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Old 08-28-2019, 09:35 AM   #1026
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I purchased mine for $34.8 with short shifter and a few other options.
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Old 08-28-2019, 09:59 AM   #1027
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I purchased mine for $34.8 with short shifter and a few other options.
Are these OTD prices? Or before TTL?
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Old 08-28-2019, 10:25 AM   #1028
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Are these OTD prices? Or before TTL?
Before TTL. TTL will depend on state, but overall I think that was a very fair price. Not sure how people are getting lower pricing unless the have a trade in.
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Old 08-28-2019, 11:31 PM   #1029
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Before TTL. TTL will depend on state, but overall I think that was a very fair price. Not sure how people are getting lower pricing unless the have a trade in.
That's a very good sale price. I'm assuming it's a base model, standard (no push button start/recaro seats) The best I've received is $35,519 which is $500 off invoice.
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Old 08-29-2019, 01:03 PM   #1030
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I purchased mine for $34.8 with short shifter and a few other options.
That's a great price with some add-ons. I got mine OTD for 33.5 with no add-on.
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Old 08-29-2019, 02:30 PM   #1031
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That's a great price with some add-ons. I got mine OTD for 33.5 with no add-on.
What dealer did you go through? I was looking for one with no options, but lowest price I could find was 35,800. Some dealers in MA were cheaper but required you to live in MA
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Old 08-31-2019, 11:23 AM   #1032
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I think sub 36k is a good price for any 2019s that are around.
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Old 09-01-2019, 02:57 PM   #1033
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I was just quoted $36,557 (before ttl) here in California for a 2019 STI base with the Recaro package (Recaro seats & keyless access/push-button start) and Shifter package (shift knob & STI short throw shifter), and rear splash guards.

How'd I do?

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Old 09-01-2019, 03:12 PM   #1034
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I was just quoted $36,557 (before ttl) here in California for a 2019 STI base with the Recaro package (Recaro seats & keyless access/push-button start) and Shifter package (shift knob & STI short throw shifter), and rear splash guards.

Is this a fair deal for California?
I'm going to say no, unless you really dislike the 2020 wheels or need a car tomorrow. Dealer in California ordered me a 2020 for $2800 off MSRP without me even negotiating the price. Even if you dislike the 2020 wheels, you can probably buy aftermarket and still come out ahead in the long run when you consider you'll have slightly better resale value due to it being 1 model year newer when you go to sell. If you really want a 2019 I would expect better discount for that reason.
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Old 09-01-2019, 03:12 PM   #1035
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I was just quoted $36,557 (before ttl) here in California for a 2019 STI base with the Recaro package (Recaro seats & keyless access/push-button start) and Shifter package (shift knob & STI short throw shifter), and rear splash guards.

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That's a fair price anywhere.
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Old 09-01-2019, 04:50 PM   #1036
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What dealer gave you $2,800 off msrp for the 2020 and what would be your counter offer for the 2019 model?

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I'm going to say no, unless you really dislike the 2020 wheels or need a car tomorrow. Dealer in California ordered me a 2020 for $2800 off MSRP without me even negotiating the price. Even if you dislike the 2020 wheels, you can probably buy aftermarket and still come out ahead in the long run when you consider you'll have slightly better resale value due to it being 1 model year newer when you go to sell. If you really want a 2019 I would expect better discount for that reason.
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Old 09-01-2019, 07:05 PM   #1037
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What dealer gave you $2,800 off msrp for the 2020 and what would be your counter offer for the 2019 model?
PMed dealer info.

I'd probably take the difference in average used prices for 2015s and 2016s with similar mileage, let's say that ends up being $2000. I'm picking those years since they are the oldest in the current gen and I would probably keep my car for about 5 years. The only way I'd pull the trigger on a 2019 personally is if I could have got a dealer to discount by $2800 + $2000 off MSRP in that case. I think it would be hard to get a dealer to discount it by that much though, but that's the financial logic I would apply to it.
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Old 09-01-2019, 07:30 PM   #1038
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I was just quoted $36,557 (before ttl) here in California for a 2019 STI base with the Recaro package (Recaro seats & keyless access/push-button start) and Shifter package (shift knob & STI short throw shifter), and rear splash guards.

