Again, you could've had the 7-seater for about the same price. Why not have the flexibility?legandrex said:5 passenger only comes as a base model? We have a limited 5 pass. with nav. In addition, under floor storage is useful for us. We store an umbrella there plus a vehicle safety kit. At this stage my wife, 6 month old daughter, and I have no need for the 7 passenger.
An Explorer? Perhaps you mean you help your dad push it to the side of the road when trying to get to the show? :lol:legandrex said:With the 5 pass I don't have to drive my uncle, cousins, etc. to places like the Chicago auto show. We make my dad drive his 7 pass explorer. I save on gas and downtown stress. So in my case added flexibility is no good.
Dealer here in Houston sell both for the same price....like i said in my previous thread, by buying the 7 passenger tribeca, he gave us $1000 trade in allowance as well. honestly, i only bought the 7 passenger to save money, if the 5 pasenger was $1800 less, i would have gotten the 5p.3rdsub said:The seven passenger stickers about $1800 more than the 5. Subaru is selling them at about the same price according to this thread. Which means to me that nobody is willing to pay for the seven seater.
I believe that Subaru's production estimates were 4 7s for each 5. When an outback owner looks at the third row he scratches his head and says "where's the room?".