Last post on Sep 11, 2012 at 5:48 AM
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Subaru B9 Tribeca, SUV
#856 of 862 Re: Used 2007's [bfrasure]
Feb 18, 2010 (11:01 am)
For CPO, yes. The process adds about $1200 or so to the dealer's costs, so that's like getting a non-CPO for $17.7k.
#857 of 862 2009 or 2010 Tribeca
May 19, 2010 (9:40 am)
looking for insight from previous Tribeca owners/buyers-
I'm in the northeast and am looking to purchase a Tribeca. These are the 2 I have offers on at the moment:
1.) 2009 Limited with moon roof & remote start. If I purchase this vehicle, they will install the back up camera mirror. It has approx 12,500 miles on it, has had 1 owner and appears to have a clean car fax (not sure I really trust those things!) MSRP is $29,995. First offer dropped down to $28,995, with the statement "I can move a bit"
2.) 2010 Limited w/ moon roof, remote start & back up camera. Dealer demo vehicle with 2,000 miles on it. MSRP (I'm told) is $35k. Was informed by 1 person that the invoice on this vehicle was $33,300, but by another I was told $31,900 (hmmm????) Most recent offer was $31,400. The dealership has informed me this will qualify as a new vehicle, however, there is not much out there for financing incentives or rebates right now.
I'm curious to see what the thoughts of other Tribeca owners are- how much negotiating room do you think I have left here on either. Would I have more room on the 2009 since 1-2 years of the warranty have already passed? What about with the 2010?--that vehicle is almost a year old now? I am in no rush to buy, but now have the itch and would like to make a move by the end of next month...would there be better offers in a month or so as they are trying to make room for 2011's???
#858 of 862 09 Tribeca 7 Pass w/ Nav
Nov 02, 2010 (1:53 am)
Resurrecting an old thread.
This is at a dealership with 27,000 miles on it, it's a clean car, has NAV but no DVD. They're asking $28,990 and it's been dropping about $500 every other week. It's not certified either.
What is think a good price for it be? Looking to get it for $26,000 - $26,500.
#859 of 862 2011 Tribeca Touring
Jun 23, 2011 (8:23 am)
Any1 recently bought one or in the process of buying?
I am looking at rates from 32k for touring to 34k for LTD with Power Moonroof w/ NAV package
#860 of 862 Re: 2006 Tribeca with 85K miles -- Good deal? [lassie]
Sep 10, 2012 (1:33 pm)
Hello I just bought a 2005 Tribeca three months ago. Only 25000 miles on it and paid 15000. Good deal right? Well its in the shop because the gas tank had a crack in it and was leaking gas. $700 mistake. My first Tribeca and I'm totally disappointed! I agree, make sure you get a thorough inspection so you know what maintenance and other fixes you're going to expect
#861 of 862 Re: 2006 Tribeca with 85K miles -- Good deal? [dscole]
Sep 10, 2012 (1:59 pm)
Who sold it to you?
Probably was damaged from running over something.
I wouldn't blame the car itself, it's the seller's fault.
#862 of 862 Re: 2006 Tribeca with 85K miles -- Good deal? [dscole]
Sep 11, 2012 (5:48 am)
Not sure how that makes sense; totally disappointed in the car because previous owner cracked the gas tank and didn't tell you. $15K was a great deal, but $15.7 isn't?
Also, FYI, there was no 2005 model year for Tribeca