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#3620 of 3688 2013 CX-9 AWD Touring
Dec 25, 2012 (2:35 am)
Just purchase a 2013 Mazda CX-9 Touring AWD with roof rails, all weather mats for $32,491+tax & license. I narrow my choices down between the CX-9 AWD Touring or a Highlander AWD SE, decided to go with the CX-9 because of several of reasons, the outside/inside of the CX-9 are a lot more high quality & luxurious than the Highlander SE, the ride feels much quieter and smoother for me than the Highlander. I'm happy so far I went with the CX-9, I be back with a update after 3k.
MSRP Price is $34,865
The price I paid is with a $500 cash rebate from dealer.
Also, I'm in the Seattle area. Hope this is helpful!
#3621 of 3688 Re: Mazda CX-9 Remote Dealer [novice_kp]
Dec 26, 2012 (12:11 pm)
I just negotiated a 2012 AWD GT for $6500 off;IN ATLANTA! It was for a buddy of mine back in Michigan. BUt when I went to drive it to the trucker for pick up the dash lights went out???? When the headlights areon the dash is off and vice versa;warranty already! doc
#3622 of 3688 Re: Mazda CX-9 Remote Dealer [dogdoc1997]
Dec 26, 2012 (12:18 pm)
When you turn on the headlights, the dash goes into "night mode", which is a dimmer backlight. There's a knob that controls the backlight intensity on the upper left side of the dash. Maybe you have yours all the way down. You can also push on the knob to turn night mode on and off.
#3623 of 3688 Best Time to Buy
Dec 28, 2012 (8:13 am)
Does anyone know if I am better off purchasing a 2012 CX-9 this week or waiting until January when Mazda may come out with additional incentives to make room for 2013s?
#3624 of 3688 Re: Best Time to Buy [steve439]
Dec 28, 2012 (11:52 am)
I don't think it really matters at this point. On a 40K+ CX9 you can get between 8-9K off. You most probably can get close to 7-7500K off of a 35K MSRP one. You might be able to get a little more off in Jan or Feb, but expect the inventory to start reducing.
#3625 of 3688 Bought 2012 GT on the last day of 2012 sale year
Jan 05, 2013 (10:42 am)
The calender date is Jan 2nd, 2013.
CX-9 GT with Bose/moon roof, Nav. Red/Sand color for $32,000. But I could not get 0% finance through Mazda. The dealer told me that I can not get cash incentive and 0% at the same time. It is probably not the best deal for a 2012 CX-9. But that all I can get in Utah. There are not many Mazda dealers here.
After we signed paper works, the dealer became much slower in processing our loan. I had to call them several times to push them. It is sad to have to go through this for a dear CX-9. I think Mazda could be destroyed by its custom service/dealership in USA though my last purchase experience with Scion was much worse. BERNARDI SCION in Framingham, MA forced us to take another car after we signed contract. Are there any honest, consistent dealership at all?
Wish I don't have to buy another car for a very very long time.
#3626 of 3688 Re: Bought 2012 GT on the last day of 2012 sale year [safesuv]
Jan 12, 2013 (5:29 pm)
About honest dealerships, I do not know whether this depends on the dealership or a particular salesperson, but when we were looking at 2012 CX-9 last January at Lunde Mazda (that's Fargo, North Dakota!), they let us special-order the configuration and color we wanted (Sport, Blue with sand cloth interior with factory installed backup camera) and the sales person did not even ask us for a deposit.
They are not the cheapest, sales or service, but they were treating us well, both for sale of new CX-9 and service or my 08 Mazda3. The whole purchase process was as comfortable as it could be: we had negotiated over e-mail and I wrote a check for the exact amount specified in the last e-mail. They did mention extended warranty while I was signing documents but did not mention it again when I said no to it. Now, if only the new Mazda6 offered cloth heated seats...
By the way, our previous dealership (Southern States Mazda in Durham, NC) were great in sales but only so-so in service, and the one before that (Open Road Mazda, NJ)... almost put me off Mazda for good.
So YMMV, I guess
#3627 of 3688 2013 CX9 grand Touring
Jan 17, 2013 (7:39 pm)
Looking at purchasing a new CX9 Grand Touring. Negotiated a sale price of 32,895 with remote start and nav, sunroof, etc. just no DVD. I am purchasing in Houston, TX. sounds like a deal. Any advice ???
#3628 of 3688 Re: 2013 CX9 grand Touring [deedee78]
Jan 17, 2013 (8:48 pm)
A 2013 w/Nav, remote start, sunroof for 32895,,,not AWD I pressume?
#3629 of 3688 2012 CX-9 AWD Touring New Jersey
Jan 18, 2013 (2:29 pm)
I have a price of $26, 432, including destination and plus fees and tax, for a 2012 AWD Touring with moonroof and tailgate lift in New Jersey. Is this a good price?