How'd I do?
What's the MSRP? I'm guessing ~$41k as it seems similarly optioned to my '19 STI. If so, that's a great deal and well below invoice. I've included the details of my purchase from back in March below.

You're not really missing anything by going with the '19 and you'll get a better deal. You can also get 1.9% financing on the '19 but not the '20.

Not to mention you won't have to deal with those ugly wheels...

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I purchased a '19 STI last weekend with the Recaro package (Recaro seats & keyless access/push-button start), Popular package #1 (Center armrest extension, wheel locks, auto dimming compass mirror w/ homelink, rear cargo tray, and rear bumper applique), Shifter package (shift knob & STI short throw shifter), and rear splash guards.

MSRP $41,622
Invoice $38,802

I got it for $37,552 ($4,070 under MSRP, $1,250 under invoice) with Subaru's 1.9% financing. My documentation fee was only $80, but of course the sales tax is a lot in California.

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Old 09-01-2019, 08:11 PM   #1039
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MSRP is $41k... im getting roughly $4,300 discount. I could possibly get them down to $36,000 before ttl with the 72 month 1.9% financing.

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What's the MSRP? I'm guessing ~$41k as it seems similarly optioned to my '19 STI. If so, that's a great deal and well below invoice. I've included the details of my purchase from back in March below.

You're not really missing anything by going with the '19 and you'll get a better deal. You can also get 1.9% financing on the '19 but not the '20.

Not to mention you won't have to deal with those ugly wheels...
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Old 09-01-2019, 08:29 PM   #1040
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MSRP is $41k... im getting roughly $4,300 discount. I could possibly get them down to $36,000 before ttl with the 72 month 1.9% financing.
I say go for it if you like the car. That's a great deal and well below invoice even. You won't find a comparable deal (especially with that financing rate) on a 2020 model at least until the end of the year.. probably once we know more about the 2021 model. That's the big unknown right now.. it may drop or raise the demand (and prices) of the 2020's depending on what Subaru does with the next gen redesign.
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Old 09-01-2019, 09:07 PM   #1041
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I was just quoted $36,557 (before ttl) here in California for a 2019 STI base with the Recaro package (Recaro seats & keyless access/push-button start) and Shifter package (shift knob & STI short throw shifter), and rear splash guards.

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Definitely a fair bargain.

Similar to my deal but I didn't get the shifter. Mine was Option Package 03 with Recaros.
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Old 09-01-2019, 09:24 PM   #1042
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PMed dealer info.



I'd probably take the difference in average used prices for 2015s and 2016s with similar mileage, let's say that ends up being $2000. I'm picking those years since they are the oldest in the current gen and I would probably keep my car for about 5 years. The only way I'd pull the trigger on a 2019 personally is if I could have got a dealer to discount by $2800 + $2000 off MSRP in that case. I think it would be hard to get a dealer to discount it by that much though, but that's the financial logic I would apply to it.


Could you also PM me the dealer info? Iím in California in the market for an STi and am looking for a good deal.
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Old 09-01-2019, 10:03 PM   #1043
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MSRP is $41k... im getting roughly $4,300 discount. I could possibly get them down to $36,000 before ttl with the 72 month 1.9% financing.
That actually does sound like a decent savings. I didn't realize those options added up to 41k, I went completely base on mine.
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Old 09-02-2019, 04:59 AM   #1044
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What dealer did you go through? I was looking for one with no options, but lowest price I could find was 35,800. Some dealers in MA were cheaper but required you to live in MA
Autofair Subaru in Haverhill. They had a promotion that day. I wished I got the recaro package but oh well.

I got 1.9 apr with 72 months.
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Old 09-02-2019, 08:50 AM   #1045
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Autofair Subaru in Haverhill. They had a promotion that day. I wished I got the recaro package but oh well.

