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AutoFair Subaru
77 Plaistow Rd
Plaistow, NH 03865
(603) 382-7101
AutoFair Subaru Reviews

Belknap Subaru
35 Tilton Rd
Tilton, NH 03276
(603) 729-1300
Belknap Subaru Reviews

Ed Reilly Subaru
150 Manchester St
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 225-0200
Ed Reilly Subaru Reviews

Exeter Subaru
37 Portsmouth Ave
Stratham, NH 03885
(603) 778-0300
Exeter Subaru Reviews

Manchester Subaru
764 2nd St
Manchester, NH 03102
(603) 668-2411
Manchester Subaru Reviews

Ocean Subaru
203 Lafayette Rd
North Hampton, NH 03862
(603) 964-9303
Ocean Subaru Reviews

Prime Subaru
193 Lowell Road
Hudson, NH 03051
(603) 888-9999
Prime Subaru Reviews

Profile Subaru
1323 Route 16
Conway, NH 03818
(603) 447-3845
Profile Subaru Reviews

Subaru of Claremont
152 Charlestown Rd
Claremont, NH 03743
(603) 542-9966
Subaru of Claremont Reviews

Subaru of Keene
11 Production Ave
Keene, NH 03431
(888) 466-1070
Subaru of Keene Reviews

Subaru of Milford
544 Nashua St (101a)
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 673-0510
Subaru of Milford Reviews

Tri-City Subaru
195 Route 108
Somersworth, NH 03878
(603) 742-3647
Tri-City Subaru Reviews

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Prime Subaru - Hudson, NH

On 5/29/2016 2:27:26 PM wrote:
Stay Away! . I came to Prime Subaru in Hudson NH just to look and get information about a new car. I arrived in my 2013 Subaru WRX with 27,000 miles on it. I wanted to purchase a new wrx with and automatic transmission. I was told by Gary the salesman that they are very expensive because they are only available with every conceivable option and it takes 3 to 4 months to get one, I found out later this is a complete LIE because every Subaru Dealer can research in a few seconds every Subaru that is coming into every dealership anywhere in New England. So he had me convinced that I could not afford the car I wanted. I found out later that cars were on their way within a short period of time and there was nothing wrong with my car except I was having a hard time with the clutch because the 2013 wrx has a very sensitive clutch. I was in no big rush to purchase a new car but I really wanted to see if I could get the automatic WRX. Now I was deceived into believing I could not acquire the vehicle I wanted. A friend of mine purchased a new Crosstrek about a year ago and it suits his needs he is an avid hiker. So Gary the salesman showed me a silver one. I sat in it it felt very comfortable. He told me lets take it for a test drive I told him I was too tired I will come back tomorrow. So i drove it around the parking lot only. I went back inside to the dealership to give him the keys back because I was very tired and I told him I will come back tomorrow and check out the car and take it for a proper test drive. He told me to fill out a credit application I told him I was too tired again. I also did not have my closeup glasses with me he said it only takes about 5 mins so he asked me questions and filled out the credit application. I told him I have a disability and he was making me very nervous and I wanted to go home. He then opened his desk draw and brought out 2 bottles of very expensive craft beer with a very high alcohol content he served me beer and convinced me to purchase the vehicle .He also told me he needed to sell the car that night so it would help with his bonus for the month. I was confused and semi intoxicated so i signed the paperwork. This is something I never would have done if i was sober. Then everything changed he rushed me out the door and did not explain any of the controls inside the automotive. I drove home and the suv rode very rough and handled very badly. The next morning I met a man from Snap on tools right across the street from my apartment I purchased a high quality digital Profession tire quage. My car had 58 pounds of pressure in each tire WAY over inflated .So the car was cold so I corrected the tire pressure. I am very fortunate that my cousins husband has an auto body shop that I can see from my front window. Thats how I saw the truck from Snap on Tools. Thank God i did not get into an accident the night before with the over inflated tires. I went back to Prime Subaru the next morning and checked the tire pressure on several other cars . They were also grossly over inflated one of the Sales mangers saw me do this. I told him about this safety issue. He was very very upset and made a phone call to his boss and said to him we have a major problem. Do your homework before you buy a car anywhere. Its very sad to take advantage of the disabled. Never shop alone.

Ocean Subaru - North Hampton, NH

On 5/26/2016 12:05:58 PM wrote:
It was a pleasure working with Kyle at Ocean Subaru during the purchase of my new vehicle. Kyle took the time to review the models I was interested in with no pressure to make a sale. Pricing on the vehicle, as well as available financing options, were totally transparent and painless. The purchase went smoothly, and I drove off the lot in my new Forester after about three hours. As a first time car buyer, I would recommend Ocean to anyone seeking a friendly and hassle-free car buying experience.