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2003 Subaru Baja Review
by mtdsar

Subaru Baja - Rugged, sporty, and fun!

Excellent reliability, low maintenance costs, and subaru handling in the rain / snow! This is an all around great vehicle with a number of creature comforts (leather, power everything, decent stereo). Also, gets excellent gas mileage to boot! This car had a unique look and is perfect for getting you and three of your friends up to the mountain...

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2003 Subaru Baja 4 Dr Sport AWD Crew Cab SB Used Cars in Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Great Deal
$2,536 BELOW
Instant Market Value of $9,530

Price: $6,994

Mileage: 123,887

Location: Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: Silver Stone Metallic Description: Used 2003 Subaru Baja 4 Dr Sport AWD Crew Cab SB for sale - $6,994, 123,887 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (4 reviews) "this dealer SUCKS at communication!"

2006 Subaru Baja Sport Used Cars in Irvine, CA 92618

High Price
$1,764 ABOVE
Instant Market Value of $10,227

Price: $11,991

Mileage: 137,326

Location: Irvine, CA 92618

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: Obsidian Black Pearl Description: Used 2006 Subaru Baja Sport for sale - $11,991, 137,326 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (5 reviews) "A terrible used car buying experience. The only reason I'm giving them two stars and not one is because of Darryl. He was professional and kind. He helped rectify our situation quickly and with the utmost respect. Regarding our used car salesman, Bob... ugh. What can I say... a half truth telling, fast talker who is your quintessential used car salesman. Before I even got to the dealership, he asked me to fill out a credit report form. WHY? I was paying cash!!! He gave me some confusing answer about some terrorist law. I said, "hmmm, you mean the Patriot Act, Bob?" He says "oh, yes, that's it". First of all there is nothing in the Patriot Act that says they need to run a credit report on every single customer. The dealership merely has to file a 8300 form to the government when dealing with large cash amounts. I refused the credit report. You should too. It was my first time buying a used car. I had a lot of questions, Bob glossed over them, never had any REAL answers, and pushed on. When I asked Bob, if the previous owner was a heavy smoker (since the car smelled like the inside of a full ashtray), Bob replied, "no! no! That is the smell of the cleaner our detail department uses." Seriously? Any idiot knows it was cigarette smoke, just be honest, Bob! I know... I'm probably asking a lot but please... that one was a test, a lob ball, a no brainer if you will. Needless to say, against my gut feeling, I purchased the car for my son. I had the car checked out by my own mechanic and was told to return the car (crappy "new" paint job, replaced body panels, hiding God knows what). I should have gone with my gut which was, if this guy was lying about the cigarette stench, he was probably lying about SOOOO much more. Darryl and the finance guy, I'm sorry I forgot his name. Helped with the return of the car. Like I said earlier. They were wonderful. I did find another car for my son. It's clean, smells like a well taken care of car should smell, and we are happy. There was no pushing, there was no fast talking. The car sold itself. Which is how it should be. A salesperson should help facilitate a good transaction. Not push a bad one. We're happy now thanks to another dealership."
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