That's a lot of moolah.Finally found a dealer with an ABP Touring XT in stock near me, and they wanted $46k OTD... holy moly. 🤦♂️
My local dealer has every XT sold before they come in, I cannot even find a blue 2020 touring regionally.I'm seeing the same in Dallas area for Touring XT (and XT in general). The dealerships are getting deposits before they even come in so they don't feel incentivized to deal.
There are NOT that many buyers out there who will qualify for 0%, or want to put up with Subaru's salesmens antics. For a little more, you can get a Volvo V60 and get treated like a human being.
I've been following Outback pricing for several years. I originally wanted to buy a 2018, but what idiot put a $40k sticker on a car and gave you a 4 way adjustable passenger seat? (seat recline, front & back, no up & down) I'd expect the 0% to stay on 2020's till December. 2021's won't get 0% until December 2020-February of 2021.
That's just my opinion... I could be wrong.
Here are 2 Blue Premiums, a Blue Touring XT, a Blue Limited, and a Blue Onyx XT all in Transit to Subaru of Pembrook Pines.My local dealer has every XT sold before they come in, I cannot even find a blue 2020 touring regionally.
I do not want an Xt Just a plain 2.5 touring.Here are 2 Blue Premiums, a Blue Touring XT, a Blue Limited, and a Blue Onyx XT all in Transit to Subaru of Pembrook Pines.
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I ended going to Reeves Tampa after searching from Tampa all the way south and east. Still they have a 596.20 dealer fee which my salesman schooled me on. He said it wasn't a doc fee but a set fee mandated by the state blah blah blah. I do believe I've seen doc fees and dealer fees out there.Pembroke Pines is close to where I live—their big offer was MSRP-1000...then add Doc fee, which I’m assuming is 899-999 (standard in Miami area). Ummmm, no thanks!