Originally Posted by fourmicah
I understand why they wouldn't discount the vehicle since it's going to be a limited production vehicle for Subaru, but to charge above MSRP is just dumb. Subaru/Scion/Toyota are all the same vehicle! If you are that much of a Subaru nut muncher that you would pay $5,000 more for nearly the same vehicle, you have a lot of money to waste. Personally I'd buy a Scion and take the extra $5,000 I would save and buy wheels, tires, suspension, exhaust, audio system, turbo kit, etc... If people were smart they would tell Subaru "NO" and then watch the price drop. HAHA!!!
Dealers don't have incentive to sell this car below MSRP. Those charging over MSRP will likely get laughed at unless the competition in the area is the same or there is no competition. And this has nothing to do with Subaru, beyond their "limited" production, it has to do with greedy dealers trying to make as much profit as possible. Remember, dealers are separate entities from Subaru.