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Now that the 2017 Mazda6 is finally on the dealer lots in good numbers, and we have a couple of 2017 owners among us, i thought it is time to start a new thread for deals and prices paid for the 2017 model.

Although i have no intentions to trade my 2016 GT for a 2017 model,i made an email inquiry with a couple of mazda dealers here in MD ( suburban Washington DC ). I was quoted $32100 OTD for a GT and $34299 OTD for a GT with Premium package and premium color.
 

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Interested in this thread as well as I am looking at the GT. Been shopping for used and new 2016's but now planning on getting the 2017, although I hate to miss out on that $1500 customer cash on the 2016's. Looks like your quote was something around $30,190 before tax and tags, correct?
 

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Interested in this thread as well as I am looking at the GT. Been shopping for used and new 2016's but now planning on getting the 2017, although I hate to miss out on that $1500 customer cash on the 2016's. Looks like your quote was something around $30,190 before tax and tags, correct?
It is $29050 for the GT before dealer fees,tax and title. And $31650 for GT with premium package before TTL.
 

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Thanks. Good pricing. Invoice less holdback is around $29511 by my calculation. Did they factor in $500 Loyalty cash since you are a current Mazda owner?
Around here, most dealer admin fees run $599. Makes me want to drive down to Don Mealey's in Orlando to buy!
 

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The price is without loyalty discount. The dealer admin fees is $300 in Maryland.
 

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I love these sorts of posts... I appreciate you putting this one up, MilR. I know one thing, my next won't come from Jenkin's Mazda in Ocala, getting my '14 Touring for a good price seems to be a one time fluke. They wanted to trade me into a '16 Sport with ATX starting at $30k before dealer fee without anything but floor mats before incentives, and their 6 incentives were only $1k instead of $1.5k that Mazda's been advertising on the '16s.

Would corporate even care they were pulling that with the incentives?
 

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I love these sorts of posts... I appreciate you putting this one up, MilR. I know one thing, my next won't come from Jenkin's Mazda in Ocala, getting my '14 Touring for a good price seems to be a one time fluke. They wanted to trade me into a '16 Sport with ATX starting at $30k before dealer fee without anything but floor mats before incentives, and their 6 incentives were only $1k instead of $1.5k that Mazda's been advertising on the '16s.

Would corporate even care they were pulling that with the incentives?
$30k for a Sport ? Yikes ! How on earth did they even arrive at that number ? :surprise: They are clearing 2016 GT in my area for <$28k OTD. To be honest, i dont see 2017 models sell any better than 2016. With such minor changes, there is little incentive to choose a 2017 if you already own a gen 3 Mazda.
 

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I have no idea how they came to that number, they claim they sell a high volume but I saw a lot of '16s still on their lot and no '17s yet. They were trying to get me to trade when I was in for service, but then wanted me to downgrade from a Touring, which I might have considered if the price was right and it was '16 Touring with Tech package or a GT. On the Sport, there were no dealer options installed, so there was no reason for them to have it priced at $30k. I think they thought I'd just be a sucker and go for it.

With my '14, I was making them investigate an intermittent vibration issue that started recently in the front end(been trying to eliminate other possibilities like tires and alignment, but it feels like something else, I just can't pinpoint it myself), all they could come up with was that it was all caused by a bent rim... which I had my tires balanced only a week prior and it wasn't bent then, so I'm kinda suspicious there and really trust my tire guy more than them at this point(he was a stealership mechanic for years before opening his own shop, he says not to trust them especially after working for them).
 

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My 2017 Touring Manual (soul red) had an MSRP of $25,455. My purchase price was $23,852, including a $500 military rebate. So really, only $1103 under MSRP.

I probably could have done better, but I was in a weaker bargaining position as the dealer had to locate this car for me.
 

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I paid 21,650 for my 17 Sport trim auto, about 2 months ago. I read a lot where people say the mazda6 is noisy and rough, they must have fixed it all in the 17 models, it one of the quietest smoothest cars I've been in, must be the G vectoring ?
 

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Congrats on your new purchase ! I did read somewhere that Mazda has added some extra sound deadening to reduce the road and wind noise. I really wish they could get rid of those awful Dunlops that are the biggest noise contributors in the touring and GT trims.
 

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I think I was one of the first in the Midwest back on 9/12. Typical Touring Premium setup except for the Sand interior (so there was only one within 500 miles) was MSRP of $29,130. Took forever to get the last $185 agreed to, but was $26,815 plus fees and taxes.
 

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I got my 2017 Touring w/ Sound&Sunroof package for $2700 off MSRP and 0% financing for 60 months. That included a $750 incentive specifically for VW Diesel owners.

EDIT - this was around the middle of January in the Midwest region.
 

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$30k for a Sport ? Yikes ! How on earth did they even arrive at that number ? :surprise: They are clearing 2016 GT in my area for <$28k OTD. To be honest, i dont see 2017 models sell any better than 2016. With such minor changes, there is little incentive to choose a 2017 if you already own a gen 3 Mazda.
I love these sorts of posts... I appreciate you putting this one up, MilR. I know one thing, my next won't come from Jenkin's Mazda in Ocala, getting my '14 Touring for a good price seems to be a one time fluke. They wanted to trade me into a '16 Sport with ATX starting at $30k before dealer fee without anything but floor mats before incentives, and their 6 incentives were only $1k instead of $1.5k that Mazda's been advertising on the '16s.

Would corporate even care they were pulling that with the incentives?
Looks like someone wanted to screw you over big-time. That's Grand Touring country.
 

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Leased my '17 Touring 6A with the Preferred Package and S'n'oof Package for $300/mo w $2000 down. 3/36. End of lease buyout is just over 15 grand. I probably could have done better but I'm totally sick of this process and wanted an END. It works for me, nice car.
 

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Leased my '17 Touring 6A with the Preferred Package and S'n'oof Package for $300/mo w $2000 down. 3/36. End of lease buyout is just over 15 grand. I probably could have done better but I'm totally sick of this process and wanted an END. It works for me, nice car.
That gets you a $300 difference if I just did the math right. With all the options I wanted on my Touring pushed it were it made more sense to just get the GT.

What color did you get?
 
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