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Subaru B9 Tribeca, SUV
May 21, 2009 (1:03 pm)
Interested in 2009 Tribeca Limited. Many NJ dealers have them on their lots(new & used) and some of them have not moved for awhile. Sales data for this model appears to be on the decline(-59%). Contacted several dealers expecting heavy discounts, but that does not appear to be the case. The best price I got so far was 31k for 7pass limited w/nav and 28.9k for 5pass limited no nav plus TTL. Considering that many appear to be still on the lots, are bigger discounts possibly on the way or is this as good as it will get? I've even considered a 2008 or 2009 CPO low mileage, if the price is right. Any suggestions?
#824 of 862 Re: 2009 Tribeca [isuzutruck]
May 22, 2009 (7:11 am)
The prices are pretty good. I think the lowest I've seen for a new one is about $27k, and that's not a Limited, so $28.9k is probably close to the best price you'll see. You may do slightly better.
They are bargains used to I would check those out, but try to get an 08 for the 3.6l boxer.
#825 of 862 2006 Tribeca - Is this a good deal?
May 22, 2009 (11:14 pm)
I just bought an 06 Tribeca 7-Pass Limited Edition for $17,778 out the door. The price before fees/taxes is $16,300. Is this a good deal? The sticker price was $21K, but it doesn't mean anything when I already expect to haggle with the sales guy. He was nice though.
It has 65K with all leather, 3rd row, Nav, towing package, no DVD, new tires, blue with tan interior. Carfax clean with 1 owner.
I really like this SUV. Been looking at Tribeca for several months now, but never test drive one before. Only test drive this SUV and was sold on it's road control and amenities.
Salt Lake City, UT
May 24, 2009 (11:04 am)
Considering going to CNJ dealership Memorial Day to see what kind of deal they can give me on a new 5 or 7 pass Limited model, preferably w/nav. No specific sales other than free GPS w/ CPO. This dealership had given me late April quotes which were better than other dealerships, however the vehilces are still there. As mentioned before, NJ dealerships appear to have many on their lots, which appear to be not moving. So far, my research has shown low 09' volume sales for this vehicle(Truecar), even w/$2500 rebate-? I am in no immediate need for a car, however I would take advantage, if the deal is good. My question, wait till June or July for bigger discounts, like $10k off msrp or bigger rebate? Also, anyone recently purchased a 2009 Tribeca and would like to share what kind of deal they got? Any suggestions or insights are appreciated.
#827 of 862 Re: 2006 Tribeca - Is this a good deal? [devon5]
May 26, 2009 (11:01 am)
When new that was probably a $32k vehicle, so you got it after 2-3 years for half the price. Heck yeah that's a good deal.
#828 of 862 Re: 2009 Tribeca [isuzutruck]
May 26, 2009 (11:02 am)
Subaru seems to have settled on lower volume rather than continuing to drop prices. This is just a guess but I doubt they will drop significantly.
Then again I was wrong about my Miata - a month after I bought it Mazda did increase incentives.
May 28, 2009 (1:42 pm)
Got dealer quote for a limited 5pass w/nav ,demo w/less than 3k mi, for
32k otd, msrp 36107. Sounds ok, however what would be a reasonable offer? Short time to make decision.
#830 of 862 Re: 2009 Tribeca [isuzutruck]
Jun 04, 2009 (11:31 am)
3000 miles is quite a bit, I bet the warranty is affected and as the date it took effect. I'd expect a bigger discount.
Didn't someone just pay closer to $20 grand for a used 08 with 10k or so miles?
#832 of 862 Good Deal???
Jun 27, 2009 (9:07 pm)
Hi Everyone, I'm considering buying an 06 Tribeca 5 passenger Limited with 19,000 miles. One owner, certified comes with extended power train warranty but not Gold. Purchase price would be 20,400 out the door? Would appreciate your thoughts.