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    Quote Originally Posted by josnroh View Post
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    That is below projections, isn't it?

    Maybe if dealers weren't adding on "fair market value" thousands, more would sell?

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    What were the initial projections?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cushcalc View Post
    That is below projections, isn't it?

    Maybe if dealers weren't adding on "fair market value" thousands, more would sell?
    I haven't seen ANY dealers adding on "Fair market value"

    Most are selling near invoice, and a few are selling at sticker.. but I haven't seen any crazy pricing.

    A town near me just got their first GT350 in for the lot, that wasn't a preorder, and it's marked up to 77K.. now that, is insane. lol
    I have an STi with an intake and no tune, I never change my oil, and my wheel spacerz are mad tyte.

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    I work for a Subaru dealership and we sell below mrsp. For example, we have a package 2 STI - MSRP:$36,269 Selling Price: $34,667. Plus, you get an extra $100 off, if you are an internet customer and set an appointment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irickchad View Post
    I haven't seen ANY dealers adding on "Fair market value"

    Most are selling near invoice, and a few are selling at sticker.. but I haven't seen any crazy pricing.

    A town near me just got their first GT350 in for the lot, that wasn't a preorder, and it's marked up to 77K.. now that, is insane. lol
    Quote Originally Posted by amtrman View Post
    I work for a Subaru dealership and we sell below mrsp. For example, we have a package 2 STI - MSRP:$36,269 Selling Price: $34,667. Plus, you get an extra $100 off, if you are an internet customer and set an appointment.
    Well, in Denver they are selling for over MSRP at dealers. Colorado is a big market for Subaru, I think.

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