yep. Back when I had a commuter car, and a truck, I'd easily hit 100,000 miles just over the 4 year mark. And that's driving the other vehicle sometimes too.... so that warranty would be just about right.Yes, but it will cover 64K miles that the original warranty does not.
Texas welcomes you...no state income tax...and you can buy a new 2500 sq ft house just outside of Dallas for the low 400'sUnfortunately this comment might be political, but it is part of new vehicle purchase expenses...
Yes, California certainly does "very well" with new vehicle fees & taxes. This is the first time in decades of purchasing new cars the registration fees have INCREASED with age. My 1 year old Audi registration went UP year 2 buy a significant amount.
And they can keep going up as needed determined by the State, year after year. California is in a watershed of tax revenue.
Congrats, that's a good price!Well I started my car purchase quest Friday the 22nd and today have a car on order for delivery next month. I contacted the local dealers (about 9) with a standard e-mail requesting a "quote". A few responded with an actual quote but most were "Come on in and see us" language. I ended up with the following:
Outback Touring XT
Option package 41 (Popular package #2)
MSRP $41,559 with options
Internet Price $37,573
Taxes, license recording fees added
Kudos to Eastside Subaru for making the process easy.
I have seen on forums online 5-6 weeks.I'm going to start hitting up a few dealers myself. I inquired about one on the lot at one dealership and was quoted just over 2% under invoice before taxes, tags and doc fee. I think I'm going to have to factory order though to get color and options I want
Are they starting to quote one month now on new orders?
enjoy your new wheels!I just picked up an Onyx Edition XT in magnetic gray yesterday. The sticker price was $38,604 (sunroof package and popular accessories package #2) and I was able to get it for $35,245. So that was a discount of $3,359, which I was really happy about. I believe the invoice on that model is somewhere between $2,300 and $2,800 so below invoice was pretty great. I also traded in my 2013 XV Crosstrek with 156,000 miles and they offered me $5,000 which was KBB value, so I was also happy with that. I have avoided extended warranties in the past but all of the new tech worries me and they offered me 5 years 100k miles for $1,919, down from $3,200~ I believe, so I went for it for the peace of mind since I need my car for work every day. All in all, I am very satisfied with what I paid for the car and I really like it so far.