Mazda 3 Sedan AWD preferred package or select package 2019 Help!


I am new to leasing and I am trying to find out information for a Mazda 3 Sedan AWD. I am also looking for either the select package or the preferred and hell even the premium.

What are the MF, Residual Value, lease incentives (if any?) for a 2019 Mazda 3 for the packages mentioned above. 36/12k. Zip code 80207

I have read already that Mazda doesn’t offer the best leases so does anyone have any other recommendations. I like that Mazda has a good blend of affordability and luxury. I would love to get into a BMW or a Lexus IS 300 but I don’t think I can afford that.

Let me know if I am royally screwing this up.

I need help and this seems like the best place to find it.

Thank you for your time!

You should ask this on Edmunds forums and report back here

You can get into a 2018 3 series for 250-300/month depending on model and MSRP. Might be a better lease even if it’s a bit more in comparison to Mazda 3.

Thank you Parth_Bhardwad!

oops will do!

So this is what I got

.00060 and 52%
No lease incentives

You’re not going to get a great deal on a mazda3 lease. Here’s some numbers I put together that’ll give you a ballpark of where you’re at with a lease.

You’re better off sharing your budget so people can steer you in the right direction. As mentioned above, 2018 BMW leases are good deals now if you can find them, but you’ll have to act fast as the deals for 18 models will expire at the end of April.

Good luck.

Any luck on a decent deal? I’m looking at either preferred package or premium package AWD. Residual is 53% for 36/10 with $720 lease cash. For a $26-28k model payments can be under $330+tax if you can maybe get 3-5% off msrp. Idk if Mazda will budge tho.

Check Honcker, i saw the sedan for 36m/10 for 264 for preferred with 2k down

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Don’t post the same thing in multiple threads


I have been lightly shopping the 2019 Mazda3 and most dealers in my area (Texas) are willing to go about $1000 back of invoice (about an 8% discount depending on trim) without much pushing. We don’t have any lease cash available for my region though and given the low residual and lack of rebates/incentives, it doesn’t look like these will lease well.

Sorry for the late reply. I actually picked up a 2018 BMW 320i for $250 a month. I just couldn’t find a great deal on a Mazda at the time and I have already dreamed of driving a BMW.

Assuming you didn’t put down a huge down payment, you probably got a good deal and the car you really wanted, so congratulations. :slight_smile: