2021 CX9 GT
Buster1, I think I got a good deal, but not a great deal.... I would love, for once, to say I got a great deal. The dealer sent me a photo of the sales doc via text, but it still had the wheel locks at $65. I didn't need or want wheel locks. And besides why do wheel locks cost $65 for 4 nuts? Anyway, my dislike for wheel locks? I had a flat tire on our Audi and somehow the key wasn't in the car so I couldn't change the tire ... had to get it towed. I was pissed. So the dealer agreed to replace them. We also plan to increase our down payment so we don't have final numbers yet. Monday we'll settle everything. Then after that I'll be confident in what I post to this forum.Sounds like a good plan @Poppy D. You may have yourself a good deal there. If it was me, I’d have them email me a copy of the sales sheet. This should breakout all the feels, tax, your sales price (including discounts you’ve negotiated), trade-in, etc. This way to can look it over and avoid surprises on the day you go in to finalize everything.
I will also agree that my infotainment system (10.25” screen) is impressive, and fast. I’ve had zero issues with it, and finding a car with a solid infotainment system and a high def screen was paramount in my new car search. The CX-9 has that! It’s a quality system (though I’ve found it won’t remember which POIs I have set on or off after shutdown).
I agree with your assessment of the Infotainment system, the graphics are crisp and high resolution. And fast, I think some members have stated that the pre 21's were lower res and slower. Seems like Mazda solved that. It is reassuring to hear that you've no issues with it. I wish you continued good luck with your CX9.