2018 Subaru Crosstrek - 79% Residual

#61

Probably OK with high MF and low discounts.

#62

what was the invoice pricing?

#63

I think I’m a little over 1K behind invoice on this. Not sure though.

#64

I think less than that

#65

Just a fantastic car, couldn’t be any happier:

#66

Nice. Can you post picture & details here:

#67

Wanted to chime in on that I also picked up a 2018 limited and love it. The limited model is extremely hard to find in most markets now tho and it seems 500-700 off msrp is the norm as of this post. Local dealer I dealt with told me they only got allocated 3 total for October so who knows how long before discounts and inventory go back up. I did a purchase on mine and just wanted to forward the info that Subaru comes back at 3.99 72months. Buy rate is 2.75. So a dealer can give you that rate if they wish to loose there cut.

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#68

Advertised at about invoice (~$2K off)

#69

Not saying nobody’s doing it. But the biggest advertised within 500 miles of down here is around $900. Most dealerships have under 10 listed as well and many are in transit. True car actually lists the true car price as slightly above msrp.

#70

Because TrueCar gets its cut. If dealer sells for $500 off MSRP and TrueCar gets $1K referral, you do the math :slight_smile:

#71

A month ago it was around $1000 off msrp. Didn’t realize truecar got that big of a cut now. When I last heard anyone talk about it they got $250 a referral and a yearly fee for the dealer to be on the list.

#72

Got an email from chase for $300 off, just want to share

https://www.subaru.com/chase-offer-crosstrek2018?cp=SMF0000686538

#73

I think it’s personalised offer, no? I got the same.

#74

Oh, it is personalized? So cant share. Didnt know :sweat_smile:

#75

Costco price is $600 under invoice for the premium, by the way!

#76

It’s run by the same people who did LExus promotion. Just change the link and get the offer :slight_smile:

#77

Costco is one of the better leasehacking tools

#78

This could be a stupid question. What is the “Net cap cost.” There is a deal listed on the subaru page but it says “Net cap cost of $19,880.” Does that mean that’s the total amount the can be applied to that lease deal?

#79

It’s the sales price after rebates/incentives/down payment.

#80

OK. So if you want the $199 “deal” you have come up with enough down to make the leased amount $19,880 in this example. Thanks for the input.