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    Quote Originally Posted by theplayer11 View Post
    why not shop that offer?
    I did. I got prices from 7 dealers, ran my offer by them & nobody else would match it.

    2019 Grand Touring Reserve (Replacement clone for my totaled 2019 GTR)

    $35,915 MSRP
    - $3165 Dealer Discount
    - $ 500 Customer Cash
    - $ 750 Owner Loyalty
    +$ 1890 Tax
    +$ 300 Doc, Reg, Plate
    $33,690 OTD

    Local dealer has it in stock & every day I drive the rental is costing me money.
    Last edited by meow_man; 10-09-2019 at 03:49 PM. Reason: added pricing

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow_man View Post
    I did. I got prices from 7 dealers, ran my offer by them & nobody else would match it.

    2019 Grand Touring Reserve (Replacement clone for my totaled 2019 GTR)

    $35,915 MSRP
    - $3165 Dealer Discount
    - $ 500 Customer Cash
    - $ 750 Owner Loyalty
    +$ 1890 Tax
    +$ 300 Doc, Reg, Plate
    $33,690 OTD

    Local dealer has it in stock & every day I drive the rental is costing me money.
    Sweet deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow_man View Post
    I did. I got prices from 7 dealers, ran my offer by them & nobody else would match it.

    2019 Grand Touring Reserve (Replacement clone for my totaled 2019 GTR)

    $35,915 MSRP
    - $3165 Dealer Discount
    - $ 500 Customer Cash
    - $ 750 Owner Loyalty
    +$ 1890 Tax
    +$ 300 Doc, Reg, Plate
    $33,690 OTD

    Local dealer has it in stock & every day I drive the rental is costing me money.
    Great deal. Local, too!
    Insurance isn't covering the rental?

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    Not bad getting the loyalty cash, especially if your new Mazda was your first Mazda!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadonoz View Post
    Great deal. Local, too!
    Insurance isn't covering the rental?
    Insurance covered the rental for a month & because I had a CX-5 they paid for an comparable SUV rental. They paid for rental until 10 days beyond date I was given settlement numbers. It just took almost 2 weeks for them to pay off balance on totaled vehicle until I received my check for the balance.
    Once I had to start paying for rental myself I switched to cheaper small car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chocolate View Post
    Not bad getting the loyalty cash, especially if your new Mazda was your first Mazda!
    I got loyalty cash because I'm replacing totaled CX-5. When I bought the first CX-5 I got loyalty cash on that one too because my son has a Mazda 3 & resides at our address while he's in college. It's transferable within same household.

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    I am currently talking to a number of dealers in Colorado, and so far this is the best pricing I*ve gotten. Still looking for more, but here is where I am at:

    2019 Grand Touring Reserve (prefer Deep Crystal ext./Parchment int.)

    $ 36,450 Given MSRP ($35,915 + $535)
    - $ 2,970 Dealer Discount
    +$ 699 Dealer Fee
    +$ 2,845 Tax
    +$ 27 Gov Fees
    - $ 1,500 Mfg Rebate

    $ 35, 593 OTD

    It looks like meow_man got a great deal. I am not eligible for the loyalty cash, and my local taxes are about $1,000 higher, so I don't feel like I am far off considering those two adjustments. I also need to get clarification on the inflated MSRP cited by the dealer - the model I am looking for doesn't need any extras, and I want a standard paint color.

    Has anyone had luck getting both the 0.9% special APR and a discount comparable to the $1,500 rebate (on top of the initial dealer discount)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblelightly2 View Post
    I am currently talking to a number of dealers in Colorado, and so far this is the best pricing I*ve gotten. Still looking for more, but here is where I am at:

    2019 Grand Touring Reserve (prefer Deep Crystal ext./Parchment int.)

    $ 36,450 Given MSRP ($35,915 + $535)
    - $ 2,970 Dealer Discount
    +$ 699 Dealer Fee
    +$ 2,845 Tax
    +$ 27 Gov Fees
    - $ 1,500 Mfg Rebate

    $ 35, 593 OTD

    It looks like meow_man got a great deal. I am not eligible for the loyalty cash, and my local taxes are about $1,000 higher, so I don't feel like I am far off considering those two adjustments. I also need to get clarification on the inflated MSRP cited by the dealer - the model I am looking for doesn't need any extras, and I want a standard paint color.

    Has anyone had luck getting both the 0.9% special APR and a discount comparable to the $1,500 rebate (on top of the initial dealer discount)?
    I just got a touring last week here in CO, I spent 2 weeks emailing dealers. Not sure where you are at but I suggest trying to work with Groove and Courtesy, they were the 2 most open to working towards the deal I needed, I ended up purchasing from Groove.

    I ended up getting 7% off MSRP (pretax), including all dealer fees, with the special financing instead of the cash offer. After spending 2 weeka grinding emails I dont think I could have done any better realistically.

