If you were to factor in JUST the car, yea, I paid less than MSRP. I paid a bit over $43,000 (pre-tax) for the car, all the accessories and installation of said accessories. But I also made a killing on my trade in. I bought my 2020 Crosstrek (pre-tax) for $29,000ish. They traded it in at $23,000. And that’s with nearly 60k km and a rear end accident on the file. Plus I non-Outback compatible accessories for a total of another $1500.TheHozOpp1 did you pay MSRP?
The sales rep I got at my local dealer in Ontario does not want to go below MSRP on the car, options, or extended warrantee. (He had the "I know everything" sales attitude that I hate. People need to learn you get more bees with honey)
I am happy to drive anywhere in the province to get something below msrp, its that important to me in a car sale.
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Loyalty was a factor tho. This is my 5th personally owned Subaru. 11th in my immediate family. And we all bought our cars from the same sales person. So we give him a lot of business.
All above $ is in Canadian Dollars.