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Great customer service. Sam, Heather and Eric are... - Rauwema
Great customer service. Sam, Heather and Eric are friendly and very knowledgeable. It's a comfort to know my car is in the good hands of your service dept.
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New Car Sales
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From start to finish, my experience was amazing! James... - LYDIABAUMER
From start to finish, my experience was amazing! James was very friendly and knowledgeable, and I absolutely couldn’t be happier with my new car
Used Car Sales
New and Used Vehicle Sales
I really like the no pressure sales, I bought a Jeep and... - henrikpandp
I really like the no pressure sales, I bought a Jeep and Rob the sales guy was not to familiar with the inns and outs of it, but he found answers from the service people and others in the office. Refreshing to see that he cared enough not to just give me an answer but to do the research needed.
Service Department - Jack Loresto
If you want good work done on your vehicle, take it anywhere but Fox Subaru. They have damaged multiple vehicles that we have brought in, nearly caused an accident when a repair failed and have never taken any kind of responsibility when they are confronted. Recalls that were quoted to be done in 2 hours have resulted in cars staying at the dealership for 7 days due techs breaking components. They will try to hide their mistakes and unless you inspect your cars after getting them back, I would have no confidence in their work.
My family has bought no less than 5 Subarus and we have loved the cars over more than 15 years of ownership. We do our own maintenance on the vehicles and know the cars inside and out, and really take pride in keeping them immaculate. We only take the cars to Fox Subaru for recalls because of the poor experiences we have had there.
The first problems with this dealership were when there was a recall on a brake line that could rust and burst. Within 3 years of having the dealership "fix" the brake lines, both vehicles that had been serviced experienced brake line ruptures, exactly where the recall had specified a problem, in one case nearly causing an accident. When confronted about the botched repairs, the service manager said that "other things cause brake lines to rupture" and only relented when I brought documentation from Subaru of America with how they should have repaired the lines.
With the Takata airbag recalls the entire dash has to be removed on Gen 4 Subarus to replace the passenger airbag. On all 3 cars we brought to Subaru, they damaged the dashboards when prying them, leaving chunks missing right in the center above the radio, and broke the mounting tabs for the dash leaving it loose.The dealership actually returned all the cars to us without mentioning the obvious gouges in the dash. Their only excuse when asked why they were damaged it is that "it is difficult to take the dashboard out". They seem to forget that it is their job to not damage your car when working on it, and try to make you feel bad that you would want your car returned to you how you brought it in. Also worth mentioning is that the "repair" they do to the dashes after damaging them involves essentially a hot glue gun melting in some new plastic. This then degrades after 6 months and does not match the pattern of the surrounding plastic, leaving a permanent blemish.
This service department has been deceitful, disrespectful and tried to hide their mistakes thinking that you will take their word at face value, and not know how to call them on their poor work. If you value your vehicle take it anywhere else.
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