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This is a discussion on Subaru vs. VW within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; if ur up for a drive to NY, go to Bill Kobb Subaru. FANTASTIC prices and great service...everyone there was ...

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    if ur up for a drive to NY, go to Bill Kobb Subaru.
    FANTASTIC prices and great service...everyone there was an absolute pleasure to deal with
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    A&T Subaru in Sellersville. They supposedly always get awards for best customer service. They were recommended to me by a fellow Rs owner when I told him about my horrible oil consumption when I was na. Took it there and while they were checking out my car I actually was talking to the owners son who was in charge of the subaru part of the dealer for about an hour about rally and cars in general. The soa rep wouldn't proceed because of my intake so the dude told me to put back on my stock airbox and bring it back and they will cover the new short block under warranty.

    Sorry, everyone was throwing good dealers out there so I felt left out. Rafferty is pretty good too, I worked for they covering for someone for a few weeks.

    And to contribute to the thread go Subaru. It's more reliable as long as you can drive it properly. Plus the moddibility is far superior. You'll have everyday driveability.

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