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February 03, 2017, 09:31 AM #0

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Hi just wondering if any members here own a Subaru Crosstrek.

Thinking of getting one myself, but have a few questions.

I am trying to make a deal with JP Subaru on Regent, and these guys will not give a good deal.

Wondering how much other people paid?

Thanks


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    February 03, 2017, 10:42 AM #1

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    Supply & demand is my theory. The problem with Subarus is that many people buy em and keep em for a long time. This makes used ones harder to find, and allows the dealer to price them how they want cause people will pay.

    Who are you dealing with there? Ask for Kirby (@kirbssssss) and tell him you're from TTI.

      February 03, 2017, 12:04 PM #2

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      Originally posted by Shaun
      Supply & demand is my theory. The problem with Subarus is that many people buy em and keep em for a long time. This makes used ones harder to find, and allows the dealer to price them how they want cause people will pay.

      Who are you dealing with there? Ask for Kirby (@kirbssssss) and tell him you're from TTI.

      This,

      My parents friends had older Forester's and Impreza's which they owned for a long time and then traded up to newer Subaru's in the last two years or so. From talking with them (Parents wanted a newer Subaru at the time) they typically only got around $500-$600 off.

      Also @kirbssssss is a good salesman to deal with, and if you mention you're from TTI never hurts.
      Last Edit: February 03, 2017, 12:07 PM by Zach1

        February 03, 2017, 12:47 PM #3

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        Hello. My dad and I recently purchased (leased) a 2016 Crosstrek Touring from JP Subaru through @kirbssssss. We pretty much paid sticker price and got a few freebies here and there. May I know what kind of a "good deal" it is that you are not getting?
        Last Edit: February 03, 2017, 01:01 PM by AA_ron

          February 03, 2017, 12:52 PM #4

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          I have owned a 2016 Crosstrek (Sport model, but that should be taken lightly as these are not sporty), Manual transmission, since Oct 2016. We paid just under 26K and that included WeatherTech mats. This vehicle is great, but not a lot of power. I live in Whitehorse, YT, so the close to 9 inches of clearance was a big factor. We spend a fair amount of time on rough roads/trails, hauling boards, bikes, skis, etc. and it has been fantastic. The cost of the vehicle also reflects a surcharge for being up north, though its added in the price, so I don't know the exact amount.

          Are you looking at manual or CVT?

          Let me know what other questions you have.
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            February 03, 2017, 02:21 PM #5

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            Just out of curiosity, what kind of a "deal" are you looking for. Dealers incorporate a certain percentage for profit so they will be limited to how much of a discount they can give you. This is even more true for a specialized maker such as Subaru. I've purchased an an STI back in 2014 and was not able to get much of a deal but the guys at Frontier (at that time it was the only subaru dealership around) were able to add in some extras.

            If you are looking for thousands off of a new crosstrek I think you will be disappointed and you might want to try looking at other brands.
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              February 07, 2017, 11:52 AM #6

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                February 21, 2017, 11:38 AM #7

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                I just heard of someone in Torono buy one for 20k + tax

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