What did you pay for your CX-30?

Aces72Aces

2018 CX-5 & 2020 CX-30
Appreciate all the people chiming in with their deals.

I started researching prices back in Feb but didnt pull the trigger since there was no stock on Premium models of the color combo my wife wanted, then the crisis hit and we put off our purchase.

Just reconvened the quoting process and despite all the new Mazda promos (0% APR!) and incentives, the dealers we emailed really haven’t been budging much on prices from before the lockdown. They seemed to be ADDING fees and BS charges to negate the Mazda promos.

Any brave buyers during the scare to chime in on your experience and thoughts on whether waiting out this storm is the best play?
 
In Ohio you will get around $1,300 off a "premium", additional $1500 off for Mazda Loyalty, and 0% for 63 months with first three months deferred. I don't see getting any better than that, as the difference between invoice and MSRP is about $1,300. Also note that in Ohio at least, Mazda's MSRP includes the big destination fee of around $1,000.
 
I think now is a great time to buy a car. New car incentives combined with 0% loans are far better than buying expensive used cars with high loan rates.
 

Aces72Aces

2018 CX-5 & 2020 CX-30
My most recent quote in Chicago suburbs for a Premium AWD in Deep Blue Mica has been as follows:

Sale Price $28,250
Destination 1,100
Sub-Total 29,350

Doc fee 300
Sub-Total 29,650
Sales Tax $2,151
County Tax 15
License Registration 326

Total $32,142

Mazda Loyalty 1,500
APR Customer Cash 500

OTD $30,142
Awaiting responses from other dealers if they can beat this at the moment. Planning to go with 0% APR promo if we pull the trigger
 
You should be able to get a $1,300 discount, or $800 + $500 customer cash = $1,300 + 0% for 63 months and 3 months deferred. I purchased basically the same vehicle in RED (a bit more for RED) for that deal.
 
The Mazda loyalty apparently is separate from what you negotiate with the dealer. I understand you get that regardless ?
 

Aces72Aces

2018 CX-5 & 2020 CX-30
You should be able to get a $1,300 discount, or $800 + $500 customer cash = $1,300 + 0% for 63 months and 3 months deferred. I purchased basically the same vehicle in RED (a bit more for RED) for that deal.

How did your price compare with this quote?
 
I surfed the closest 4 dealers websites for the exact model and color I wanted, then did an online chat for 'best price' with each, then took the best offer of the 4 to my preferred/closest dealer and asked them to match it - which they did. Then told them I'd sign if they included the 'deep' floormats - which they did.
 
Hey! Another one from Central Florida here.

I got my Select CX-30 in Machine Grey Metallic from Sport Mazda South for about $26k after all the taxes and fees in the beginning of February.

I was about $3-4k in negative equity on my previous car. Instead of getting a lower price off the msrp, they ended up taking my old car for all that i had owed.
 
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2020 CX-5 Premium
Soul Red/Black Premium FWD. Got $1500 Mazda dealer incentive + $750 Mazda loyalty discount off sticker and the dealership paid the last lease payment of $459 on the '17 CX-5 we traded in. I felt the car was already a lot of vehicle for the money so I was happy.
 

Aces72Aces

2018 CX-5 & 2020 CX-30
Proud owner today of a Premium AWD CX-30 in Deep Crystal Blue Mica!

MSRP $30,700
Sale Price $27,097 (includes $1,500 Mazda Loyalty, $500 APR cash)
Doc Fee $300
Electronic Filing $25
7% Sales Tax $2,059.54
New Plates $301

OTD $29,782.54

0% APR for 60 months, first payment due in August and 1 free oil change.

After some terrible sales experiences in Chicagoland which included my family and I being cursed out of the dealership during negotiations in Schaumburg we ended up getting a sweet deal that we are proud of in Downers Grove <—- highly recommend!

Overall I contacted 9 dealerships, since late February when we began our search. Quotes were all very similar initially. Only until a few days ago did we see more dealers trying to be more aggressive in pricing.

Thanks to everyone who took the time to respond to this thread and I am happy to be officially a CX-30 Owner
 

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sm1ke

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Proud owner today of a Premium AWD CX-30 in Deep Crystal Blue Mica!

MSRP $30,700
Sale Price $27,097 (includes $1,500 Mazda Loyalty, $500 APR cash)
Doc Fee $300
Electronic Filing $25
7% Sales Tax $2,059.54
New Plates $301

OTD $29,782.54

0% APR for 60 months, first payment due in August and 1 free oil change.

After some terrible sales experiences in Chicagoland which included my family and I being cursed out of the dealership during negotiations in Schaumburg we ended up getting a sweet deal that we are proud of in Downers Grove <—- highly recommend!

Overall I contacted 9 dealerships, since late February when we began our search. Quotes were all very similar initially. Only until a few days ago did we see more dealers trying to be more aggressive in pricing.

Thanks to everyone who took the time to respond to this thread and I am happy to be officially a CX-30 Owner

Congrats on the new car! Looking forward to hearing about your experiences with it moving forward. (y)
 
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Soul Red AWD Preferred. $29,240 MSRP - with various rebates and dealer discount - $24,403 including DOC fee. I will take care of my own Oklahoma tax & registration (about $1,250).

I didn't end up buying the above car after all. I didn't really want the Soul Red as it was too much like the color of the Mazda3 (Copper Red) I've been driving for 14 years... They had an identical white car but didn't want to knock very much off of its price at all.

So I went to a different dealership and bought a Polymetal Gray Premium AWD model that stickered for $30,700 negotiated down to $25,836.00 - paying my own taxes & registration. I liked the gray color better than any other color the CX-30 comes in which is why I was willing to move up to the Premium model. I'm much more impressed with the car than I would have thought - much quieter and better riding than I expected. It feels like a much more expensive and heavier car than it is. Very nice.
 

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I finally saw a CX-30 driving around the city. It was a soul red, and I only caught a quick glance as I was driving in the opposite direction. The plastic cladding that drew a lot of negative criticism when the car was first released looks much better in person. I think I also would have opted for the polymetal gray over any other colour in the CX-30.
 

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I finally saw a CX-30 driving around the city. It was a soul red, and I only caught a quick glance as I was driving in the opposite direction. The plastic cladding that drew a lot of negative criticism when the car was first released looks much better in person. I think I also would have opted for the polymetal gray over any other colour in the CX-30.
I saw several here in Japan just yesterday! Looking forward to see more CX-30 Owners join up and post what sort of deal they got...It appears the CX-30 is shaping up to be a big seller for Mazda. (y)