Join Date: May 2009
Location: east coast
Car: OBW H6 VDC, Tribeca, XT6
Feedback Score: 1 reviews
Or no, but it can sort of happen. Just not in ways that typically impact buying one vehicle. Some local markets with fast turnover, meaning people tend to move into newer vehicles quicker (subarus are newer there, local economy, or rust...), get dated quicker.
So right now, in one of those narrow markets, a ho-hum average 2009 could be on a similar playing field as a 2005 rather than a closer in age 2010. So what you're thinking does sort of happen, but there's so much pricing noise it's nearly indistinguishable in choosing one particular vehicle.
There's so many pricing variables, this one is really low on the totem pole. On any one day, a group of similar subaru's in the same zipcode can vary by 4 digits.
If you're buying used, consider trying first in the early summer if you think your market is a good fit for that.
Or expand your search options to further away and fly out and drive back or have it shipped.
H6 OBW VDC, H6 OB Sedan, Tribeca, Lifted XT6