Though I may well add more later. Here's the shortened version. I got an OK Internet price from Steve Montgomery. I then asked Steve how much trade-in I would get for the blue car. I described the car and said, No, I don't want to bring it by.
|Yes, mine is orange and I'm sure my life will now be so much better! Photo courtesy Subaru.|
If you want a Subaru and are reasonably close to RK Subaru in Virginia Beach, take a look at their Website and send Steve a note and tell him what you're interested in. I need to mention that Subaru, as a company, has had huge increases in their sales for several years and RK (or any dealer, for that matter) may well not have exactly what you want in stock. So, keep that in mind. You might have to wait a few days. This sort of sums up my sales experience with RK. Oh, don't want to leave out Jarrett Lawfer. Yes, he's the young man who is the F&I guy who you have to see. He's the person who goes over all the paper work and such. Hey, he might even ask you if want an extended warranty or something. Anyway, he was delightful and surely no hassle and I thoroughly enjoyed spending a few minutes with him.
EDIT: If you buy a car from RK, tell them you want Jarret to process your "paper work."