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2013 and earlier-Subaru Impreza and Impreza WRX STI Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Sounds pretty good invoice seems to be around 22450.00
  • sibby2sibby2 Posts: 1
    Is this a good deal?

    2012 sports premium hatch stick

    $20,300 plus $150 reg etc plus $150 doc plus 9.8% tax. Seattle area. Thanks for any advice!
  • The invoice seems to be 20,333.00 with PZEV if your state dont need it.It would be 300.00 cheaper.

    I would shoot for atleast 300.00 under invoice but each state area is different.
  • suberrificsuberrific Posts: 1
    edited January 2012
    I ordered a SportPremium 5dr manual on 1/9/11 and initally got a higher quote but after bringing an online quote from a dealer 72 miles away they were willing to match the invoice @ $20,086 plus tax..i think they even added in 3 accessories for free! Bay area, Ca

    I recommend going to Zag.com and checking out internet pricing there..guaranteed lowest pricing for your area.
  • I bought a 2012 Sport Limited Hatch with PZEV, Remote Start, Popular Package, and Side Moldings. MSRP was 24,861 and price paid was $22,295 plus TTL plus $161 doc. fee. I was about $1000 under invoice.

    Dealer was Grand Subaru in Chicagoland. Deal took no haggling at all and seemed too good to be true. All other dealers were about $800 higher and said that this price was impossible. But even though I was skeptical I went to purchase car anyways and everything went off without a hitch.
  • prouloproulo Posts: 26
    I bought a Subaru Impreza Premium Sedan with PZEV, CVT, All-Weather and Body Side Molding. MSRP 21,594 and Price paid was 20015 and received All weather mats tossed in at the end. All handled online, spent less than an hour signing forms when I picked it up yesterday. Title and Doc fees 265. Manchester Subaru in NH.
  • frsafrsa Posts: 4
    In SF Bayarea , looking for 2012 Subaru Impreza 2.0i(base Trim ) CVT Automatic w/ no other options.(not even carpet if it's cost extra)

    -What's the best price I can find in next two weeks?
    -I just want the lowest price trim (base ) do CA have to force buyer to buy the "PZEV" model ?
    -One thing I can't confirm when I do my research is (2012 Subaru Impreza 2.0i(base Trim ) CVT Automatic ) don't even come with Aux jack ? is this true ? I don't need ipod/iphone port, ALL I need is an AUX input jack for my Android phone.

    thanks all?
  • frsafrsa Posts: 4
    In SF Bayarea , looking for 2012 Subaru Impreza 2.0i(base Trim ) CVT Automatic w/ no other options.(not even carpet if it's cost extra)

    -What's the best price I can find in next two weeks?
    -I just want the lowest price trim (base ) do CA have to force buyer to buy the "PZEV" model ?
    -One thing I can't confirm when I do my research is (2012 Subaru Impreza 2.0i(base Trim ) CVT Automatic ) don't even come with Aux jack ? is this true ? I don't need ipod/iphone port, ALL I need is an AUX input jack for my Android phone.

    thanks all?
  • I got one today 2012 subaru Impreza 2.0i base Trim CVT sedan for 18224 in Seattle area.
  • vito68vito68 Posts: 2
    I used the Consumer Reports car buying service and they came up with a target price of $22,650 for a new Impreza Premium with a list of options. My local dealer matched this offer immediately and I thought I was OK. But an online offer came from another Subaru dealer for $21,375! It seems almost too good to be true. Should I be concerned or just go with the lower price? The lower price is for a car that would have to be ordered from Subaru since the exact car, color and options I want apparently are not available at any dealer within 200 miles right now.
  • germilgermil Posts: 11
    MSRP $23, 106 - dealer discount $2,126 = $20,980 - Subaru Auto Show Cash Back $250 = $20,730. Dealer documentation fee $199, took delivery 2/24. This is not the best price nationwide but the best that I could do in Central NJ.
  • malachai1malachai1 Posts: 40
    what dealer did u use?
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    Just go in skeptical, it could end up being:

    $21,375
    $499 dealer fee
    $800 freight

    "Real" total is $22,674. That would be just over CR's price.
  • germilgermil Posts: 11
    Lester Glenn; you need to have the emailed certificate from Subaru to qualify for the auto show cash back.
  • steverstever Posts: 52,683
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  • malachai1malachai1 Posts: 40
    Is it to late to get it?
  • germilgermil Posts: 11
    I think you have to attend an auto show and sign up, which generates the email and coupon.
  • Hi Guys,

    I plan to buy a new 2012 Impreza limited Hatchback in 2 week. I'd like to ask how much is lowest I should pay for it? just a standard limited W/O moon roof. Thank you for your input. I'm live in San Jose, CA. I'm very appreciated.

