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Subaru B9 Tribeca, SUV
Aug 19, 2009 (7:22 pm)
I just purchased an '09 Tribeca 5-Passenger SE (options are wheel locks, mud flaps, and dimming mirror w/ compass) for 26983 in Maryland.
#844 of 862 Re: 09 Tribeca 5-Pass SE [paul69mustang]
Aug 20, 2009 (7:47 am)
Congrats. The 6% state tax you paid will be tax deductible so keep that paperwork.
#845 of 862 Re: Tribeca [green11]
Sep 14, 2009 (12:09 pm)
why did you choose the Murano over the Tribeca? I'm considering both also.
#846 of 862 09 Tribeca pricing?
Nov 06, 2009 (12:23 am)
I see there are two 3k rebates available for the 09 Tribeca, looks like this year model is in tight supply, at least here in So Cal, but if I can locate the one I like, what would be a good price to pay? Sticker minus 6k?
#847 of 862 Re: 09 Tribeca pricing? [valdemar]
Nov 06, 2009 (9:50 am)
Sounds about right, but work from dealer cost upward, not from MSRP down.
#848 of 862 09 7-pass Ltd w/Nav
Nov 07, 2009 (1:32 am)
Looks like I got one of the last 7-passenger 09s here in SoCal, 7k under sticker 30.5k, with puddle lights, auto-dimming mirror, rear bumber cover, and backup sensors. Not bad IMO. I really like the car, it drives much better than the hyped Mazda CX-9 and better interior materials too.
#849 of 862 Re: 09 7-pass Ltd w/Nav [valdemar]
Dec 11, 2009 (8:38 pm)
how is the car working out for you?
#850 of 862 2006 Tribeca with 85K miles -- Good deal?
Feb 10, 2010 (11:55 pm)
second owner offers a 2006 Tribeca with 85K miles for $10500 with the extended warranty (up to 100K miles). Hows does that sound? Is it a good deal. What should I pay attention to when inspecting? Thanks!
#851 of 862 Re: 2006 Tribeca with 85K miles -- Good deal? [lassie]
Feb 11, 2010 (6:40 am)
That's the lowest price I've ever seen on a Tribeca, so I think so.
The warranty offers huge piece of mind in this case. I sold a car with a little left on its 100k mile warranty and the buyer told me that was the #1 selling point.
In fact you have 15k miles to change your mind, I think the warranty would still transfer over.
Take a good test drive and look for any steering/suspension issues, noises. Turn the radio off and open the windows to listen for any unusual drivetrain noises. Check the engine block for oil stains - at the gaskets, front and rear main seats, etc.
Then ask for receipts for service. Without that, the warranty may not be valid to begin with.
Best of luck!
Feb 16, 2010 (11:00 am)
I am looking at a couple of used 2007's and wonder what members might think of these deals?
2007 limited 5 passenger
1 owner with carfax
listed at a dealer for $19,900
I really like the color of this one but it has 53K miles.
They are willing to factory certify it but have indicated to do so that can not move on the price.
2007 limited 5 passenger
original private seller asking $20,500, indicating he will take $19,500
I don't like the color of this one (white)
Thoughts or opinions?