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Subaru Impreza, Subaru Impreza WRX STi, Sedan, Wagon
#878 of 932 The 2013 model year almost here?
Jun 29, 2012 (5:07 am)
I have been wondering when the 2013 model year will start for Subaru, thanks for that ifo mtbe2. Around here (Upstate NY)the dealers claim to still be taking orders for 2012s as of last week.
The dealers in my area have been pretty lame about giving me a decent price on a Sport Premium, mostly due to the fact that the Imprezas are selling so well. With the end of the model year coming soon maybe they will losen up. I had a good offer from a dealer 2.5 hours away using consumer reports car buying system, but no local dealer would consider matching it. That deal was 6.44% of MSRP for any Sport Premium in stock, which local dealers claim is unrealistic.
Does anyone know if Subaru will be extending the promtoional interest rates after July 2nd?
#879 of 932 Re: Chicago Area Pricing [mtbe2]
Jul 03, 2012 (2:08 am)
Thanks mtbe2. Trying hard to match the price. So far the best offer is 500 below invoice, but it will be an 2013 order...keep trying
#880 of 932 Paying under MSRP in Chicago area?
Jul 04, 2012 (9:00 am)
Looks like it will be tough to get much under MSRP since the 2012 impreza has well exceeded Subaru's sales expectations (expected 50% incr but getting over 150% incr). Just finding someone with more than 2-3 in stock is tough. My closest dealers are Roto (Mt Prospect) and Napleton (Schaumburg) and I expect to be ordering a 2013 soon, but have my doubts I'll get a great deal. Anyone with buying experience from either of these dealerships?
#881 of 932 Re: Paying under MSRP in Chicago area? [pcrockett]
Jul 05, 2012 (7:58 am)
I recommend emailing several dealers within 50-70 mile radius. In the Chicago area, hit the Autobarn in Countryside and International Subaru in Tinley Park. Do it through their internet sales, and the internet sales through the dealers close to you. Let them know you are bidding this car out and you will get good pricing. It is worth the savings to drive 70 miles.
I never even went to our selected dealership until I picked up the car. Their internet sales matched the best internet price I had and they have free unlimited drive-train warranty too...Gerald Subaru in Aurora
#883 of 932 Re: Paying under MSRP in Chicago area? [pcrockett]
Jul 10, 2012 (11:37 am)
I bought for $2600 under MSRP or about $1000 under invoice. This was from Grand Subaru. Did everything by email and talked to almost every dealer in Chicago land. Several dealers were willing to go to about $500 below invoice. But nobody would come close to Grand.
Of course this was late January. You would think prices should be down since then but maybe not.
#884 of 932 2012 Impreza 4 dr sedan 2.0i Premium
Jul 11, 2012 (7:19 am)
Premium 4 door sedan Msrp 21,445 total including options listed below
Auto Dim mirror with compass
I purchased this car in Dec last year out the door price of $21,050.00 took from dealer stock here in North Carolina this included all fees TTL. I think this was fair price. I also negotiated dealer include , oil pan bolt washer, oil, oil filter(needed for first change), air filter, and in cabin air filter to sweeten the deal.
#885 of 932 2013 WRX 5 door
Aug 16, 2012 (6:08 am)
Doesn't seem like many come here looking for prices or WRX's but I will post my deal which is $900 under invoice:
2013 WRX 5 door WRB Base model
Body Side Moldings
Arm Rest Extension
$24,957 + tax
#886 of 932 2013 Subaru Impreza 2.0i 5-doors hatch auto.
Sep 02, 2012 (12:49 pm)
This is what the dealership offered me for the 2013 impreza 2.0i 5-doors hatchback automatic.
MSRP is .... i forgot 17,XXX
Auto CVT = $1000
PZEV = $300
license plate cover = $49 (already had it, can i request them to remove it?)
Negotiated Price down to $18,495
Tax = $1440 (8.725%)
Document Prep = $299
Registration/License = $325
Destination fee = $750
Total Contract Price = $20,770
Deposit = 0
Finance = 1.9% apr for 48 months or 2.9% apr for 60 months.
Didn't get to buy it in the end because the sales manager thought it was too low and made up some bulls**t excuse claiming I didn't get approved for the apr and it will be 5.9% instead. I walked out. Got another email saying they some how got the 2.9% for 60 months approved but the price will be $19,507. Full of sh!t.
Should I still buy it at 19,507 for 2.9% for 60 months?
#887 of 932 Re: 2012 Subaru Impreza 2.0i base Trim CVT Automatic w/ no other o [budgetme]
Sep 02, 2012 (12:55 pm)
auto or manual? does that price include everything or is it before tax, fee, etc?