    Eric
  • nj31nj31 Posts: 1
    I just ordered a white pearl sport premium hatch last Friday, but as of today, I have not received the order # and production schedule yet from the dealer, or from Subaru. Would anyone please advise how many days I should be able to get the information?
  • Eric - I'm also pricing an impreza hatchback in san jose, but the premium. Looks like $700 under invoice is what you can get - maybe a little better if you decide on the sedan or a in-stock model. I got a quote from carlson subaru in redwood city for $700 under edmunds stated invoice but its a 6-8 week wait. Let us know how it goes.
  • vito68vito68 Posts: 2
    My Impreza Premium had an invoice of $23,850. The dealer offered me $22,850. I countered with $22,000 even and he accepted. It took a week to get the car which was inbound to another dealer. I've had it 2 weeks and I am very happy with it. It lacks some of the niceties that my wife's 2011 Outback has, and the 2.0 liter is no match for the 3.6 liter 6 cyl, but I am satisfied. I had another dealer offer me the same car for $21,500 but I would have had to wait 8 to 12 weeks for it to come from Japan, plus the sales tax would have been $250 higher. So I gave up $250 and got the car in 1 week, which made it worthwhile for me.
  • Vito68, I think you might be confusing "invoice" with "MSRP". $23850 seems very high for an Impreza premium invoice price, unless it has a lot of options.
  • natnabobnatnabob Posts: 1
    Just took delivery in NC of a 2012 Impreza Sport Premium 5-spd, ordered in late January. Optioned with side moldings, window visor, upgraded speakers, sill plates, rear bumper applique, and rearview mirror w/compass. $21,120 including destination+ dlr fees, before TTL.
  • cll_63cll_63 Posts: 1
    I ordered a Marine Blue Impreza 2012 Sport Limited w/ MR and NAV and Remote Start. MSRP is $26110. Worked with dealer to get price down to $24000. Ordered last week - hope to get it before Memorial Day!
  • mtbe2mtbe2 Posts: 8
    Just was offered $20,000 even (more than $1000 off invoice) for Impreza Sport Premium PZEV with CVT, no other options. This via email from a dealer I hadn't been too . Will have to order and wait.

    I sent an email to the dealer I had been working with and he only replied $500 below invoice. Not a chance.
  • jette212jette212 Posts: 7
    I was quoted $21,545 for a Limited Sedan w/no options via email. This would be for an order. I'm double checking to see if that includes destination (I sure hope so) - if it does, what do you all think about this deal? I know most of you are shooting for below invoice, but what is the likelihood that they will go below invoice on a car that they do not have on the lot and once it IS on the lot, sits there for less than a couple days?
  • mtbe2mtbe2 Posts: 8
    For the Limited Sedan for $21, 545:
    Should be about $300-400 less, but it depends on where you are located. I would email several dealers around you to see what their offers are.

    I would think ordering a car vs being on a lot wouldn't make much difference. The general thinking is that a dealer wants to get it off their lot asap, but with placing an order, they don't have to worry about anything, or the car not moving, and no salesperson's time, etc....
    I'm just guessing....
  • mrgoodwrench70mrgoodwrench70 Posts: 8
    edited April 2012
    Hi, I live in Virginia and received a quote on a 2012 Impreza Sport Premium CVT with the following options. Does this look like a good offer?
    -All weather Floor Mats
    -Auto Dim mirror with Home Link
    -Body Side Mold
    -Cargo net Rear
    -Cargo Tray 5d
    -Seat Back Protector
    -Upgraded Speakers
    -Upgraded Tweeters

    MSRP $23,153
    Discount $1650
    Adjusted price $21,503 comes to $22,413 after proceesing fee, Tax,Tags and Title.
  • I ordered the exact same car!
    CLL 63 - Sport Limited Impreza Wagon with Moonroof / NAV and PZEV
    Options
    - Remote Starter

    MSRP is $26110
    Negotiated Price is $24000
    Trade in $6500
    Price = $17,500
    Tax = $1094 (6.25%)
    Title = $5
    Document Prep = $369
    Total Contract Price = $19068
    Deposit = $500
    Cash Due $18,567

    Just saw a White Impreza 5DR - not sure if it was base or premium - drive past me on the highway. It sure looked nice...
  • jth97381jth97381 Posts: 9
    We just put a down payment on a 2012 Impreza Limited with a sunroof. We stayed away from all the other options the dealer tried to sell us on because we didnt really think we would use them. We did however decide to buy the spash guards. Car came out to $21,575. I think we got a good deal. This is a factroy order so we could get exactly what we wanted.
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