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Subaru Legacy, Sedan, Wagon
#451 of 1005 Re: 2007 Subaru Legacy Wagon 2.5i Limited [hunter18]
Sep 23, 2006 (9:29 pm)
Ah, it includes TT&L... depending on the tax rate in your state, that $24,500 may be a very good price. Where I'm at, the taxes & fees end up adding about 10% onto the cost of the vehicle. If you're similarly taxed, they'd already be offering you a price well below invoice before the tax is applied. Even at the end of model years, I think the most I've seen a Legacy or Outback discounted is about $1200 below invoice before rebates... if your taxes are similar to mine, it sounds like they're already offering you something in that ballpark.
Getting invoice minus rebate minus TTL would be hard to do unless you're in a state with very low taxes.
#452 of 1005 Re: 2007 Subaru Legacy Wagon 2.5i Limited [jeffmc]
Sep 24, 2006 (4:50 am)
Sales tax in VA is 5%.
The dealer initially offered a $23,499 figure PLUS taxes, title, tags and $175 processing fee. I'm assuming the $750 rebate was figured in there somewhere so I asked him for a bottom line, out-the-door price with everything factored in.
His final figure came to the $24,506.72 price ($173 over Edmund's invoice figure of $24,333).
#454 of 1005 2007 Legacy GT Limited Price paid.
Oct 21, 2006 (7:06 pm)
Today, I bought a 2007 Legacy GT Limted in Bloomington Indiana. The price paid was $14 over edmunds invoice. The options were appearance package (can't remeber the # but spoiler, shock sensor, mats(both kinds), and compass mirror with homelink, and adjustable arm rest.) The car is black with black leather. So far I'm thrilled. had 15 miles on it when purchased.
#455 of 1005 not finding the Legacy at dealers
Nov 05, 2006 (9:00 am)
The closest dealer to me has 0 Legacy models on the lot (plenty of Outbacks and B9's though). The 2nd closest dealer has 1 leftover '06 spec B and an '07 Legacy 2.5i SE. What gives? I'd like to toy with the idea of trading in my F-XT for an '07 GT, at least to test drive one. But, nothing to test drive makes that part difficult...
#456 of 1005 Re: not finding the Legacy at dealers [subearu]
Nov 05, 2006 (3:51 pm)
Sales numbers are up so high they can't keep 'em on the lots.
Really, though, that's weird, especially w/winter fast-approaching in your neck of the woods. Maybe Legacy allocations are going to the coasts and/or urban areas more?
#457 of 1005 Re: not finding the Legacy at dealers [jeffmc]
Nov 05, 2006 (8:33 pm)
Not to mention they (Subaru) are in the middle of their "guaranteed trade-in program" as well. Plus, at least in the Legacy forums here, the banner ads are for the Legacy.
I guess winter sales are probably more Outback/Forester/Tribeca oriented around here anyway.
This Subaru dealer also sells Honda and Toyota and Scion at the same location, and their storage lot in the rear of the dealership is actually quite empty. It's a big dealership in the area with another location that has Nissan and Hyundai.
#458 of 1005 Re: not finding the Legacy at dealers [subearu]
Nov 06, 2006 (12:37 pm)
Do you have to get a mailer to qualify for that? I wonder what they'd give us for the 02 Legacy L, 44k miles. Wish there was a web site where you could get those values without having to go to a dealer.
#459 of 1005 Re: not finding the Legacy at dealers [ateixeira]
Nov 06, 2006 (1:40 pm)
You can check here. If you exceed max milage limit (on corresponding MY), they will knock off $0.20/mile.
#460 of 1005 Re: not finding the Legacy at dealers [slazenger]
Nov 06, 2006 (1:49 pm)
I don't have a MY that matches the offer, but I am curious as to how fair you think the GTP prices are? About what other dealers would offer in trade - or better?