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Mazda CX-5, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
#111 of 161 2013 Mazda CX5 Grand Touring AWD Price
May 03, 2013 (6:45 am)
Hi, just purchased the above model CX 5 in Zeal Red, Tan interior, on Monday for $27,300, MSRP was $29,830, this is fully loaded model except navigation, also included wheel locks, cargo cover, all weather mats. Purchased in NY where the doc fees are capped at $75, sales tax and DMV. I think I got a good price...but not sure...they told me I got over $1,000 under dealer invoice...
Love the car, very happy with it.
#112 of 161 Mazda's Strange Incentives
May 05, 2013 (7:01 am)
I really do not understand Mazda's incentive structure. Mazda offers a small $500 incentive for current customers but nothing for other potential buyers. It would seem Mazda would be better served to at least treat new customers the same as customers they already have. Personally, I have not purchased a Mazda for this very reason. I will not pay more simply because of my past buying history.
May 05, 2013 (6:59 pm)
Please tell me if this sounds like a good deal at all
CX-5 touring AWD auto with just first payment tax and tag down $340/month for 36 months,15k miles/year?
#114 of 161 Re: Sandy victim looking for a second car, CX-5 [v_a_t_n]
May 08, 2013 (11:02 am)
I hate Crystal Auto Mall in Greenbrook, NJ. They are smarmy sales people and not trustworthy management.
This is the quote I got for being a AAA/Costco/BJ's member:
2014, GT, tech, silver, AWD, Trailer hitch, roof racks OTD $33,627, really???
Why are they even in business? Who is paying these people to stay in business?
They claimed that the membership discount is only $150 off so I might go back to the buying programs to complain about them.
Stop buying from hopeless companies and maybe they will go out of business. I believe I saw that they have BBB complaints and other negative reports.
Too bad they are the closest to me as the number 1 dealer is 28 mi away (not good for servicing right?)
#115 of 161 Re: Sandy victim looking for a second car, CX-5 [v_a_t_n]
May 09, 2013 (6:47 am)
At this time, Mazda has virtually no incentives on the CX-5. Ford, on the other hand, has great incentives and financing on the Escape. Recently bought one in the DC area and got a price under invoice plus an additional reduction of $2,000 incentives and 1.9 percent financing. That blew every deal from local Mazda dealers away.
Anyone considering a CX-5 at this time might benefit from at least checking our the Escape.
#116 of 161 Re: Sandy victim looking for a second car, CX-5 [v_a_t_n]
May 10, 2013 (7:30 am)
What was the total msrp they quoted you before all the taxes and fees? Also, what fees did they throw into the price to get you to the $33, 627 OTD price? Thanks.
#117 of 161 how do you find the invoice price?
May 10, 2013 (10:01 am)
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I've tried trolling through previous posts and am wondering how to find the invoice price, or if there's a good rule of thumb for % below the MSRP to aim for? After having a hard time finding the CR-V EX-L AWD Nav equipped as I want it, I'm realizing that the 2014 CX-5 Grand AWD w/ Nav may be easier to find and a better deal to boot...but am trying to figure out what price range(s) are realistic to aim for. I'm in Montgomery County, MD, in DC suburbs.
#118 of 161 Re: how do you find the invoice price? [nikinmd]
May 10, 2013 (10:40 am)
I am also looking for the 2014 Mazda CX-5 AWD with technology package. I am trying to get an OTD price between $31,000-$31,300.
#119 of 161 Re: how do you find the invoice price? [mggm1220]
May 10, 2013 (10:56 am)
I was quoted $30,700 plus tax, tags, and procesing fee, plus $60 for the mat for CX-5 AWD w/ tech in red. taxes are about $1931, tags $312, processing fee is $394, for a total of $33,397.
#120 of 161 Re: how do you find the invoice price? [nikinmd]
May 11, 2013 (3:15 am)
For the 2014 Mazda CX-5 AWD with Technology (Exterior: Blue) I was quoted an OTD price of approximately $32, 500. Is that a good price? I do like the Mazda CX-5 but was also contemplating the Ford Escape? Hyundai Santa Fe? Nissan Rogue? Any opinions from current owners would be appreciated. Thanks.