Originally Posted by OrbitalEllipses
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.
I completely agree, it's just sad that their are organizations out there like this. I hope the end consumer see through their BS and decided to take their business elsewhere. It's one thing if we were talking about an elite, rare supercar. We're not. It's a very well built, very cool sports car prices in the mid $20K, and dealers see an opportunity to increase the price by as much as 20% in some things I've read. That's just ridiculous. For that amount you could buy the Scion, which for all purposes is the exact car for less and do all the things you could want and then some.