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I found a few ancient threads on the subject, so I though it'd be easier and more relevant, if the thread was organized by year.

I recently got a 2012 Mazda 5 - touring edition - for $515/mo. for 36 mos. with zero interest and $5,000 down. I went into the dealer looking for the 2013, but I couldn't pass this deal.

So what did you pay for your new 2013 ride? or, 2012?

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Proverbio said:   I found a few ancient threads on the subject, so I though it'd be easier and more relevant, if the thread was organized by year.

I recently got a 2012 Mazda 5 - touring edition - for $515/mo. for 36 mos. with zero interest and $5,000 down. I went into the dealer looking for the 2013, but I couldn't pass this deal.

So what did you pay for your new 2013 ride? or, 2012?


I think some of the old threads have an example of a better way to post the price paid - e.g. Price before Tax/Title/License etc. I don't think folks want to do the math and have to try to reverse engineer what you paid. This avoids the trap of people posting nonsense like:
I bought a Mercedes for $200 a month!!!!

Proverbio said:   I found a few ancient threads on the subject, so I though it'd be easier and more relevant, if the thread was organized by year.

I recently got a 2012 Mazda 5 - touring edition - for $515/mo. for 36 mos. with zero interest and $5,000 down. I went into the dealer looking for the 2013, but I couldn't pass this deal.

So what did you pay for your new 2013 ride? or, 2012?
That appears to be a total cost of $23540, right?

I got a 2013 Nissan Rogue S with no options for $21000 drive out (and free oil changes for a year).

I bought a Fisker Destino for $200K OTD.

Proverbio said:   I recently got a 2012 Mazda 5 - touring edition - for $515/mo. for 36 mos. with zero interest and $5,000 down

If this is your definition of "what you paid" you will get burned everytime you buy a car.

Only suckers buy new cars.

Too bad I cannot buy a 2013 Crown Vic now. Will pay a couple grand for it few years down the road.

2013 Range Rover - $~75,000
2013 GL450 - ~$78000

Work paid for both.

uutxs said:   Too bad I cannot buy a 2013 Crown Vic now. Will pay a couple grand for it few years down the road.

The Crown Vic was discontinued. I don't think there are any 2013 versions.

gizmoduck said:   

I got a 2013 Nissan Rogue S with no options for $21000 drive out (and free oil changes for a year).


With 7500+ mile intervals for oil changes becoming the norm these days, looks like you'll get your $60 worth.

mikef07 said:   2013 Range Rover - $~75,000
2013 GL450 - ~$78000

Work paid for both.


should have gotten one that attracts hot young girls, like a cayman or a corvette

mikef07 said:   2013 Range Rover - $~75,000
2013 GL450 - ~$78000

Work paid for both.


Is your work hiring?

2013 Kia Soul (base) - $13,800

mikef07 said:   2013 Range Rover - $~75,000
2013 GL450 - ~$78000

Work paid for both.


This is relevant to this thread how?

Edmunds has great forums for this type of stuff. http://www.edmunds.com/forums/

miltoney said:   mikef07 said:   2013 Range Rover - $~75,000
2013 GL450 - ~$78000

Work paid for both.


This is relevant to this thread how?


OK i'll dumb it down for you.

There are two cars listed. Each is a 2013 model of a car. The thread asked how much the cars cost.

Why did I post that work paid for it? Because I was not concerned about trying to get the best deal I could so rather than someone telling me I could have saved you $1000 or $2000 or $20,000 I cut it off at the knees. It was about convenience.


Please do tell though how your post was remotely relevant.

mikef07 said:   miltoney said:   mikef07 said:   2013 Range Rover - $~75,000
2013 GL450 - ~$78000

Work paid for both.


This is relevant to this thread how?


OK i'll dumb it down for you.

There are two cars listed. Each is a 2013 model of a car. The thread asked how much the cars cost.

Why did I post that work paid for it? Because I was not concerned about trying to get the best deal I could so rather than someone telling me I could have saved you $1000 or $2000 or $20,000 I cut it off at the knees. It was about convenience.


Please do tell though how your post was remotely relevant.


Proverbio said: So what did you pay for your new 2013 ride?

Mikef07 said: Work paid for both.

But thanks for dumbing it down for me.

2013 Ford Escape, 36 mos lease, $300 a month, 15k miles a year, no downpayment, A plan

2013 Subaru Forester auto trans w/ a few options for $19,950. Financed @ 0% for 63 months, for around $300 a month. Figured i might as well take advantage of the 0% and keep the funds on hand.

rufflesinc said:   2013 Ford Escape, 36 mos lease, $300 a month, 15k miles a year, no downpayment, A plan

Leasing is not buying.

lonestarguy said:   rufflesinc said:   2013 Ford Escape, 36 mos lease, $300 a month, 15k miles a year, no downpayment, A plan

Leasing is not buying.


Depends. If you buy it at the end, it's effectively a purchase with balloon finance at an interest rate of 24 times the money factor.

But to stick with the theme of the thread, leasers ought to post purchase price, not the lease terms. In lease lingo, I'm talking about the cap cost plus any cap cost reduction.

i got a 2013 Kia Sorento for 31K on road (fully loaded)

Roughly $1k for insurance / oil changes / registration and inspection + gas and any maintenance items

/crown vic

Escalade ESV 2.9% for 72-months, no money down. Wife calls it a mortgage payment on wheels.

Proverbio said:   I found a few ancient threads on the subject, so I though it'd be easier and more relevant, if the thread was organized by year.

I recently got a 2012 Mazda 5 - touring edition - for $515/mo. for 36 mos. with zero interest and $5,000 down. I went into the dealer looking for the 2013, but I couldn't pass this deal.

