Driving to be Vermont's #1 Subaru Dealer
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Providing you with a friendly and fun environment is the top priority for our staff at Twin City Subaru. Whether you're buying parts from Josh, scheduling your next service appointment with Dan or looking at a new Subaru with Joe - we want you to have a great experience!
Note from Dave Birmingham, Owner at Twin City Subaru. I want to thank you for your visit today at 802cars.com and TwinCitySubaru.com. Our greatest asset as a dealership is the team I get to work with every day. You can depend on them for their honest best effort to solve whatever your particular need requires. If for any reason we do not live up to your expectations, please tell us. We can solve virtually any concern that you may have if you give us the chance. If our team member fails to solve your concern, please call me directly at (802) 224-7239 or email me at email@example.com. Thank you again for your visit. We look forward to serving you.
Chris is a lifelong Vermont resident and currently lives in Montpelier. He doesn't have a favorite; he loves to sell all Subarus. What makes a Subaru so awesome? "Really?! Come on it's a Subaru! It has all-wheel drive, it's safe, for the money it's the best value on the market - it's also the most award-winning company back-to-back! ...And it's the unofficial car of Vermont!" Chris has three children - Nicole, 21; Melody, 17 and Kyler, 16. His first car was a Jeep and his hobbies are boating, motorcycles and his kids. Why does Chris think you should buy from Twin City Subaru? "To be honest it doesn't matter what I say, you as a customer have heard it before. I can tell you our goal is to make sure your car-buying experience is an enjoyable one. But you have to judge that for yourself."
John Henning, a Lehigh grad and father of seven is best described by the Ben & Jerry's flavor Chubby Hubby. This baseball and football lover enjoys fishing and can also shoot basketball free throws with either hand. The best concert he's ever been to was Alvin Lee at the Fillmore in East Greenwich Village in 1970, and his favorite song is You're Still the One, by Orleans. His favorite Vermont destination is his home, but he enjoys a good meal at L'Amante in Burlington, VT. If he could describe himself as one vehicle, it'd be the Subaru Outback, because it's practical, dependable and useful. Come see John at Twin City Subaru today!
Alex started out at Twin City as a Subaru-Certified Sales Consultant before moving into the role of Business Manager. He has lived in Vermont his whole life. He enjoys outdoor activities like snowboarding and mountain-biking in his free time. Alex also has an affinity for tinkering on and racing his cars. Most importantly, Alex offers his stamp of approval for all Subarus. In his words "They are the perfect vehicle for Vermont. Subarus offer the perfect mix of practicality, versitility, and affordability, making them the most valuable vehicles on the road today!". Check out what Alex's customers are saying on DealerRater.
A graduate of Champlain College, Jim is a Subaru-Certified sales consultant and a 2009 Master Peak Performer. He's a current resident of South Barre, Vt., and has lived in the state for 24 years. Jim's favorite car to sell is the Outback, and he believes that Subarus are the perfect car for this area because they're reliable, comfortable and great in the snow. Why buy from Jim at Twin City? "I have proven that I will be there for you after the sale, and I also treat others how I would like to be treated." Check out what Jim's customers are saying on DealerRater.
Tony is a Subaru Certified Sales Consultant who has been in auto sales since 1997. He has been with Subaru for the past 8 years and believes it to be the best line-up on the road today. He has a no pressure, no nonsense approach that makes him very easy to talk to. "I look forward to meeting you, showing you the right car for you, and giving you the best car buying experience possible". See what Tony's customers are saying on DealerRater.
Jeff Moser, a lifelong Vermont resident, sees himself as an incredible DIY-er (do-it-yourself-er). A Norwich attendee, Jeff finds enjoyment in long road trips and riding his motorcycle cross country. His favorite Vermont beer is Switchback and he loves The Scuffer restaurant on Church St. in Burlington. Jeff started his working days at Al's French Fries, and now loves selling cars because of the happy drivers. Jeff says he loves helping people find a safe, comfortable car to drive, and he loves Twin City "for the honest, no-nonsense approach Twin City provides". See what Jeff's customers are saying on DealerRater.
Joe is a Subaru-Certified Sales Consultant and has lived in Vermont every year of his life. He's currently a resident in Montpelier, and graduated from UVM, Champlain and Trinity College. He believes a positive mental attitude (PMA) should be the guiding principle in life, and that the one thing that makes a Subaru awesome is love. Why buy from Joe at Twin City Subaru? "This dealership is very friendly and offers great prices with low pressure. I am friendly, outgoing and I love to meet to people and help them find the right car that will bring them years of quality and enjoyment. Call or stop in and ask for me. I promise to make your car-buying experience enjoyable, relaxing and fun." Check out what Joe's customers are saying on DealerRater.
Dan, a Vermont Technical College grad, is a learned mechanic among many other interests. If he could travel anywhere in the world, he'd choose Israel, where he spent time living and working on an archeological site. He loves Japanese sports cars, and enjoys discussing the techy stuff. His favorite place to eat is Texas Roadhouse in Williston, and his favorite Vermont destination is Camel's Hump. He enjoys a nice Longtrail Blackberry Wheat and a glass of Maker's Mark, and loves fall for the crisp mornings, trees, hunting season and lack of bugs. Why does Dan love Twin City Subaru? "The positive atmosphere, tight-knit team and the dog-friendly environment."