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    Where to find the best prices on OEM Mazda accessories?

    I just purchased a '19 CX-9 and need to buy a rear cargo mat and a couple of other accessories that I want and didn't come with the car. For most other cars I've owned there are certain dealers that offer significant online discounts for OEM parts. Can anyone point me to the best online sources?

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    The on line dealers often charge excessive amounts for shipping & handling. Check this closely when you look for prices. Also check the Mazda dealerships who sell through eBay and Amazon. While the price may be a bit higher, the shipping may be included at no extra charge or a reasonable charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PTguy View Post
    The on line dealers often charge excessive amounts for shipping & handling. Check this closely when you look for prices. Also check the Mazda dealerships who sell through eBay and Amazon. While the price may be a bit higher, the shipping may be included at no extra charge or a reasonable charge.
    Thanks, I understand what you're saying. I thought that asking here might help me shortcut the process of finding a good place to buy.

    With my current Acura I found that one of the dealers who sell parts at very reasonable prices happened to be local to me. If I call and get their internet price I can go in and buy at that price and pick-up so no freight. You never know what sort of deals you're going to find.

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    I have been able to locate two good possibilities and another one to check.

    The first is MazdaSwag.com which is a local dealer in Peoria, IL. Their prices appear to be the best that I can come up with and a significant discount to dealer list. Shipping is very reasonable. The reviews for this site are spotty but from the reviews they appear to come through in the end (it may take a little prodding if there's a hitch).

    The second is a dealer local to me. They sell selected Mazda parts and accessories online through eBay. The prices are not as good as MazdaSwag.com but are still reasonable. I'm going to call them and find out if I can get their eBay pricing as a walk-in customer. Unfortunately their selection is not that large but they do have most of the accessories that I'll need right away.

    I'm also going to be at the dealer where I purchased my CX-9 next Monday. I'll take the MazdaSwag.com printout with me and ask them about matching prices. If they will, they would be my first choice.
    Last edited by 19CX9; 10-09-2018 at 09:25 AM.

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    I always cross shop between mazdaswag and prioritymazda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phxzoom View Post
    I always cross shop between mazdaswag and prioritymazda.
    Thank you for the Priority Mazda tip.

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