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Mazda MAZDASPEED MAZDA6, Car Buying, Sedan
#39 of 88 Re: Too Good to pass up [aviboy97]
Dec 05, 2006 (8:43 am)
I tried pricing these after a recent purchase and the savings were pretty significant compared to what the dealer offered me: 30%+. However, after some thought I decided to skip it entirely because I already sampled a couple of years of that vehicle's reliability!
Furthermore, if you buy a policy for $1k now or for $1.2k in 4 years that is about the same price if one discounts it back to present value. Many consumers forget that when you buy a warranty for new car you get almost no benefit until the regular warranty runs out! Is it wise to give interest free loans to major corporations?
#40 of 88 2006 MazdaSpeed 6 Deals??
Dec 19, 2006 (7:14 pm)
Just did a look under total cost of ownership here on Edmunds and they predict $7K depreciation in the first year. To me this means an 06 on the lot isn't truly a deal unless they cut 7K off. The dealers around me have about 9 06 models on the lot and were offering 4.5K off sticker. Does anyone know any particulars on the liquidation of 06 models?
#41 of 88 Re: 2006 MazdaSpeed 6 Deals?? [bmw123456]
Dec 19, 2006 (7:59 pm)
There is $4,000 rebate (2.5K off and another 1.5K off if you finance through Mazda credit) until Jan 2nd, 2007.
#42 of 88 Mazda 6 s, 2006 model, is this a good price ??
Dec 20, 2006 (8:11 pm)
I talked to a dealer today about a 2006 Mazda 6 s Automatic Sedan brand new car. Car is a 6 cylinder model. They are willing to sell for 18,300. I want to try and get the rear wing spoiler added to the car extra for free. Do you think I have room to negotiate iwth this offer. I was thinking about offering 17,500 and ask them to include the spoiler with that price. I think they want to get these 06's off the lot. What do you think? Thanks!
Also, does anyone know if there is much difference between the sedan model adding a rear wing spoiler VS the 2006 sport model. Does the sport model just have a different grill on the front or are the sides different of the car??? Just wondering. thanks
#43 of 88 Rebates and incentives on Speed 6 ?
Jan 03, 2007 (11:53 am)
Anyone know for sure what the current, as of 1/3/07 rebates and incentives are in Arizona for a 2006 and a 2007 Speed 6 ?
#44 of 88 $17,500 for 2006 6s Auto-good price?
Jan 17, 2007 (12:55 pm)
I have a final offer of $17,500 (roughly $7,000 off the sticker) for a 2006 6s. This is a auto in silver with grey cloth interior, also with no options. Price is including destination, but no taxes and fees. It is including the $1,000 MAC Cash. I think I could push them for another $500-what are your thoughts?
#45 of 88 Re: $17,500 for 2006 6s Auto-good price? [saabski]
Jan 17, 2007 (1:05 pm)
I think this is a forum for Mazdaspeed 6. The regular Mazda 6 is not the same.
Maybe there is a regualar Mazda 6 sedan prices paid board where you could get info on it.
#47 of 88 MazdaSpeed Inventory
Jan 17, 2007 (6:35 pm)
Visited my Mazda Dealer yesterday for a 5000 mile checkup & oil change (switched to synthetic oil). Previous visit they had 4-5 2006 MS6s on the lot; now they are all gone and only one 2007 MS6 is in stock. It appeared that the list price on that new MS6 had gone up- $31K+ with leather, sunroof, etc. I noticed that the listed EPA mileage on the MS6 is 19 city, 25 highway; 25 mpg is the worst mileage I have experienced in these 5000 miles. In fact, when I filled the tank yesterday it computed to 26.5 mpg. I've got a CEL issue; the car runs great but the dealership says that they need to order a part which helps regulate air flow to correct the CEL.
#48 of 88 Re: what is CEL ? [waygrabow]
Jan 18, 2007 (12:17 am)
IWJW WTH is CEL?