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Mazda CX-9, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
#2845 of 3688 2010 GT from Ira Mazda, Danvers, MA
Aug 17, 2010 (10:28 am)
2010 CX9 GT AWD with Nav, Bose/moonroof, power rear hatch, roof rack, cargo mat, wheel locks:
Sale price 36000 plus 299 admin fee so basically 36300.
transfered plates and registry fees added $100 more.
12 year old trade in SUV with issues covered tax.
Added "platinum" Fidelity 7yr/100,000 mile/$100 deductible extended warranty for $2072 "employee price".
Rolled it all into 0%/60 month loan.
Efficient low pressure dealer. Free first oil change. Might have worked on them to cut the dealer admin fee but was happy to get rid of the old car before anything else broke and move on that day. I had communicated via email and had the basic price established before arriving. Prices quoted by several other local dealers were in the same ballpark. Should be able to get these 2010 CX9s for about 10% off MSRP with 0% financing/60 months these days.
#2846 of 3688 2010 awd gt w/ Bose package
Aug 18, 2010 (2:59 am)
msrp 37,500-ish. Getting internet quote of 34,000 w/ the 0% apr incentive. Is this in line with the good deals out there?
#2848 of 3688 Good price?? 2010 Touring FWD, no additional options
Aug 19, 2010 (10:45 am)
I have an offer from a dealer for an OTD price (including all taxes and fees) of $29,836 for a 2010 CX-9 Touring FWD with no additional options other than what comes standard (for example, leather seats are standard). This price includes the 0% financing offer. Can I do better, or should I take this offer?
Aug 21, 2010 (11:51 am)
We are getting a Touring AWD, with splash guards and all weather floormats. We have been quoted $30,600. We didnt feel the need for all the extra stuff as they come with all we really need.Does this price seem ok?
#2850 of 3688 Re: Good price?? 2010 Touring FWD, no additional options [carbuyin]
Aug 21, 2010 (11:53 am)
Based on the price for my AWD, I think you could get down at least $500 from there. I would offer that.
#2851 of 3688 Re: Good price?? 2010 Touring FWD, no additional options [evenripe]
Aug 22, 2010 (4:45 am)
Was your price OTD, or not including Taxes, Tags, Fees, etc...?
#2852 of 3688 Reason for below invoice pricing?
Aug 22, 2010 (7:22 am)
It seems most of the deals being posted are below invoice...what is allowing dealers to go below invoince on the CX9 right now? Is their dealer cashback available to them?
#2853 of 3688 Below invoice
Aug 22, 2010 (10:18 am)
If you don't take the 0% and have a Mazda already., you cage easily get 1500 below invoice. 500 loyalty and 1000 cash back.
I don't own a Mazda and want the 0%
I'm in ca., so far the best I've gotten is 800 below invoice and am waiting for a better offer from another dealer; prob 1000 below inv
I'm getting a blue/black awd GT rear ent and nav packages.,
After sales and DMV that's abt 650/mo
#2854 of 3688 Good price?
Aug 22, 2010 (1:53 pm)
Looking at a 2010 Touring AWD (w/ Moonroof/Bose/Liftgate - btw odd that i cant get a liftgate without getting moonroof+bose?!) for $31,427 + taxes + dest + fees. Sound like a good deal?