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#3441 of 3688 Re: Loaded 2011 Mazda CX9 Touring AWD in Mid-Atlantic Area [karthi525]
Dec 22, 2011 (5:26 am)
TTT refers to the OutTheDoorPrice - PriceOfCar. Tax,Tag and Dealer fee.
For a 34500 car TTT would be like, Tax = 2129,Tag=450(for a new tag otherwise 200 approx), Dealer Fee=795. Once you enter into the finance dpt expect about $200 for something called a stamp fee(i guess). Do not subscribe to any package they offer(GAP insurance,Extended Warrenty, blah blah ).
I haven't confirmed but thats the impression I got speaking with dealers about 2011. A 2K less. Look, I could'nt find a 2012 Touring with tech pack under 30K (0%APR) but I was offered 28K for the same car of 2011 model.
Yes, sure its a nice SUV. But one thing you might want to know in advance; the Boss is not something you would be boasting about your CX9.
#3443 of 3688 FWD 2011 Touring - Central Texas
Dec 29, 2011 (11:29 pm)
After negotiations, we came to an agreed $31,000 OTD on a new 2011 CX9 FWD Touring with the Tech Package. However, they sprang a surprise at the very end that the car was actually demo car with 4000+ miles on it already. The dealership went on the "still new car" angle, only driven by dealership sales people for markerting purposes. Did not appreciate that!!!
My final offer for $29,500 OTD was rejected and I walked out.
Any thoughts about demo cars? Is 4000+ miles still considered a "new car"?? It is almost like a certified used car at this point IMHO.....
#3444 of 3688 AWD 2011 Touring - Seattle WA
Dec 30, 2011 (5:36 am)
Pulled the trigger on 2012 AWD touring w/ power lift, moon roof, bose, rails & remote start with Walkers Mazda (Renton), got it for under 34K + TTL took the 0% and the 90 days. The internet manager is willing to deal and took good care of us only thing worth mentioning when negotiating make sure to tell him to have the rails installed. Zoom Zoom Zoom..
#3445 of 3688 Re: FWD 2011 Touring - Central Texas [pugdune]
Dec 31, 2011 (7:38 pm)
If you figure that the car depreciates 60% from MSRP over the first 48 years/ 48k miles, then my math says that first $4k of miles cost you 1/12th * 60% of the original MSRP or 5% of the MSRP/OTD price (pick your poison).
I would have asked them for another $1500 of discount.
Alternatively, find out what a lease company charges for overages on a 36-48 month lease ($.30?) and demand that as a discount ($1200).
#3446 of 3688 2011 AWD touring CX-9 tri-state area
Jan 01, 2012 (5:12 pm)
picked up for $30K + TTL, good price?
#3447 of 3688 Re: 2011 AWD touring CX-9 tri-state area [cx9_zoom]
Jan 01, 2012 (7:11 pm)
Above is with Bose/power lift gate.
#3448 of 3688 Re: 2011 AWD touring CX-9 tri-state area [cx9_zoom]
Jan 03, 2012 (3:41 am)
What dealer in tri-state? Did you get thw 0% as well on this 2011?
Thanks in advance.
#3449 of 3688 2012 CX9 touring near Boston- loaded
Jan 04, 2012 (11:37 am)
Just purchased a 2012 Touring with Bose/moon roof + power liftgate + remote start + roof rail, wheel lock, cargo net ... The final price was just under $33K + tax+ registration (125) + Doc fee (399). Also got the 0%/60 months financing. This was the lowest offer through internet price quotes near boston area. We were also looking at GT model, but the 20" wheels were too bumpy and may not be good for northeast snow. Thanks to all the comments on this forum...helped a lot to make the final decision. Did I get a good deal?
#3450 of 3688 Re: 2011 AWD touring CX-9 tri-state area [cx9_zoom]
Jan 04, 2012 (2:45 pm)
$30K looks good. A month ago I got a 2011 CX-9 Touring in NY Metro area for $30,500 +TTT.