Buy A 2016 Mazda MX-5 And Save Up To $2,000

Prospective Mazda MX-5 owners in the U.S. will be rejoicing following news that the company is offering up to $2,000 off for last year’s model.

Cars Direct has discovered that from April 4, Mazda started offering a $1,500 bonus for 2016 examples of rear-wheel drive sports car in a number of western states including California. Alongside this bonus, there is the potential for current Mazda owners to save a further $500 thanks to a special loyalty bonus.

Although the offer will only remain valid until May 1st, it appears there will be ample opportunity to get a cut-price 2016 MX-5. At a single Mazda dealership in Los Angeles there are no less than 32 examples in stock, just waiting for homes at a bargain price.

Mazda dealerships are clearly quite eager to get rid of their 2016 stock as new model year MX-5s have started arriving, including the all-new Miata RF.

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  • The Watcher

    If you join SCCA for $100 a year, you can save up to $1900 by paying invoice, and that’s excluding $500 bonus.

  • yann

    Maybe, it was not the right design ? too much “fashion”… and the regular Mazda Roadster fans were not convinced by this ND new styling…
    What about this 2018 proposal found on a French website :
    http://lavoitu.re/roadster/

  • gary4205

    Because no car company ever had a “year end” close-out sale!

    Mazda should have started this back in August or September!

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