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#3396 of 3688 2012 CX-9 Touring AWD with Bose/moonroof/liftgate pricing & 0% incentive
Nov 07, 2011 (9:59 pm)
Been shopping around for a CX-9 Touring AWD with Bose/moonroof/power liftgate, most likely a 2012 due to what I've found in the area, and am seeing quotes around $32.5K including title/tags/doc/destination but before tax at the low end (MSRP is $36,362.00). This is in IL, and seems like a decent price compared to some other dealer quotes that were a bit higher and didn't answer all my questions, etc.
I've seen a few lists showing Mazda holdback to be anywhere between 1-2%, but does anyone know what % is most accurate, just to get an idea for a fair offer?
One thing all dealers mentioned, is that if I wanted to use Mazda's current 0% up to 60 month financing on the 2012, I have to add anywhere from $1,000 to $1,500 to the cash price quote depending on the dealer. I'm guessing this might have to do with the factory to dealer incentive of $1,000 (?), but it seems like an odd thing to add for using the financing incentive. Has anyone else been told this to use the 0%? They said it would also apply for the 2011 model.
Anyway, if the invoice price for this car with options is $32,750 according to Edmunds, and subtracting the $1,000 factory to dealer incentive and possibly $727 (2%?) or so in holdback, the quote I received of around $32.5K including all fees and before taxes seems fair for both sides - any opinions on whether negotiating further would be unreasonable? Thanks for any info or opinions. Not sure if I should wait until the holidays and see if incentives are increased or there might be some better deals for the 2012 CX-9.
#3397 of 3688 Re: 2012 CX-9 Touring AWD with Bose/moonroof/liftgate pricing & 0% incentive [pj2011]
Nov 08, 2011 (5:40 am)
Yes, I have heard same thing. Getting quotes for 30,800 plus TTT on 2011 touring AWD with Bose, powerlifting package.
Seems if you want the 0% you must tack on about $2,000.
I think that is ridiculous. I'm in the process of shopping around for my own rate. If I can get close to that 0% on my own it would be better getting the lower price on the vehicle.
Side note. The guy quoted around $33,000 for the 2012 GT fully loaded OTD if I remember correctly is getting an excellent deal from what I've read and heard. I am looking for just as awesome a deal on one less snazzy. Didn't like the Nav on this car so could care less to pay $2,000 for it. Good luck.
#3398 of 3688 Mazda incentive is $2000 rebate, OR 0% financing for 60 months plus $500
Nov 09, 2011 (11:58 am)
Just bought a 2011 Touring AWD with options giving a MSRP of 36,800. The Mazda incentive is $2000 rebate, OR 0% financing for 60 months plus $500 rebate. Thus, if you choose the free financing, there is $1500 less in rebate money to apply to reduce the purchase price. I paid $32,400 with the 0%, and would have gotten the vehicle for $30,900 if I had paid cash or used alternative financing. Push hard on the 2011s; you will get them for at least $2000 less than the 2012s.
#3399 of 3688 Re: 2012 CX-9 Touring AWD with Bose/moonroof/liftgate pricing & 0% incentive [pj2011]
Nov 09, 2011 (12:04 pm)
pj2011. If you are in northern IL, try Liberty Mazda in Libertyville. They were the lowest of the 5-6 dealers I worked with on the internet (although I bought in Wisconsin as it turns out).
Nov 09, 2011 (12:06 pm)
Just wanting to share our trade-up on 10/28 with you guys.
Quoted $35488 cash or $36488 with 1.9% for a 2012 GT with moonroof/Bose, liftgate, navigation and roof rack, MSRP $40150, before $500 loyalty cash. Traded in our 2008 CX9 Touring for $21000. So, $35988 + fees and registration less $21000 OTD. This was not the best deal I've seen here but seemed to be reasonable for a 2012.
Didn't want the navigation; however, couldn't find any GT locally without it, a $1600 crap. Like the HID very much. The new Bose audio is boomy and lack of clarity compared to the old 2008. Had to drop 3 steps down in bass to make it acceptable; otherwise, gave us headache.
Too bad the promotion rate dropped to 0% starting this month 4 days after we picked up our new CX9.
#3401 of 3688 2011 CX-9 GT
Nov 09, 2011 (5:51 pm)
Looking to buy a 2011 CX-9 this weekend. Got a quote for a 2011 Grand Touring with no options for $28500+TTL. Does that sounds like a good deal? MSRP is $33940
#3402 of 3688 Re: Cx9 Touring +bose/liftgate [norton56]
Nov 09, 2011 (6:04 pm)
If I may ask. Where did you get this deal? I am looking for same vehicle at that price. Dealer name, city and state.
This is a 2011 AWD Touring with leather, Bose, moonroof and powerlift?
The 31,500 OTD did not include 0% financing, correct?
Thank you for your help.
#3403 of 3688 Re: 2011 CX-9 GT [bolido]
Nov 09, 2011 (6:17 pm)
What standard options are included on GT for that price? Is that price offered with 0% finance special?
Sounds like an excellent price to me. I've been researching the hell out of the Touring with bose, moonroof, powerlift and the standard price seems to be $30,500 + TTT. The added options would be about $4,000 more for the GT. These are prices without finance incentive. Therefore I say you have a good deal. I've only seen the base sport come in at a price like that, but I'm no expert.
#3404 of 3688 Re: 2011 GT AWD w/ Bose/Moonroof, Power Liftgate, RV Camera [9kfever]
Nov 09, 2011 (6:48 pm)
For GT that sounds good. I'm getting quotes $32,000 +TTT on a Touring. MSRP is $36,112 on the vehicle though and 0% finance special as well. Most GT msrp were $39,000 to over $40,000 in my area.
#3405 of 3688 Re: 2011 CX-9 GT [vscwarrior]
Nov 09, 2011 (11:16 pm)
Its a base GT with no extra options. $28500 includes the $2K incentive which cannot be combined with the 0% APR. If you want 0% APR you need to add $1500 to the price (0% includes $500 bonus cash). On avg a 2011 is close to $2000 less than a 2012 because of the current incentives.