registration paperwork ($25-50), so I would say that $250 is the max you should pay all fees (not including sales tax). Maybe even a little less. That said, the car price of $18,889 is a very good price, so as long as they don't try to jack up some fees, you have a good deal.
#4884 of 5092 2012 mazda3i grand touring hatchback price
May 28, 2012 (1:59 pm)
im in the market to buy a new mazda3i grand touring hatchback and would love to know what everyone else is paying for this vehicle in the california region.
i have some add on accessories so i know its going to be a little different but any info will help my decision. thank you in advance.
mazda3i grand touring hatchback with the tech packages
all weather floor mats
edmund msrp = 26330
invoice = 24928
true market value = 25580
truecar.com msrp = 26055
invoice = 25055
market ave = 24835
dealer cost = 24458
the lowest internet quote i got = 24200.
seems like a killer deal right? or you guys think i can do better?
all these prices are before tax and other fees of course.
tell me what you think. =)
#4885 of 5092 Re: 2012 mazda3i grand touring hatchback price [hum6l3]
May 28, 2012 (3:42 pm)
If you are $800 under invoice, then I believe it is a good deal. For a Mazda 3 with Skyactiv engine (meaning no additional incentives), anything more than $600 under invoice would be very good in my opinion.
#4886 of 5092 Re: 2012 Mazda3 S Grand Touring Sedan [crw7096]
May 28, 2012 (6:00 pm)
where did you get the msrp of $25095?
the msrp on the official mazda website is $22900
did you have some added options and didnt mention?
#4887 of 5092 What should I pay? (Mazda3 Touring, Skyactiv, Moonroof Package)
Jun 03, 2012 (7:28 am)
My 2012 MAZDA3 i Touring 4-Door MSRP $ 19,550
Destination Fee $ 795
155-hp 2.0L DOHC 16-valve inline 4-cylinder Standard
Front-Wheel Drive Standard
6-Speed Auto Standard
Exterior: GRAPHITE MC
Interior: BLACK CLOTH
Packages and Options
MOONROOF AND BOSEŽ PACKAGE $1,400
Total MSRP: $21,745
What do you think a fair price would be? I don't qualify for any of the loyality offers or anything. Won't be trading in any car either.
Do they have any special rates going for 48 or 60 months? (instead of the .9%/36)
Located in Cincinnati, OH.
Thank you VERY much.
#4888 of 5092 Re: What should I pay? (Mazda3 Touring, Skyactiv, Moonroof Package) [r_willis]
Jun 03, 2012 (11:11 am)
They were offering 1.9% for 48/60-months thru 5/31 and will likely renew it.
Invoice on the car you're looking at is about $20,700 and it looks like $21,000 or $21,100 is going to be bottom dollar. The only exception would be if Mazda announces any sort of cash-to-dealer incentive, but don't hold your breath.
Mazda3 sales are currently up 26% over the same time last year! The SKYACTIV models are a big hit and don't need much discounting to sell....but still a great deal!
#4889 of 5092 Re: What should I pay? (Mazda3 Touring, Skyactiv, Moonroof Package) [r_willis]
Jun 03, 2012 (1:44 pm)
I'm pretty sure you can get it for right around 20,300. The car you are looking at is exactly the same as the one I bought last month expect you are adding the moonroof/Bose package. I paid $18,900 plus tax and tags. The moonroof adds $1204 to invoice ($1400 msrp), so you should be between 20,104 and 23,000 to get the same deal I got. Like you, i qualified for no rebates just the special financing. Good luck.