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Subaru Baja, Truck, SUV
Aug 07, 2003 (12:26 pm)
...or makes others wish they waited. I would have saved $5k. =-)
Dec 29, 2003 (9:51 am)
I am looking at 2003 Baja Sport. What experiences can you share, good and bad? Is it worth the extra $ to wait for a 2004 Baja Sport?
Is it worth extra $ to get turbo?
Dec 29, 2003 (10:54 am)
The 2004 is an inch higher, that's the main change, besides color schemes.
If you're not getting the turbo, I'd take the $2000 incentive on the 2003s, that's a better deal.
#8 of 44 What Portland Dealer?
Jan 22, 2004 (9:20 am)
I was wondering which Portland Dealer had $16,995 price listed for the 2003 Baja?
Feb 03, 2004 (12:29 pm)
Carr Subaru in Beaverton. Ad was Friday, August 1, 2003 and was good until Sat. Aug. 2 at 2pm.
#10 of 44 '03 sport $15995./good deal?
Feb 07, 2004 (4:23 pm)
new to all this folks- am looking at a 2003 sport with A/T,,moonroof deflector,soft tonneau,and 'active lifestyle pkg #1' (ie: speaker upgrade,tweeter/subwoofer,bed extender,and splash guards).5500 miles. listed at $15995.sticker says $23815. Dealer has loaned it to me for the past 2 days and it seems to meet my needs.Silver color.Does this seem like a fair price?The previous owner said he only got rid of it 'cause he had to haul grandkids around.Should I look out for anything?will the changes in '05 subarus make this an orphan?
Feb 09, 2004 (8:25 am)
Price is amazing. Cheapest I ever saw for a new one was $18k, even then with 5500 miles that's a hefty discount. If you like it, go for it.
#14 of 44 need advice w/price
Jun 29, 2004 (10:53 pm)
how much would any of you buy a 2004 automatic baja for? I'm trying to haggle a deal with the dealers and get it down to $20800 at the most. Is this reasonable? There is currently a $1000 rebate I'm trying to take advatage of.
Juice - are you there? Do you think anything under $21,000 is a good price for a 2004 baja?