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#113 of 132 Finally get the windows tinted
Jan 29, 2009 (4:56 pm)
With winter weather being here I have stalled on getting tinting on my '09 Legacy Limiteds windows. I made an appt today to get it done for next week. I am hoping to get it as close to the shade of the sunroof as possible. I'll take some pics after it's done and post em here
#114 of 132 Re: Finally get the windows tinted [Tornadoebrain]
Feb 02, 2009 (2:37 pm)
Should look nice. You goin' with 35% visible light or so?
#115 of 132 Re: Finally get the windows tinted [Tornadoebrain]
Feb 04, 2009 (7:26 am)
My wife bought herself an 09 Legacy LTD in pearl and had the back tinted in what they called medium-dark and the front windows in medium-light. We love it. If I can get it away from her for a while I, too, will try to post some pics. You will enjoy the tinting and it really made the vehicle look sharp, IMHO. People ask us all the time: "What kind of car is that? An Acura or Lexus?" They are surprised to find out it is a Subie!
#116 of 132 price
Apr 18, 2009 (9:31 pm)
Can somebody help a guy out.Looking to buy a 09 outback I really don't need all the bells and whistles but would like in the middle.Must be an automaticWhat model can I get and what would be a fair price .Thanks
#117 of 132 Re: price [u542]
Apr 19, 2009 (6:20 am)
The Special Edition, often abbreviated here on these forums as "SE" is the sweet spot on '09 Outbacks. Pick up a brochure and compare what you get on the SE vs the base model and see if its worth it to you. It certainly was worth it to me. You should be able to get a new 09 SE with the 2.5 & auto for about $21K after the $2K rebate. Check prices paid and buying advice - Outback for more info. The next level up for about $4K more is "Limited" and you are paying more for leather and sunroof - which are nice, but I decided not worth the $ to me. That's where it is a personal decision.
#118 of 132 Re: price [morin2]
Apr 19, 2009 (7:38 pm)
Thank You so much for the info.I'll let you know what I get.Thanks again
#119 of 132 Re: price [u542]
Apr 21, 2009 (12:32 pm)
Another vote for the SE.
If you look at lease residuals, they actually maintain a higher % of their original value, so you may even recoup the small extra investment later when you sell it, and if so the extras would basically be free.
#120 of 132 Re: price [u542]
Apr 22, 2009 (8:47 pm)
Have to also vote for the Outback SE. Paid $21,660 for an auto with PZEV in CT on 4-18.
Very happy with the HK stereo, winter package, fogs, cargo mat and cover, 17" alloys, etc.
The car handles beautifully, the 2.5i engine is more than fine for me, and the fit and finish feels much more expensive than the price paid. Simply put, it's a really nice car.
It's my first Subaru (former Toyota diehard) and so far I'm thrilled with my decision.
#121 of 132 Re: price [dog629]
Apr 22, 2009 (9:42 pm)
Thank You for the info.I can't wait to get mine.I here nothing but good things about the outback.I think I'm going to wait until mid May ( if I can wait that long ) to get it.Thanks again
#122 of 132 Re: price [dog629]
Apr 25, 2009 (7:47 pm)
I'm sorry to bother you again ,but was that price with taxes or without.Thank You again for your help.