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2013 Subaru BRZ Premium RWD Review
by xman11

Best sports car under $30k

Best handling new car at sub $30k price point with a hard top and 4 seats. Expected reliability is good and cost of maintenance is low considering Subaru/Toyota parts. Drives very well on back roads and race tracks yet handles bumps and rough roads surprisingly well. Steering feel and feedback is top notch given the combination of very low cente...

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2013 Subaru BRZ Limited RWD Used Cars in Indianapolis, IN 46240

Fair Deal
$295 ABOVE
CarGurus IMV of $15,964

Price: $16,259

Mileage: 55,833

Location: Indianapolis, IN 46240

Average time on market: 26 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 6-Speed Manual Color: Wr Blue Pearl Description: Used 2013 Subaru BRZ Limited RWD for sale - $16,259, 55,833 miles with Navigation System
Avg. Dealer Rating: (17 reviews) "Purchased a pre-owned Lexus on 12/2/17 at the Tom Wood VW dealership in Indianapolis. After negotiating a price (which was not easy since they totally valued my trade incorrectly - originally as a Tacoma access cab versus Tacoma double cab - about a $4k difference), I opted out of trading my vehicle and purchased the Lexus out right. Be wary of the finance office...they attempt to sell all sorts of add-ons and charge a $140 "loan processing fee." In addition to this, the dealer charges a $160 fee for DMV Nationwide (title work)...AND (yes, another AND) $199 documentation fee. This is roughly $500 in fees. After complaining about the $160 "DMV Nationwide" fee, a manager deducted that price from the vehicle (but it still shows as a charge in paperwork). My main gripe here is when it came to paying taxes and registration. The company they use (and charge their customers for) has incorrect information and forms. The form they gave me to complete back in my home state of Missouri was outdated by over a year. I sent several emails to my Salesperson, Matt and Finance guy, Brian with NO replies. Only after contacting Anthony, the sales manager, did I receive a call from Brian and he was actually reading my email over the phone with me...so it was a complete waste of my time where I simply had to explain I was contacting them to get an update on when my plates would arrive and that I was also overcharged for City taxes (required for St. Louis). He said he would get back to me...and he did, but by email and he copied his manager along with the operations manager of the dealership, Josh. I replied to this email but never heard back from ANY of the gentlemen copied in the email. After submitting yet another document required (and only discovered by me taking a VERY proactive stand with this transaction), I asked for an update or estimate of time on plate arrival. I never received a response via email or multiple voice messages. I called the operations manager and he responded but did not have a resolution time...however he assured me that he would look into it and let me know...which he did and by this time, I was preparing a road trip from St. Louis to east coast with expired tags. We are now in the 1st week of February (car purchased 12/2/17). Josh, the operations manager calls to tell me that DMV Nationwide was putting a rush and would send my plates to my home but that they would likely arrive later in the week (after I would already be on my trip). The plates were not delivered until 2/13/18. 50 business days (and yes, I took out Christmas day and New Year's day). My frustration with the folks at Tom Wood VW wasn't so much the amount of time to receive my plates (and refund for taxes that were overpaid), it was the lack of concern and communication. I never again spoke with my salesperson even after multiple emails that went unanswered and voice messages. I do not recommend doing business with these folks...in all my years of buying cars (and lots of them), this is by far the worst transaction ever."
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