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Subaru Legacy, Sedan, Wagon
#808 of 1005 Bought 2010 Legacy 2.5 Limited
Mar 16, 2010 (8:54 pm)
2.5 Limited 4cy CVT Auto w Auto Dim Mirror (homelink and compass)All weather mats, and XM Sat Radio $24,613 plus TTL. True car had the following numbers which matched Edmunds..
TruAverage $ $26,131 (local)
Invoice $ 25,823
TrueCost $ 25,019
I felt this was a very good deal if truecar or edmunds is correct about what other people are really paying. I specifically bought because I wanted a car that looked like the Camry SE, but drove like a Honda Accord with Toyota/Honda/Subaru reliability and had AWD and Hwy mileage over 30 mpg. I just sold my 13 year old Impreza OutbackSport for $2000 with 208,000 miles on it and I bet it will go another 100k easy.
I did luck out that the exact car I wanted arrived at the dealership the day after I contacted dealers for quotes and I closed a deal 4 days later. My guess is they got their $26k and they have 90 days still to pay Subaru.
Was this a good deal or a great deal ?
#809 of 1005 skoman's Legacy Limited
Mar 17, 2010 (7:54 am)
I think I'd call that a great deal. I had some items that you didn't, about $700 more I think, and paid about $850 more than you paid.
Where are you located and what's the name of the Subie store? I'm sure others who are lurking here will patronize them.
#810 of 1005 Re: skoman's Legacy Limited [easypar]
Mar 17, 2010 (9:58 am)
Ganley Subaru of Wickliffe OH is where I bought and they were awesome. Super professional and accomodating, very competitive quote right from the start, valued my business and my time, all around the best dealership experience I ever had.
#811 of 1005 2010 Legacy Limited 3.6r
Mar 27, 2010 (12:43 pm)
Paid $27,000 cash for new car with no accessories, including no sunroof, except for auto-dimming mirror with compass. Price included the transportation charge and full tank of gas. I paid the license, plates, and registration fees.
#812 of 1005 Portland, OR area
Jun 19, 2010 (1:40 pm)
It's my first time experiencing Subaru and I must say I like it quite a bit, after comparing it to VW sportswagon TDI and Ford Fusion Hybrid. I'm looking to buy Prem PZE CVT of either 2010 or 2011. I went to Carr dealer yesterday but they're asking for 3000 OVER suggested retail price for the 2010, which I thought is ridiculous. Does anyone have good experience with a dealer/salesperson in the Portland, Oregon area?
#813 of 1005 Portland OR area.
Jun 19, 2010 (7:07 pm)
What the heck? Over MSRP for the 2010s, when they have 2011s on their lot! Craziness. I have no recommendations for Portland but I do recall some discussion on here a couple of months back. Check the Outback prices paid forum as well.
I was in my local dealer today and my salesman told me that Legacy and Outbacks are flying out the door, but he still said he'd discount a '10 or an '11 for me if my wife was interested in the Outback. Since my Legacy ($2700 +/- off of MSRP) is only 6 months old we're not looking to replace my wife's Lexus for a couple of more years.
Good luck on your hunt.
#814 of 1005 2010 Legacy 2.5 premium pze cvt+sunroof: 22,500
Jun 19, 2010 (10:33 pm)
MSRP 24900 and invoice 24000. Is it a good deal? It's almost as basic as I can get. Should I get it or wait for the 2011? Has anyone purchased similar models and how much did you pay?
#815 of 1005 Premium Legacy
Jun 20, 2010 (6:30 pm)
On a basic model like that I think 1500 under invoice is pretty good. The '11 Outbacks are on the lot where I am (Colorado) and other than the outside mirror I don't see any change. If you want a Legacy now I'd go for it.
#816 of 1005 2010 Legacy 2.5GT Limited
Jul 03, 2010 (5:10 pm)
Hello everyone. I'm in the market for a 2010 Legacy 2.5GT Limited with Moonroof and Nav. I'm a VIP member, so I can get the car at invoice price, which is about 2500 under sticker. I have a few questions, however. Can I do better than that on a 2010? Second, I have heard that there is a Volume Incentive on the GT's. So, if the dealership sells one, they get $xxxx, sell two in a month and get more, etc.
From what I've read, I am eligible for any regional dealer and factory incentives. Does this mean that I should get that volume incentive too? I'm not being told that the dealer gets this incentive by my sales rep, so how do I figure it out. Can I actually call Subaru to find out?
Also, I'm being low balled by about $1700 on a trade in. They should EASILY be able to pay it off, but are about $1300 under my payoff. Any suggestions for pushing that number somewhat higher? Thanks in advance.
#817 of 1005 price for 2011 legacy
Jul 09, 2010 (1:00 pm)
How much is a good selling price (not include destination charge, tax, title etc) for a 2011 legacy? Should it be above or below the invoice price?
I am in Southern California. How much should the OTD price be? Thanks.
This is what I am looking for: