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Subaru Forester, Wagon, SUV
#3406 of 3540 2013 Forester 2.5X
Dec 04, 2012 (5:41 pm)
I purchased a 2013 2.5X Forester automatic with alloy wheel pkg, auto dim mirror/compass, splash guards, cargo tray and rear bumper cover from Grand Subaru in Bensenville, IL on Sat. The purchase price was $20898 plus TTL, Doc Fee for OTD $22,832. MSRP was $24,202. Worked with Dan in internet sales, who was very responsive and played no pricing games. The e-price sent was the price paid when I arrived at the dealership. He also worked to get the color with the options that we wanted from another dealer. The Forester was completely ready to go when we came in for delivery. The whole process took about 1-1.5 hour including arranging financing.
#3407 of 3540 2013 Subaru Forester 2.5X Limited Price
Dec 20, 2012 (11:11 pm)
Has anybody purchased a 2013 Subaru Forester 2.5X Limited Auto in Southern California area recently? Please let me know what would be the best price to buy. I would like to know the OTD Price, not the just the Car Price. Please share your experiences.Thanks!
#3408 of 3540 Re: New Forester Buy In Western PA [59redrover]
Dec 21, 2012 (2:11 pm)
Even I am planning to buy one 2013 Forester Limited in LA, California. Please let me know the out of the door price. Is it $27,550 out the door. I am targeting S26,750 out of door. Since my first quote offer $800 below invoice and the invoice is $25306- 800 = 24506. My assumption is 24506+10%(taxes and registration) will come to $26956. Please let me know if its possible
#3409 of 3540 Limited forester
Dec 22, 2012 (4:38 pm)
I got one for 24.7 plus tax title license. Msrp 28.7 in SoCal.
#3410 of 3540 Re: 2013 2.5x Premium w/ All Weater PLUS Package [nysniper28]
Jan 03, 2013 (10:09 am)
I bought an almost exact model Forester (with an additional rear camera) in December for $1,000 less (mine is $2,000 below the invoice) in a dealership near Chicago (Autobarn). you overpaid for a 2013 Forester premium with all weather plus package and popular package #3 (the new 2014 Forester wikk be out in april or may 2013 with CVT instead of 4-speed automatic and Subaru is trying to unload the 2013 Forester). It was for my wife and she likes the simplicity of 4-speed, that is all right for me.
#3411 of 3540 Re: Subaru Forester 2.5 Limited [nassaujur]
Jan 13, 2013 (9:23 am)
Have you had any luck finding a dealer in the NY/CT area that discounts foresters similarly?
#3412 of 3540 2013 Subaru Forester 2.5X Premium w/All-Weather Pkg/TomTom Nav SUV
Jan 15, 2013 (7:45 pm)
In Braintree MA. Seemed like a good deal with the 0% financing.
#3413 of 3540 Re: 2013 Subaru Forester 2.5X Premium w/All-Weather Pkg/TomTom Nav SUV [slingah]
Jan 16, 2013 (6:04 pm)
That is a good deal - who did you work with to get the deal? Did you like your experience there (are they high pressure, are they nice, etc)? Were there any shady additional charges (anything besides taxes, registration, 300-500 for doc fees)?
I live within 90 minutes of them - seems like the best deal around.
#3414 of 3540 Re: 2013 Subaru Forester 2.5X Premium w/All-Weather Pkg/TomTom Nav SUV [types04]
Jan 16, 2013 (8:13 pm)
I was on my toes every second of the way.....they all suck in my opinion. It was a internet special. They tried all the usual games. I checked everywhere locally, this was the best I could get....
that was the price plus taxes & rmv costs and 299 doc fee
#3415 of 3540 Chicago area shopper
Jan 24, 2013 (3:33 pm)
Looking to take advantage of the 0% incentive until 1/31. Although I'm pretty sure they will extend it after 1/31. Been shopping around and best quote was $3812 off MSRP.
I see folks have been getting $4000+ off MSRP as early as last Nov, so I'm thinking I can get at least that much off.
Have been tracking the dealer inventory and the forester stock had barely moved over the past week. Maybe 1 or 2 sold.
What are u guys' take? Keep waiting? I know inventory will become an issue in terms of getting precisely what we want. However if significant savings can be had, I think it's worth it.