- State of Jefferson
- 2017 CX-5 GT AWD+
Oh I just didnt have a chance to test-drive the new 2019 Mazda CX-5 GT-R. So I checked out the one with White ext/Black int from one dealership and White ext/Parchment int from another dealership. Both dealerships couldnt offer my target price of $34K OTD so I walked out. Both are calling me at this time as Im replying to this post..hahawhy are you going to dealerships? Email 15-20 and play lowest bid against each other. I doubt you will get $34k. Not sure what the doc and titles fees are, but $35k is a pretty good price..close to 10% off MSRP..right?
How are you financing?MSRP is $34115
Sale Price is $31,713
Doc Fees 456
Price OOD : $33,302 cash payment
Do you think asking $30,000 is too low ball offer? This is my first SUV purchase and any help is appreciated.
Yes, $31,500 before Tax, Title and Doc Fee. Also, my paint is extra $200 MSRP.Thanks for your reply . I'm going with cash purchase since i don't have any incentive offered on financing. So you purchased GT with Premium in NJ for $31500 before tax and doc fee? I don't have any family owning Mazda so i'm not eligible for that discount
I think you've got room to negotiate.I'm getting $1500 if i make purchase through cash and no incentive if go with 0.9% financing option . Some dealers have 0.9% financing option but i loose $1500 customer cash offer if i go in that route.
So, I don't know how you can get out of this particular situation but start emailing dealers in surrounding and extended areas and see what prices you get.I told one of dealer i got $30k deal from another dealer though i only got $33k and he is asking me show the offer email ( Literally got sense he thought i'm bluffing). Did anyone in this situation ? How did you handle to come out of this ? Do you share other dealers deal with the dealer? Thanks!
I wouldn't make fake offer when I negotiate. If you target $30K OTD price for 2019 GT w/PP and assuming your tax rate is 8.3% and doc fee is $456, the sale price should be $27,280 (INCLUDING delivery fee of $1045). That's over 20% discount. You may find the deal with 2018 GT (if they ever have it in stock), but I believe that it is unrealistic number for 2019 model. The price is different from one region to another. But, the dealerships where you live should know what's average price of other dealership's offer. You don't have to provide the proof of the number but it should be something that you can work with. For your reference, I paid $29,500 GT w/ PP (took $1000 cash back, OTD to be around $32,000) in Maryland (this April).I told one of dealer i got $30k deal from another dealer though i only got $33k and he is asking me show the offer email ( Literally got sense he thought i'm bluffing). Did anyone in this situation ? How did you handle to come out of this ? Do you share other dealers deal with the dealer? Thanks!
way too high..I paid $33,099 for a gray Reserve without any rebates.I got an offer from a "dealer" today. They offer all brands of cars and are not the local Mazda dealer.
I'd asked for a Gray GT-R (no options) but he said he could only find a Silver GT-R with a roof rack ($320 option).
He wants $35,473 for it but that is NOT the out the door price.
Oregon has a 0.5% Dealer Privilege tax, which he wants me to pay (i.e. he will not absorb it into his profit).
The 4 year title + registration fee is $456 (but ... I checked with ORegon DMV and that includes $150 in profit for him doing the registration).
So, out the door is $36,106.
After that I asked about my trade-in which he looked at earlier this week. It is a 2010 Subaru Forester with only 59,000 miles (but a 6"x6" scrape on the rear bumper). He will give me $7,500 off for my trade in.
I told him I'd think about it...