Thats a pretty decent price. If you like it buy it, you certainly wouldnt be overpaying.Have been in the market for a CX-5 for a while and think that I'm finally about to pull the trigger. Certified used '19 CX-5 GT in Soul Red (non-PP and sub 10k miles) for $25,500. Seems like a solid deal considering the best price I've been able to get on a new '20 CX-5 GT is around $30,000. Is this a decent deal? I'm having trouble getting them to budge on price and since it's pre-owned, I feel like it's tough to find a comparable vehicle for leverage. I wonder if this virus is causing less people to buy and they'll be a little more desperate at the end of the month.....
I was trading in a 2016 Jeep Renegade and got the dealer to raise the trade 1k in value. I ended up handing a check for 14k plus my trade in, which was exactly where I wanted to be. (couldn't wait to dump the Renegade as it was just a terrible highway CUV)Thanks for the input! Follow up question, how did you haggle it down? I feel like I have no leverage because with new cares you can shopt, but with the CPOs it just kind of varies. Did you just offer like 25k and say take it or leave it? Thanks!
I'm a little late to this party.The VIN will only show Model: CX5. It does not break down the trim.
So the dealer won't be honest, they didn't clean the car, and after only 5,000 miles it's that dirty inside???They are being super shifty about telling me, which makes me really annoyed. Since the inside was so dirty, I feel like they're trying to hide something, which is making me really lean towards the 2020.