    You should shoot for at least the same % off if not a little better with the higher trim. I'd tell them to give you the same deal as above minus the $699 dealer fee and you'll sign. That would be a touch better than 8% off with special financing rate to go with it.
    Last edited by Passafire; 10-17-2019 at 03:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblelightly2 View Post
    I am currently talking to a number of dealers in Colorado, and so far this is the best pricing I*ve gotten. Still looking for more, but here is where I am at:

    2019 Grand Touring Reserve (prefer Deep Crystal ext./Parchment int.)

    $ 36,450 Given MSRP ($35,915 + $535)
    - $ 2,970 Dealer Discount
    +$ 699 Dealer Fee
    +$ 2,845 Tax
    +$ 27 Gov Fees
    - $ 1,500 Mfg Rebate

    $ 35, 593 OTD

    It looks like meow_man got a great deal. I am not eligible for the loyalty cash, and my local taxes are about $1,000 higher, so I don't feel like I am far off considering those two adjustments. I also need to get clarification on the inflated MSRP cited by the dealer - the model I am looking for doesn't need any extras, and I want a standard paint color.

    Has anyone had luck getting both the 0.9% special APR and a discount comparable to the $1,500 rebate (on top of the initial dealer discount)?
    One of the 2 local dealers by me has a dealer add on sticker with a bunch of worthless crap they put on everything as soon as it hits the lot. Could be similar situation. I got mine from the dealer without the add on nonsense. I got silver so there was no paint up-charge on mine. The MSRP was $35915.
    Looks like the Mfg. Rebate varies quite a bit. Colorado is $1500 across all trims. I'm in Pennsylvania & lower trims are $1000 & GTR/Signature are $500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Passafire View Post
    I just got a touring last week here in CO, I spent 2 weeks emailing dealers. Not sure where you are at but I suggest trying to work with Groove and Courtesy, they were the 2 most open to working towards the deal I needed, I ended up purchasing from Groove.

    I ended up getting 7% off MSRP (pretax), including all dealer fees, with the special financing instead of the cash offer. After spending 2 weeka grinding emails I dont think I could have done any better realistically.

    You should shoot for at least the same % off if not a little better with the higher trim. I'd tell them to give you the same deal as above minus the $699 dealer fee and you'll sign. That would be a touch better than 8% off with special financing rate to go with it.
    Thanks! I appreciate the local perspective. I could see myself going with Groove as well. So far they have been straightforward, but I need to nail down pricing with them. Did they try to sell you on a clear body/windshield sealant?

    7-8% off pretax without the manufacturer rebate sounds like a good goal. I am there right now if the rebate is included, but the 0.9% financing would be really nice.

    I think I still have room to negotiate, but it is helpful to hear a similar buyer's experience and get a sanity check before I proceed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meow_man View Post
    One of the 2 local dealers by me has a dealer add on sticker with a bunch of worthless crap they put on everything as soon as it hits the lot. Could be similar situation. I got mine from the dealer without the add on nonsense. I got silver so there was no paint up-charge on mine. The MSRP was $35915.
    Looks like the Mfg. Rebate varies quite a bit. Colorado is $1500 across all trims. I'm in Pennsylvania & lower trims are $1000 & GTR/Signature are $500.
    Yeah, I don't need any add ons - it is nice that the GTR should come without the need of any upgrades. I understand a difference if I get a model with premium paint, but that isn't the case here.

    I was glad to hear that the $1,500 rebate is also available for the GTR here. I think that was a recent change. The higher rebate makes me question if the financing is worth it, especially if I pay off the car early (obviously considering if interest is pre-calculated and if there are any pre-payment penalties.

    meow, did the dealer lead off with the $3,000+ dealer discount, or was that after more negotiations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblelightly2 View Post
    Did they try to sell you on a clear body/windshield sealant?
    They did not push any extras on me except for the financing dept usual push for a maitenance plan with 3 or 4 tiers to buy into. I delined and wasn't hassled too much past that. I live 1.5hrs from Groove so a mait plan even if it was "worth it" (it wasn't) it wasn't going to be in the cards for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblelightly2 View Post
    meow, did the dealer lead off with the $3,000+ dealer discount, or was that after more negotiations.
    They started around $2700 and were trying to tie $500 of it to conventional bank financing because they get a kick back. I knew the CX-5 had been sitting there since summer. I*d been watching it within a day of my first GTR being rear ended & totaled. I told them I was paying cash & they continued to push $500 of the price being tied to financing. I left & emailed my offer a few days later after I got other prices.
    I bought my first GTR there, they had it in stock, & they*re one of 2 local dealers. They accepted my offer the same day I submitted it. I figured what have I got to lose.
    Last edited by meow_man; 10-18-2019 at 08:53 AM.

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    Does anybody know a dealer in Socal that they bought before and send their info over to me. Would like to get a deal going soon.

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    looking at first Mazda, and best offer to date on a new CX-5 GTR is

    MSRP: $36,175
    Dealer Disc: ($2,500)
    Rebate: ($1,500)
    Tax, T, Lic, Docs: $2,405
    Drive away: $34,580

    Shopping across approx 10 dealers spanning 500 miles. Based on what I see here. its a fair price, but I still plan to push more as we approach the end of the month to see who's the most aggressive.

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