2006 Subaru Outback Used Car Book Values

  • Private Seller Price

    The amount you can expect to pay if you buy a 2006SubaruOutback from a private seller.

  • Dealer Price

    The amount you can expect to pay if you buy a 2006SubaruOutback from a dealer.

  • Trade-In Value

    Based on the Black Book value of a 2006SubaruOutback, this is the amount you can expect to receive for your SubaruOutback if you sell it to the dealer at the same time you are purchasing a new vehicle.

  • Private Sale Price

    The amount you can expect to actually receive for your 2006Subaru if you sell it privately.

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Depreciation: These new cars are the biggest losers in one year

The worst models lose a third (or more) of their value in the first 12 months.

Nearly all cars depreciate over time, but some are way worse than others. Here are the vehicles that lost the most value in the first year of ownership.

Black Friday car shoppers should wait for lower prices

The best day for holiday shopping isn't the best one to buy a car.

The unofficial consumer holiday is often touted as the best day to get some major discounts, but new data from TrueCar.com shows Black Friday is only the fifth-best day to get a heavily discounted car.

Used Car Prices Expected To Drop In Next Few Years

Analysts warn of largest decline in second-hand vehicle prices in U.S. history

This year's surge in new car sales could make for cheaper used cars down the road.

Is Today's Honda Accord Cheaper Than It Was Back In 1989?

The answer is pretty surprising

The American Public Media radio show Marketplace recently tackled the question whether modern vehicles were actually more expensive once you factored in important variables like inflation and cost of ownership.

Booming Crossover SUV Sales Trigger Car Discounts

The year-long shift is hurting car sales so much that automakers are offering bigger discounts to keep moving metal

The seismic shift in American car-buying toward trucks and crossover SUVs is creating great deals on compact and midsize cars.

Car Buying
A car dealer's insider tips: What not to do when buying a new car

Car buyers make these mistakes all the time.

Negotiating a deal on a new car can feel like a battle. Arm yourself with these insider tips from a car dealer.

Unusual Car Colors Are Cheaper Upfront, Have Higher Resale Value

Yellow cars depreciate in value the least, according to a new study

According to a new study from iSeeCars.com, cars painted in unusual colors are cheaper at initial purchase and depreciate less than common colors such as black, white and silver.

Car Ownership Costs Less, New Study Finds

Fuel, tires and insurance costs all dropped

AAA has good news for car owners tired of feeling the pinch of car ownership: The cost of owning and operating a car has gone down in the last year.

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