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Subaru Outback, Wagon, SUV
#2765 of 3458 3.6 Limited by derelicte78
Dec 31, 2010 (8:06 am)
That sounds like a great deal. I have a neighbor who has a 2010 Outback with the 3.6 and she really loves the power. On my Legacy I opted for the 2.5 for a number of reasons but when we replace our sport ute in a few years we go go up an engine size, depending on which transmissions are available.
We cross shopped a list similar to yous, except for the Murano and Highlander, crossed them off 7 years ago when we bought our Lexus RX. At the time we were considering changing out the sport ute. Made the Subaru choice for similar reasons too. I do have a close friend that really loves his CX-7 though, but I don't think it rides as well as the Outback.
#2766 of 3458 Advice on the price here? [rajeshh]
Dec 31, 2010 (8:31 am)
The BDD - 02 (with all weather pkg) is selling in the NW market between $24.4K - $24.8K
The person in SEA to talk to is JS.
His definitive Subaru site.
You can PM me if you need supporting data, but he knows market price point.
#2767 of 3458 Re: Wheel shake problem refuses to go away.... [rdy]
Jan 01, 2011 (12:29 am)
Thanks for pointing me earlier to JS in Seattle. Came across this post of yours on the wheel shake. What is the latest on this? Is this still an issue? Thanks
#2769 of 3458 Re: 2011 3.6R Limited w/Moonroof [derelicte78]
Jan 02, 2011 (5:48 am)
#2770 of 3458 2011 2.5i Prem w/ AWP/Audio/Moonroof
Jan 13, 2011 (8:23 am)
Just purchased the following 2011 Outback to replace wife's '02 Forester (totalled in an accident a week ago - flipped over, did a few 360s and landed on the roof; wife walked out with a few scratches from the glass and in high spirits!).
2011 Outback 2.5i Premium
Bunch of cargo nets (rear seat-back, rear, rear-side)
MSRP (incld. PZEV & Destination) $30,266
Dealer price: $27,500
Out of door: $30,100
Got the 2.9% APR for 72 months (same for 36-60months). Will probably pay-off sooner.
Dealer was Kearny Mesa Subaru in San Diego. Test drove the cars from them, called around a few places for pricing - they easily matched it. Perhaps I gave in too early, may have gotten another $500 off?
But we are *very* happy with the car and the deal.
Anyone knows if the car comes with a wire for the auxillary input or do we need to buy it?
#2771 of 3458 Re: 2011 2.5i Prem w/ AWP/Audio/Moonroof [2xsubaru]
Jan 13, 2011 (8:35 am)
That sounds like a good price. While you *might* have managed a little more, it likely would have made the process more difficult and likely not worth the effort.
The cord is not included. If the aux port is a mini connection, a 6' cord generally runs about $7 at an electronics or department store.
#2772 of 3458 Re: 2011 2.5i Prem w/ AWP/Audio/Moonroof [xwesx]
Jan 13, 2011 (8:38 am)
C'mon wes, he walks away from a rollover unharmed and you talk about the price he paid!?
Glad you were OK!
#2773 of 3458 Re: 2011 2.5i Prem w/ AWP/Audio/Moonroof [ateixeira]
Jan 13, 2011 (9:17 am)
Been there, done that; I know what a Subaru can do!
#2774 of 3458 help needed: 2011 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium w/All-Weather Pkg
Jan 15, 2011 (3:28 am)
new in anchorage and looking for an Outback in anchorage. only one dealer here sell new Subaru.
any idea about how much will be the best offer if i paying cash?