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Mazda MAZDA3, Hatchback, Sedan
#5041 of 5105 Re: Thoughts on Price? [jpvansmith]
Nov 14, 2012 (8:56 pm)
I am financing through them at 0% (not entirely sure how to go about getting outside financing). As far as miscellaneous discounts go, neither military nor loyalty apply to me.
Hopefully towards the end of the month they start yielding a bit more on the price...and supposedly around thanskgiving/black friday is a decent time for the buyer as well...?
I don't imagine I'll be waiting for the 2015 model, but I'm curious...what are these 'neat features' found only in overseas cars?
#5042 of 5105 $450 under invoice for 2013 Mazda 5i Grand Touring hatchback
Nov 14, 2012 (9:26 pm)
That's the lowest price I was offered so far. That seems high, especially when I'm hearing that dealers are getting $1500 to $2000 holdback? What would be a fair price?
#5043 of 5105 Re: $450 under invoice for 2013 Mazda 5i Grand Touring hatchback [abang]
Nov 16, 2012 (8:32 pm)
Dealer called me and said Mazda is offering another $250 off through end of November, 2012.
#5044 of 5105 Re: $450 under invoice for 2013 Mazda 5i Grand Touring hatchback [abang]
Nov 18, 2012 (3:31 pm)
Is that on all Mazda vehicles or..?
#5045 of 5105 Black Friday deals on 2012 Mazda3s
Nov 21, 2012 (8:10 pm)
I just got a new 2012 Mazda3 hatchback i Grand Touring w/tech package for $22,101, plus tax and tags. No rebates. This is a good deal, right? I hope so!
Total OTD: $23,667
If I had qualified for the rebates, I could have gotten an even better deal, but I really can't complain. I think I lucked out because this dealer happened to have multiple 2012 iGT HBs in stock, and they were eager to reduce inventory.
The dealer knocked off the $795 freight charge for Black Friday to get to my final price. Not sure how many dealers are doing this, but if you find one with excess inventory and don't mind settling for the 2012, you could get a great deal this week.
#5046 of 5105 2012 Auto iTouring Skyactive Mazda3 Sedan
Nov 21, 2012 (10:26 pm)
No options added to the car. With the 2013's coming I guess they didn't want it sitting on the lot too long. I didn't qualify for military or loyalty otherwise that would have been another $1,000 off. The new features on 2013's were nice but I couldn't justify the price difference.
Sales Price Including Freight 16,395
Dealer Processing 200
Tax/Tag/Tittle/VA Tax 605
Nov 22, 2012 (1:12 am)
In Southern California there are a couple dealers offering their excess 2012 Manual Sedan i Touring for thousands of dollars off. $14,900 with all incentives. Seems like a good deal to whoever wants this trim?
I am after a manual hatchback and there are only two left in SoCal right now. One dealer wants $19,000 before ttl the other wants $18,500. Any suggestions? It's almost as much as the 2013 lol. I'm dead set on a hatchback
#5048 of 5105 Re: 2012 Auto iTouring Skyactive Mazda3 Sedan [rkjindal]
Nov 22, 2012 (7:18 pm)
Did you pay cash or finance? If financing, what rate did you get?
#5049 of 5105 Re: 2012 Auto iTouring Skyactive Mazda3 Sedan [fnaji]
Nov 22, 2012 (11:02 pm)
We financed through the dealership and got 1.94%. As soon as the first bill comes I plan to refinance with my credit union at 1.79% and they will even give me $250 to do so.
Nov 24, 2012 (9:02 am)
quick question. 2012 mazda 3. The dealer last night said we qualified for 2.9% APR.. we also qualified for 0% but the car would be $1,000 more expensive he said thats just how the manufacture incentives work. Is this wrong? Shouldn't the car be $500 more if I took the 0%? I want to get the facts straight before I bother calling them since I already purchased the car