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2016 Touring manual, $21,076 & 4.15% @ 60 months Mazda/Chase loan - trade & TTL
 

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Was this cash price and could you please give me the contact to the dealer? I'm looking to buy a 2016 sport auto. Thanks.
It was Elk Grove Mazda. Sales person was Rachel Smolich. I think I bought the only isport manual they had. Paid a little under half the out the door price, financed the rest. They made me use their financing...was going to use my credit union but when I looked at their price with their financing vs the price without it made more sense to use theirs. Even though my credit union had a lower interest rate, using their financing was still cheaper due to the lower out the door price. Loan term is for 48 months.
 

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I just picked up a CPO 2016 Grand Touring in Deep Crystal Blue; 14k miles. Got it at $24,700 (OTD 26.8k) which I felt was a pretty good deal!

The finance guy did sneak an after market alarm in as part of the OTD price ("Sign here to get the alarm activated". I'm a fool. The end)....a friendly reminder to anyone thinking about buying soon, do not sign anything without fully understanding what it is even after price negotiations are completed.

In any case, it feels great to be a part of the Mazda family and learn more from other owners on this forum.
 

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I just picked up a CPO 2016 Grand Touring in Deep Crystal Blue; 14k miles. Got it at $24,700 (OTD 26.8k) which I felt was a pretty good deal!

The finance guy did sneak an after market alarm in as part of the OTD price ("Sign here to get the alarm activated". I'm a fool. The end)....a friendly reminder to anyone thinking about buying soon, do not sign anything without fully understanding what it is even after price negotiations are completed.

In any case, it feels great to be a part of the Mazda family and learn more from other owners on this forum.
I know it's a little late, but welcome. Your car looks sweet. I purchased the exact same one for my wife, and she loves it. I'm actually jealous. I have a 2016 Touring, and I must say I wish I had the front end of the GT
 

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I know it's a little late, but welcome. Your car looks sweet. I purchased the exact same one for my wife, and she loves it. I'm actually jealous. I have a 2016 Touring, and I must say I wish I had the front end of the GT
Thanks! The touring is still great. After poking around this forum, people have taken all trim level to places I didn't know existed ha
 

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CPO 2016 Mazda6 Grand Touring
Meteor Gray Mica
3700 miles
Listed at $24,999 but ended up getting it for $25,500 OTD
 

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I paid 10k for my 6i and that was 7 years ago with 79k miles on it from a dealership. Now it's got 242k miles on it and is only worth about 3k according to KBB. Usual maintenance has been done and a transmission at 140k. Great value.
 

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I just got it 2 weeks ago 2016 Mazda 6 touring manuel white pearl with 36k miles on it for 16,200 and was certified and my friend threw in free Navi and weatherproof door matts and trunk matt. This was a Internet special priced at 17,700 but paid 17,200 OTD. Friend is the Car sales manager so got a great deal and the free stuff:grin2:
 

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Could use a bit of help here. Going to buy a 17' M6 soul red, AT touring with tech package and rear spoiler on sunday. What have people payed for this Vehicle?? This forum has just about died.
Unless a car is in huge demand you should be able to buy just about any vehicle for about $5,000 below MSRP on the sticker.
This is not including taxes, title and reg fees......it's not "Out the Door" but the cash price of the vehicle. Add about 10% to the price you negotiate and that about covers taxes title, registration fees and all.

If you're buying a new last years model you should be able to negotiate more off the MSRP.
The Challenger SXT PLUS in my avatar was a NEW 2016 I bought this past April.
MSRP on the sticker was $30,080.......I paid $23,000 for it.
 

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Unless a car is in huge demand you should be able to buy just about any vehicle for about $5,000 below MSRP on the sticker.
This is not including taxes, title and reg fees......it's not "Out the Door" but the cash price of the vehicle. Add about 10% to the price you negotiate and that about covers taxes title, registration fees and all.

If you're buying a new last years model you should be able to negotiate more off the MSRP.
The Challenger SXT PLUS in my avatar was a NEW 2016 I bought this past April.
MSRP on the sticker was $30,080.......I paid $23,000 for it.
That's more true of Dodges and Fords than other brands, and depends on what rebates are currently being offered. I've gotten roughly 20% off my Dodge Durango and several Fords. But I walked away from a Mazda6 deal last month where they wouldn't go more than $3,600 off sticker. Got real lucky and found one online randomly discounted $5,900 on one regional dealer's website, but that was luck, not the norm.
 

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That's more true of Dodges and Fords than other brands, and depends on what rebates are currently being offered. I've gotten roughly 20% off my Dodge Durango and several Fords. But I walked away from a Mazda6 deal last month where they wouldn't go more than $3,600 off sticker. Got real lucky and found one online randomly discounted $5,900 on one regional dealer's website, but that was luck, not the norm.
It also depends what kind of day they are having or month.
If they haven't sold a car all day or very few they will deal more.
If they're having a bad month and are a few cars away from their quota they will give DEEP discount on the last few cars on the last day of the month to make their quota.

The DODGE dealer I used to work at got a $80,000 bonus from Chrysler if they made their quota at the end of the month. So if they were a few cars short they would sell them for 7 or$ 8,000 BELOW MSRP to make their numbers.

I got my best deal on a new car, a Altima on the last day of the month!

BTW....$3,600 off MSRP isn't a horrible deal, if I really wanted the car I would have taken it.
 

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Bought a 6 through Tustin Mazda. I used truecar, which connected me with a few dealers and really helped me in the process.

Mazda 6 Touring Bose Package and Sunroof. Financing with School's First FCU.

23,500 out the door after taxes/title/fees. Original sticker MSRP was 27,000.
Payments over 60 months will be 390.00

I did get Mazda Loyalty Incentive as I have a CX-7 for the lady and the kid, the nonturbo sport model, I think this is a pretty good price on a decently optioned 6. The 2018 6 comes out with a a new HCCI engine, which I don't think will be quite as solid as the current 2.5L skyactiv. We will see what the future brings. I love this car and will baby it for the long haul.
 
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