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Old 04-28-2015, 02:22 PM   #1
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Default How much did you pay for your 2016 Subaru WRX.

So now that the 2016's are available to order I'm curious as to what people are paying/getting quoted. Please include your State, the price of the vehicle itself (including trim and options) and the OTD price. Thanks.

Here's a quote I received from Mastro Subaru in Orlando FL (including new tag):

Here are the out the door prices for the 2016 GUN model WRX, World Rally Blue, with All Weather Floor Mats and the extended Cargo Tray:

SELLING PRICE: $26,879.00
LICENSE FEE: $445.00
DEALER FEE: $498.50
SALES TAX: $1,799.30

TOTAL OUT THE DOOR: $29,621.80

Feelings... Ouch. Surely I can get a base model with nearly no options cheaper than that.


UPDATE.

I placed my order with Heuberger!

Here's a break down of the price for a 2016 WRX Base with Fog Lights, All Weather Floor Mats and Trunk Mat.:

VEHICLE SELLING PRICE: $25,564.00. MSRP: $27,943. Invoice: $26,286.
LICENSE FEE: $359.75
DEALER FEE: $389.00
SALES TAX: $1,600.00 (Approx.)

TOTAL OTD: $28,000.00 Approx.

Shipping the vehicle to Florida would cost $1,000.00. So I'm using the savings to take a road trip with my wife. Pretty excited!

UPDATE 2.

I received my VIN and estimated date of delivery, July 9th.

YAY!

UPDATE 3.

So I picked my car up from Heuberger on Friday. Flew into Denver from Florida where we were picked up by the Heuberger shuttle. Once at Heuberger the whole process went very smooth. After getting the car we stopped by Garden of the Gods, followed by the Grand Canyon, Dallas, New Orleans, Destin and ultimately back home. 3100 miles in four days. It was actually a lot of fun in the WRX. I would recommend the road trip to anyone willing and able. Very happy with the car and the experience.
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Old 04-28-2015, 03:09 PM   #2
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Not going to lie, I paid MSRP and CA sales tax which is (8.75%)

The dealer had the car I wanted and in the color I wanted--no other dealer around me did. I didn't feel like wasting my time and just got the car.
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Old 04-28-2015, 03:10 PM   #3
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Not going to lie, I paid MSRP and CA sales tax which is (8.75%)

The dealer had the car I wanted and in the color I wanted--no other dealer around me did. I didn't feel like wasting my time and just got the car.
I suspect you are entirely wrong about what you paid for your 2016 wrx... Just sayin'...
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Old 04-28-2015, 03:18 PM   #4
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I suspect you are entirely wrong about what you paid for your 2016 wrx... Just sayin'...
I know this is a '16 thread. I just wanted to throw my 2 cents out there that in our crazy economy here in Silicon Valley, I paid MSRP. So no matter how much discount the OP gets, he doesn't have to feel bad as some of us paid MSRP.
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Old 04-28-2015, 03:22 PM   #5
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I know this is a '16 thread. I just wanted to throw my 2 cents out there that in our crazy economy here in Silicon Valley, I paid MSRP. So no matter how much discount the OP gets, he doesn't have to feel bad as some of us paid MSRP.
I paid the same for my car in the Bay Area. I called four dealers and none wanted to make a deal....so don't feel alone.
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Old 04-28-2015, 03:47 PM   #6
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Just received another quote from Subaru of Orange Park. $26,999.00 for the vehicle and $30,182.00 OTD. That's for a Base with mats all around and fog light kit.
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Old 04-28-2015, 03:54 PM   #7
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In the past few years, Subaru has has exactly ZERO problem selling the WRX line. They literally can't keep them on the lot. You will have to work very hard to find a deal on a WRX. In my opinion, it's not worth the time, and if you can't afford an extra few bucks on a loan payment, you probably shouldn't be buying the car anyway. Note: That's saying if you can't afford it. That's different from not wanting to pay it. A lot of people get confused when I say "can't afford" and miscontrue it by responding "Who would want to pay more if they don't have to!!"
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:05 PM   #8
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In the past few years, Subaru has has exactly ZERO problem selling the WRX line. They literally can't keep them on the lot. You will have to work very hard to find a deal on a WRX. In my opinion, it's not worth the time, and if you can't afford an extra few bucks on a loan payment, you probably shouldn't be buying the car anyway. Note: That's saying if you can't afford it. That's different from not wanting to pay it. A lot of people get confused when I say "can't afford" and miscontrue it by responding "Who would want to pay more if they don't have to!!"
Yup, this. I got a $750 graduate discount on mine and a block heater and 3M protection thrown in for free, that's it. Dealer wouldn't negotiate a penny. Bought my 2015 WRX in April 2014 so same scenario.

