First and foremost, shout-out to @AutoNinjas and Nick in particular. Worked with me and got the deal done within 24ish hours. On to the fun stuff ( I apologize if I leave anything out ):
2023 Mazda CX-9 Carbon AWD
Sale Price: $42,280
MF: .00001 ( 24m/12k )
Added GAP: $850
Monthly: $537 ( Lined up w/ calculator )
As a bonus, turned in my 2020 Accord for a $2,000 check back.
After a long long time I’ve felt like a lease posted on here has a decent payment when compared to the amount of vehicle for it, given how the market has changed in past two years. Thanks to that sweet MF I suppose.
I will mention that usually GAP insurance is cheaper thru your regular insurance.
Amica quoted us $31 per 6 months for a 50k MSRP.
Some credit unions also offer the product on a standalone basis (i.e., you don’t have to finance the car with them) for a few hundred dollars.
It’s worth a couple of phone calls to save $500 vs this dealer-sold product, although GAP is still not an insurance product I’d buy due to the impossibly tiny risk of losing a relatively insignificant amount of money, but value is a perception.
Why beat around the bush? GAP is a complete waste of money here.
Try to cancel it ASAP.
I think it’s virtually always a waste of money, but there is middle ground if OP is hellbent on having it… therefore the intermediate choice was offered for consideration.
Not hellbent per say, but more peace of mind
Def check with your insurance company for a cost on the gap though. It may be insanely cheap. I think mine was like 6 bucks per 6 mo policy…seriously.
There’s hardly any risk here that you need to insure against.
What exactly do you need “peace of mind” about?
Trying to get this in SoCal , no success so far. 8% off MSRP is sweet with 70% residual and 0.00001 MF 24/12K
I am shopping same area. What numbers have you been getting so far? I am seeing a dealer group that starts with H and ends with O . Best I am seeing is 5% off
I have tried as well. Best I have at the moment is 7% off.
Can I ask the city of the dealer you’ve been quoted 7% off? And these are 2023 correct?
Please share your 7% off dealer. I can bite at 7%
Any luck on MSRP discounts in Texas?