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Mazda MAZDA6, Car Leasing, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#187 of 392 Re: Lease calculation [jacalyker]
Nov 17, 2008 (6:48 pm)
Wow, that really is special since Mazdausa.com has this listing in the Special Offers for the lowest model Mazda6:
2009 MAZDA6 i Sport AT (MSRP $19,220)
$229/Month, 36-Month Lease, $2,824 due at Lease Signing after $850 Mazda Customer Lease Support.
Somewhere there's almost $4000 missing there. But in my rough calculations I see about every $1000 in MSRP or down payment changes the monthly by about $30, so 4 X $30=$120 + $229 = $349. Like I said, a rough approximation, but I bet not too far off.
#188 of 392 Re: Lease calculation [davskins97]
Nov 23, 2008 (2:32 pm)
Now the 21920 car is 199/month + 999 and TTD, 36 months
#189 of 392 Need information on Mazda 6i sport lease
Dec 01, 2008 (10:33 am)
I am planning on leasing a 2009 mazda 6i sport with auto transmission. I understand the MSRP inc destination is $21920
I believe the November program numbers for a 36 month lease with 10k miles a year are 49% and .00044 for the iSport
I got a "best" offer of $1700 total out of pocket (inc TTDMV and first month) and $258 a month.
Are my assumptions correct?
Does this look like a good deal? I feel like it should be a little lower and that there are some aquisition or other fees included.
Finally, I live in NY and am transfering my registration from my old car. The dealer wants to charge me a total of $205 to handle registration /title/ inspection/processing fees.
This seems high given that it only costs $7.50 to transfer registration.
Your thoughts and advice is greatly appreciated.
#190 of 392 Re: 2009 Mazda 6 V6 Touring [Car_man]
Dec 04, 2008 (4:43 pm)
Thanks Carman! Can you provide the December MF and residual for 10K per yr on the Mazda 6s Touring? I really appreciate it.
#191 of 392 Re: Need information on Mazda 6i sport lease [flyerguy1]
Dec 07, 2008 (4:25 pm)
Sold Mazda's until recent slowdown for 6 years. don't know NY state laws, but usually leases have a few fees that look like one large fee. it includes a documentation fee, title, and license fee. depending on states/local rules the amount varies (in my state/locale the fees total $350). my state and local documentation fee is $250 by itself & the other $100 is for plates, title, & registration (you usually can't transfer lease plates...unless special circumstance which is another topic) . don't know how your tax rates are or work, but based on the information you have provided it seems like you are getting a pretty decent deal on the car. If your tax rate were 7% the car is being offered around $19600.
#192 of 392 Re: Need information on Mazda 6i sport lease [joe2010]
Dec 07, 2008 (5:40 pm)
Thanks for the information. In New York the taxes are 8.625%. Nice huh? Guess I got a good deal...
Anyone interested in the dealer, let me know.
#193 of 392 Re: 2009 Mazda 6 V6 Touring [ajpbf7]
by Car_man HOST
Dec 09, 2008 (6:42 pm)
No problem, ajpbf7. Mazda's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 Mazda6 Touring Sedan with an automatic transmission and 10,000 miles per year are .00044 and 47%. When negotiating your lease on this car, make sure to take advantage of the $850 lease cash that is currently available on it.
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#194 of 392 Re: 2009 Mazda 6 V6 Touring [Car_man]
Dec 10, 2008 (3:44 pm)
Hi Car Man,
Just got back from looking at a 09 Mazda 6 I Touring with the convenience package. Sticker on it was 24,850 and dealership offered me 317/mo + tax with a 1000 down on a 12k 36mo lease. Dealer quoted the actual sales price of 20,780 and 22,784 after fees and OTD(whatever hell that is). I need to know how much more room I have left to negotiate with. My original goal was to get this car for 300/mo with 0 down on a 36mo lease. Any chance of this happening base on these first numbers? Oh btw I live in Colorado if that helps with anything
#195 of 392 Re: 2009 Mazda 6 V6 Touring [templer16]
Dec 13, 2008 (10:21 am)
Please make sure that you either build into your lease or pay upfront the $150 fee from Chase to waive the disposition fee at the end of the lease which last I heard was about $300. Mazda Credit never charged disposition fees (a fee "OF NO VALUE" to turn your vehicle in); however Chase does.
To answer the question accurately you would have to know all of the fee structures:
Aquisition Fee $595
Doc, License, & Registration $200-400 depending on where you live
1st Payment $317
Disposition Waiver $150
Total fees on this vehicle before tax should not exceed $1200-1400, unless out in Colorado you have some fees that I am not aware of. If you assume that they were showing you $20780 which includes the $850 lease rebate, the total fees are actually $1304.
My guess is that they are not truly selling you the vehicle for 20780. If they were, you would be between 240-250+ tax.
$22784 is probably invoice or near so. If that is what they are really charging you & your tax rate were 7.25% & they are building in all of your fees then you should be $333 w/tax, $1000 down, and no prepayment of disposition fee or $338 w/disposition fee waiver.
A true sign & drive (no money down & no money out of pocket) would be $362 or $367 w/fee waiver using the same above assumptions.
#196 of 392 Pulling the Trigger
Dec 25, 2008 (10:47 pm)
Well I finally decided to go ahead and get a new mazda6 i Touring with the convience package. All in all it was actaully a really nice experience, much better that my previous one when buying a CX-7.
At the end of the day I leased the car for zero down 292.50 encluding tax with a residual buy out of 11,944 on a 36mo/12k. The sticker MSRP was 24,900. So far seems to be a great car and more importantly the wife loves it!
Just curious to see how my numbers are stacking up against others?