$34K OTD (Canadian)
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:12 PM   #9
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When I went in to look at the WRX, they sold 3 in the 20-mins I was there. I wouldn't have believed it if I didn't see it. I've bought many cars in my lifetime and I never saw cars move this fast.

They had 2 rolling off the truck at the time, 1 was a pre-order for a salesman, and the other was already being negotiated.

The deal fell through with the one being negotiated. The buyers wanted $500 off, and the dealer wouldn't budge. I just said i'll take it. It was the right color and right model I wanted (most had the SPT exhaust and short shifter installed--I didn't want that) All I cared about was the auto dim mirror, and the extended arm-rest.

Like many of you, I don't have the time to go 'shop' around to save a few hundred bucks, I bought the car that night, and picked it up in the morning for a road trip. Since It just rolled off the truck, they had to have a mechanic PDI it, and none was around at 8pm when the papers were signed.
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:22 PM   #10
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Yup, this. I got a $750 graduate discount on mine and a block heater and 3M protection thrown in for free, that's it. Dealer wouldn't negotiate a penny. Bought my 2015 WRX in April 2014 so same scenario.

$34K OTD (Canadian)
Mishapopa and I bought our cars at the same dealership. They would not move on price I was politely told if I didn't pay MSRP they'd have no problem finding somebody who would. Also a speal about low profit margins. I didn't want 3M so I never tried to get that for free. I was offered a discount on an extended warranty but I didn't plan to buy one anyways so I basically got nothing.

I was 36k and change out the door. Car was $32,495 plus fees and taxes. I financed less than that, paid some cash as well
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Old 04-28-2015, 04:32 PM   #11
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I bought my 2015 DGM base model at invoice ($25,900) as it was my 2nd car in a year from the same dealership and salesman (Wrecked my 2013 Legacy). They didn't try to gouge me on the price and were easy to deal with. Drove the car home with 6 miles on it.

Depends on the area you live in is what I think. There were probably 10 other WRX's on the lot when I bought mine. Had no issues with test driving it either.

I find it interesting to hear the experiences others have when buying their cars and how other dealers treat you. I've heard some dealers won't let you test drive it, which I was just given the keys to test it by myself. I understand WHY they dont as some people will redline it, etc., whereas I wasn't trying to do that to a brand new motor.

I don't think it's worth it to travel to another area to buy their car as you end up paying for transport and any savings disappears.

Good luck to you all buying the 2016 model. I love that they've put the new headunit even in the base; I wish I had it in my 15.
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Old 04-28-2015, 05:38 PM   #12
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Not 2016... but... I paid $800 under invoice for my 15 limited WRX... paying MSRP just sounds ridiculous, but guess it's all about location.
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Old 04-28-2015, 05:52 PM   #13
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Not 2016... but... I paid $800 under invoice for my 15 limited WRX... paying MSRP just sounds ridiculous, but guess it's all about location.
Whats the read difference between Invoice and msrp?

Are dealers making more when they sell em at msrp? aka ****ty salesman lining his pockets more?

I mean the dealer is making money regardless


I also heard it can be cheaper when you order cause the dealer knows that that car is not going to come in and sit on their lot at all. But who knows.


Subaru gives **** for incentives tho compared to other car companies.


SELLING PRICE: $26,879.00
LICENSE FEE: $445.00
DEALER FEE: $498.50
SALES TAX: $1,799.30

TOTAL OUT THE DOOR: $29,621.80


Dealer fee, wtf is that?......"give us more money"?
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Old 04-28-2015, 06:41 PM   #14
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Not 2016... but... I paid $800 under invoice for my 15 limited WRX... paying MSRP just sounds ridiculous, but guess it's all about location.
For sure location. Around here, houses are being sold 20% above asking price. It's getting out of hand.
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Old 04-28-2015, 06:45 PM   #15
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I'm debating ordering one. I can get a 2016 of any flavor for $500 over dealer cost if I pre-order soon. Almost $2,000 off of a base STi with navi/keyless option. My 2015 STi was rear ended and I'm debating off-loading it for one without a history.
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Old 04-28-2015, 06:57 PM   #16
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I'm debating ordering one. I can get a 2016 of any flavor for $500 over dealer cost if I pre-order soon. Almost $2,000 off of a base STi with navi/keyless option. My 2015 STi was rear ended and I'm debating off-loading it for one without a history.

