I used to go to used Chevy dealers a lot, but that was before my particular favorite used Chevy dealers suggested me to their sister used Subaru dealers. I had a good relationship with the used Chevy dealers, and knew that they were trying to do right by me, so I googled used subaru rochester ny and found the Subaru dealers that they had suggested.
When I checked out the used Chevy dealers suggestion, I found helpful salespeople that told me all about Subaru and why I was right for coming there.
First of all, I am a big supporter or domestic cars. That was why I had always trusted the used Chevy dealers. I know that Subaru is a Japan based auto maker, but little did I know, though, that Subaru of America was established in 1968 in Philadelphia. This means that for over 40 years when Americans buy Subaru you support domestic industry and factories, and keep the domestic economy growing.
Not to mention Subaru is as green a car company that you are going to find. Did you know that the Subaru plant in Lafayette, Indiana was actually the first auto assembly plant that achieved zero landfill status? Subaru has also earned a 97.3 percent recycling ratio rate for their end of life vehicles through the use of highly recyclable materials throughout their vehicles.
How impressive is that? It shows a dedication to ideals and a kind of integrity that many companies simply do not have anymore.
Lastly, Subaru offers turbocharged versions of their passenger cars like the Impreza WRX, which was very, very appealing to me. I need to be able to cart my family around, but I still also have that need for speed that I did in High School.
I had a good run with my used Chevy dealers, but my business will now go to used Subaru dealers. So if you are in the market for a new car, I would definitely suggest finding your local chevy dealers or your local Subaru dealers and see about getting yourself into a green, domestically built vehicle.
If you have any experience with used Chevy dealers or used Subarus, please share your story in the comments!