I am fairly new to the New England area and wasn't familiar with Subaru of Keene until my bank manager recommended them. She knew I was in the market for a new Outback. She said it was worth the extra drive to check them out. Prior to talking to my bank manager, I had only checked two dealers closer to me, but was discouraged by the limit inventory and the fact they had no manual transmission cars in the model and style level I wanted. (2.5i Premium with the all weather package). When I looked at Keene's website, I found exactly what I wanted so I called. The salesperson I spoke to was professional and courteous and willing to work with me. I warned him that I had at one time sold cars and that we would be speaking the same language. I made the hour and a half drive, traded in my 2003 Subaru and came home with exactly what I wanted at the price I wanted to pay. If they aren't close to you, don't let that stop you - they were worth the trip. Clancy Shuman
Any dealer can beat another dealer's price by $100, but it's what happens AFTER the sale where the real differences take shape. Price is what you pay the day you buy your car. Value is your cost over the life of ownership. If you are price shopping other dealers or brands, consider BOTH PRICE AND VALUE and you will see why Subaru of Keene will give you a GREAT DEAL and the BEST VALUE for your money -GUARANTEED!