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Mazda CX-7, SUV
#798 of 813 Re: Mazda CX7 fuel [ylz]
Nov 07, 2010 (1:10 pm)
I own a Mazda CX7 2008 GT AWD.
1. I've driven 49k miles in 3 yrs. I put 87 octane, what ever is cheap, no specific brand of gasoline either. I was told I can put regular gas by dealer in NYC / Long Island when I bought my car. I bought my car Dec 2008 for invoice price at that time.
2. I love the turbo, oh did I mention I own a Honda CRV 2007 LX? Now if you want to know about borrrringggg, I can tell you how my crv drives...
get the cx 7 with the turbo engine, you will have fun.
#799 of 813 Re: Mazda CX7 fuel [zoom08]
Nov 08, 2010 (9:55 am)
Has your Mazda Cx-7 been as reliable over the last 50,000 miles as the Honda CRV ? Obviously the Mazda with 250 HP will blow the doors off the Honda, but how has the reliability been on both cars?
#800 of 813 Re: Mazda CX7 fuel [fonefixer]
Nov 08, 2010 (10:05 am)
I have 62,000 miles on my 2003 CX-7 GT. Only problem was the AC which blew out last spring and was covered by recall. I have NEVER used anything but 92-93 octane gas. My #1 complaint is that it has a wimpy AC system. Gas mileage = 21 due largely to the fact that 60% of my driving is hiway. It's been a great car.
#801 of 813 auto maintenence contract
Nov 30, 2010 (2:28 am)
Is an auto maintence contract $ 695.00, 4 yr /50.000mi worth it. It seems to cove ronly oil/ filter /tire rotation balance at 5000 mi schedule. One brake adjust . Atotal of services and multi point checks.
#802 of 813 Re: Price on 2010 GT AWD in NJ,NY, Conn area [billgun]
May 19, 2011 (5:25 pm)
I bought a 2008 GT AWD out the door with the standard options for 29,500.
includes tax, title and registration.
You should get a better deal because there is not a large demand for the car.
Gotta say I love my Zoom Zoom
#803 of 813 2011 CX7 iSport
Sep 15, 2011 (8:22 pm)
Just paid $20,900 with zero % financing and 4 year extended warranty for $700, plus they gave me high book for my 2005 Envoy XUV that I could not sell myself! I was totally happy with my experience at the Mazda dealer in Anchorage. If you send anyone to that dealer and they buy AND mention your name, Mazda pays you $250 minimum towards a one month car payment! In fact when I bought I used my friends name and her payment is only $199 but she got the $250 credit! I am so sold on the CX7 and this dealership that I will be back. I love my CX7
#804 of 813 Re: 2011 CX7 iSport [alaskacx7]
Sep 15, 2011 (8:25 pm)
...now I just need 48 friends to buy a new Mazda and mention my name and my CX7 is paid for!
#805 of 813 any recent pricing info on a 2011 CX-7?
Dec 02, 2011 (6:28 am)
Most dealers' prices are way below Truecar.com pricing that I am not sure what is really the lowest price on this vehicle. I'm looking at a 11 CX-7 iSport FWD with the convenience package and fog lights. MSRP 25745. My pricing has been around $21695. I'm in Chicago so hope someone can chime in. Thanks in advance.
#806 of 813 Re: Experience with truecar pricing? [kirama]
Dec 07, 2011 (1:24 pm)
STAY AWAY FROM THESE VEHICLES NOT WORTH THE PROBLEM. I HAVE THE VERY FIRST 2007 CX-7 MAZDA, HAVE HAD NOTHING BUT PROBLEMS, NOT ONLY DO I STILL HAVE A HIGH NOTE, BUT I HAD TO PAY OUT WITH NO LIES HERE OUT OF MINE AND HUSBAND POCKETS $7,567.40, THIS IS 3 DIFFERENT ISSUES AND WE HAVE HAD ALL THREE. THE ABOVE PRICE IS 1 TIMES WITHOUT GOING TO DEALER TO REPLACE ENGINE FOR $7500., WE HAD SOME THINGS FIXED FOR $3,100.00 NOTHING BUT A NIGHTNMARE BECAREFUL BECAUSE YOU WILL NEVER WAKE UP FROM THIS STAY AWAY FROM ALL MAZDA SURE WISH I DID I CANT EVEN GET RID OF THIS 2YEARS AGO HAD IT FROM 9/2007 UNTIL NOW PIECE OF CRAP OR SH_ _ CAR. DONT BUY.
#807 of 813 Re: Experience with truecar pricing? [lulusboutique]
Dec 08, 2011 (3:13 pm)
My math maybe out-dated, but you said in the previous years you paid 7567.4 for the repairs, which include 7500 for the first problem and 3100 for other issues? Why you need to replace the engine from your own pocket when it is still under the bump-to-bump coverage? If you were enrolled in some accident, well, I highly doubt it has anything to do with Mazda.