Flagstaff Subaru

4.0
(93 reviews)
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Sales hours: 8:00am to 7:00pm
Service hours: 7:30am to 6:00pm
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Monday 7:30am–6:00pm 8:00am–7:00pm
Tuesday 7:30am–6:00pm 8:00am–7:00pm
Wednesday 7:30am–6:00pm 8:00am–7:00pm
Thursday 7:30am–6:00pm 8:00am–7:00pm
Friday 7:30am–6:00pm 8:00am–7:00pm
Saturday 8:00am–5:00pm 8:00am–7:00pm
Sunday Closed Closed
New (928) 255-1444 (928) 255-1444
Used (928) 255-5228 (928) 255-5228
Service (928) 255-5744 (928) 255-5744

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4.0
(93 reviews)

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5.0

Excellent

I was taking college tours with my son and had to make the trip up the hill from Phoenix when my transmission went in to safe mode. Arrived in Flaggstaff at 4:15 and took it to the dealership. Mimi in service was outstanding. She explained the issues with the Sentra and gave me a loaner car. The next day my car was done, everything under warranty and no issues. Mimi was very helpful and kind, especially knowing I was from out of town. Thank you Mimi for making a very stressful situation stress free!

5.0

Great help with long distance purchase

I recently purchased a used BMW Z3 from Flagstaff Nissan Subaru. Taylor McLaughlin was my sales consultant. He was super attentive and did a great job answering my many questions as I was buying the car over the internet and did not actually see it in person until I arrived in Flagstaff to pick it up. What impressed me most was Taylor's knowledge of cars in general and his responsiveness. He was very helpful in pointing out things that pictures could not tell about the vehicle and very honest. When I arrived I was not disappointed. The car was maybe even a little better than advertised and Taylor even picked me up at the airport. Taylor and the whole team at Flagstaff Nissan Subaru are great.

5.0

Great service in purchasing a car

I found a used BMW Z3 at the dealership. The sales consultant that helped me with this purchase was Taylor McLaughlin. He was exceedingly helpful in responding to many questions that I had about the car. He gave me a very good overview of the condition of the car that pictures could not convey ... including the good features as well as a small part that needed to be replaced and installed by a BMW dealer. This helped to give me the confidence to buy the car before I saw it in person, fly to Flagstaff and drive in home to northern Colorado. The car was as good as advertised and I am just as pleased with it now that I put on a thousand miles coming home.. I have purchased many cars over the years and can say that Taylor and the team at Flagstaff Nissan Subaru are second to none.

1.0

Worst I have ever dealt with.

I tried to do a deal with Scott Eckman. Never have I been spoken to so rudely and he had such a bad attitude. Do yourself a favor don't deal with him in any capacity. Besides the fact that it seemed like he had no idea what he was doing. How he is called a sales manager is beside me.

5.0

The most Impressive and Easy Experience

We went in to purchase a Subaru Outback, and our experience was a pleasure. Everyone we spoke to was very personal and pleasant. We highly encourage all dealers to take note from the owners RYdell auto group. They understand how to treat customers with respect and deliver a sale with no high pressure or gimmicks. We will be telling all our friends about Flagstaff Subaru! Thank you!

5.0

Great customer service!!

I visited Flagstaff Nissan Subaru about a week ago looking to buy a Subaru. I was undecided between Subaru Outback and Forester. Gary Loos was the sales person that assisted me until I found what I wanted. Gary was very honest, trustworthy, friendly and very helpful. He let me test drive few vehicles with no problem. Gary made the process of buying a car very easy and smooth. He is a no nonsense kind of a guy, he is right to the point, and I think that is refreshing to see in a sales person. He answered all my questions until I was satisfied. He did not try to influence me or force me to buy a car like most car dealers do and my husband and I absolutely love that about Gary. He gives you all the options and choices available and you make your own decision as a buyer depending on your wallet/budget. I speak highly about Gary to anyone I known. I am 100% recommending people to Gary Loos! I LOVE MY CAR!!!. Thank you Gary! Thank you Sincerely, Victoria

1.0

Please

We live on the Navajo Nation, specifically in Cameron Arizona. We filled out an application in Tuba City Arizona with a girl named Shelby. My auntie does not speak English and lives on a fixed income. I specifically told that to her and told Shelby that if she had any questions or concerns that I am the contact, her nephew. The next day, "The Sales Professional," drove a Nissan Sentra that they chose for her to her resident, picked her up and took her into Tuba City, without my knowledge. They took her to her bank and without her knowledge wrote a temporary check for 500.00 deposit. I called the sales manager named Dustin at the Flagstaff Dealer ship and he advised me that I had no power in helping her as my name is not on the contract. Loraine Begaye her two men came by my auntie’s resident and advised her to start making payments. I'm not explaining the whole story. I would not recommend this place.

