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    would you pay this for a 2014?

    Hey,
    Here is your OTD...
    Sale Price- $25,993
    Sales Tax- $1,885
    Doc Fee- $164.30
    New Plates- $221
    Down Payment- $8,000
    OTD- $20,263.30
    What do you think? Are you ready to secure this vehicle?
    Very Best,

    dose this even make any sense I said 8000 to take down what I would owe for the car with out paying interest but I think he miss calculated somewhere or maybe Im really bad at math

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    nvm this makes sense to me know that my dumba$$ used a calculator but I think they should come down on the price

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    Guessing it's just a base WRX? I paid a little less than that for my 2012
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    Base model with 2600 miles and they want full retail.... I wouldn't pay that much. Why do they have it?

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    You can get a new one with a sale price $1000 under that. I would walk away.

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    whrere do you guys get all these deals im 45 mins out of Chicago and I cant get a damn deal the 2014's start at 27,993 over here every one has them at that price and all the used wrxs are only under 2,000 from a new

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    no idea why they have it im guessing someone who couldn't make payments

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    is it cheaper to buy a wrx on the east side

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX2012SE60177 View Post
    is it cheaper to buy a wrx on the east side
    It's never cheaper to buy a WRX when it's winter...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX2012SE60177 View Post
    is it cheaper to buy a wrx on the east side

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    Looks like a bad deal to me.
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    It is always a good idea to shop around. Ultimately at the end of the day, you need to deterimine...1 - do I want this car? and 2 - is this a price that I feel is fair and can afford.

    We all got better or worse deals, and depending on our experiences this will either sound like a good or bad deal. I would certainly make sure the car is A-OK in the eyes of an independent subaru mechanic if I was going to be dropping that kind of change on a used (no matter how low the mileage) WRX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX2012SE60177 View Post
    whrere do you guys get all these deals im 45 mins out of Chicago and I cant get a damn deal the 2014's start at 27,993 over here every one has them at that price and all the used wrxs are only under 2,000 from a new
    Start here he does out of state all the time and sales them for 500 under dealer invoice !!! http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/car-purchasing-forum/134354187-clubwrx-new-car-buying-program-its-back-post2864553.html

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    thanks ill defiantly take a look at it

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX2012SE60177 View Post
    Hey,
    Here is your OTD...
    Sale Price- $25,993
    Sales Tax- $1,885
    Doc Fee- $164.30
    New Plates- $221
    Down Payment- $8,000
    OTD- $20,263.30
    What do you think? Are you ready to secure this vehicle?
    Very Best,

    dose this even make any sense I said 8000 to take down what I would owe for the car with out paying interest but I think he miss calculated somewhere or maybe Im really bad at math
    Based on this email alone, I would walk away, not just from the deal, but the dealership. Your OTD is $28,263. For this salesperson to subtract the down payment amount from the OTD calculation is not bad math; it's sneaky and dishonest.

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