In my mid-west area the I touring 5-door with auto and tech package is estimating a price of $22,856 (about $650 under MSRP). The manual comes in at $21,853.I would be interested in seeing the i touring 5 door with navigation , and the S Grand Touring 5 door.
Thanks for the info. I am planning on waiting until the end of the year. Figure I should be able to get a better deal by then , plus any early production issues will hopefully be worked out by then. So no point in doing too much research now.In my mid-west area the I touring 5-door with auto and tech package is estimating a price of $22,856 (about $650 under MSRP). The manual comes in at $21,853.
The s-GT 5-door comes in at $26,671. Again, about $600 off MSRP.
They do list a "CR Bottom-Line price" for $26,074.. not sure how close you can get to that but might be a number to shoot for. For the I touring it is $20,979 but that does NOT include the tech package (I don't think it is quite fully functional on the website for 2014 models yet) so add around $1400 to get the bottom line with nav.
Not a ton under MSRP, but hopefully that helps! If you want it in your local area just PM me your zipcode and I can run that as well. Good luck!
I don't think there are any special financing deals available. There is a $500 dollar owner loyalty rebate available if you already own a mazda. I would suggest shopping around for the best rate on an auto loan before you go to the dealer. If the dealer interest rate is not competitive then you will be better off getting the financing elsewhere.I Does anyone know what kind of financing deals will be available through Mazda?
senorpmosh;418I 522 said:i work at a dealership and I couldnt even get a deal on the new one itouring goes for around 27,550. and base model around 22500...if anyone can get a deal on one it should've been me but supposedly their not offering discounts or anything at least not at the dealerships near dallas anyways