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Thinking about buying a Mazda? Unless you can afford a $20,000 price tag, you’ll want to look into your financing options first. Find out where and how to get the best deal available to you.
There are a variety of options available when it comes to getting a new car. These include:
Although a big part of buying a car is the dealership negotiations, it helps to know the base price of the model you’re looking at. The basic trim of the 2019 CX-3 starts at $20,390 while the 2019 Mazda 6 begins at $35,100 — but the actual cost will depend on negotiation, add-ons and your location.
These prices reflect Mazda’s Sport category. You should expect to pay more for the Touring and Grand Touring categories. Keep in mind that the more features you want you car to have, the pricier it’ll end up.
Financing through Mazad might seem tempting — you can get it directly through your dealer and don’t have to do any research ahead of time. But keep in mind that those low rates typically only go to borrowers with excellent credit.
It’s also worth noting that Mazda provides car loans through an outside lender and not all offers are available in all states. If you’re really interested in getting a good deal, you might want to shop around to see what’s available to you.
Here are a few things to consider before deciding to finance a Mazda.
It’s also important to think about the car’s running costs. Although you might be able to afford the loan payments for the car, you need to factor in costs such as:
It’s important to factor in these expenses before applying for a car loan. You should also consider whether or not the minimum payments will leave you with enough money to cover other ongoing expenses in your life.
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