1.0

They "Fixed" my Car

I am the proud owner of a 2014 WRX Hatchback in World Rally Blue. This is my second Subaru that I have owned. Before my WRX, I had a base 2010 Impreza Hatchback which I thoroughly enjoyed. In the 1.5 years that I have owned my WRX, it has been nothing but great. This is my favorite car that I have owned so far. It is fun to drive, has lots of room, and handles great in the winter time. The Subaru community is pretty awesome as well. I am part of our local Subaru club, FASIC (Flagstaff, AZ Subaru Impreza Club). I love hanging out with fellow enthusiasts and going for drives. While everything else about my ownership experience was great, my dealership experience was far from it. I take care of my car. I get regular oil changes every 3000 miles at the dealership in Flagstaff. About a two months ago my car started making a chirping noise at lower RPMs. I didn’t think much of it at first, but then a month ago it got really loud. I took to the forums and found that it had to do with the throw-out bearing. Since my car was still under warranty I took it in to the dealership, Flagstaff Nissan Subaru, to get the issue looked into and fixed. I made an appointment and I took my car to the dealership on November 20, 2015 to get it looked at to see what the issue could be. I never received any phone calls on the status of my car. I had to call the dealership to get an update, and every time I called they seemed annoyed that I wanted to know what was going on with my car. After 9.5 hours at the dealership, I got a call saying that the throw-out bearing is faulty and will be replaced. The dealership could not tell me when the parts would arrive or if it was covered under my warranty. I needed a vehicle for the weekend to run some errands. The dealership did not have any courtesy cars available, so they gave me back my car and told me to bring it back Monday morning so they could fix it, so I did; I dropped it off Sunday night. I called the dealership because once again they did not call me to update me on the status of my WRX. The dealer now told me that there is nothing wrong with my car, even after having identified the problem the Friday before. I picked up my vehicle and realized that it was still making the same noise as before, so I took it to my local Subaru performance shop, 316 Motor Works. I had them listen to the noise and they determined that it was indeed the throw-out bearing that was at fault. I took my car back to the dealership that same day and took a mechanic out for a ride in hopes that he would hear the noise and be able to identify the issue. The mechanic heard the noise and identified it as a faulty throw-out bearing. He said that they would need to order the parts in order to repair my WRX. I received a call the following Tuesday from Flagstaff Nissan Subaru to inform me that the parts would be here by November 30th and that it would be covered under my warranty. I dropped my car off at the dealership again the following Monday. The dealership said that they would have the parts installed by the end of the day and that I would be able to drive home in my WRX that night. Once again I had to call for any updates on my vehicle. They informed me that it would not be done until Tuesday, December 1st. At this point I stopped by the dealership to demand a courtesy car. All this time I have not received a courtesy car from the dealership and had to rely on my family for transportation to and from work. They finally gave me a courtesy vehicle which was a very nice 2015 Impreza sedan. The next day, I called the dealership again to get an update on my vehicle. They finally said that it is ready to be picked up. I picked up the car and headed home. By the time I got home, the car started making the same noise again, except this time it was much louder and more frequent. The dealership had my vehicle for 4 days, and all they managed to do was make the noise worse and wash my car twice. Fed up with Flagstaff Nissan Subaru, I took my WRX to 316 Motor Works to get the throw-out bearing issue fixed once and for all. They ordered all the necessary parts and once the parts arrived, they installed them in less than a day. During the repair, it was noted that the transmission looked like it had never been pulled before which is interesting, because in order to install a new throw-out bearing, it has to be removed. It was also noted that two of the bolts on the downpipe were broken. These should have been replaced while my vehicle was at the dealership, but were not since the downpipe was never removed from the vehicle (the downpipe needs to be removed to gain access to the transmission). I wound up paying over $600 to get my car repaired when it should have been covered under warranty. My dealership experience was so bad, that I did not want to return to Flagstaff Nissan Subaru get the problem fixed there. I have driven the car for over a week now and the noise has not come back. 316 Motor Works was able to repair my WRX in less than a day when it took a Subaru dealership over three weeks of back and forth to do absolutely nothing except wash my car. Flagstaff Nissan Subaru is terrible. Never in my life have I had such a terrible experience at a dealership. I will avoid this dealership as they showed me their inability to diagnose or fix anything. The staff does not care about the customer’s vehicle, nor do they care about the customer. I shouldn’t have to keep calling the dealership to get an update on my vehicle. The dealership claimed to have completed warranty work when nothing was actually installed or done to my vehicle. All they managed to do in four days was waste my time, wash my car, and make the problem worse. I love my WRX but the same can’t be said for Flagstaff Nissan Subaru.

4.8

Excellent!

No negotiations. The figures are the facts. Nice easy grouping of options makes selection process easy. Sales guys were great - made the experience fun. Informative. Listened to my needs.

1.0

Horrible service

It's a shame how they treat their customers and their vehicles. Worst service department I have ever had to encounter.