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Subaru Outback, Wagon, SUV
#3320 of 3393 Re: Bought a 2013 Outback Premium with moonroof [buddynh]
Dec 18, 2012 (6:08 pm)
Looks like a great Loaded up Outback, with even the big engine! She will have the Boss OB for sure.
My guestimate on your purchase price will wind up a little under the $34,000 mark. (plus the usual ttl's and Lord know what else they will try and stick you with)
Good Luck and be strong!
#3321 of 3393 Outback 2.5 Li with eyesight package: $30,909?
Dec 19, 2012 (8:25 pm)
I have a quote for the following vehicle in the CT/MA/NJ area. Does this sound like a fair deal?
I am looking for Outback 2.5i Limited (PZEV) with:
1) options: Moonroof/NAV/EyeSight
2) accessories: Rear setback protectors, body side moldings, splash guards, wheel arch moldings, moonroof air deflector
Out the door price: 33,240
Doc/Title Prep: 249
#3322 of 3393 2013 Outback Limited with Package 04 - $27,500 in CA
Dec 23, 2012 (8:41 am)
I have gotten a lot of useful information from this forum and feel that now I should give something back.
I just bought a 2013 Outback Limited with moonroof, rear seat protector, rear bumper protector and splash guards (Package 04) for $27,500 plus TTL. The dealer is Livermore Subaru in northern California.
I emailed several dealers with my exact requirements; turned out most of them had the one in stock. After that it was just a matter of finalizing the price. I negotiated the deal over email. First time had a phone or in person contact was yesterday when I went to sign the papers and pick up the car. They had offered me the going financing promotion (0.9% for 48 months) but I got a better rate (0.49%) through my credit union.
The transaction went very smoothly. They had the car ready and did not try to upsell me at all. I did have to wait 20 minutes for the finance guy to process my paperwork since he was with another customer. But overall it was a very positive experience thanks to the power of Internet.
#3323 of 3393 Re: 2013 Outback Limited with Package 04 - $27,500 in CA [eastbayflyer]
Dec 25, 2012 (12:02 pm)
You, sir have received one of the best deals that I have read...so far.
Can you please tell me the name of the dealer? I live in Portland Oregon and perhaps I can find a way to have it shipped here.
#3324 of 3393 Re: 2013 Outback Limited with Package 04 - $27,500 in CA [gopey]
Dec 26, 2012 (6:49 pm)
From eastbayflyer's message: The dealer is Livermore Subaru in northern California.
#3325 of 3393 Re: 2013 Outback Limited with Package 04 - $27,500 in CA [eastbayflyer]
Dec 27, 2012 (11:54 am)
I'm getting similar quotes from dealers on the Peninsula (Northern CA) as well.
I'm trying to decide between a 2.5 and 3.6 Limited. I'm getting these quotes:
2.5 Limited w/moonroof and a few minor accessories: $27.6 (MSRP $32.1, invoice: $29.9)
3.6 Limited w/moonroof and a few minor accessories: $29.9 (MSRP $34.8, invoice: $32.3)
It looks pretty good to me. Anyone have any luck getting just the base 3.6 (with or w/o moonroof)?
#3326 of 3393 Re: 2013 Outback Limited with Package 04 - $27,500 in CA [JPham]
Dec 27, 2012 (3:10 pm)
#3327 of 3393 Re: 2013 Outback Limited with Package 04 - $27,500 in CA [ateixeira]
Dec 27, 2012 (5:37 pm)
Yes, in the end, I went with the H6 limited. It was quieter than the 2.5 and that power is too hard to resist.
Putnam Subaru and Serramonte Subaru both had similar pricing for anyone in Northern CA. I went with the guy closest to home. In and out, no tricks, no hard sell, 1.9% financing, TT&L and $80 doc fee is all. Ping me if you need more info.
#3328 of 3393 Re: 2013 Outback Limited with Package 04 - $27,500 in CA [JPham]
Dec 27, 2012 (5:39 pm)
Congrats, a great car for under 30k, hard to do nowadays.
#3329 of 3393 Outback Special Appearance
Dec 27, 2012 (9:34 pm)
I'm almost commited to a new Subaru. Never owned one. Looking at the 3.6 with special appearance package. One thing i'm a bit hesitant with is the keyless starter. I'm coming from a BMW and am really fearful of all the electronic gizmos that can fail, especially when it comes to starting the car. But I really love the saddle brown leather. Anyone have an opinion on the reliability of the keyless starter. I know it is new for Subaru, but I guess i wonder what is involved in one and what could possibly/likely fail.