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|Mazda||MSRP Range||Cash Back(up to)||or - Financing
Reduced-rate loans are offered by car makers to qualified buyers for specific vehicles. Rates tend to be lower for shorter payoff periods and not every buyer will qualify. Check with your local dealer for all the details.
|or - Lease
The major car companies sometimes offer special promotional lease rates. Not every buyer will qualify for these lease rates so make sure to check with your local dealer for all the details.
Sometimes particular groups, such as college graduates or the military, are allowed to buy a car for a special discounted rate. Eligibility for these incentives varies. Contact your local dealer for all the details.
|2016 CX-3||$19,960 - $26,240||--||--||--||Mobility, Owner Loyalty|
|2016 CX-5||$21,795 - $29,870||--||--||--||Mobility, Owner Loyalty|
|2016 CX-9||$31,520 - $44,015||--||--||--||Mobility, Owner Loyalty|
|2016 Mazda3||$17,845 - $25,495||--||--||--||Mobility, Owner Loyalty|
|2016 Mazda6||$21,495 - $30,195||--||--||--||Mobility, Owner Loyalty|
|2016 MX-5 Miata||$24,915 - $30,065||--||--||--||Mobility, Owner Loyalty|
Auto rebates, low APR loans, cashback, car finance options, factory incentives — by any name, incentives can save you a boatload of bucks. But don't let a rebate sucker you into getting the Mazda you don't want. The secret with rebates and incentives is knowing the ins and outs.
Car makers don't give away money just because they care. They're trying to move inventory — especially on slow-selling models. That's why top selling new cars don't usually have incentives, but cars late in the model year do.
So, check those auto rebates, low APR loans and lease incentives on a new Mazda carefully. You may be able to score a great deal on a new car you really want!
Cashback rebates are the most common incentive and the easiest to use. You can pocket that money or use it to lower your finance amount. But make sure you really want the model they're providing cash on, and compare rebates among competitors for the best deal.
Manufacturers like Mazda frequently offer low interest rate loans to new car buyers to help their dealers sell more cars. These can be a great deal — if you qualify. Also consider the length of the loan.
A short loan means less in interest charges but much larger monthly payments. A longer loan, 60 or 72 months, can leave you paying off a car you're tired of.
Special lease incentives offered by the manufacturer make leasing even more affordable. But don't get lost in the terminology. Find out the vehicle price, interest rate (usually called the money factor), and residual value. And make sure you understand the pluses and minuses of leasing.
Enter your ZIP Code and narrow the search by body type, make, price, even competing cars. We'll show you all the incentives and rebates for that particular model — as well as additional ways for you to save even more.
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