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Old 06-26-2002, 12:58 PM   #1
Ozy
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Default About to buy WRX - Is this a good price?

I have been searching for a while now and found a dealer to give me the following price on a red WRX Wagon:

Invoice of the car - $21,523
Destination - $525

Performance Group 1 - $500
Short throw shifter, boost gauge, shift knob

Popular Equipment Group 2 - $253
Auto-dimming mirror w/ compass and security kit

Premium Sound Package - $263
Upgraded speakers & sub/amp

Arm rest extention - $91

+$250

Total $23,405

Fees $275, tax is $1931. Got a loan approved @ 7.49%, putting $3000 down, makes my payment $448 for 60 months. I like how this dealer didn't try to mark up anything. He gave me the car at invoice + $250. All these options came from the factory installed which is great so I don't have to pay the labor for the dealer to add them. So what does everyone think? Is this about as good as I can hope for?

Thanks!!
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Old 06-26-2002, 01:20 PM   #2
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Wrong Forum! Good price.....

7.49% is a little high but I guess it all depends.
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Old 06-26-2002, 01:21 PM   #3
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Very good price. Buy it dude!
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Old 06-26-2002, 01:24 PM   #4
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Wrong Forum! Good price.....

7.49% is a little high but I guess it all depends.
Lowest I could get if my credit was stellar was 6%. I'm quite happy w/ 7.49%
Crap.. sorry.. which forum should it go in? I'm new here.. pretty much just hang out on the S2000 forums (I have a yellow supercharged '01 s2k). I'm sure my fiancee & I will get to know everyone here shortly!! We both love boost!

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Old 06-26-2002, 02:03 PM   #5
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That's an awesome price man! I would jump on that. I had a 5.45% loan from my credit union though
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Old 06-26-2002, 02:18 PM   #6
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Default Re: About to buy WRX - Is this a good price?

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Originally posted by Ozy
I have been searching for a while now and found a dealer to give me the following price on a red WRX Wagon:

Invoice of the car - $21,523
Destination - $525

Performance Group 1 - $500
Short throw shifter, boost gauge, shift knob

Popular Equipment Group 2 - $253
Auto-dimming mirror w/ compass and security kit

Premium Sound Package - $263
Upgraded speakers & sub/amp

Arm rest extention - $91

+$250

Total $23,405

Fees $275, tax is $1931. Got a loan approved @ 7.49%, putting $3000 down, makes my payment $448 for 60 months. I like how this dealer didn't try to mark up anything. He gave me the car at invoice + $250. All these options came from the factory installed which is great so I don't have to pay the labor for the dealer to add them. So what does everyone think? Is this about as good as I can hope for?

Thanks!!
Try www.peoplefirst.com for a better rate ....
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