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Ask yourself two questions.
1. Are you happy with the deal you got?
2. Is the dealer happy with the deal you got?
Nothing else matters.
Quoted for truth. I'm always puzzled by the folks who come here and post, "I just paid $xx,xxx for my new Outback. Did I get a good deal?" If the buyer and the dealer are both satisfied, it was a good deal. Just be sure to do your price research before the purchase, not afterwards.
 

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So after tons of reading on here, cars101, edmunds, etc etc, Im ready to buy my first subaru and I’m super excited.

I’ve decided on a cpo 2019 premium with a target of 25k otd in CA 😬
 

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im not liking the carplay screen size in the 2020 and am thinking of picking up a 19 OB. what are you guys seeing for deals off of msrp? how eager are they to move the last few ones. local dealer has a 2.5 lim and 2.5 touring.
 

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Got a CPO 2019 OB Touring 2.5 like new condition with Thule cross bars and all weather mats, and seatback protectors.
12,500 miles.
7y/100k miles powertrain warranty.
MSRP: $32988
Dealer discount: $3038.00
Selling price: $29950
Gov fee: $87
Doc fee: $486.80
Etch fee: $250 (I know, BS, but could not take it off)
State taxes about $2000
Total out the door price: $32800.

They were offering me a 7y/100k miles Gold Plus plan for about $1300. Did not get it, but the finance guy said that I have a few days available to get it because this would be some special plan available only when you purchase a CPO car.
I know with a new car, you can get the Gold plus any time before 36k miles/ 3year. Is it really different for CPOs? Shouldn't it be the same? If it is different, what would be a good/acceptable range for a Gold plus 0 deductible for a new and/or CPO car?

I have another 2018 touring that is at 34k miles, bought new, 2yo. Was thinking to add a Gold plus on it as I've seen several posts that had the head unit replaced... I'm assuming that alone would cost more than the price of the gold plus...
 

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im not liking the carplay screen size in the 2020 and am thinking of picking up a 19 OB. what are you guys seeing for deals off of msrp? how eager are they to move the last few ones. local dealer has a 2.5 lim and 2.5 touring.
we got a bit more than 18% off MSRP on our new 2019 3.6 Touring.
 

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Got a CPO 2019 OB Touring 2.5 like new condition with Thule cross bars and all weather mats, and seatback protectors.
12,500 miles.
7y/100k miles powertrain warranty.
MSRP: $32988
Dealer discount: $3038.00
Selling price: $29950
Gov fee: $87
Doc fee: $486.80
Etch fee: $250 (I know, BS, but could not take it off)
State taxes about $2000
Total out the door price: $32800.

They were offering me a 7y/100k miles Gold Plus plan for about $1300. Did not get it, but the finance guy said that I have a few days available to get it because this would be some special plan available only when you purchase a CPO car.
I know with a new car, you can get the Gold plus any time before 36k miles/ 3year. Is it really different for CPOs? Shouldn't it be the same? If it is different, what would be a good/acceptable range for a Gold plus 0 deductible for a new and/or CPO car?

I have another 2018 touring that is at 34k miles, bought new, 2yo. Was thinking to add a Gold plus on it as I've seen several posts that had the head unit replaced... I'm assuming that alone would cost more than the price of the gold plus...
Call planet Subaru. See what they sell them for. It’s less than the $2300 or whatever MSRP, but it’s not going to be $1300.
 
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