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#3161 of 3688 2010 CX9 GT AWD.
Jan 02, 2011 (12:42 pm)
Just wanted post a price I got for a 2010 CX9 GT AWD w/BoseMoonroof/Nav/Powerlift/Roof racks on 12/24/10.
MSRP - 39565
Dealer Price - 31950 with 500 loyalty, 250 special Mazda holiday cash email I received, No 0 percent financing.
I was happy with price and their dealer fee was 599 plus TTL (not included in dealer price) but wouldn't give me a value even close to blue book. My trade is good to excellent with below average miles. I walked. My advice is to try and sell your vehicle if it is in great condition with all maintenance/repair receipts. Will give you more cash to make the deal. Wanted to try and make a buy and wasn't looking to get total blue book value. We were 700 apart in our final numbers which was OTD price. 27000 vs 27700.
#3162 of 3688 Re: ANYONE HAVE A LINK TO THE $3000 CX-9 INCENTIVE [hortmi]
Jan 02, 2011 (3:48 pm)
Interesting. Just moved from ATL to Tallahassee and not sure that the dealer here is as aggressive to sell. Couple of question if that's ok:
Does $515/mos. include taxes? Was that a hard negotiation? Can you share your residual? Basically trying to get a similar deal here. Thanks!
Jan 04, 2011 (6:27 am)
Wow chipachip, you did great! I just got a 2011 blue GT (MR/Nav/PG) for $500 under invoice and I was pretty stoked to get that price. MSRP was 39.9, invoice was 36.6 and I got 36.1 before handling and taxes. My first new car buying experience and before I read this site I was having no fun at all, the sales folks were pointing me to the sticker price to negotiate and I just did not want to spend that much. Then I read this site and looked at the true car report and the sticker price never came up again. Thanks everyone. Car is for my wife and she is one happy camper. That blue GT with the clear markers and the silver accents is beautiful + the wicked nice interior, if I didnít know better I would think this was a 50K car and it is a lot of fun to drive. I think we all did pretty good.
#3164 of 3688 Re: 2011 GT [sammytorch]
Jan 04, 2011 (3:46 pm)
Excellent choice and great price! Best of Luck!
#3165 of 3688 2010 GT 28,900
Jan 07, 2011 (6:53 am)
No extra packages as I am doing aftermarket nav/sirius.
Montgomery Mazda, Charlotte, NC
Pretty lame that they don't include the retractable cargo cover on this.
Took my trade, 12,175 OTD
Used the $3000 to not finance and pay cash.
Jan 08, 2011 (5:12 pm)
I test drove a 2010 GT Cx-9 today, MSRP of 39.5k, they were asking about 34k. I told them I wasn't going to buy today no matter what, but just sat down briefly to discuss financing. They told me that the 34k price did not include 0 percent financing and that if I wanted 0 percent financing the price would go up 3k. Is this correct?
#3169 of 3688 Re: 2010 cx-9 [matt1104]
Jan 08, 2011 (6:55 pm)
Take a look at my post (3161). I was trying to work a cash deal on a 2010 GT AWD with the same MSRP. Here are your two options for January as I understand them for a 2010 CX9 purchase:
0/60 financing plus 750 cash or
3000 off if you bring your own financing or cash deal.
I would think that you could get the CX9 you're looking at for around 33000 if you choose the 0/60 including the 750 cash back towards that target price. 34000 is still a little high for a year old 2010 model in my opion and from my dealings in the last two months. If you are serious on getting this, make them an offer at 32000 and try to work towards 33000.
If you are a current Mazda owner you would also qualify for the 500 loyalty which would bring to 32500.
#3170 of 3688 Re: 2010 cx-9 [lukes6]
Jan 08, 2011 (7:03 pm)
In NJ I got an offer from a dealer for a 2010 GT w/nav/Bose for $28,020.