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#3338 of 3688 2011 CX9 AWD Touring
Aug 21, 2011 (2:31 pm)
Thanks to all previous posters for helping me in my recent purchaseof a 2011 CX9 AWD Touring. After lots of research I closed on the following:
Vehicle price: $31,200, w/ moon/Bose, powerlift gate + $200 doc fee + TTL. Although I live in NC, I had to go to Maryland to get an AWD. No dealers in either NC or SC had a Touring AWD and I didn't want to pay extra for GT trims thaht were available.
I searched for along time and knew what the price points were. Most dealers in NC were going to change me around $33,000 to get comparable vehicle. Since I was going to DC for business anyway, I checked up that way and after dickering with lots of dealers (most of whom wanted around $33K with a low value on my trade in (2010 Mazda 3 Sport) I found one who was a dream. Three email offers, two phone calls for trade in details. was all it took. I showed up at dealership and there were no games at all. Same price as we agreed on for CX9 and for my sight unseen trade in. Very happy.
#3339 of 3688 New CX-9 Touring AWD
Aug 25, 2011 (9:38 am)
Hi, Here is mine report.
2011 CX 9 touring AWD.
Moonroof/Bose Pkg, 6CDW/Display Audio Pkg, Power Lift Pkg.
All-weather floor mats, Roof Rack, Remote Starter,Wheel locks.
Price $32300 before TTL. Massachusetts.
#3340 of 3688 New 2011 CX-9 after discharged from Bankruptcy
Aug 25, 2011 (6:16 pm)
We've been discharged from Ch 7 Bankruptcy about 2 yrs ago and are now ready to purchase a new car after some an improvement in my credit score and saving over $5k for down pmt. Anybody been in a similar situation? Just wanted to know how you were treated by the dealership, was it difficult, what kind of deals/rate did you receive for your new purchase and any other advice. Thanks so much! Going to wait for December to hopefully get the best deal for the 2011 CX-9.
#3341 of 3688 CX9 Sport with hail damage quote
Aug 27, 2011 (1:26 pm)
2011 CX9 Sport, Power driver seat, mats.
The hail damage is 4 small dents that I can live with. Offered to me $24990 before I countered. A/C wasn't working that well though. That scared me from pulling the trigger. Any help on this? What kind of discount does hail damage represent? The MSRP was $30k for this vehicle.
Yes its hot where I live, but a brand new car should cool down after 10 minutes of driving.
Sure could use some feedback...thanks.
#3342 of 3688 Re: 2011 CX9 AWD Touring [tarheel2015]
Aug 28, 2011 (12:20 pm)
Did the $31200 price include all fees and taxes (not sure it is the case based on your post)? Did you pay the price in full or did you do financing or leasing? Also, would you be able to share dealership name? We are looking at the exact same car. thanks!
#3343 of 3688 Re: 2011 CX9 AWD Touring [rana4]
Aug 28, 2011 (1:02 pm)
The MSRP is $30,400 give or take a few dollars. Lic, taxes, etc are all extra. They have 0% for 60 months....I could pay cash but why would I? If I don't buy it, I'll let you know Tuesday morning who the dealer is.
Same thing at a near=by dealer for just under $26k. but no hail damage.
#3344 of 3688 Re: New CX-9 Touring AWD [bhw77]
Aug 29, 2011 (5:05 am)
may I ask what dealership?
#3345 of 3688 Re: New CX-9 Touring AWD [mommy2taylor]
Aug 29, 2011 (5:12 am)
not yet....I'm having it for the day today....I will tell you as soon as I make up my mind one way or the other.
#3346 of 3688 2011 CX-9 AWD GT Loaded $35,800 plus TTL
Aug 29, 2011 (10:02 am)
I just took home a 2011 White Pearl Mica CX-9 AWD with NAV/Bose/Sirius, Power Lift Gate, Remote Start, All Season Mats, Roof Rails, and Wheel Locks.
MSRP was $40, 600 including destination
Final Price was $35,800 before TTL so $4800 off MSRP and 0% for 60 months with no payments for 90 days.
I traded a 6 month old 2011 Subaru Outback which was too small for my growing family. I got $28,000 for it although it took me threatening to leave 3 times and listening to them tell me how it was only worth $26,000.
The interest free loan really sealed the deal for me. It essentially made up for the depreciation on my trade. My wife and I tried the same dealership back in February and they only offered $2,000 off MSRP with 2.9% for 60 months.
I think we did OK. The Outback was almost a rental. BTW, this is in eastern Massachuestts.
#3347 of 3688 Re: New CX-9 Touring AWD [mommy2taylor]
Aug 29, 2011 (11:38 am)
It was at Eldorado Mazda in McKinney, TX. They were looking into the A/C which wasn't working as well as it should have and they were going to call when they were done with it. In the meantime, they sold it to someone else who either didn't care that the A/C wasn't working well on a $30k vehicle or they didn't tell them. Either way, not good business ethics in my opinion.
It is like saying I'll take you on a date but change my mind when something better comes along.
I will not buy from them that is for sure.