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Subaru Legacy, Sedan, Wagon
Jan 16, 2013 (12:03 pm)
Hey guys, just wanted to know how I did? I purchased on 12-31-12 a 2013 Subaru Legacy premium all weather which options include... Spoiler,compass/auto dim/home link rear view mirror, splash gaurds, trunk cargo net, cargo tray, windshield wiper de-icer, heated seats, exterior heated mirrors, for 21,400 which included all fees and docs from dealer, (tax is $1600) out the door price with tax was $23,000. The dealer also included all weather floor Mats as well. What kind of deal did I get? He told me that was rock bottom and the lowest he could go. The MSRP sticker price was $25,143. Thanks guys!! Would love to hear your thoughts! Happy New Years
#990 of 1005 Re: How did I do? [dasanii19]
Jan 17, 2013 (8:12 am)
Congrats! Sounds good to me. That's a lot of car for $23k, I'm surprised it's not an Impreza!
#991 of 1005 24.5K OTD Legacy 2.5 Premium + All Weather/SunRoof
Feb 14, 2013 (11:50 pm)
Is 24.5K a good deal for a Legacy 2.5 Premium with all-weather package, which includes heated seats, and a sunroof? This price includes all dealer fees and vehicle taxes. This is the best price I could find in the Boston area. Should I keep looking?
#992 of 1005 Re: 24.5K OTD Legacy 2.5 Premium + All Weather/SunRoof [lifeson34]
Feb 15, 2013 (7:58 am)
Hmm, Fitzmall doesn't have any with the sunroof. They're aruond $23k, but add a grand for the moonroof. That includes freight, but not taxes (I'm not sure how much that is in Mass.)
Just for reference.
Also check TrueCar.com, you can see what others are paying.
I think if you're including taxes, that does seem like a deal.
#993 of 1005 Re: 24.5K OTD Legacy 2.5 Premium + All Weather/SunRoof [ateixeira]
Feb 15, 2013 (8:11 am)
We need to know the MSRP sticker price and your out the door price to know if that's a good deal or not
#994 of 1005 Best quote out the door on 2013 Legacy 2.5i
Apr 10, 2013 (1:11 pm)
HI all, I've been doing sooo much research as we are getting ready to purchase our 1st Subaru Legacy. Specifically, I'm looking at the 2013 2.5i base model. My best out the door price is $20,500. That includes everything (VA taxes, title, and dealer fees). I feel like this is about the best I will do. Others who have a 2013 basic....is this a good deal. The MSRP is: 22,405 and remember the $20,500 is out the door. I think I should pull the trigger. Thoughts? Affirmations?
#995 of 1005 Re: Best quote out the door on 2013 Legacy 2.5i [luvmy2gs]
Apr 10, 2013 (1:19 pm)
That sounds great, that includes taxes and all? You usually only get 10% but then have to add tax, tags, and freight back.
#996 of 1005 Re: Best Quote out the door on 2013
Apr 10, 2013 (1:27 pm)
It does include taxes and all. I do have it in writing to confirm it is taxes, title, and dealer fees. This dealer is about 1.5 hours away. While I am willing to travel, I do hope to get my local dealer to beat, or the very least, match this price. Sounds like this is a good price.
#997 of 1005 VIP discount
Apr 12, 2013 (3:26 pm)
Does anyone know is Subaru still doing the VIP discount and if so did anyone recently get the advertised 2% below invoice they say you get? Thanks
#998 of 1005 2003 Legacy L with head problem
Apr 25, 2013 (7:15 pm)
I am looking to buy a 2003 Legacy L with standard trans. The car only has 68000 miles on it and the price seemed to be right, around $6750 from an apparently reliable private party. But when we took it in to the dealer for inspection it turned out that there is a problem with the head. Not sure if there was also a leak or if that is related to the head. Estimated cost for repair, including the timing belt (which the owner says he just recently replaced, so I expect the part can be reused) is $2500. Dealer said that he was figuring conservatively, that was probably at the high end of possibilities. Present owner said he would cover cost of repair from the dealer. Since I am not familiar with Subarus I am seeking advice. Does the repair that needs to be done suggest this is a risky car (a headache waiting to happen); and is $6750 minus the cost of repairs ($4250 if the repair costs $2500) a decent deal? do you think that I will be able to trust this car to 200,000 miles if the repair is done well and it is maintianed properly? What i need is highly serviceable and relative headache free trasnportation.