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#1198 of 1263 Re: 2010 Mazda5 Sport Auto [axc4466]
Oct 25, 2010 (11:42 am)
Great Deal! Man, I live about 15 miles from Carlsbad and I Didnt even remember they had a Mazda Dealership. Congrats on the deal, and may the deals get better and better. Its a great car so far (I paid $16,200) From Browning Mazda in Tustin about 1 1/2 months ago and I thought I got a great deal!
This car is huge in Europe and Canada, I think its like Ikea, good use of its limited room. yeah, its small compared to an Odyssey or Sienna, but the majority of people with 1 or even 2 kids dont need all that room, the Mazda 5 is a good 'tweener, and the Mazda 5 uses his limited room to make it seem more spacious that it is.
#1199 of 1263 Re: 2010 Mazda5 Sport Auto [romodome]
Oct 28, 2010 (11:28 am)
I actually bought Mazda5 Auto yesterday with DVD player for 18,000 which was the overstock price for my zip 98007.
Total price with tax, registration was 20,200
Looking at what others have paid I feel that I have paid too much for it.
#1200 of 1263 Nice deal on white Touring
Oct 29, 2010 (6:53 am)
Finally completed a deal for a white/tan Touring at Wilkins Mazda in Elmhurst, IL. The price, $19,107 (before tax and fees), was a bit higher than some others in the area, but they were very generous with the trade allowance. I mean that; I had a pretty good idea of what the trade was worth, and they surprised me. I'd recommend them; they seem to be pretty up-front, and the service department is competent, too, a plus, since they're the closest dealer to my location.
#1201 of 1263 Re: 2010 Mazda5 Sport Auto [romodome]
Oct 29, 2010 (12:21 pm)
I was dealing with Browning Mazda in Cerritos not the Browning in Tustin, that's why I got the different treatment. To make it short don't go to Browning Mazda In "Cerritos", they will not honored your overstock certificate.
I went to Riverside Mazda in the Riverside Metro Automall. Great experience and got a Liquid Silver 2010 Sports Auto with popular package for $16,084 +TTL = total paid $17861.91. No game in this dealer showed the certificate, the sales guy talk to the manager and came up with the contract at the price specified. Spent 1.5 hours max at the dealer. This is the future of car buying, I was dreading to buy a new car before but after this I will pick a Mazdaspeed 3 next year for myself because I enjoyed the experience so much.
Dec 28, 2010 (9:27 pm)
Seems like no one else has made a purchase lately?? I'm in the SoCal region and am looking to get one in a few days and was wondering if anyone have any pointers in getting a good price for the sports model. I am hoping I can get the pricing romodome and a few others received. Thanks in advance for the help!
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Jan 18, 2011 (10:44 am)
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#1204 of 1263 2009 Mazda 5 Sport
Jan 24, 2011 (8:03 am)
We bought our Mazda5 last Satruday and paid $11,425. So far we love it!
#1205 of 1263 Re: 2009 Mazda 5 Sport [amterrio]
Jan 24, 2011 (7:57 pm)
Did you buy a used one? How many miles for that car? Auto or Manual? Thanks.
#1206 of 1263 Re: 2009 Mazda 5 Sport [joeforjob]
Jan 25, 2011 (4:16 pm)
Sorry for the lack of detail. I'm new to this "being excited about a new car" thing as all of my past car purchases were cars that were 7+ yrs old =)
We bought our Mazda 5 Sport at Mastria Subaru in Raynham, Ma.
We bought it used and it had 44,645 miles on it the day we picked it up. It's an automatic. It was previously used as a rental car, hence the high mileage and low price for the year of the car.
I had test driven several cars before I settled on the Mazda5. The fold down 3rd row seating was very attractive to me. The other attractive feature was the MPG. $41 to fill it up compared to the $60 it took to fill my old Ford Windstar.
Love it so far!
#1207 of 1263 Re: Browning Mazda is a bait and switch! [dherabadi]
Apr 07, 2011 (7:20 pm)
I, too, filled out a USAA price certificate. Same problem, they only want to talk on the phone (I have a feeling we're talking about the same manager) and provide no commitment. She said she would honor the price when the car came in that I was quoted (note that USAA quotes are good for the current inventory only). I asked for an e-mail to spell out everything so I could understand. She refused and said she could provide info when i decided to come in so I'd be ready. If you will honor the price, why can't you write it down? Tricky....I'm about ready to head to Riverside.