10% off msrp is good discount.On a 2021 CX-5 Sport (no upgrades), in Florida, I am being offered 10% off MSRP. And I don't qualify for any incentives like their loyalty program, just the 0.9% financing.
Unfortunately you can't dictate or negotiate what the doc fee will be. In many states it can be much closer to $500. It is what it is and one of the hardest things, if not impossible, to get the dealer to remove or negotiate. What you need to do in most cases is negotiate your price knowing that they are going to add that.Doc fees should be $300 don't pay more.
I wouldn't. I would consider that a variable promotion depending which option you choose. Even on the Mazda web site that's lumped in with the other "Special Offers" which vary depending on your eligibility or promotion choice. Therefore I'd say after.In my area, Mazda is offering either 0.9% special financing or $1,000 off without the special financing. Would you consider that $1,000 to be part of the 10% or after it?
In my area, Mazda is offering either 0.9% special financing or $1,000 off without the special financing. Would you consider that $1,000 to be part of the 10% or after it?
Almost the exact same offer for me this week...2020 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring Reserve
MSRP - $36,435
Selling price - $30,700 (not including taxes or fees)