If you go to the Mazda website regarding the S-plan, you will see it is not on the list of eligible vehicles. You can still get S-plan / invoice pricing at the dealers discretion though (if you ensure there is competition for your business)So who want to give an S plan PIN out to a future CX-5 owner Worth a shot at least.
Thanks, I tried and multiple dealers tried to play dumb when asking about S plan pricing. I got more than my trade was worth to me so it was existentially like getting money off IMO.If you go to the Mazda website regarding the S-plan, you will see it is not on the list of eligible vehicles. You can still get S-plan / invoice pricing at the dealers discretion though (if you ensure there is competition for your business)
With S-plan or X-plan, you are supposed to have proof of your membership which qualifies you for the plan also.
I've never leased a car before but the main thing to get the best price in anything is to have several businesses compete for your money. I got my CX-5 sport manual at invoice and got my LA fitness membership for $300 for the first year, 156 every year after just by using leverage and being willing to walk away.Tried to buy a CX-5 today but the dealer was dumping all over me. 349/month 39 month lease on a Sport w/manual and no money down. Their "compromise" was 325/month 48 months with 500 down.
Pretty bad deal, so I walked out. Another dealer was willing to offer me 300/month with 0 down a month before. But they sold their manual. Even that deal is not great, but it's reasonable for a vehicle currently selling at MSRP.
I think some Mazda dealers are being pretty bold because of supply. So far I haven't visited a dealer with more than 6 on the lot, and most have 2 or 3.