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Subaru Outback, Wagon, SUV
#1922 of 3458 2009 Outback Special Edition $21,750
Aug 11, 2009 (7:29 pm)
We bought our 2009 Outback Special Edition with iPod connection for $21,750 from Subaru Puente Hills in Industry Hills, California. This includes the $2000 dealer incentive from Subaru. We bought on July 24, 2009.
The next day we went on a trip from Southern California to Lake Tahoe. Only flaws were the driver's side weather stripping was installed poorly, cold start is rough, and the iPod controls on the dash are not iPod intuitive.
Combined MPG averaged 26 Highway + City and the air conditioning on. The dealer said they'll replace the weather stripping. Very nice dealer.
Thanks to all who have posted! Helped with the negotiations.
#1923 of 3458 Please don't do it! Subaru buyers are smart enough to wait...
Aug 16, 2009 (7:49 pm)
Man, it's a jungle out there. Shopped hard the last 2 weeks to find a basic Outback 2.5i or lower trim level Premium version. Dealers at Gwinnett Place offerred Edmunds value for my 2008 low miles trade but wanted MSRP for a "stripper" 2.5i with manual. Give me a break!
Other dealers are out of everything but white or dark gray/black cars. Lots of comments about how hot the Outback is right now, they're talking about cancelling the Tribeca cause the Outback is selling so well, yadda, yadda. A month ago just before CARS hit, I was offered around $400 over invoice for a new Outback (plus options) but they complained about meeting Edmunds trade value because "the used car market was so bad". I know I'm giving the dealer a $3,000 total deal where they already had a buyer for the trade and they still want more. Time to put my new car lust back in the holster and wait until the $2 billion from CARS works it's way out of the system. Be careful out there folks.
#1924 of 3458 Re: Compete with myself [204meca]
Aug 17, 2009 (11:36 am)
Well, at least those people bought a much more fuel efficient car than they would have otherwise.
#1925 of 3458 2010 3.6R Limited
Aug 17, 2009 (7:20 pm)
Just quoted 33965 for a 2010 3.6R Limited with bumper cover, dimmer, and splash. The only one with nav in new england. MSRP is 35093. How have others done for this rare car?
#1926 of 3458 Re: 2010 3.6R Limited [maf1]
Aug 18, 2009 (7:35 am)
I've seen others near MSRP so right now that's probably not a bad price.
Still, if you can wait for C4C to end...
#1927 of 3458 used 09 outback
Aug 19, 2009 (8:28 pm)
Anyone know what a good price for an 09 Outback SE Automatic goes for with about 7500 mi on it.What would be my OTD price be .Wondering in IL. Thanks
#1928 of 3458 Re: used 09 outback 
Aug 20, 2009 (6:46 am)
I'd say about 15% less than a new one would cost.
#1929 of 3458 PRICE PAID FOR 2010 3.6R LIMITED
Aug 24, 2009 (6:12 am)
I bought my 2010 3.6R Limited Outback at Concordville Nissan/Subaru in Glen Mills, PA (about 25-miles outside of Philadelphia). The options included the convenience and protection package 1A, auto-mirror with compass and cargo net. The list was 32, 500. The invoice was appx. 30,200.00. We got it for 29,200.00
#1930 of 3458 Re: PRICE PAID FOR 2010 3.6R LIMITED [redsoxfan8]
Aug 24, 2009 (6:03 pm)
Good informative post. Did you order or buy off inventory?
#1931 of 3458 Re: PRICE PAID FOR 2010 3.6R LIMITED [surrfurtom]
Aug 25, 2009 (6:21 am)
This vehicle was in the dealership's inventory. They had two 3.6R Limited's on lot and a large number of the 4-cylinder versions.