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post #11 of 2721 (permalink) Old 02-25-2005, 10:17 AM
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What is the deal with the $500 grad discount?
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post #12 of 2721 (permalink) Old 03-11-2005, 11:16 PM
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05 3S
Ti grey
SAB.ABS
Sport
Auto(for girlfriend )
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10 dealers in 3 days = $400 under invoice no ad fees any other questions please ask.

$18,555 aprox

location-> MO

Great car she is loving it, and it is growing on me>!

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Here's my deal:

Mazda3 s 5D Strato Blue
AT
ABS/SAB/SAC
Leather
Xenon/TPMS
$100 of extras I didn't really want, but don't mind

$20,755 MSRP, $19,438 invoice, $20,700 OTD
Silver Spring, MD

Paid invoice plus $99 "processing," which was probably not legit. It was a much better deal than anything else I was offered (just 4 dealers--I had some time constraints). I didn't really want leather or xenon pkg. at first, but now that I have them on the cheap I love them both. I paid a quarter more than I would have for the Corolla I looked at, and I'm twice as happy.

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post #14 of 2721 (permalink) Old 03-30-2005, 10:04 PM
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I would appeciate any feedback on the price I got for my spanking new 2005 Mazda 3 s, hatchback, automatic, ABS/SAB, cargot net.
After much much research and many internet quotes, I got it for $17,700, plus tax, with no additional dealer fee (except destination and $45 document fee).
What do you think?
Oh and I'm in Northern California if that helps.
Thanks!
PS: I love my new car! ;-)
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post #15 of 2721 (permalink) Old 04-01-2005, 10:22 AM
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I just bought a 2005 Sunlight Silver Mazda 3s with manual transmission, leather, sport package, moonroof/6 CD, and ABS/SAC/SAB.

With S-Plan(debatable due to me having to show them the actual S-Plan pricing), it was $18,418(OTD $20,005).

I think this is a pretty fair deal, but just wanted to see some opinions.

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post #16 of 2721 (permalink) Old 04-01-2005, 10:50 AM
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I would appeciate any feedback on the price I got for my spanking new 2005 Mazda 3 s, hatchback, automatic, ABS/SAB, cargot net.
After much much research and many internet quotes, I got it for $17,700, plus tax, with no additional dealer fee (except destination and $45 document fee).
What do you think?
Oh and I'm in Northern California if that helps.
Thanks!
PS: I love my new car! ;-)
I would think that is a pretty good deal since you got ATX. What color?
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It's Titanium gray. Love, love it!!

It looks like you got a pretty good price as well.
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post #18 of 2721 (permalink) Old 04-10-2005, 01:59 AM
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18K Out the Door...no game no bs

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wrote them a 18,000 check on the spot.


good deal???

and this is not including the $500 grad rebate....so in reality its 17.5K


What u guys think?

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Originally Posted by "gabeon"
I just bought a 2005 Sunlight Silver Mazda 3s with manual transmission, leather, sport package, moonroof/6 CD, and ABS/SAC/SAB.

With S-Plan(debatable due to me having to show them the actual S-Plan pricing), it was $18,418(OTD $20,005).

I think this is a pretty fair deal, but just wanted to see some opinions.

Thanks.
Seem like a pretty fair deal considering all the option u got. i personally don't feel the option are worth that much. But if u enjoy it then is a pretty good deal.

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Here is the deal that I have nogotiated. Please let me know if you believe this is a good deal as I intend on buying it on Sat. the 16th.

'05 Mazda3s, Velocity Red - $15,530
Moonroof and 6cd pack - $765
ABS/SAB/SAC pack - $688
Sport pack - $421
Destination - $560
TOTAL BEFORE FEES - $17,964
Less Gerber Rebate - $500
Less Grad Rebate - $500
TOTAL AFTER REBATES - $16,964
Additional assesment fee - $300
Tax, Title and License - $1,394 (I think they may be including a prep fee here)
GRAND TOTAL - $18,568 (that is out the door price)

Seems like a good deal from what I have seen, but what do you all think. I am a little skectchy about paying the "assesement fee" and the document prep fees, but some people say they are legit so...
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