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Thread: 2019 Mazda CX9 Pricing

  1. #16
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    I just got my 19' GT for the following here in Ohio

    1.9% for 63 Months
    MSRP 43,935 (GT, Machine Gray)
    Invoice 41,588
    Price - 38,677 - EPlan + Extra 1,000 negotiated down

    Dealer is also giving me a Remote Start and Hitch at Cost.

    They had to locate the car and brought it in from Detroit with 143 miles on it.

    I picked it up on Saturday and it is really amazing. I traded in my 2011 Ford Explorer and this thing is night and day from a fit and trim perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NB25 View Post
    I just got my 19' GT for the following here in Ohio

    1.9% for 63 Months
    MSRP 43,935 (GT, Machine Gray)
    Invoice 41,588
    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.
    Last edited by Aviboy97; 10-01-2018 at 09:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aviboy97 View Post
    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.

    My E-Plan price was 39,677. The extra grand was outside of that, to push the cost to 38,677. So the 4% for E-plan looks to be correct (~250.00). I just pushed for a little more and got it. Not sure where it came from, but I was able to negotiate it. I actually tried to get them to throw the hitch in for free as well, but they balked at that and we settled on them doing it at cost for me.

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    2019 CX-9 GT Machine Grey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ssteigss10 View Post
    I just got 1.9% for 63 months in MA.
    Gave up $500 rebate. My deal:19’ GT AWD.
    MSRP-$43935
    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.
    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!

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    2019 CX-9 Grand Touring

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    I'm shopping now and the best I'm seeing is $4,000 off MSRP. Actually a little better than that because they're throwing in tint and a couple of other dealer added 'options' that I've stated are of no value to me. I'm sure the price will come down more as time goes on but I'm ready to purchase.

    Edit: Purchased my 2019 GT Saturday. Car price was $4,000 off MSRP (negotiated that first without anything else) including tint and door clear film edge/door handle pocket guards that were on sticker as dealer add-ons for $1500 (cough, cough).

    After that was established dealer discounted a 7 year/100,000 mile/$100 deductible Mazda Extended Protection Plan down to $1,300. I also got what I thought was a very fair price on my trade.

    I sent a number of emails to numerous dealers in 2 states and got the $4,000 off list bottom line price from a few of them. That seems to be THE number in our area and it includes Mazda's current $1,000 customer rebate. I didn't qualify of any other discounts.
    Last edited by 19CX9; 10-09-2018 at 01:11 AM.

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    2019 CX9 GT Snow White Pearl Metallic Black Interior Front Wheel Drive

    $40,000.00 O-T-D

    Spreen Mazda Loma Linda Calif.

    Purchased yesterday.

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