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Mazda CX-5, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
May 05, 2013 (7:59 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 122 Re: Sandy victim looking for a second car, CX-5 [v_a_t_n]
May 08, 2013 (12:02 pm)
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 122 Re: Sandy victim looking for a second car, CX-5 [v_a_t_n]
May 09, 2013 (7:47 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 122 Re: Sandy victim looking for a second car, CX-5 [v_a_t_n]
May 10, 2013 (8:30 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 122 how do you find the invoice price?
May 10, 2013 (11:01 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 122 Re: how do you find the invoice price? [nikinmd]
May 10, 2013 (11:40 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 122 Re: how do you find the invoice price? [mggm1220]
May 10, 2013 (11:56 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 122 Re: how do you find the invoice price? [nikinmd]
May 11, 2013 (4:15 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.
#121 of 122 2014 CX-5 GT Tech AWD
May 17, 2013 (1:02 am)
Paid $29,280 + taxes and fees in the SF Bay area for my 2014 CX-5 GT Tech AWD.
I think it is a good price !
#122 of 122 Re: 2014 CX-5 GT Tech AWD [barasingha]
May 18, 2013 (11:08 pm)
Hi Charles, what dealership in the SF Bay area did you purchase your CX-5