Last post on Jul 10, 2007 at 10:05 AM
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Subaru Impreza, Subaru Impreza WRX STi, Car Buying, Sedan, Wagon
#8 of 12 Re: New to car buying - WRX [jbowman812]
Jul 07, 2007 (5:25 pm)
i live in the northeast, just graduated college and i just purchased my '07 WRX today. Shop around dude thats the best advice i can give you. I got my car for around $19000 and then i tacked on a 6yr/100000 mile warranty so my payments are in the mid $300's but it is a brand new WRX. The invoice on the WRX is around $23000 and subaru has a 3% hold back which is about $1000 or so. Play with the numbers and figure out how much the dealer actually pays for the car.
#9 of 12 Re: New to car buying - WRX [kayaker11]
Jul 07, 2007 (8:31 pm)
Just picked up an 05 legacy GT wagon 5MT for $18k with 30k miles. The deals are out there!
#10 of 12 Re: New to car buying - WRX [kayaker11]
Jul 08, 2007 (9:14 am)
What is the hold back? How did you manage to get them down to 19k? I asked for 22.5k on an '07 and they looked at me like I was out of my mind. It was a WRX but not loaded. Did you get a TR?
#11 of 12 Re: New to car buying - WRX [jbowman812]
Jul 09, 2007 (9:07 am)
That deal is unbelievable! I'm looking at a 2007 wrx wagon with an MSRP of $25,927. They said they could sell it for $23,500, which is $200 above invoice minus $1000 rebate. Even with a 3% holdback (which is less than $800), and selling at invoice, you're only down to $22,500.00. How did they agree to eat $3500.00?
#12 of 12 Re: New to car buying - WRX [paisan]
Jul 10, 2007 (10:05 am)
That's a rare bird, mike, they only made wagons with manuals that one single year!