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Mitsubishi Outlander, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
#797 of 973 Re: is this a good deal [brandoshido]
May 02, 2008 (7:03 pm)
I am guessing that you are talking about a 2008 model, but anyway, I think the price is a bit too high for a 2008, and very high if its a 2007 model. Recently after all the dealing I got a quote on a base 4WD 2007 Outlander at $22000 (doesn't include tt&l). Outlanders are good cars in the CUV category but reality is that Mitsubishi is not selling them a lot. Mitsubishi predicted around 4000 per month sales when they released the new Outlander but they are not even close. Last month sales have been abysmal which means that if you'll be patient enough you will drive away with a new Outlander at least $1500-2000 under invoice. If I were you I would still shop around, email a couple of dealers and pit them against each other. And if the price is right it is a good idea to even go to another state and pick it up.
May 02, 2008 (7:47 pm)
thanks, i thought it was a good deal, but I saw an article on the internet basically saying mitsu was struggling in USA, which made me think that they would wheel and deal with me a little more. I had to call around in corpus christi, san antonio, and houston just to get that price. i guess when they call me back I can tell them and say it's still a little to high.
#799 of 973 2008 SE 4WD Outlander
May 05, 2008 (8:37 pm)
Hey guys just wondering if you could help me out on pricing for a 2008 SE 4WD Outlander. I have seen numbers on these forums as low as 22000, not really sure if that is feasible. I would only qualify for the recent grad rebate. Any help would be great.
#800 of 973 Re: 2008 SE 4WD Outlander [phdhusky]
May 08, 2008 (12:51 pm)
Anyone got advice for pricing on a 2008 SE Outlander 4WD? I know invoice is ~23,200 and I have gotten pricing for the same amount. I've seen ppl go below invoice?
#801 of 973 Re: 2008 SE 4WD Outlander [phdhusky]
May 08, 2008 (10:11 pm)
Where are you located? Out here in SoCal were getting as much as $1500 below invoice on 08 XLS. I would check several dealers in your area (Internet mgrs) and get quotes. You should be able to get at least $1000 below on the SE.
#802 of 973 Re: 2008 SE 4WD Outlander [avalanchez66]
May 09, 2008 (10:40 am)
XLS is prob different than the SE not sure if there are any deals the dealer has for the XLS are your models 4WD? I would love if I could go down to 22,500 for the oulander se
#803 of 973 Re: 2008 SE 4WD Outlander [phdhusky]
May 09, 2008 (6:39 pm)
It shouldn't matter which model, XLS, SE, LS. None of them are selling well so if you contact different Internet managers at various Mitsu dealers they will compete with each other for your business. Don't be in a hurry. There is no reason you can't get at least $1000 below invoice on the vehicle of your choice. Good luck!!!
#804 of 973 2008 SE 2wd
Jun 12, 2008 (10:56 am)
If I were to offer say $1000 under invoice, would I still be able to get the $1000 cash back incentives... which then puts it at $2000 under invoice???
#805 of 973 Re: 2008 SE 4WD Outlander [avalanchez66]
Jun 13, 2008 (12:17 pm)
I'm in Utah and I'm about to make an offer of 23K on a base 4WD XLS. I've got price quotes from two dealers about 100-200 below invoice (24.2K and 24.3K). I'm counting on the dealer who is stuck with 47 Outies on the lot to make it happen somewhere in between, then take the $1000 rebate and put it in the 22s. I'll post the results.
#806 of 973 Re: 2008 SE 4WD Outlander [cbk2000]
Jun 14, 2008 (9:55 am)
I bought 2008 Outlander XLS V6 with 4 packages (sun + xenon+ Navigation + protection) at $31,000 all included (on the road). The price was $500 below. The dealer took advantage of the $1000 rebate that I did not know about it. Do you think this was a fair price to pay?