There’s a reason that more and more often, when someone’s looking to purchase a new vehicle, they track down a Subaru. Subaru’s are full of perks that keep previous owners coming back time and time again, and they do a great job of attracting new owners too.
But why should you buy a Subaru at Tim’s? We’re glad you asked.
The last thing you want is to purchase a vehicle and have it break down on you just a few miles down the road. When you get a Subaru from Tim’s Truck, that’s not something you need to worry about.
Subaru’s are extremely reliable, giving you a little extra peace of mind once you leave the lot.
One of the top perks of owning a Subaru is that at any point in time that you want to sell it, there’s no problem finding a buyer. And since buyers are abundant, that keeps the resale value of a Subaru higher than the competition.
Keeping value in your vehicle is a pretty big deal, and it’s a huge reason so many people choose to purchase a Subaru.
After you own your car the last thing you want to do is spend a ton of money on it. That’s another huge perk of owning a Subaru. Not only is the preventative maintenance extremely affordable, but in the unlikely event that something breaks, repairing a Subaru is comparatively affordable too.
That’s because there are tons of high-quality aftermarket parts available, which drives down the repair costs for anything that breaks. And while they might be an aftermarket part, that doesn’t mean they won’t last a long time and get the job done better than ever.
There are plenty of places where you can save a few bucks, safety isn’t one of them. Subaru recognizes this and makes some of the safest vehicles on the road.
Plenty of Subaru vehicles get perfect grades from the National Highways Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and even more win awards from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). They’re extremely safe vehicles, and they’re a great choice all-around.
It’s a selling point of Subaru, and unless you’re hunting down a BRZ, every Subaru on the market today is All Wheel Drive. This gives your vehicle more responsiveness and helps you stay in control of your vehicle in inclement weather. It’s one less thing to worry about when you’re driving a Subaru.
When you purchase a new car, it loses 15 to 20 percent of its value as soon as you drive it off the lot. That’s why you should skip the dealership and head over to a used car lot like Tim’s Truck.
Someone else already took that initial depreciation, and now you can swoop in and get a great car while saving a ton of money. Why spend more on a new car when you can get the exact same thing at a fraction of the price?