The Mazda website says 2019 CX-9 GT FWD is $40,840; that would be about $1,300 off. (It is not indicated to be a GT AWD? If so, that would still only be $3,140 off)That's pretty good $4k off MSRP. I checked my local inventory there aren't any Signature trim available anywhere yet. Hopefully the stock will show up in a month or two.
Considering the features you find important now on the 2019s, congrats on your great choice & new ride. The fact that you got any discount at all on the new release is a good deal. I'm taking delivery of my 2018 Silver Sig this wednesday, and I am very satisfied with the $39,412 offer we agreed to. As an "old schooler", the new bells & whistles on the 19s were not a priority; my wife and I will never sync our phones while we cruise in our Mazda with my hi-res walkman & 300GB library playing thru the Bose! I was glad to be in on the timing of discounting "last years" inventory.Actually MSRP was 42035 I thought it was a good deal considering they're hard to find any 19's
TBH, I didn't really notice much of a difference on the suspension. The car went from being sporty but compliant to still sporty but maybe a tiny bit more compliant. Its definitely not soft but its a good balance if you like to drive.For those of you who bought the 2019 CX9, please provide your feedback on the suspension changes and extra quietness of the vehicle. Have the changes that Mazda has done for 2019 improved the ride quality? Did you get a chance to compare the 2019 and 2018 model years? Appreciate any inputs.
I got the 1.9 but gave up a dismal 500 rebate here in LouisianaJust took delivery of a deep blue mica 2019 CX-9 Grand Touring yesterday. MSRP was $42430, discounted $3800, paid $38630. Also received top dollar for my trade. 1.9% is not available on the '19s...only on the '18s.
This is the only CX-9 I've driven, so I can't compare it to a 2018, but it drives beautifully and is a very nice vehicle. Thoroughly impressed. Better fit and finish than the Pathfinder Platinum I traded and my 2018 Acura TLX A-Spec.
Fairbanks Mazda in Longwood (Orlando), Florida sold me the car. They're a solid Mazda dealer.
I just got 1.9% for 63 months in MA.I got the 1.9 but gave up a dismal 500 rebate here in Louisiana
E-Plan is 4% under invoice. That would make the sale price $39,924.I just got my 19' GT for the following here in Ohio
1.9% for 63 Months
MSRP 43,935 (GT, Machine Gray)
Price - 38,677 - EPlan + Extra 1,000
E-Plan is 4% under invoice. That would make the sale price $39,924.
Care to share a snap shot of your buyers order?
These forums are informative and anything other causes would-be consumers harm.
I bought mine at E-Plan, and will gladly share if you like.
So interesting. After only 1 month on sale with few cars around Mazda raised finance rate to 2.9% for October. Kept $500 rebate same. Looks like fed raising rates isnt being ignored. My salesman said he expected this and urged me to close prior to month end. Glad I did!I just got 1.9% for 63 months in MA.
Gave up $500 rebate. My deal:19 GT AWD.
Invoice(as per Edmunds) $41688
Price:$41,500 including $500 loyalty.
$312 above invoice.
Dealer threw in $300 in accesories so all in paid invoice.
There were only 2 of the color I wanted allocated in the State & 3 within 150 miles currently so not much leverage.Car came off truck day I made deal Got mid KBB on trade. $800 above edmunds trade value. Could have likely done better out of State but wanted it done. Pic up tmrw. Will post thoughts once I get it.