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#399 of 538 new owner Outback 2.5 premium
Apr 05, 2011 (9:24 pm)
Just got home from the dealership. Picked up a 2011 outback 2.5 premium, all weather package
sale price 25,235
money factor .00130
42 months 10,000 mi.
dealer said I stole the car monthly payment is 355/mo. including taxes 8.25% I am pretty sure I ended up a couple hundred under invoice.
Barber Subaru in Ventura Tom the sales manager was really great to work with!
Thanks to this site I got a great deal
#400 of 538 2011 Subaru Outback 3.6R - MF and Residual?
Apr 11, 2011 (8:41 pm)
Anyone know the MF and Residual for a 2011 Outback 3.6R 15,000 miles? The salesman verbally mentioned a 60% residual which seems extremely high.
#401 of 538 Re: 2011 Subaru Outback 3.6R - MF and Residual? [mikesd1]
Apr 13, 2011 (10:15 pm)
Here's what I'm being quoted in Los Angeles...
2011 Subaru Outback 3.6R
Auto-Dim Mirror w/Compass & Homelink
Rear Bumper Cover
Rear Vision Camera
Rear Chrome Garnish
36 / 15K
Money Factor: 0.00100
Initial Cap Cost $32,211
$1,022.83 OOP includes 1st mo + ancillaries
$479 / mo + tax
#402 of 538 Re: 2011 Subaru Outback 3.6R - MF and Residual? [bcampbell001]
Apr 14, 2011 (5:32 am)
reply: nj 2011 outback3.6 limited with moon and nav, 36/15k mileage 2000 out of pocket 494 monthly
#403 of 538 Outback 2.5i May numbers
May 04, 2011 (7:08 am)
Car_Man, do you mind posting the May lease numbers (MF plus Residual) for a base Outback 2.5i w/AUTO.
#404 of 538 May 2011 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium
May 10, 2011 (10:01 am)
Dear Car Man,
Could you please let me know what the MF and RV for May 2011 are for a Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited? Also, what is the invoice on an Outback like this?
#405 of 538 Better to buy or seek alternatives?
May 10, 2011 (3:50 pm)
I am looking to lease an Outback (4cl Premium), but based on what people are putting in the thread it seems kind of expensive. Are the following better alternatives? (I live in Houston)
1. Dealer willing to sell Outback at $1000 below invoice.
2. Honda is advertising Pilot for $350/month for base model for 36 months, 12K miles per year, nothing down nothing for inception (bigger and more room - which are not big factors, but no AWD and not the best mileage).
3. Honda is advertising Odyssey for same as #2 price and terms.
4. Toyota Highlander also base model for $400/month 36 months, 12K per year.
To me a car is a car, just want something safe with reasonable mileage. Wife already has a minivan so #3 is not the best option, but can live with it if the deal is that good.
Your input is appreciated.
#406 of 538 Re: Better to buy or seek alternatives? [jdg9675]
May 12, 2011 (9:50 am)
Get something different, to meet different needs.
If the van is not AWD, go with the Outback or an AWD Pilot/Highlander.
That might help narrow it down.
Outback will probably have the lowest operating costs - the fuel savings alone....
#407 of 538 Re: Better to buy or seek alternatives? [ateixeira]
May 12, 2011 (8:16 pm)
Thanks for the response ateixeira. AWD is obviously nice, but is it necessary if I don't live where it snows?
#408 of 538 Re: Outback 2.5i May numbers [radude]
by Car_man HOST
May 15, 2011 (4:28 pm)
I don't mind at all, radude. Subaru's May buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a base 2011 Outback 2.5i with 15,000 miles per year are .00120 and 52%, respectively.
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