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Mazda questions and answers

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George613 wrote:
Jan 10th, 2019 2:18 pm
@WHO something I don't understand is how your insurance settled with you for the full price of a new car when the one you totaled was a 2012? I thought they pay out the value (less deductible) of the totalled car not the value of a new car. I know there are riders (extra cost add ons) that cover full replacement but I also thought that was just for something like 2 years not 6 or 7 in your case.
I can't say how it works in other jurisdictions, but in QC you can call an insurance broker and buy a replacement value contract for up to 7 years (which thankfully is what I did back in 2012). You can buy it from the stealership too but at 50% more $$$. It's a seperate policy from the main insurance.
My insurance gave me 7,500$ for the car, and the replacement value insurer covers the remaining 12k.

We also have the option of adding the rider to your main insurance policy, but only up to a max of 5 years and it may impact on their decision to total the car or not.
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Woa that was super good that you had that extra policy. In Ontario we get hosed for auto insurance.
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George613 wrote:
Jan 10th, 2019 4:14 pm
Woa that was super good that you had that extra policy. In Ontario we get hosed for auto insurance.
We have that here as OPCF 43, and it's not that expensive either. You usually can't get it for as long, but it's sufficient imo.
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any details on pricing and specs for the new mazda 3's yet?
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George613 wrote:
Jan 10th, 2019 4:14 pm
Woa that was super good that you had that extra policy. In Ontario we get hosed for auto insurance.
No we don't, we have one of the cheapest rates in the country when you compare similar coverages . Other provinces have lower rates that come with lower coverage

You can also purchase in Ontario depreciation waiver for longer periods as well.

You need to compare apples with apples
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epik89 wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 11:59 am
any details on pricing and specs for the new mazda 3's yet?
I was told that the Mazda.ca website would be updated later this month with the new 3's specs and pricing.

From what I've read, even the base trim (GX) should be well-equipped. All the trim lines will get the 2.5L engine previously found only on the highest trim (GT). LED lights will also be standard across the board as well, but it looks like the higher trims will get a fancier version of the lights. AWD will be an automatic-only option for now. I would expect the GX's price to increase over the current one because of all the extra features. If I were to guess, I would estimate low 20s for a base GX to low-mid 30s for a fully-loaded GT with AWD.

Mexico has them already and there are various videos on Youtube made by the dealerships down there showing off the cars and their various trim levels. The Canadian spec should have more features (heated seats/steering wheel, more safety tech) than what they got, but it's a good base to see what the car is like.
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StatsGuy wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 2:03 pm
No we don't, we have one of the cheapest rates in the country when you compare similar coverages . Other provinces have lower rates that come with lower coverage

You can also purchase in Ontario depreciation waiver for longer periods as well.

You need to compare apples with apples
Where can I have a good "apple" vs "apple" comparison online???
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Talamasca wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 2:31 pm
I was told that the Mazda.ca website would be updated later this month with the new 3's specs and pricing.

From what I've read, even the base trim (GX) should be well-equipped. All the trim lines will get the 2.5L engine previously found only on the highest trim (GT). LED lights will also be standard across the board as well, but it looks like the higher trims will get a fancier version of the lights. AWD will be an automatic-only option for now. I would expect the GX's price to increase over the current one because of all the extra features. If I were to guess, I would estimate low 20s for a base GX to low-mid 30s for a fully-loaded GT with AWD.

Mexico has them already and there are various videos on Youtube made by the dealerships down there showing off the cars and their various trim levels. The Canadian spec should have more features (heated seats/steering wheel, more safety tech) than what they got, but it's a good base to see what the car is like.
I wish I totalled my car a few months later than I did :(
Got a great deal on the 2018 but, who cares since the insurance is paying... I would've much rather get the 2019. Oh well, that's why we call'em accidents, you don't plan it.
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Bb0231 wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 3:01 pm
Where can I have a good "apple" vs "apple" comparison online???
There is none as it's not like someone in Ontario can buy insurance from another province, so there's no comparison tool that I'm aware of
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hoodlum wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 3:38 pm
I think we will see more details on the 2019 Mazda3 at the Montreal Auto show.

https://www.mazda.ca/en/2019-auto-show/
The people at the stealership where I got my car were all hyped on the day of the delivery because they had been at the local Mazda head office to get brain washed and see the new car, which was the one they're gonna put on display at the show. So, I say yeah...

But, they told me they only had 2 sedans, no hatch, that would be both dissapointing and dumb.
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Mazda says they will be announcing a world premiere of a new 2020 model at the Geneva auto Show in March. My guess is we will see a larger cx3 get announced.
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What are the residual values for the 2019 CX-5 GT Turbo?
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Talamasca wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 2:31 pm
I was told that the Mazda.ca website would be updated later this month with the new 3's specs and pricing.

From what I've read, even the base trim (GX) should be well-equipped. All the trim lines will get the 2.5L engine previously found only on the highest trim (GT). LED lights will also be standard across the board as well, but it looks like the higher trims will get a fancier version of the lights. AWD will be an automatic-only option for now. I would expect the GX's price to increase over the current one because of all the extra features. If I were to guess, I would estimate low 20s for a base GX to low-mid 30s for a fully-loaded GT with AWD.

Mexico has them already and there are various videos on Youtube made by the dealerships down there showing off the cars and their various trim levels. The Canadian spec should have more features (heated seats/steering wheel, more safety tech) than what they got, but it's a good base to see what the car is like.
couple of points to above as I am not really supposed to provide too many specs.

All 2019 Mazda3s will have Apple Carplay/android Auto, a 7 inch LCD meter display and a 8.8 inch screen for center dash display, knee airbags, LED headlights/taillights, 8 speakers (all standard)

GS Auto and up will come with the 2.5L
GS AWD will also have Cylinder deactivation.
GT will come with a 2.5L with Cylinder deactivation, Bose Sound system (12 speakers), Adaptive Front lighting plus much more
GT will also have optional Premium Pkg (10 way power adjustable drivers seat with memory, Sirius, rear parking sensors with Smart break support rear and rear crossing, auto dimming rear exterior mirrors with memory seat link, front windshield wiper de-icer plus more) and optional AWD.

hoodlum wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 3:38 pm
I think we will see more details on the 2019 Mazda3 at the Montreal Auto show.

https://www.mazda.ca/en/2019-auto-show/
2019 Mazda3 is currently enroute and some are sitting at the compound in Markham.
They likely will not release any of them until there are enough for every dealership.

hoodlum wrote:
Jan 13th, 2019 12:30 pm
Mazda says they will be announcing a world premiere of a new 2020 model at the Geneva auto Show in March. My guess is we will see a larger cx3 get announced.
Expect the CX3 to grow to be on a Mazda3 chassis, a slight growth spurt in the CX5 and a CX4 to be introduced.
Szharkov wrote:
Jan 25th, 2019 4:36 pm
What are the residual values for the 2019 CX-5 GT Turbo?
3yr - 54%
4yr - 45%
5yr - 37%

based on 24K /yr
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Jeff-TheBiz wrote:
Jan 26th, 2019 10:37 am
3yr - 54%
4yr - 45%
5yr - 37%

based on 24K /yr
How about 20k?

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