I got 1.9 apr with 72 months.

I will never, ever have any respect for that dealer and Iíll tell anyone I can about it.

I inquired about an STi there and instead of responding in a helpful way, they more or less said they arenít selling me a car because Iím not a New England resident.



I know it may seem petty, but thatís no way to respond to someone. I donít even work in customer relations but I wouldnít respond to a potential customer like that.

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Old 09-04-2019, 05:37 PM   #1046
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I will never, ever have any respect for that dealer and Iíll tell anyone I can about it.

I inquired about an STi there and instead of responding in a helpful way, they more or less said they arenít selling me a car because Iím not a New England resident.



I know it may seem petty, but thatís no way to respond to someone. I donít even work in customer relations but I wouldnít respond to a potential customer like that.
So they have fine print somewhere that you must have a trade in to quality for these prices. The feeling i got was when you go trade in your car they offer you considerably less than any other dealer to make up some money on the new car sales side.

Also, mass doesn't offer transit plates, its weird they don't recognize temp plates as valid there.

I was wondering when looking how this dealership can have like 10 STI's on the lot for super cheap 13-15% off. The deals were too good to be true.
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Old 09-04-2019, 08:26 PM   #1047
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So they have fine print somewhere that you must have a trade in to quality for these prices. The feeling i got was when you go trade in your car they offer you considerably less than any other dealer to make up some money on the new car sales side.



Also, mass doesn't offer transit plates, its weird they don't recognize temp plates as valid there.



I was wondering when looking how this dealership can have like 10 STI's on the lot for super cheap 13-15% off. The deals were too good to be true.

Thatís crazy man! Thanks for the info.

I was looking for a black Limited but that wasnít the place for me I guess lol.
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Old 09-05-2019, 10:20 AM   #1048
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I will never, ever have any respect for that dealer and Iíll tell anyone I can about it.

I inquired about an STi there and instead of responding in a helpful way, they more or less said they arenít selling me a car because Iím not a New England resident.



I know it may seem petty, but thatís no way to respond to someone. I donít even work in customer relations but I wouldnít respond to a potential customer like that.
I've heard a lot of mix reviews about this place after I got the car. I wished I waited and looked at other places, but the price was too good to pass. I dealt with someone that was helpful, but he isn't working there anymore.

I had to get transit plates from my DMV. Wasn't an issue since I'm only an hour away. I believe Mass is the only state that doesn't provide a temp plate.
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Old 09-07-2019, 06:13 PM   #1049
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I will never, ever have any respect for that dealer and Iíll tell anyone I can about it.

I inquired about an STi there and instead of responding in a helpful way, they more or less said they arenít selling me a car because Iím not a New England resident.



I know it may seem petty, but thatís no way to respond to someone. I donít even work in customer relations but I wouldnít respond to a potential customer like that.
I'm new here but how is this not helpful? He took the time to list all the reasons what you want wont be practical.

Dealers need in-person signatures often so you'll need to be there to buy the car.
This isn't unusual.

Dealers also often have regional pricing incentives that are only open to residents of a certain area.

Lastly, he's giving you a head's up that since Mass doesn't issue temp tags, you're going to have to go there, buy the car, then go to your local DMV to get tags before you come back to drive the car off the lot.

All of this means that this deal isn't for you but none of this seems like the salesman's fault.
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Old 09-08-2019, 01:29 AM   #1050
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You registered solely to reply to me?

Seems legit. LOL.

It was a girl who replied, not a he. If Iím a dealership and a potential customer asks me for pictures of a car, Iíd provide those pictures and not push them away from a sale. No reason whatsoever for her response. I didnít ask what was involved with the process; I asked for pictures of a car because they didnít have any on their website.

I asked for pictures to verify it was indeed in stock and a Limited. The rest of the details could be sorted out after the fact.

Jokes on them because I went several states away from my home state and gave that dealership my business.
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