If the deal is good...do it.
3k off is a pretty good price.
I don’t request my clients’ salary figures...but in my survey, I ask them what their comfortable payment range would be. These are folks that say they can handle the payments on a luxury car and end up spending less on a Subaru.
Sure...but generally the deals this weekend aren’t any better than the rest of February.
I’m telling you, it happens. Had a few customers looking at V60 Cross Countries which granted is on an old platform, decided to get a fully loaded Outback instead. The same thing with the Q5, folks admitted it was nicer but not $10,000 nicer than a top trim Forester. These are folks that can “afford” luxury cars but…
lol....Subaru was very careful not to make the same mistakes with the Tribeca.
Will fix to clarify “crossover”
Actually, the regular driver wasn’t available this day...this was the number two guy.
It all depends on what they are offering on any given month. Subaru doesn’t really do rebates but they do usually offer cheap financing on most models.
Utah, in general, is tough for a lot of brands because of/ how isolated and small the cities/towns are. I had a VW customer who shipped a car in from Denver because it was a few grand cheaper, and recently I had a guy looking at a new Navigator. Dealer put a 2k markup and told him to take it or leave it. I got him a…
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It’s gotta be a...
I believe it is a total of 6 yrs /100k miles from the original service date.
This should help
Depends on the car....it’s not an always or never situation. Used BMW M3 makes financial sense, a used Subaru Outback, maybe not so much.
I don’t get too many requests for Kias. Though the Stinger has increased interest in the brand. Kia dealers, in general, are not great, but the deals that I have been able to score for folks have been very good. As to whether or not I can score a deal on a Stinger right now...that is another story.
The vast majority of Jalopnik
readers commenters can’t afford a used Stinger GT. FIFY...we have over 10 million readers a month, many of them buy really expensive cars. I know because some these people have hired me to help them get all kinds of nice vehicles. Many of our wealthier readers just don’t comment.
Three letters...CPO, most of these cars listed are either almost new with plenty of factory warranty balance left or are Certified that extends that warranty.
Stinger needs more LeBron James
Whoops....I still can’t get over this whole four-door 4-series thing.