Go to www.subaru.com and put in your zip code to find the nearest dealership. Click on "Find A Retailer". Go to that dealership's page. Click on “New Inventory” or "New Vehicles" test drive should pop up
homersboy6 said: I'm sure this is just awesome, but after they burned me on the $50 gift card for a test drive in the spring, Subaru is not on my happy list. LOL, that's about the stupidest thing i've read. So what. You still test drove for free. Ford wasn't so easy on giving out their $50 either but I ain't going to cry over it.
ernie334 said: same here. i went into one and did the whole test drive. 6months later...nothing. I honestly think they just threw it away. Same here .. am not happy with Subaru from the last test drive event
ernie334 said: same here. i went into one and did the whole test drive. 6months later...nothing. I honestly think they just threw it away. same here. i actually did the TD and still have the salespersons card. never received the reward. called subaru, they told me to pound salt.
AzianFleeMarket said: homersboy6 said: I'm sure this is just awesome, but after they burned me on the $50 gift card for a test drive in the spring, Subaru is not on my happy list. LOL, that's about the stupidest thing i've read. So what. You still test drove for free. Ford wasn't so easy on giving out their $50 either but I ain't going to cry over it. You're right, I forgot about the free test drive that I would have had to pay for at other dealers. Thanks for reminding me!
steveinator said: I printed out by coupon and 2 seconds later my cell phone rang asking about when i want to schedule a test drive... let's hope you're joking and weren't naive enough to give your real # to people who work on commission.
Thanks for this. I went to their site and was greeted by a mention of Consumer Reports, which violates their policies, so I reported Subaru.
It is not a $20 tumbler. It is a tumbler with a $20 Starbucks credit on it, which is clearly stated: FREE STARBUCKS TUMBLER PRELOADED WITH $20 CREDIT. You should get the tumbler, with the credit, right then at the dealer.
For those that are going through this effort - you spend the time to drive to the dealership, drive the vehicle you have no intention of buying (wasting their time), all for $20 in coffee and a crappy tumbler? How about saying "I'm not going to buy, so if you would like just give me the tumbler and I won't bother you any longer".
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