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#961 of 1005 2013 Legacy Limited $28.400
Oct 07, 2012 (8:14 pm)
I just bought a 2013 Legacy Limited w/moonroof/nav/eyesight and a few misc items. MSRP 31408 and my price was 28400.
#962 of 1005 Re: 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sedan, 4 door [blin279]
Oct 08, 2012 (5:08 pm)
Thanks, the 2012 came w/the all weather package option 2 and a spoiler. The salesman were great, no hassle, no pressure...Balise in Warwick, RI was a great place-definetly a place to refer!!!
#963 of 1005 Re: 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sedan, 4 door [blin279]
Oct 10, 2012 (4:25 pm)
Sounds like you guys negotiated a great deal! Just spoke with my mother...she wanted me to ask you if you feel like it's a "hard/rough" ride? She tells me she feels every bump in the road.
#964 of 1005 Re: 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sedan, 4 door [vballplayer30]
Oct 11, 2012 (7:19 am)
Hmm, make sure she airs down the tires. They often come pumped up to prevent flat-spotting.
Legacy is one of the better riding cars in the class.
#965 of 1005 Re: 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sedan, 4 door [vballplayer30]
Oct 11, 2012 (3:48 pm)
Its rough if you are used to a softer ride. I do feel more of the road then the I30 I had.
#966 of 1005 Re: 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Sedan, 4 door [shawa90]
Oct 12, 2012 (6:39 am)
Maybe the previous car owned was a Lexus or Toyota? Those are softer.
#967 of 1005 Good price? 2013 Subaru Legacy
Oct 30, 2012 (4:08 am)
I was hoping to get some advice on whether or not the price I'm paying is a good deal for a 2013 base model Subaru Legacy, automatic. I've been trying to do my research online but it can get a bit confusing, especially when the last dealer I talked to told me that the numbers I'm getting off Edmunds and KBB are incorrect. Iím in VA where the sales tax is 3% and I've been able to get an out the door quote for 21,500 on the e model. I wanted it for 21,300 but was unsuccessful at getting them to budge on the price over the phone. Don't know if I'm being unreasonable or not but I'm ready to buy so 21,500 sounds good to me right now. Any thoughts for a newbie car buyer?
#968 of 1005 Re: Good price? 2013 Subaru Legacy [rybecka]
Oct 30, 2012 (5:34 am)
I know it goes against the rock-bottom thrill of the hunt bargain mentality, but you're only talking $200. If the dealer is located close to you, I wouldn't worry about the last $200, though the comment about Edmunds and KBB does cause some concern. A good dealer would simply state they can't go lower than $X, without disparaging whatever resource you've used.
You'll have to use your judgement about the dealership. Is it the closest to you, and the one you would use for warranty work? If so, I wouldn't worry about the $200. Now if you have to pass two other Subie dealers to get to this one, then I would wonder why you can't get a similar deal at your local store.
#969 of 1005 Re: Good price? 2013 Subaru Legacy [timadams]
Oct 30, 2012 (11:18 am)
Thanks, timadams. I wasn't getting good customer service from this dealership, I had to leave messages on 2 separate occasions to get the sales guy to call me back initially and then he left me hanging for a week but swore up and down he emailed me quotes even though I told him to call me and gave him my work and cell phone number. Never saw those emails by the way... Kind of put me in an argumentative mood.
There is another Subaru dealership 10 miles down the road that will match this quote so I will probaby go with them. They have a pretty good rep, or at least the sales dept does.
#970 of 1005 Is $20500 out the door for a 2013 Legacy base a good deal?
Nov 08, 2012 (10:04 am)
Hello Edumnds Community - I've been in the market for a new legacy for awhile. I'd ideally like a moonroof/nav but my wallet says otherwise. I've received an out the door quote for a base model, automatic, plus weathermats for $20,500 out the door. Is that a good deal?