So what did you pay for your new 2013 ride? or, 2012?


Rip off

lonestarguy said:   rufflesinc said:   2013 Ford Escape, 36 mos lease, $300 a month, 15k miles a year, no downpayment, A plan

Leasing is not buying.
The title of the thread is "How much did you pay." That's how much I'm paying for my 2013 model year car.

Proverbio said:   I found a few ancient threads on the subject, so I though it'd be easier and more relevant, if the thread was organized by year.

I recently got a 2012 Mazda 5 - touring edition - for $515/mo. for 36 mos. with zero interest and $5,000 down. I went into the dealer looking for the 2013, but I couldn't pass this deal.

So what did you pay for your new 2013 ride? or, 2012?


2012 QX56 (a little over a year ago) for right at $60k.
2013 Cadillac CTS-V (a couple weeks ago- used- 4k miles) $58k. Not the best deal in the world, but very difficult to find a black sedan with black interior, black wheels, and yellow brake calipers.

drobins9 said:   Proverbio said:   I found a few ancient threads on the subject, so I though it'd be easier and more relevant, if the thread was organized by year.

I recently got a 2012 Mazda 5 - touring edition - for $515/mo. for 36 mos. with zero interest and $5,000 down. I went into the dealer looking for the 2013, but I couldn't pass this deal.

So what did you pay for your new 2013 ride? or, 2012?


2012 QX56 (a little over a year ago) for right at $60k.
2013 Cadillac CTS-V (a couple weeks ago- used- 4k miles) $58k. Not the best deal in the world, but very difficult to find a black sedan with black interior, black wheels, and yellow brake calipers.


Oh, and insisted on a 6-speed, which is a very rare option on these cars.

2012 VW Tiguan S Auto Used (20k miles) purchase price $17977.

Traded beat up 2003 Accord V6-EXL with a dirty carfax report for $5150.00

Free tinting on the Tiguan sweetened the deal.

Financed at local credit union for 1.69% 60 months. Plan to pay off in < 36 mo.

rufflesinc said:   lonestarguy said:   rufflesinc said:   2013 Ford Escape, 36 mos lease, $300 a month, 15k miles a year, no downpayment, A plan

Leasing is not buying.
The title of the thread is "How much did you pay." That's how much I'm paying for my 2013 model year car.


The problem is that number isn't helpful. Why don't you put what you are paying per week, per day, per hour? All I can get from you above is that you are renting a car for 3 years and the total cost is $10800... Which, BTW, seems insane - but what do I know...

Nissan Sentra S Automatic 2013
$1000 incentives
16,486 +TTL, after incentives

I got this price for my son's tutor. He said there were no surprise fees when he took delivery.

rufflesinc said:   lonestarguy said:   rufflesinc said:   2013 Ford Escape, 36 mos lease, $300 a month, 15k miles a year, no downpayment, A plan

Leasing is not buying.
The title of the thread is "How much did you pay." That's how much I'm paying for my 2013 model year car.


The title of the thread is how much are you paying for your car in 2013, not how much are you paying for your 2013 MY car....OP has a 2012 MY car.

trekwars2000 said:   rufflesinc said:   lonestarguy said:   rufflesinc said:   2013 Ford Escape, 36 mos lease, $300 a month, 15k miles a year, no downpayment, A plan

Leasing is not buying.
The title of the thread is "How much did you pay." That's how much I'm paying for my 2013 model year car.


The problem is that number isn't helpful. Why don't you put what you are paying per week, per day, per hour? All I can get from you above is that you are renting a car for 3 years and the total cost is $10800... Which, BTW, seems insane - but what do I know...
I am leasing, not renting. Paying $10800 cash is not the same as paying $300 a month for 36 months. I prefer to lease because I don't like to deal with the hassles of used cars.

2012 Acura TSX Sport Edition with Manual Transmission - Almost Brand New ( 2500 miles) - 25K!!!

2011 Mazdaspeed3 11k miles $17,500

robby69 said:   Escalade ESV 2.9% for 72-months, no money down. Wife calls it a mortgage payment on wheels.


What did you pay in relation to msrp?

tmwilkin said:   robby69 said:   Escalade ESV 2.9% for 72-months, no money down. Wife calls it a mortgage payment on wheels. What did you pay in relation to msrp?

About 7% off MRSP, but I also got $1000 factory cash, and $1000 loyalty. I also ended up getting about $1900 of extra options FREE.. (I didn't want..dual DVD, chrome exhaust tips etc.) due to the purchasing dealer in the middle of a trade for a car they wanted. I got a decent trade-in on my 2009. 2.9% was thru TD Auto Financing.

2012 Acura MDX

Sale Price- $37,990
Destination- $885
Processing- $399
Tag and Title fees- $410
Plus Sales Tax
Less $2000 incentives (in my case, 1000 each for owning a "luxury" car and taking 3 year 0.9% financing)

I had it delivered to my door for an extra $250 (from VA to NY). Never set foot in the dealership.

hfzeus said:   Nissan Sentra S Automatic 2013
$1000 incentives
16,486 +TTL, after incentives

I got this price for my son's tutor. He said there were no surprise fees when he took delivery.


I almost got a new Sentra but got a 2013 Suzuki Kizashi SE AWD for $16750+ttl which is about 32% off MSRP.

Skipping 3 Messages...
Nope. Bought my last new vehicle in 2007. Maybe I will get a new car in 2016. Maybe.

On a different note, I got an email offer of a $750 gift card, for current Camry owners, that can be stacked with any other deals or discounts. Not good on 'certified' used Camrys.

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