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Subaru Legacy, Sedan, Wagon
#925 of 1010 Re: Subaru Legacy Purchase Price [flats]
Nov 03, 2011 (5:08 am)
I got a way better price than VIP pricing. Work the phone and you can save a lot more.
#926 of 1010 Re: Subaru Legacy Purchase Price [kps3]
Nov 03, 2011 (5:59 am)
That's great, and I'm not saying the VIP program is the end all be all. But it may be advantageous to use in certain areas of the country for brand new model years that are in high demand.
#927 of 1010 Re: Subaru Legacy Purchase Price [flats]
Nov 03, 2011 (8:42 am)
Like Alaska, for instance.
#928 of 1010 Help! Good quote for a 2012 Legacy GT w/ Options??
Nov 03, 2011 (10:02 am)
I know I have seen some people posting about how they payed a "a few" grand under invoice for the new lgt's however I am wondering what the actual amount is for a good price on a brand new 2012 LGT? Are they saying invoice is MSRP or invoice is the price the dealer pays?
Current Quote price with the following options:
2012 Subaru LGT
-Trunk Lip Spoiler
-Auto Dim Mirror w/ Homelink
-All Weather Mats
-Interior Illumination Kit
-Trunk Cargo Tray
MSRP on Quote = $33,613
Dealer Discount = $ 2,302
Out the door price with Sales Tax, title, etc. = $33,414
From my discussion w/ the salesman, I might be able to get it a few hundred more off however the price is pretty fixed.
I live in Michigan (sales tax = 6%) so I don't know if that helps w/ regional pricing differences.
I feel like the Subaru VIP program may be the right option considering I have to order the car from the dealer. This means I cannot just drive it off the lot and bargain accordingly(its not like the car has been sitting on their lot). I will have to wait to march w/ my 6 months... How sure is it that it is 2% off the Dealer Invoice? and not just a savings off MSRP?
What do you think would be a reasonable out the door price for the LGT w/ the above options?? I am not interested in completely robbing the dealer b/c I see myself purchasing from them in the future however I don't want to give up a few thousand for nothing...
I always told myself that I would never purchase a new car however with the high price and low supply of the LGT's I feel like it is easy to justify buying brand new, especially w/ dealer financing... I have tried considering other vehicles however I keep on coming back to the LGT. I need an all season car. All Wheel drive, manual, turbochargered, which fits 4 comfortably.
Please feel free to share your opinion on the price, additional options I have opted for, or anything else. I have been driving a 93 Honda Accord since I was 16 (now 22) so this will be my 1st new car Hence why I am so clueless on all of this stuff. Thank you ahead of time, I really appreciate the help!
#929 of 1010 Re: Help! Good quote for a 2012 Legacy GT w/ Options?? [salomonskier]
Nov 06, 2011 (5:41 am)
I can get fairly close to the exact MSRP by adding options on truecar.com. I'm not sure of the exact model and package combos, but I can come up with a MSRP(sticker) of $33,653. Factory invoice on that is $31,101, and dealer cost is $30,114. There are two offers from local dealerships, with no haggling. for $30,651. I just paid $400 BELOW DEALER COST for mine. If the same holds true for you, you should be able to pay in the $29,000's somewhere. Go to www.grandsubaru.com and email them for a quote. I bet it would be worth your drive over to IL.
#930 of 1010 Re: Help! Good quote for a 2012 Legacy GT w/ Options?? [salomonskier]
Nov 06, 2011 (8:00 am)
The Legacy GT had $5,000 on the hood from Subaru 1 year ago, I guess they must be selling better now?
#931 of 1010 2012 legacy LTD with options
Nov 07, 2011 (8:15 am)
I just signed deal. I got 2012 Legacy LTD with starter, shock sensor and all-weather floor mats and fog lights (standartd in 2012 LTD) for 26k before TTL on a car with MSRP $28475 with options. It is without Subaru VIP program. $26300 price was common among dealers in my area (NJ, NY, CT), but only one went below (no dealer's conveyance fee made the difference)
#932 of 1010 2012 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited
Nov 14, 2011 (10:16 pm)
Just got back from Cochran Subaru outside Pittsburgh, PA with my parents.
We were able to purchase a new 2012 Legacy 2.5i Limited PZEV. MSRP $27,891. Automatic, Moonroof, rear-view mirror & cargo net.
My father had printed off Guaranteed Trade in Value for his 10 Legacy 2.5i Premium for $19,100 before we went. They bought that car new 2 years ago for around $22k
Shelly came back to the table with their first offer of $19,100 trade in (actually Subaru was purchasing their trade) and $2,000 dealer discount. (True car had showed that a good deal was about $1,000 off sticker)
Dealer Disc -$ 2,000
PA Tax 6% $ 407.46
Document Fee $ 206
#933 of 1010 Re: 2012 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited [2011optimasx]
Nov 16, 2011 (11:11 am)
May I ask you: Did you fianance the new car purchase? If you did at what rate through the dealer or Subaru?
#934 of 1010 Current Legacy GT offer
Nov 22, 2011 (1:11 pm)
Hey, I went through the same dealership as Salomonskier and got the same deal as he did, but he hasn't updated his with what his signed at.
2012 Legacy GT
-Short throw shifter
-Trunk lip spoiler
-Homelink mirror w/ compass
-Interior illumination kit
-All weather mats
Sale price $29,822 + 6% tax $190 document fee and $23 total license and fee = $31, 835 OTD.
Salomonskier was ~ $100 more for the splash guards and trunk cargo thing.
No other dealership would really even try to compete with it, so I feel like it's a pretty great deal.