When buying or leasing a car from the Subaru branch of this Delta Imports, be prepared for problems and to make a lot of phone calls or visits. Also, be very skeptical about promises from the sales staff. Get everything they promise in writing with signatures. I recently leased a new Subaru from Delta Imports. When I picked the car up, I discovered that it had some factory flaws which multiple members of the sales staff promised to have fixed at no cost as soon as the replacement parts were available and at my convenience (even promising to come and pick up the car and deliver a loaner to me for the day or so needed to make the repairs). Most of that did not happen. After 3 months, I hadn't heard anything from anyone. So, I checked with the dealership service and parts departments during a scheduled oil change. The parts department had no record of me in their part ordering system because the sales department had not placed the part request...after 3 months. The parts department promised to order the required parts and have someone contact me when they were available to be installed. They did say that one of the parts was not yet available, and it could take several more weeks before it was. After another month, I was at the dealership for a warranty-covered repair (wheel bearing had gone bad after 4000 miles), and I checked with the parts department on the status of my initial request. As it turned out, the parts for my initially needed repair had been sitting in a back room at the dealership for two weeks, but no one had contacted me. Luckily, it was a slow day for the service department, and the service manager was pretty good in dealing with the situation. So, I was able to get all the necessary repairs done that day. Very poor communication between departments and minimal effort toward customer service. To top things off, the dealership has since sent me several requests/incentive offers to recommend them to people looking to buy or lease a car.