Subaru for Sale in Twin Falls, ID

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$20,000 35,030 mi.

2017 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

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4.4 (5 reviews)
2 mi. from 83301
  • Ext. Color: Gray
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  • Transmission: CVT
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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2014 Dodge dart
by Gloria Aguilar from Twin Falls, ID
May 23, 2017
My experience here was great. They were friendly and great at making things work out. If it wasn't for them I wouldn't get my first car.
Reliable. Affordable. Excellent utility.
by No Screen Name from Brooklyn, New York
January 10, 2019
Amazing sedan for the snow! Drives well. Great features. Really the only thing that’s missing for me is the automatic lock once the car is in drive and moving. You have to remember to lock the doors. Otherwise, I love it!
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$19,000 35,360 mi.

2016 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

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(208) 944-9967
4.4 (5 reviews)
2 mi. from 83301
  • Ext. Color: Red
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: CVT
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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2013 ford f150
by Ronald from Gooding id
May 20, 2017
This is my 3rd vehicle. Love working with jacklyn. Great staff
AWesome sedan
by SpryGuy1 from Haddam, CT
January 2, 2019
This car handles snow with fun! Basically it handles like a charm and there is nothing I would change. I have the Limited w/ Eyesight which I highly recommend. The downside are the HVAC controls. They are not intuitive at all and I find I have to take my eyes off the roads to make simple adjustments. The screen also reflects the sunlight and can be difficult to see at times. Comfort is excellent, front and back, and ingress/egress is great for folks w/o arthritis. Trunk space is also a plus.
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$22,000 34,820 mi.

2015 Subaru Forester 2.5i Limited

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(208) 944-9967
4.4 (5 reviews)
2 mi. from 83301
  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: CVT
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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07 GMC Denali
by Kathleen Pruett from Hailey , Idaho
May 17, 2017
Very professional and courteous experience. Thank you. D&K
I love my Forester more than a Cadillac
by KeyLime from Shiloh, Illinois
January 13, 2019
I have a 2015 2.5i base. I fell in love with a Cadillac XT5 at a car show, and test drove one and a Lexus but could not bring myself to give up the Subie. While I would like more power, I like the MPG. Therefore when a more powerful engine is more important I will drive my Taurus SHO and get 20 MPG. I love the visibility in the Forester, one of the prime reasons my next vehicle will be another Forester. I very much like the visibility. For people who complain about the seats, I'm not sure what's wrong; I have a bad back and they're fine. If you test drive one and don't like the seats, don't buy it and then complain. Also for people who complain about the stiff ride, it's an SUV with AWD so not sure what they expect. Buy something with a suspension for a soft ride. I feel like the Forester is very sure footed, I'm comfortable on long trips and very happy with it. Mileage is great for AWD, I've gotten as much as 37MPG (albeit when stuck behind someone going a lot slower than I want). The sound system isn't the best, but it's upgradeable if that's important and you want to pay for it. Cons: uninspired styling (but then again exciting looks don't make it go faster), no guts (but I knew that going in), and underwhelming audio. Pros: good MPG, great safety features and outstanding visibility.
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2019 Subaru Crosstrek

