My 2010 Legacy Limited (traded for the 13 Outback) was put back on the lot at what I paid in 2010 about $2000. under original sticker, wish I would have got that for it... Dont know what it actually went for tho.Yeah, depending on where you are at, the used market is a little insane.
The local Subaru dealers have maybe 3 used Subarus older than 2-3 years at any one time right now. Early Gen 2s are still going for 7-8k at the dealer. I've seen one listed at over 10k, although I don't expect that to sell anywhere near that price.
When I traded my 2001 for the 2013, I tried watching to see what the dealer listed it for, and it sold so quickly, I missed the ad entirely. And I was checking every other day.
Hmm, doesn't mention the word "used", does mention the words "new" and "newer".Reread his post. He's not talking about new 2010's...
LOL Audi - smart people lease them hence why there are always lots of them for sale used. HA HASupply of used cars is always tight with vehicles that people are happy with the ownership experience. If you see a lot of 1 or 2 year old cars of a given model, it is because people find reasons to not like them.
Where I live, there are a ton of 10-15 year old 4runners all over the place. But nary a one for sale. Same thing for late model Subies.