I guess I don't see the value add? If you trade-in a previously wrecked barely used car I suspect you will lose thousands on a new one..
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Old 04-28-2015, 07:14 PM   #17
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I guess I don't see the value add? If you trade-in a previously wrecked barely used car I suspect you will lose thousands on a new one..
It'll depend on how well the insurance company compensates me for diminished value. I won't do it if I'm going to lose my shirt. Before the accident I'm figuring I had at least $6,000 equity on my 2015 already, probably more if I sold it myself. I'm just concerned with future issues relating to the accident popping up and I'd rather not deal with it if I can avoid it.
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Old 04-28-2015, 08:48 PM   #18
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It'll depend on how well the insurance company compensates me for diminished value. I won't do it if I'm going to lose my shirt. Before the accident I'm figuring I had at least $6,000 equity on my 2015 already, probably more if I sold it myself. I'm just concerned with future issues relating to the accident popping up and I'd rather not deal with it if I can avoid it.
If you have the cash and you don't lose much, I would go for it. The $$ spent is well worth the piece of mind as well as when you resell the car down the road.
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I know they didn't do the VIP program since the WRX was new for 2015. Did anyone check to see if they were taking VIP for 2016?


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In the past few years, Subaru has has exactly ZERO problem selling the WRX line. They literally can't keep them on the lot. You will have to work very hard to find a deal on a WRX. In my opinion, it's not worth the time, and if you can't afford an extra few bucks on a loan payment, you probably shouldn't be buying the car anyway. Note: That's saying if you can't afford it. That's different from not wanting to pay it. A lot of people get confused when I say "can't afford" and miscontrue it by responding "Who would want to pay more if they don't have to!!"
Here at Bachman in Louisville KY they have just two 2015 WRX's, both are inside the showroom and both are stickered over 30k and salesman said they will stay that way till sold because of availability.

No 2016's, no STI's.
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Old 04-28-2015, 10:24 PM   #21
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Come to Colorado, everyone I have seen is getting them below invoice here...
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Old 04-28-2015, 11:08 PM   #22
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Psssh, come out to Arizona. The dealer that's 5 minutes away from my house currently has 25 new WRXes for sale and 3 new STIs.
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Old 04-29-2015, 03:17 AM   #23
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Purchased from Heuberger in Colorado Springs, CO shipping to San Antonio, TX

2016 WRX Limited 6spd WR Blue
Option package #22 - NAV/HK Audio/Push start/BSM+RCTA
All weather mats
Wheel lock kit
Auto dimming mirror w/compass and HL
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Rear Bumper applique

MSRP - $35,160
Dealer Invoice - $31,672
My price - $30,752 + $389 dealer fee + $600 shipping (I pay my own DMV fees and taxes)

I am extremely happy with the pricing. My local dealer didn't want to go under invoice, and stacking all the extra accessories would have ran me another $500ish, so I basically got the accessories free.
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Old 04-29-2015, 01:03 PM   #24
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Purchased from Heuberger in Colorado Springs, CO shipping to San Antonio, TX

2016 WRX Limited 6spd WR Blue
Option package #22 - NAV/HK Audio/Push start/BSM+RCTA
All weather mats
Wheel lock kit
Auto dimming mirror w/compass and HL
Cargo Tray
Interior Illumination - Blue
Rear Bumper applique

MSRP - $35,160
Dealer Invoice - $31,672
My price - $30,752 + $389 dealer fee + $600 shipping (I pay my own DMV fees and taxes)

I am extremely happy with the pricing. My local dealer didn't want to go under invoice, and stacking all the extra accessories would have ran me another $500ish, so I basically got the accessories free.

damn..good deal
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Old 04-29-2015, 01:25 PM   #25
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Oh good. This can all start again...
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