MrHkr

2019 Outback

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The place I bought mine from was pretty tight on the discounts. Kinda like MAP pricing. Once and a while you’ll see discounts on older/left over boats, but not new models. Most places will give you accessory credit though which is negotiable. Example: you pay full price on the boat, but you’ll get $150 worth of free accessories. Your gonna want/need something with the boat. Whether it be a cart, safety flag, fish finder mount, etc., etc.

 

and welcome to SOL!!

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In my neck of the woods, Demo models go on sale a year after being placed in service.    Pretty good discount, but the local shop only has ONE outback that will be available in August. 

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the problem is that the outbacks are selling too fast, some dealers sell out and they don't have to discount.

 

Calling your local dealer and talking accessories is a good way to get a discount, you will need a cart and other assorted items, see what you can get.

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maybe ask around for one that was damaged during shipping, for example one that got scratched up. when i bought my outback the guy was trying to get me to buy the floor model because it was scratched. and he was willing to take few hundred dollars off. i opted out though because i didnt want red. so i bought the camo one and he gave me a free heavy duty cart. 

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