USED SUBARU FOR SALE IN PHOENIX


THE SMART SHOPPER’S GUIDE TO BUYING USED SUBARU VEHICLES IN PHOENIX

With a reputation for reliability and a range of exclusive benefits, Subaru vehicles have become impressively popular among Phoenix drivers — and here at AAA Car Buying we offer an exclusive shopping process to match. It all starts by letting you handle things wherever you’re most comfortable, whether it’s at your home, your work, our showroom, or one of our local AAA branches. We’ll then build on that convenience with smart-financing solutions, competitive pricing, and customer service you won’t forget.


WHY BUY A USED SUBARU?

Phoenix can have its share of wild weather, and that plus all the nearby trails mean Subaru’s expertise with all-wheel drive can come in especially handy. And opting for a pre-owned Subaru can be even smarter because of the money you’ll save. We’re not talking about just a few dollars, either. Depreciation will reduce the value of a typical new car by roughly 20% in just one year, and the same vehicle will have lost about 60% of its value to depreciation after year five. So from a buyer’s viewpoint, it’s like the price of a used Subaru will fall right along the way. Of course, insurance rates should also drop, which will have a major impact on lowering your annual ownership costs for the vehicle.

Beyond saving money, you can save yourself some further hassle by looking at a used-car vehicle history report. These can offer important details about a car’s past history so you have more confidence in its condition. AAA Car Buying always strives to supply the highest-quality pre-owned Subaru, so we don’t mind being put to the test.


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SUBARU FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS

Like most automakers, Subaru supplies popular safety technologies, sophisticated infotainment systems, and premium comfort features that can be found throughout the brand’s lineup of pre-owned models. The difference is that pre-owned Subarus can also showcase some unique advantages you won’t find in other cars, new or used. (Note: Exact equipment varies by model and year.)

  • Subaru’s signature traction system — Symmetrical All Wheel Drive — is standard on nearly every model and can combine its rewarding capability with impressive fuel economy.
  • The brand’s EyeSight suite of advanced driver-assistance technologies has helped its vehicles earn notable safety awards by combining adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, a distracted/drowsy driver warning, and more.
  • For infotainment, Subaru’s serves up STARLINK technology supporting Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, WiFi compatibility, full-color navigation, wireless charging, and large touchscreens.
  • Harman Kardon sound systems can keep even discerning listeners happy with crisp, powerful audio performance.
  • Select Subaru models feature gas-hybrid powertrains for enhanced efficiency.
  • Panoramic sunroofs, adaptive LED lighting systems, hands-free tailgates, and heated and ventilated seats are only a few of luxury features available from Subaru.
  • Subaru’s STI performance team can raise the bar for the brand’s sportier models.
  • The company’s focus on pet-friendly owners is on full display with a long list of available accessories.

POPULAR USED SUBARU MODELS

The expert auto consultants at AAA Car Buying aren’t here to upsell you anything. Instead, they’re dedicated to helping you find just the right pre-owned Subaru for your specific needs and budget. We can also arrange the financing, and if you’re interested in trading in your old ride, we’ll be happy to make you a strong offer. (Additionally, just to be clear, AAA Car Buying can get you into a new Subaru as well.)

  • The Subaru Forester and Outback are SUV legends that are versatile, vibrant, and more than capable of keeping up with your busy lifestyle.
  • Set your course for family-friendly adventure in the Subaru Ascent that puts the brand’s many benefits in a three-row package with ample room for gear.
  • The Subaru Crosstrek XV is a compact SUV with an outsized cabin, an expressive design, and an available hybrid trim for efficiency-minded owners.
  • On the car side of the ledger, the compact Subaru Impreza is one of the most affordable all-wheel-drive vehicles in the country, and you have your pick between sporty sedan or versatile hatchback models — both offering the brand’s innovative infotainment and safety technologies.
  • To enjoy iconic sport-compact thrills, the Subaru WRX and WRX STI are eager for action with high-powered turbo engines, eye-catching rear wings, and pulse-pounding performance.
  • The Subaru BRZ joins the company’s team of athletes with a striking sports-car design, a classic rear-wheel drive layout, and wallet-friendly value.
  • Sedan fans will love the Subaru Legacy that has midsize dimensions and a full complement of the company’s most popular features.
  • Subaru’s first three-row entry, the Subaru Tribeca, went out of production in 2014 but remains a worthy alternative if you prefer a pre-owned SUV.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF SUBARU

Subaru’s road to automotive success began in Japan in 1915 with a company called the Aircraft Research Laboratory. Through the years, that core business went through a variety of changes and owners, and it eventually became part of Japan’s Fuji Heavy Industries when the latter company was formed in the early 1950s. Subaru emerged as Fuji’s automaking division with the 1954 Subaru 1500 small car. The brand first set up shop in the United States out of a rental unit in Burbank, Calif., in 1967, and it moved its U.S. HQ to New Jersey in 1970 — where it remains today. Subaru sold its millionth U.S. vehicle in 1983, then opened its first U.S. manufacturing plant in 1989. The late 2000s saw the brand’s popularity take off and start a long string of yearly sales records that cemented Subaru’s place as one of this country’s favorite auto brands.