Michael was very respectful and informative on the vehicles he sells. thomas was our salesman and very polite informative .they all felt like family. michael keeps his word. i noticesed tiny little chips in the windsheild when i got home and he paid to have them repaired. buying a used car can be stressful . they all made it a fun experience for us. really loved dealing with them. no pushyness. they want you to feel good about your choice.thank you you all for the deal you gave me and making it less stressful
Bought to use as a plow truck.
by MainR from Readfield, Maine
December 14, 2018
So far so good. A few issues with some warning lights but I have them all off except the airbag light. Just came on randomly.
Bought it at small dealership. Bought three year warranty at 900.00. Not a year into owning it my tranny went. Insurance would not cover the expense because antifreeze leaked into the tranny. It seems to be a common problem with frontiers and x terras. It cost me 3600 dollars to rebuild tranny.so much for extra insurance. I'm going to be selling it . Be very careful when buying extra insurance on used vehicle. Lubrico is the insurance I bought for nothing. Thanks lubrico. You duck.
I didn’t like this car. It gave me too many problems and I put too much money into it for it to still be broken. And they put the car together horribly so it’s hard to get to certain areas in the engine. Don’t get it, period.
Thought I would never buy a new car because of the quick depreciation. Went to Koenig to look at a few of their used offerings that were competitively priced. They managed to get me into a new Forester for very little more and 0% interest. Sales rep Patrick Downs was friendly and not pushy at all. Unlike other places you hear about the final signing was painless and quick with no pressure tactics.
13th "Subby" we have owned
by mmorgan103 from Tucson, AZ
December 14, 2018
Power is not that high, but comfort ease of driving, leg room heated seats, 6 speed, gas mileage 37.8 mpg, great little car but not for 10,000 ft in elevation
It was a pleasure doing business with Koenig Subaru. David Beamish, sales rep, was friendly, very competent, low-pressure, answered all my questions and was very familiar with the many, many facets of the vehicle I was interested in, a 2018 Subaru Forester. And I got a good price, and a good price for my trade-in. Totally satisfied. A good experience on all counts.
Wow. Where do I start.
by ifrt431 from Houston, TX
January 5, 2019
I've owned the 2010 Audi A4 Avant for all of a few days now.
From a performance perspective, it is like a Rear Wheel Drive Bias Wagon VW GTI with a nicer interior and a lot more room than a GTI. Handles great, engine is responsive if you shift your own gears.
But man is this thing full of problems. Check the forums if you don't believe me. Since owning this car for a few days, the dealership kindly replaced the intermediate steering shaft due to a knocking noise while steering at low speeds. Then I get it home from that service and some fluid is leaking out at a massive rate.
The forums indicate many other issues such as oil consumption, timing chain and related parts issues, turbo issues.
I don't know what VW Group was thinking during these years.
Dealt with the dealership mostly through email and phone. Gave me the best price of anywhere in Western Washington. When I showed up to purchase the car, everything was prepared and the process was extremely smooth and moved along quickly. Great experience overall.
Reliable and great on mileage
by jasNH from Merrimack, NH
December 28, 2018
My second Prius. The car is fairly comfortable, but I don’t find it as comfortable as the 2007 model. The car is a bit shorter and the seat isn’t as comfortable. Despite this I enjoy driving the car and get great gas mileage, especially during the summer.
I recently purchased my fifth Subaru Outback. This one is a 2018 2.5i Touring and Koenig Subaru in Port Angeles made the whole process easy and enjoyable! Kudos to a world-class team of professionals, especially Pat Downs--what an automotive sales pro should be: extremely knowledgable, a careful listener, patient, easy to work with, and focused on his client's needs and interests as opposed to his quota or commission.
by jake61 from Plano, tx
December 27, 2018
This car is solidly built. It is fast, quick and agile fun to drive, reliable and safe. We recommend to all especially the Quattro which gives a great girl stability and rain and snowy conditions
Patrick was helpful and a pleasure to work with. Buying a Suburu is always wonderful.
Most frustrating Hyundai that I’ve ever owned it a
by M&l from Massachusetts
January 9, 2019
Ever since the day that I purchased this car I’ve been getting contacted probably about once a year for some sort of an update or some BS that Hyundai says needs to be done to the car although it may be free never had a new car need so much stuff done to it I put down three stars and reliability because they have known mechanical issues that don’t rear their head until just after the drivetrain warranty is up! I personally brought the vehicle and had the timing chain tensioner is changed and it was actually a cam phaser problem and now it’s 2600 miles over the original warranty and I will probably have to pay for it out of my pocket
I purchased a Subaru via the internet from Gray Motors, sight un seen. Drove over a couple of days later and found the car to be as described. I wanted some maintenance done before I took the vehicle, Ernie Gray arranged the work and agreed to pay a portion of the work without my asking. Because the dealership was in Port Angeles Wa. and I am in Edmonds Wa. a ferry boat and 55 mile drive away, Ernie agreed to deliver the Car to the ferry dock, so that all I had to do was ride the ferry over to Kingston and pick up my car at the dock. Car purchase was quite painless, service and customer care excellent. They have a very good selection of cars, and sales tax is lower in Port Angeles. Give them a try.
Very Reliable Vehicle!
by hmwin from Michigan
December 11, 2018
We purchased this vehicle new in 2008 and owned it for 10 years. It was very reliable. We loved the stow and go seats as it provided so much hauling space. When purchased, it came with a lifetime powertrain warranty that we actually never had to use!
Great! They went way out of their way to help me get into a
car and at the payment I needed. They may be a bit ways away,
but worth the drive.
Most complimented vehicle I've ever Owned
by malmal from Lenexa, KS
December 31, 2018
This car is awesome for looks, but not so great when you are short like me. I could barely see over the steering wheel :(
No car I've ever owned has compared to the speed and get up this one has though! I absolutely love the vehicle- just wish I could see!
I am not sure I believe it can be a good truck need under body done bad due to rust from salt on both side and the interior need to be done upper ceiling on passenger side and need new tires bald no tread on either side of the tires need money in the truck to fix up.
I had a great experience with Ruddell and will do business with them again, as well as tell people about the great job they did to find us a car for our budget.
Worst vehicle ever
by Ford hater from Colorado
January 7, 2019
Just one year old. Battery died(YES everything was off). You cannot get the the door locks to unlock the back seat door(where my jump box is). Thought I would use a solar panel designed to keep batteries charged. Truck is run for 8 days then sits for 6. Guess what some "engineer" designed the truck so none of the aux power outlets work when the truck is turned off(great idea (sic)). The cruse control is a pain in the rear to operate(steering wheel controls are NOT user friendly). If you program a "My Key" you cannot modify without the master key. You do not teed it to program(STUPID). The hands free almost never works( voice comes on and says"you have an incoming call press 1 to answer" NOT hands free. Who designs a 4X4 truck with manual hubs in this day and age, but has an electric lock on the tailgate. I you want to use the front center cup holders with the center jump seat down, you have to remove the headrest from the center console then try to find someplace to store it, I recommend the trash. Took a rock in the windshield when the truck was 4 months old, The new windshield would not seal. After the company replaced twice, it was determined that the windshield opening was not the correct shape, it took tripling the sealant to get the windshield to seal. In the 70's I was a diehard Ford fan but now they are garbage. I would not recommend Ford to my worst enemy.
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