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Subaru Outback, Wagon, SUV
#3352 of 3459 Re: 2013 Outback Limited [vtkahns]
Jan 16, 2013 (2:58 pm)
Thats not a bad price at all. I paid 27,300 for the same car. I was being picky about the color and the dealer had to get one from another location. I got a few additional items like the wheel well arches, seat back protectors and side moldings. I was a little miffed because the only reason we got a moon roof was because we wanted the backup camera. . I think the premium + awp is the best bang for the buck. Moonroof, Leather, HK + nav are where they are making a big profit.
#3353 of 3459 Re: Dealers not budging [cliffpoz]
Jan 17, 2013 (7:51 am)
There are no current incentives - but you can still shop - I went to 4 dealers and there was a $1785 difference between the high and low offers (2.5i premium with all-weather and option pkg 1b).
#3354 of 3459 Re: 2013 2.5i Premium CVT w/ All Weather Package [scooter76]
Jan 21, 2013 (8:09 pm)
I do not now whether you are still looking for an Outback, but Walser Subaru has this one listed:
2.5i Premium CVT with AWP and Moonroof Package for $24,998
A tad under $25,000 for a 2.5i Premium with the AWP and Moonroof Package seems like an amazingly good deal. And as always with this dealership, this is the price (no negotiation).
#3355 of 3459 2013 Outback 2.5 Limited Moonroof/NAV/Eyesight
Feb 02, 2013 (7:00 am)
This week I purchased an 2013 2.5 Limited Moonroof/NAV/Eyesight from a dealer in Atlanta. The car had some small accessory add-ons. MSRP was 34,500 before the add-ons. I paid $31,500.
This is my first Subaru and the fourth car I've purchased from a dealer. With my other three car buying experiences I was able to really beat up the dealers. My negotiations have lasted as long as two weeks over a single car. This was completely different. Over the 10 day process of finding the car I wanted and arranging financing I noticed that every car I was interested in would sell just after I would get my quote (online). It eventually became very difficult to actually find the car I wanted in the Atlanta area.
My takeaway from this is that Subaru's (or possibly just Outbacks) appear to really sell themselves. I might have been able to shave off a couple extra hundred $$ off my purchase price. However, at the end of the day I feel good about what I paid. The dealer provided great customer service and really fought for my business. I hope they made some $$$. One thing is for sure -- I am a happy first time Outback owner.
Thanks to everyone who posted on this board. This was a great research tool.
#3356 of 3459 2013 Outback in New Mexico
Feb 03, 2013 (8:24 pm)
Traded in a 2007 Camry Hybrid (they gave me my target price after some discussion).
2013 2.5i Outback Premium (auto CVT) with all weather package and package 1A (bumper guard/alloy wheel lock kit/splash guards/auto dim mirror with compass) for $25,500 before TTL.
Very happy with the car and buying experience (Galles & Davis Subaru in Albuquerque)
#3357 of 3459 Re: 2013 Outback in New Mexico [mlx_john]
Feb 04, 2013 (6:55 am)
Ever go up to Taos? I'm sure the AWD will come in handy. Often.
#3358 of 3459 Re: 2013 Outback in New Mexico [ateixeira]
Feb 04, 2013 (9:26 am)
Yes, Angel Fire as well (mountain biker). My two kids have just started skiing (I forgot how much fun it is/it's been years).
It was actually a recent ski trip that led to us getting the outback.
We went to Red River NM. For the weekend in the Camry. An unexpected snowstorm rolled through and the road conditions were pretty bad for a bit. We decided that since we are going to be skiing more often (Sandia Ski Area is 45 minutes away, Santa Fe is hour and a half) and we also likevto camp/backpack every year, it was time to get a more capable vehicle. After some research and test drives of numerous AWD vehicles, the Subaru was the obvious choice.
#3359 of 3459 Re: 2013 Outback in New Mexico [mlx_john]
Feb 04, 2013 (10:01 am)
I like my Sienna, don't get me wrong, but it's not good in the snow. Traction control only gets in the way, I usually turn it off.
Better yet, I steal the keys for my wife's Forester.
#3360 of 3459 Re: Outback 2.5 Li with eyesight package: $30,909? [samyj]
Mar 03, 2013 (7:54 am)
Samyi, I found this very interesting. I am currently negotiating with a dealer for the same vehicle and they are not close to this offer.
I was wondering if you ever pulled the trigger on this deal and the dealer honored it. If so, how are you enjoying the car and, in particular, the eyesight features.
Finally, would you be willing to share the name and location of your dealer. Thanks for any information you can provide.
#3361 of 3459 Thank You Edmunds.com
Mar 07, 2013 (6:52 pm)
I just want to thank Edmunds.com on their internet pricing through their Premier Dealers. Very simple process. I received pricing from five dealers within a 60 mile radius of the bay area on Sunday and it was well worth it. Just purchasd a white 2013 Outback Limited 2.5 with SAP, list $34,159 and best price was $29,705 which included destination. Other dealers told me they could not touch it so I think the deal was decent. Financed a small portion at .9%. Price was about $500 less than Truecar.com.
Great reviews and advice on this forum. We look forward to driving our first Subaru this Saturday when we pick it up.