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Mitsubishi Outlander, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
#846 of 986 Re: good price? [hellofromjerse]
Oct 18, 2008 (5:55 pm)
I don't think forum rules allow to mention actual dealer names but I think I can mention the cities Try dealerships in Rahway or Sayreville, talk directly to managers, pit dealerships against each other. Reality is that with current car market where sales are down big time and given you got the cash and/or good credit history, there are excellent deals waiting around every corner especially on larger cars such as Outlander. Just be patient, don't show them that you really really want this or that car. Just show some interest but be neutral. And as far as 0% financing is concerned, its directly provided by Mitsubishi Credit so this financing will be offered for as long as the dealerships will have 2008 Outlanders on their lots. If anything, they will probably also increase the rebates next month. Outlanders are not selling well for Mitsubishi mostly due to lack of marketing and a high demand for little/fuel efficient cars.
But if you are in a market for a CUV, in my opinion Outlander is probably one of the best kept secrets (definitely not any worse than Rav4 or CRV) and with current financing offers it just got even better.
#847 of 986 Protection Package '09 XLS
Oct 20, 2008 (7:12 pm)
I just came out of an '05 Endeavor lease w/6 months remaining on a 48 mo lease . No problems in 56,000 miles. Just leased an '09 Outie XLS 6 cyl., AWD (standard equipment) plus protection pkg. Miss the big one but really like the Outlander. Problem that the dealer and Mitsubishi have not addressed or have an answer: The '09 XLS has the extra chrome strip along the bottom of the door, and it looks great. But the mud guards don't fit in the front with that strip attached Not a big deal, but it was part of the pkg. and I'd like to have them. Got the best lease deal out of my home state, (NY). Anyone have an answer?
#848 of 986 Re: Mitsubishi Outlander: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [kyfdx]
Oct 31, 2008 (2:05 pm)
Bought today. 2008 es 18000 out the door. To be honest I test drove the Honda CRV and felt it handled better but it would have cost 4000 bucks more.
#849 of 986 Re: Mitsubishi Outlander: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [fillde]
Nov 04, 2008 (7:17 pm)
Does the 18000 includes TTL fees? And any options are added to the ES like the Convenience package or others... what's the MSRP on the window sticker?
Where is the one you got it from? Pleas give us more details... Thanks!
#850 of 986 Re: Mitsubishi Outlander: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [chisfu1]
Nov 05, 2008 (11:35 am)
Base es model.OUT THE DOOR- paid 18,000----- Plus i'm getting back 500 bucks from Sam's club. So in effect 17,500 for the base ES. Bought it in Bradenton Florida.Firkins. So far I'm satisfied with the base model. I just had all the windows tinted. Cost about 180.00.
#851 of 986 Re: Protection Package '09 XLS [71alfa]
Nov 05, 2008 (12:20 pm)
Problem resolved. They finally figured out the correct part number. It seems the '08 SE had that chrome piece (air dam) along the bottom of the doors and I guess that's the front mud guard that fits. Maywood Mitsubishi was very accommodating.
Nov 10, 2008 (3:28 pm)
I leased a 2008 LSX with NAVI, but without Sun/Sound/Leather
0 down, ~$390 per month before tax, 60 months, 12K miles per year
I printed and brought the $500 Sam's Club form with me, but they told me that they could not apply it with the rebates they were already giving me (it is actually printed on the form that it could not be applied with other rebates)
#853 of 986 Re: Leased one [ruski_is_me]
Nov 10, 2008 (6:48 pm)
Did you really lease it for 5 years? At that payment and 0% you should own the vehicle after 5 years.
Nov 11, 2008 (9:43 pm)
couldn't get 0%
#855 of 986 Re: [ruski_is_me]
Nov 11, 2008 (11:16 pm)
Just for comparison... I shopped 4 dealers and got the XLS only w/protection pkg. Nothing upfront..(only 1st payment and DMV.). $360 48 months 15K a year.