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#148 of 1273 Re: 2006 Mazda5 GT - 5 Speed, Ottawa, Ontario - $900 off MSRP [mazda5_gt]
Nov 16, 2005 (9:00 am)
Purchased a Black Gt - 5 Speed in Montreal and i've got a pretty good deal:
650$ off MSRP
+ 300$ more for my exchange than all garage visited
Still, even if the car is in stock, the dealer haven't yet received the parts ...
ME WANNA DRIVE IT!!!
Also, since it was my 1st brand new Mazda, and obviously i wanted to try before i buy, i suggested a compromise and the salesman accepted right away:
since they didn't had a manual ready, i 1st tried an automatic MZ5, to get the feel of the car, then, i tried a manual MZ3 Sport, for the manual - 2.3L combo.
After the 2 road tests, i've provided a deposit on the car and signed the contract.
#149 of 1273 Re: 2006 Mazda5 GT - 5 Speed, Ottawa, Ontario - $900 off MSRP [mazda5_gt]
Nov 16, 2005 (7:58 pm)
I bought mine mid September from a Mississauga dealer...and for a GT with auto, paid just under $30,000. with $950 off the price, and I got them to throw in locking wheel nuts, a cargo net for the back, and winter floor mats front and back. Not a bad deal, plus Im still waiting for the $500 cash back from the recall.
#150 of 1273 Mazda5 GT in Southwest
Nov 19, 2005 (1:43 pm)
Bought a metallic silver GT from Santa Fe Mazda with navigation, moonroof for $22,500. They insisted there is a waiting list and that they needed to tack on a $2,000 market value adjustment but we refused to indulge that and walked away with a wonderful vehicle. It is fantastic!
#151 of 1273 Mazda5 Touring in Chicago suburbs
Nov 20, 2005 (8:25 am)
Bought a Phantom Blue Mazda 5 Touring with automatic for $19,344 (invoice). I also attended a local zoom zoom event which gave me the $500 rebate and knocked my price down to $18,844.
Roto Mazda, where I bought the car, had 8 to 10 cars on the lot and I suspect they were happy to be selling them again after the recall.
#152 of 1273 Mazda5 offer in NoVA
Nov 21, 2005 (8:41 pm)
Soooo in my continuing car search... I was just offered today (via Internet sales), a Mazda5 w/ touring package, manual for $17,174. This seems to be about $500 under invoice... Has anyone else seen this kind of pricing? Are they just trying to make end of month numbers?
#153 of 1273 Re: Mazda5 offer in NoVA [model_un]
Nov 22, 2005 (4:25 am)
I hope that offer didn't come from Arlington Mazda.
They offered me a Touring with automatic and nav for $20,700 which was way below invoice. Then it turned out the recall wasn't done on the car yet, so they couldn't let me drive off it off the lot.
Make sure the recall has been completed on the car and that you can take delivery.
#154 of 1273 2006 Mazda 5 GT - Toronto, Ontario
Nov 22, 2005 (5:21 pm)
Bought a Mazda 5 GT with air\auto in Toronto, got $700 off the MSRP. Plus I'm still waiting for my $500 cheque in the mail.
#155 of 1273 2006 Mazda GS-Toronto
Nov 23, 2005 (9:15 am)
This weekend I bought a GS with tinted windows, stick and Air with $550 off the MSRP. They also threw in a cargo net, fog lights and winter floor mats.
The bad news. I have to wait 3 months to take delivery.
#157 of 1273 Re: Mazda5 offer in NoVA [wuster]
Nov 23, 2005 (8:25 pm)
I recently bought mine in IL and it did not have the recall fixed either. They just said to be careful with the manual shifting and they would contact me when the parts came in. Since I had already read about a bunch of people on this forum signing waivers and driving their cars, I wasn't concerned. I wonder why Arlington doesn't allow you to drive a car off of the lot?