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Mitsubishi Outlander, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
Jun 18, 2008 (6:46 pm)
Thanks. Do you know if the 09 outlander will look much different than the 2008s?
From what I know, current 2008 Outlander SE has a lot of styling cues that will become standard on all 2009 Outlanders (chrome on the exterior and a new speedometer display). I think Mitsu will add a rear view camera to its navigation display. Also, Japanese Outlander V6 received a minor grille redesign so it is not far fetched to think that 2009 US spec Outie also will receive a new grille. Of course all of this is just educated speculation but Mitsubishi did some improvements from the 2007 to 2008 Outlander such as redesigned interior door panels, heated mirrors on 4WD models, or a more efficient air conditioning system so you'll probably see some other minor improvements on 2009 but I don't think any of it will be classified as major.
#819 of 973 Re: Rebates [blitzkrieg79]
Jun 19, 2008 (7:15 pm)
#820 of 973 Just bought new Outie on Friday
Jun 23, 2008 (12:04 pm)
Bought from Ken Garff Southtowne in Sandy, UT. Base XLS, no packages or acessories. Final price was $23,860. Wanted to get them down to 23.5, but they wouldn't budge more. Tried to get them to throw in a cargo mat at the last minute, but they wouldn't do that, either. The payments fit into our budget, and I didn't want to drive to the farther dealerships to see if they would go lower.
#821 of 973 Re: Rebates [blitzkrieg79]
Jun 24, 2008 (8:09 am)
Does anyone know if the $1,000 rebate applies to leasing or only if you buy an Outlander?
#822 of 973 One month old today.
Jul 04, 2008 (11:34 am)
I purchased a new Outlander SE 4WD on June 4th from Mike Miller Mitsubishi here in Illinois.
No trade-in and I paid $23,633 OTD. I did get them to throw in the Bluetooth system (I think it was about a $350.00 option).
Tried to get them to spring for the four mudguards but no dice. I paid $114.00 for them and the dealership installed them for free.
#823 of 973 Re: $1000 cash back offer [beargator56]
Jul 05, 2008 (4:18 pm)
A lot of times the manufacturer subsidizes the interest and/or money factor in lieu of rebates. Dealers can only keep a rebate if you sign it over to them.
#824 of 973 '08 Outlander SE in Massachusetts
Jul 07, 2008 (7:04 am)
Bought an '08 Outlander SE in Massachusetts on June 30th for $23,754 OTD (not including my trade or down payment). They gave me a much better deal on my trade than another dealer I talked to. This brought the final price down further.
#825 of 973 I think I got a good deal
Jul 16, 2008 (6:31 pm)
I took a leftover 2007 LS with sun and sound pkg. and bluetooth for 20,700 plus tax and tags no other fees. Car was brand new 10 miles on it delivered.
The reason i took an 07 was because they dont offer the LS model with sun and sound pkg in 2008. The sunroof was a must for me and the Rockford Fosgate system is amazing.
What do you guys think of this deal.
#826 of 973 Re: '08 Outlander SE in Massachusetts [kev_dx]
Jul 26, 2008 (11:33 pm)
Today, I also negotiated an ' 08 SE in Massachusetts for $23,765 with sunroof. I also got a better deal on my trade than any other dealer, I was so impressed with the no nonsense salespeople I was working with. Even the receptionist was awesome. I highly recommend Michard in Danvers. I don't mind the 56 mile drive to close the deal on Monday. I made out with a better vehicle, better trade, better interest rate and overall saved more than 2K. This took three phone calls of less than 15 minutes each.
I would be happy to tell you how I got totally ripped off on my 05 I bought last year . But I don't want to jinx this sale, I want this car out of my garage and this bad deal in the past as soon as possible. I loved the car, but the dealership was shady. Thank goodness for the Internet.....and Edmunds.
#827 of 973 08 Outlander ES
Aug 14, 2008 (8:54 pm)
PA Dealer - Dark Graphite, cloth interior, 2wd, Fog Lights. MSRP $20900. Dealer price $18,900. Good deal? My wonderful Subaru Outback was totalled on Monday in a 4 car pileup. Looking for something higher and BF loves his Outlander. I like it too. 4 cyl worries me, not sure what the acceleration will be like when I have to get out of the way of the next accident.