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Mazda CX-7, SUV
#761 of 813 Sign and Drive 2009
Dec 07, 2009 (9:39 pm)
After much research including using the Edmunds lease calculators, this sign and drive offer for a CX-7 i SV FWD seems like a very good offer (except that it is for 42 months instead of Edmunds suggested 36 months). Do you guys agree this is a good deal and is there additional room for negotiation in a national offer like this one?
$299/Month Lease for 42 Months
$0 Down Payment, $0 Security Deposit, $0 First Month's Payment= $0 Due at Lease Signing.
MSRP $22,300. Lease payment based on capitalized cost of $21,645 after $500 Mazda Customer Lease Support. Total payments of $12,259. No security deposit required. Dealer participation required. Tax, license, title, fees, options and insurance extra. Monthly payments include $595 acquisition fee. Not all lessees will qualify for lowest payment through participating lender. Some payments higher, some lower based on residency and other factors. Lessee responsible for excess wear and mileage over 42,000 at $0.15/mile. Purchase option at lease end for $10,481 plus applicable tax. Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 1/04/10. Residency restrictions apply. See participating dealer for qualifications. Excludes One Pay lease option.
#762 of 813 Re: Mazda cx7 2010 sv [celebro]
Jan 04, 2010 (10:24 am)
celebro - can you tell us how the negotiations went to get to $18953? I am about to purchase today and would like to get some tips if possible to help me out.
#763 of 813 Re: Mazda cx7 2010 sv [celebro]
Jan 04, 2010 (10:35 am)
hi, did the $18,953 include a $1000 mazda loyalty discount? the dealer i'm dealing with will only do $19,997 plus $189 doc fee on new base CX-7 i SV. He says anything less than that would have included $1000 mazda loyality cash back. happy new year and thanks very much for your reply!
#764 of 813 Mazda CX7 2010 Touring Base pricing
Jan 11, 2010 (9:28 am)
Hi, I wanted to see if there was anyone out there who had recently purchased the Touring model with no additional options MSRP $28,605. I am eligible for S plan pricing which is being quoted as $26,744. I want to see how comparable that is to what anyone else has paid recently through straight negotiation. I am in Rochester, NY.
#765 of 813 New Mazda CX-7 iSport
Feb 01, 2010 (2:09 pm)
Just got a new Mazda CX-7 iSport with the convenience package and OTD is
$24,042 (with 6% tax). Is that a good price?
BTW: there is a strong burning smell coming inside the hood and the deal
told me it is normal for the new car. Anybody has the similar experience?
#766 of 813 Re: New Mazda CX-7 iSport [neal2010]
Feb 01, 2010 (7:25 pm)
Not sure about the price, but the smell is cosmoline burning off and should dissipate within the first 1000 miles or so - nothing to worry about....
#767 of 813 Re: Mazda cx7 2010 [dcrow82]
Feb 05, 2010 (11:14 am)
I got a new 2010 CX-7 Grand Touring FWD, White Pearl exterior, with scuff plates, for $29,600. MSRP was $32,280. We live in Northern California. We got it the 36-month 0% APR financing. I think the same deal is still going on, but it's now 48 months 0% APR! After taxes and registration fees and all that jazz, it was just under $33,000 out the door.
You should use www.truecar.com to get an idea of how low dealers are willing/able to go. Hope this helps!
#768 of 813 Re: New Mazda CX-7 iSport [neal2010]
Feb 05, 2010 (11:32 am)
That is an excellent price neal... not sure if you read my previous post, but my iSport was $26000 out the door (with 9.75% tax in CA). AND mine does not have the convenience package! You did a great job!
Feb 05, 2010 (5:48 pm)
Need to buy a new car. Decided between CR-V and CX-7 iSV base model. The dealer is offering $21,223 with 0 % Financing for 48 Months.
Is this a good deal ?
#770 of 813 CX7 real world gas mileage
Feb 08, 2010 (2:03 pm)
I recently purchased a 2007 CX7 grand touring model (awd) with the turbo four. I am really disappointed with the mpg. My commute is nearly all interstate with few stops. I set the cruise on 70 mph and it is just awful, probably 19-20 mpg. Does anyone get better than this or do I have to live with it? I just ordered a K and N air filter to try to eke out a little more. I traded my MB C300 to try and save a little money, but it's not working out. This may be the shortest time I've ever owned a vehicle. Any tips?