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#2179 of 3688 Re: 2009 CX-9 GT w/Bose&Moonroof option [newbe1]
Nov 24, 2009 (11:30 am)
if it is a 2009, it is among the last in the country. i would target $8-9k under MSRP (=$27-28500) but be willing to be flexible if you really like the car. you may have to secure your own financing to get such a good deal (or buy in cash if you are so inclined). if you already own/lease a Mazda in your household, you may get another $500-1000 off as a loyalty rebate. if it is a demo/loaner model (look at the mileage), ask for an even deeper discount.
wait for other opinions too....i bought my 2009 in July so the market may have softened/changed.
#2180 of 3688 Re: 2010 CX-9 Grand Touring, Nav, Powerliftgate, DVD [tastycakes55]
Nov 24, 2009 (3:56 pm)
I've been calling around. They all seem to end up at about 35900-36700. Trying to take into consideration all the various permutations and number manipulations. I'm making sure their numbers do not take any Loyalty incentives or cash in lieu of financing special, etc... We want DVD, but can't do that with factory moonroof so going aftermarket but dealer installed. I personally like to lease but am trying to negotiate down the sales price first.
#2181 of 3688 2010 CX9 Touring FWD
Nov 25, 2009 (5:55 am)
The best quote I have received so far for a 2010 Touring FWD equipped with Bose/Moonroof and Powerliftgate is $31,219 (includes destination of 750)
Edmunds MSRP is 34,177 and INV is 31,500, TMV is 32,590
So basically they's quoting 270 below invoice. I think there is room to go lower, at least by another 600 - 700. What do you guys think ? With the holiday weekend approaching and dealerships needing to salvage a slow November, I think now is as good a time as any to drive a hard bargain.
I'm thinking of going in at 30,500 which is about 11 % below MSRP and prepared to walk away from the deal if they turn me away.
#2182 of 3688 Re: 2010 CX9 Touring FWD [buyer101]
Nov 25, 2009 (7:16 am)
Based on what I have seen in this forum and based on my own situation, you should be able to get 11% off MSRP, and get 1.99% financing (assuming you’re looking to get financing). Another way to look at it, you should be able to get $1,000 below the invoice. These numbers exclude tax, DMV, and a “state fee” (the state fee amount varies by state…at least in the New York tri-state area). Any other fees that a dealer may want to charge you is their way to get you… Good luck.
#2183 of 3688 2009 INCENTIVES?
Nov 25, 2009 (8:39 am)
I bought my wife's 09 CX-9 a little over a month ago and got about $8K off. I like it so much, I'm considering buying myself one. I know the incentives have changed, but I can't believe that all but $1500 is gone. Does anybody know if there's any factory-to-dealer money Edmunds isn't capturing?
Nov 25, 2009 (11:25 am)
My advice is to negotiate the out the door price... Figure out your taxes, and about 200 or whatever for DMV and use that (look up the cost on your state's DMV site for registering a new car). Otherwise they'll just agree to whatever price you want and add in their additional fees to make the profit they want..
"Sure I'll sell it for 30k -- oh by the way, there will be a $1000 conveyance fee and $200 more for DMV documentation prepartion.. Sorry, that's not negotiable sir"
Gives em no leeway for bs.
#2185 of 3688 Re: 2009 INCENTIVES? [vinnyny]
Nov 25, 2009 (8:40 pm)
Edmunds doesn't show the 4500 factory to dealer incentive, but it is still available. I just bought by 09 CX9 last week and took advantage of this. From my understanding this is supposed to be for cash or outside financing, but the dealer offered financing at 3.9 upon arrival.
#2186 of 3688 Re: 2009 INCENTIVES? [gpalm44]
Nov 26, 2009 (12:44 pm)
Hello folks - Newbie here.trying to learn the tricks of the trade.
gpalm44 - you mentioned about the $4500 factory to dealer incentive - does this come off the MSRP or the invoice price? And is tht only true for 2009 models ?
Anyone is the Seattle done a recent new cx-9 purchase here? Plz share ur experiernce here.
#2187 of 3688 Re: 2009 INCENTIVES? [yebo]
Nov 26, 2009 (3:11 pm)
I'm in the same boat/location. Most of the prices I'm seeing locally are listing far higher than what people are reporting paying for '09's.
Is it better to try to close this month, or wait until after Christmas?
#2188 of 3688 Re: 2009 INCENTIVES? [sqlmonkey]
Nov 26, 2009 (4:13 pm)
BTW, are you in US or Canada? I dont knw if there is TOO much regional variation, at least hvn't noticed that till now. M thinking its better to close this month (or may be Friday itself) ... at least i can make some creative offers . For 2009, it would be better to close the deal earlier than later coz they seem to be disappearing pretty fast.
Good luck and lets keep each other posted.