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Subaru Legacy, Sedan, Wagon
#318 of 1006 Just buy brand new
May 19, 2006 (4:50 am)
Try Becker Subaru in Allentown, PA. I don't know how they can sell their vehicles so cheaply. I recently purchased a 2006 Legacy 2.5SE SDN 5 speed manual for $19,100. They advertise in the Allentown Morning Call paper with prices changing weekly. Last week prices were:
Forester X manual $17,999
Legacy 2.5SE SDN manual $19,600
Outback 2.5 manual $21,500
The first dealer I visited (closests to my home)wanted to sell me an '06 Legacy with 5000 miles for $500 off sticker. What a joke! I drove down to Becker and took delivery the same day.
Excellent dealer to do business with. If calling or emailing, reference the Ad in the Morning Call.
PS: If going with the 5 speed, I STRONGLY suggest the Momo short throw shifter availble through the dealer. It gives the car a much better, more sporty driving feel. It make shifting fun, rhather than a chore with the OEM gear shift.
#320 of 1006 Re: Factory-used cars [obscurant]
May 19, 2006 (8:18 pm)
Curry Subaru in New York (Yorktown Heights) has been advertising on the radio lately about the 2006 wind-damage deals.
About those 2005 Outbacks, it is true that there are a bunch of 2005 Outbacks out there that were previously Hertz Rentals (& possibly other rental agencies.) I found this out by telephone calls.
#321 of 1006 Re: Factory-used cars [yoga]
May 22, 2006 (4:38 am)
I'm pretty sure that most of the 2005's are Hertz cars. They seem to be in very good shape mechanically with a few dings, bumper scratches and the interiors need cleaning.
#322 of 1006 Legacy GT sedan...where to hit them?
May 22, 2006 (11:10 am)
I'm in NC and looking to buy a Legacy 2.5GT Limited (5M) sedan, and wondering what I should look for as a good price.
I'm sure it makes a difference that it would most likely involve a dealer trade, but how much of a difference should I figure? And how do I figure the "cost" of the options when it is a dealer trade (i.e. is invoice still really invoice here)?
Finally, I know that the true...i.e. post-rebate...base invoice is $25,9ish, and with the options on most of the stock around here $26,6ish... but are there incentives to the dealer that might be cutting into the cost even more (yes, I know about holdback, but beyond that)?
I think my first number would be $27... curious to know if you think I should legitimately be able to do better.
#323 of 1006 Deal or No Deal?
May 23, 2006 (7:14 pm)
Been to several CT dealers and not a pleasant experience. A big difference from 1993 when I bought my 25th Anniversary Edition Legacy. Recent quote is $20,800 out the door. Includes $2500 May rebate.
$95 transfer fee
$299 conveyance fee (I don't think so!)
I too have noticed a lot of special offers on wind damaged and special direct factory vehicles in NY with attractive prices. Makes me want to head for the border.
#324 of 1006 Deal or No Deal? Part Deux
May 23, 2006 (7:17 pm)
Forgot to add the price quoted is for an 06 SE Sedan(can't afford my dream Limited) and includes one year free oil changes and $1000 trade on my 93 with 164,000 miles.
#325 of 1006 Re: Deal or No Deal? Part Deux [monit]
May 24, 2006 (11:14 am)
Compare with fitzmall.com, though keep in mind we're Mid-Atlantic and you're probably under SoNE's umbrella, where some fees are a tad higher.
Ballpark price sounds right, though, what tranny is that?
#326 of 1006 Re: Deal or No Deal? Part Deux [monit
May 24, 2006 (12:32 pm)
Automatic. Thanks for the info!
#327 of 1006 Re: Deal or No Deal? Part Deux [monit [monit]
May 25, 2006 (4:29 am)
That rebate could go away this month, your choice. I think you may be able to do a little better.