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This is a discussion on Is 600$ a month to much for a 2013 hatch limited? within the Car Purchasing Forum forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; Originally Posted by Liquid2k It`s the same situation with all vehicles though, not just the WRX. Domestic brands like Ford ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid2k View Post
    It`s the same situation with all vehicles though, not just the WRX. Domestic brands like Ford will offer more competetive discounts when their models have been out for a while.. but they also depreciate twice as fast. If you look at it in terms of percentage of personal income, I`m sure the cost works itself out to be similar. I make almost double the salary that I`d make doing the same job in the US.
    Ya I think I do too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid2k View Post
    It`s the same situation with all vehicles though, not just the WRX. Domestic brands like Ford will offer more competetive discounts when their models have been out for a while.. but they also depreciate twice as fast. If you look at it in terms of percentage of personal income, I`m sure the cost works itself out to be similar. I make almost double the salary that I`d make doing the same job in the US.
    I didn't look at it like that. I hadn't ever really heard of other car prices (especially performance) in Canada. I only ever heard those mention Subaru prices (well duh, we are a Subaru site). So I guess that makes sense.
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    Just to give a bit of insight, Ford Focus ST starts at 28k here, base WRX 32k.

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    Holy Crap, I'd sell an organ to be able to buy a 2013 WRX with a $10000.00 deposit at $600.00 per month.

    Best deal we have here works out to $2500.00+ per month with a $10000.00 deposit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n0ugh7 View Post
    Holy Crap, I'd sell an organ to be able to buy a 2013 WRX with a $10000.00 deposit at $600.00 per month.

    Best deal we have here works out to $2500.00+ per month with a $10000.00 deposit.
    Jeeze where do you live!?

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    that sounds a bit high. I recently purchased my 2013 limited sedan for 31.6K out the door with 4% APR and $0 down. my payment is $495 with gap insurance on a 72 month term. I also made my purchase here in Texas and I am in the military but the only discount they gave me was invoice price which was 27-29K. I recommend going to a few banks and talking to a loan specialist and see what kind of deal you can get through them. credit unions usually give pretty good rates. This can give you a better idea of what you pricing can be. Also if you got 10k to put down I would look into accerlated payments/ payining principle over interest. If you don't know what that is I highly RECOMMEND you google it and see how you can just put $0 down and stilll get the payments you want or can afford.

    I hope this was very helpful and good luck my best advice is to not rush and look into your options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertAngle View Post
    Jeeze where do you live!?
    Guess you missed that little "Location: Harare, Zimbabwe" portion under his avatar
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    It's too high, they are trying to rip you off!!!! I know the Canadian $ is a little less than the US $, but still too high. I purchased a brand new 2013 WRX sedan base model and traded my minivan in with about $3ooo in equity and I pay $475 a month for 60 at 2.9% financing...try to go to another dealer before you make up your mind and get another offer....Good Luck lad....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agron1979 View Post
    It's too high, they are trying to rip you off!!!! I know the Canadian $ is a little less than the US $, but still too high. I purchased a brand new 2013 WRX sedan base model and traded my minivan in with about $3ooo in equity and I pay $475 a month for 60 at 2.9% financing...try to go to another dealer before you make up your mind and get another offer....Good Luck lad....
    This has been covered, the base price for the WRX is much higher in Canada than it is in the US. Even when the dollar is par, the WRX in Canada will cost more.

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    More to the point I'm paying Finance on a MacBook Pro 13" With Retina Display.... it's working out to $275.00 per month for 12 months + a deposit of $410.00. So $3710.00 for a laptop that costs $1699.00 in the States. Stuffs just expensive here.

    Car import duty is running at about 105-135% depending on the age of the car, and the displacement of the engine.

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