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post #1 of 66 (permalink) Old 02-01-2016, 08:54 PM Thread Starter
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2016 Outback Pricing in Canada

I am a new member in Ontario Canada and I am currently shopping for a 2016 Subaru Outback, probably a 2.5i model. I am looking for information on what kind of discounts Canadians are getting on new Outback's to give me an idea of what to expect.


I got a Unhaggle report which shows that a 2016 Outback 2.5i auto has an MSRP of $29,295 and an invoice price of $26,559. On top of that there is $2017.45 in PDI/Freight/Air Tax/ Tire Tax.


With the current $500 cash discount, out the door I am looking at $34,805 at full MSRP. Anyone have any advice on what is reasonable to pay for these cars in Ontario? Any advice on good dealers to deal with in south-western, GTA, Central or north eastern Ontario?


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We were able to get $1000 off MSRP but we also traded in our 2014 Forester so that kind of makes things harder to compare. We don't seem to get the discounts they get in the US. Canadian dealerships are limited in the supply of vehicles allocated to them and they are in huge demand right now.

On the bright side with our dollar so low we are actually paying less than in the States when you convert the currency. I expect Subaru will increase the price of vehicles in Canada to compensate.

Subaru of Kingston was great to deal with for 2 vehicles now, but we had to price shop for our first one.

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1000$ off for 3.6 Ltd using unhaggle
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Thanks for the responses guys. Was this $1000 off MSRP a manufacturers discount or was this how much the dealer moved. I have noticed that Outbacks seem much less common at Subaru dealers than Foresters. Maybe that's why dealers are less likely to negotiate.
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Dealer's discount in my case.
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I was just dealing with a dealer that had a 2015 2.5i left over. The best I could get from him was $32770 with all fees and taxes and about $600 worth of accessories (parts and labour) thrown in. The Subaru.ca website price is $33081 with taxes and fees for a 2015 MY, which included a $2000 incentive by Subaru. So really the dealer was only moving $300 cheaper plus the accessories. I passed for now, since to buy a left over car this late I think it has to be a really good deal to make up for the depreciation. Plus, I wasn't planning on buying until I sell my old car first and these guys low balled the trade-in big time. I will probably wait until spring unless another deal comes up.

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Just ordered a 2016 Touring 6MT for $32,000 with taxes and fees in. Hurray for oil crashes?? That said, this dealer was the best negotiating experience I've ever had. I didn't feel like I had to grind or fake walk out multiple times to arrive at a price that worked for me.
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Just bought a new 3.6R Limited w/Tech and the two dealers we talked to weren't interested in moving much off the MSRP, maybe $500. In Canada at least demand outstrips supply and the Outbacks are almost all sold before they are even loaded on the train. I haven't seen any sitting around in inventory. Not much incentive for the dealers to get into any deep discounts and deals.

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I'm a bit late to the party here, but recently signed a deal March 10, 2016 and posted this in the MSRP thread. Total discount was $2,250 off MSRP + free wheel locks.

Ontario, Canada. (Canadian dollar prices quoted)

2016 3.6R Limited + Technology package (eyesight)

MSRP: $40,195
Discount: $1,500
Invoice: $36,376?
Sale price: $38,695

Accessories: Remote starter ($610), hitch ($798), wheel locks ($0)
Other discount: $750 (Grad discount)
TOTAL sale price: $41,399.75
Taxes FINAL price: $46,781.72

Used a reputable broker so this price may be more than what might be negotiable, but I think it is doubtful with demand STILL high in Canada. And, didn't have to shop around. Other dealers wouldn't even compete with broker.
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I got a Unhaggle report which shows that a 2016 Outback 2.5i auto has an MSRP of $29,295 and an invoice price of $26,559. On top of that there is $2017.45 in PDI/Freight/Air Tax/ Tire Tax.


With the current $500 cash discount, out the door I am looking at $34,805 at full MSRP.
How many beaver pelts is that?

It would probably help your intended audience if you used an exchange medium they could relate to...

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