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(888) 348-8397
1 mi. from 83301
  • Ext. Color: Orange
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: CVT
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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Crosstrek Limited - A Dangerous Vehicle
by Kat Stevens from Bethlehem, PA
January 13, 2019
We decided to purchase a 2019 Subaru Crosstrek based upon its best in class rating by a nationally recognized nonprofit consumer organization and an above average review by cars.com. Now that we have driven our Crosstrek Limited just over 1,000 miles and we have grown to regret our decision. In short, the Crosstrek Limited is a good car mechanically, uncomfortable to ride in, and equipped with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology - a dangerous technology. So, if you still want a Crosstrek - avoid the top of the line Limited model. We chose a Crosstrek Limited because it has 18-inch wheels, an automatic climate control system, and leather-trimmed upholstery that are not available on the other Crosstrek models. The Crosstrek is great in the snow, has adequate acceleration, and handles tight curves well. However, I am six feet tall and weigh about 170 pounds and find the Crosstrek’s seats to be uncomfortably hard and leg room limited. It is fine for taking the kids to school or heading to the store for groceries but forget about it if you are going to be driving for over 45 minutes at a time. Then there is the Crosstrek Limited’s EyeSight Driver Assist Technology that includes a Pre-Collision Braking System and Adaptive Cruise Control. The Subaru manuals make it clear that, “EyeSight is a driver assist technology, which may not operate optimally under all driving conditions.” And goes on to state that, “The driver is always responsible for safe and attentive driving. System effectiveness depends on many factors such as vehicle maintenance, weather and road conditions.” To emphasize the fact, Subaru has committed nearly 45% of the EyeSight’s 113-page manual to warnings and notices about the limitations and dangers associated with using the system. Unfortunately, the driver is left to figure out what conditions are less that optimal. And even under ideal conditions we have found the EyeSight system to be unpredictable and difficult to override manually resulting in dangerous driving conditions. Cases in point, on three occasions Eyesight’s Pre-Collision Braking Assist system detected obstacles along the curb - a tree, a garbage can, and a parked car - and assumed that they represented high risks for a collision and activated the automatic braking system –- all while driving at 35 miles per hour on a bright overcast day. In one instance, we were nearly rear-ended by the car behind whose driver had not anticipated that we would come to an abrupt and unnecessary stop on an open road to avoid hitting a treeom the side of the road. Then there is Adaptive Cruise Control combined with the Pre-Collision Braking - another unsafe feature. Nearly 40% of the text covering Adaptive Cruise Control in the EyeSight manual consists of warnings, cautions, and discussions of the limitations of the advanced cruise control system and for good reason. When activated, Adaptive Cruise Control functions as a smart cruise control and regulates vehicle speed in order to maintain a "safe following distance" from the vehicle ahead. In addition, it activates automatic braking “when needed” - when the following distance from the vehicle ahead becomes to small and/or the system sees break lights on the vehicle ahead. Unfortunately, when needed is when the technology thinks it is needed - not when the driver thinks they need to slow down or stop. The result is aggressive and unnecessary high-speed breaking for cars that change lanes and tap their breaks in front of you or gently apply their breaks to slow when entering a highway exit. And once the perceived danger is gone the system is slow to recover cruising speed. The result, abrupt and unnecessary slowing of the vehicle on the highway and the risk of a rear-end collisions. It has now happened to us on two occasions – once when a vehicle taped their breaks while changing lanes in front of us and once when a vehicle tapped its breaks to slow down while entering an exit off ramp. Fortunately, the vehicles behind us have been able to slow or swerve to avoid a collision. We have been unable to find a way to permanently disable EyeSight. By default, the Pre-Collision Breaking System turns on when you start the car and must be disabled manually once the engine is running. Adaptive Cruise Control is the default cruise control. However Conventional Cruise Control can replace Adaptive Cruise Control once Adaptive Cruise Control is activated by pressing and holding two separate buttons on the steering
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2019 Subaru Crosstrek

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1 mi. from 83301
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  • Transmission: CVT
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So far so good. I am very happy with my new car!
by Eileen from Boynton Beach, Florida
January 10, 2019
Great ride, great fuel economy and comfort. It is like a computer it does so much! I feel very safe in the car. Controls are easily accessible and I love the sunshine orange.
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Not Priced 3,942 mi.

2019 Subaru Impreza

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1 mi. from 83301
  • Ext. Color: White
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  • Transmission: CVT
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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Most comfortable, reliable car
by Madsubaru from Pullman, Wahington
January 8, 2019
This car is so easy to drive, and handles really well in nearly all weather conditions. It does get pushed around with high winds but that's expected. I love all the additions to to the car; backup camera, radio screen which your phone can plug into and you can control music and your maps easily.
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Not Priced 5,573 mi.

2019 Subaru Outback

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(888) 348-8397
1 mi. from 83301
  • Ext. Color: White
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  • Transmission: CVT
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The only car to own.
by Jerry from Beaverton,Michigan
January 11, 2019
Car has great electronics,room,range,off road ability and all in great comfort. has a lot of cargo room,and the ground clearance is the best in it's class.
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Not Priced 21,293 mi.

2015 Subaru Outback

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(888) 348-8397
1 mi. from 83301
  • Ext. Color: Blue
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: CVT
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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Amazing car.
by Damian from Waukegan,IL
January 12, 2019
This car is just a load packaged car. Better then my 2013 limited. Feels faster for a 4 cylinder. Feels so luxurious like a Acura. So big and spacy. It just a good car.
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2017 Subaru Legacy

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(888) 348-8397
1 mi. from 83301
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  • Transmission: CVT
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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This car is a unicorn
by Eyesablur from Elizabethtown
November 4, 2018
I owned the Legacy 3.6r limited edition. I bought it new when the next year was coming out. If you can find one that way you have found a unicorn! They hold their value! Excellent car, I wish I still had it.
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