Reviews of Sterling Subaru

  • Reviewed on 2022-04-23

    Doc Fee
    Did you purchase a new or used vehicle?New
    Did they sell you the car at MSRP?Yes
    Did they require you to purchase accessories?No
    Did they require you to purchase protection packages?No
    How likely is it that you would recommend this dealer to a friend?10
    What fees did they add and how much did they charge you?
    What accessories or protection packages did they require you to purchase and how much did they charge you?
    Is there anything else you want to share with us about this dealership?The total suggested retail price of this vehicle was 25,070. And that's what I paid for it. When I "made" the deal, the car was in transit. I "did" the deal via e-mail and phone. Never set foot on the dealer's lot until the day of sale. Easy-peasy. My salesman (ok, for you woke folk--"salesperson") was Mathew Cox. A consummate pro and gentleman (hey, this is starting to sound like a paid promotion!). Yes, it helped (a lot) that I did not HAVE to have a new vehicle, and he (Mathew) sensed that I was not bull-shatting him. With no dealer leverage, life is not so bad. NOTE--I submitted a review a few minutes ago for another new car I bought last year. Yes, I bought 2 new vehicles within 30 days of one another. And so while, yes, I did "cut and paste" from the other review for this review, the words are no less true here than there. And, BTW, this vehicle (Crosstrek) is just about as bare bones as one can find (or could find back then). Whereas my Forester (the vehicle in my other review) was nearly fully tricked out. Betwixt the two, I like the Crosstrek better. Which is NOT to say I don't like the Forester, and, in some respects, comparing the 2 is a bit of an apple to an orange, but the more I drive my Crosstrek (I have around 3,000 miles on it), the more I like it. Keri on!