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Record November Sales for Subaru Canada

By Subaru Canada Inc.

MISSISSAUGA, ON, Dec. 3, 2012 – Seventh consecutive month of growth confirms new record and milestone in company history.

MISSISSAUGA, ON, Dec. 3, 2012 /CNW/ – Subaru Canada, Inc. (SCI) is thrilled to announce that a new record for November sales and the seventh consecutive monthly record have helped Subaru Canada exceed its previous annual sales record with one month of sales still left for 2012. Sales in November climbed to 2,727 units, up 35.5 percent over the same period last year. These record-breaking results have helped Subaru Canada surpass its previous highest annual sales record, set in 2010 with 27,805 units, as year-to-date results have climbed to 28, 189 units, also up 15.1 percent over the same period last year.

Subaru’s Impreza sales continued to dominate monthly results as sales rose by 89.8 percent year to date. The brand new 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek is also maintaining its momentum in its fourth full month of sales with 470 units sold this past November.

“With one month still left, we’ve already beat our best year ever,” said Shiro Ohta, president and CEO of Subaru Canada, Inc. “This fantastic result and new milestone means that 2012 will certainly go down in the books as a record year for Subaru Canada.”

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If you are looking for a Subaru Dealer in Orillia, Davenport has all makes and models of new, and quality used cars in Collingwood. Davenport Subaru is a full service dealer and can meet all of your automotive needs. Whether you are purchasing a vehicle, need car service in Orillia, detailing, parts or finance your purchase, we can help!

3 Tips For Getting A Good Deal When Buying A Used Car

There are many reasons why you may want to buy a used car.  Used cars are generally less expensive than new cars.  Getting a good deal when buying a used car is can be easy if you know what to look for.  You can find a used car that is great condition and that fits your budget.

You have two options when buying a used car in Orillia.  You can buy from a personal seller or you can buy from a car dealer.  Trusted car dealerships have high standards for their used cars.  They have a reputation to uphold, and they generally want to sell their customers used cars that are in excellent condition.  Buying a used car from a trusted car dealership can give you the peace of mind you need knowing that the car is in great condition.

 

When you go to the car dealership make sure that you have done some research beforehand.  Know the makes and models of cars you are looking for.   Narrowing down your choices will help you in getting a good deal when buying a used car in Collingwood.  Know what to look for in each make and model you are looking at.  Ask the representative at the car dealership to tell you about the condition of the cars you are interested in and what the dealership had to do to the car in order to get it in its current condition.

 

Before you go to the dealership, look on-line to find the fair market values of the used cars you are looking at.  There are websites you can look on to find fair market values of used cars.  This will help to in getting a good deal when buying a used car because you will know the fair selling price for the car you are looking for.  Determine how much you can spend on your used car and decide whether or not you are going to finance your used car purchase with a car loan.  This information will come in handy when you are making final decisions at Davenport Subaru. your Subaru Dealer in Orillia.

How to Care for Your Used SUV

If you have recently bought a used SUV in Orillia or are thinking about buying a used SUV from us, there are a few things that you can do in order to ensure that your used SUV stays in pristine working condition for years to come. By properly caring for your used SUV, you can not only have a more enjoyable driving experience, but you’ll also be able to have your used SUV in excellent condition for longer.
Here are a few tips that we would like to share to help you properly care for your used SUV in Collingwood:
Check the oil and change it regularly
One of the biggest mistakes people make when it comes to their used SUVs is that they do not properly care for the oil. Your oil should always be clean and your oil tank should always have the appropriate amount of oil in it. In addition to the oil, you also need to be sure that you have a clean oil filter in your car so that the oil works properly and you get the best fuel efficiency possible.
Check the tires
Make sure that your tires are always evenly inflated and rotated regularly. If you have imbalanced or unevenly inflated tires, you run the risk of hurting your axel and wearing your tires down unnecessarily soon. We recommend checking your tire pressure every other fill-up or at least every other month.
Headlights should work
You may get a ticket if your headlights do not work properly, but more importantly, you may also cause and accident or be in an accident if you cannot see properly out of your SUV. Therefore, we always recommend that you check your headlights regularly to ensure that they are working and that all of the bulbs are in full strength.
Listen for noises
If there is a problem with your engine, you will sometimes hear about it from the engine itself. Therefore, we always recommend that you check the engine for unusual noises, particularly squeals or cracking sounds. Turn the radio off and listen to the engine idle, turn, and go fast in order to determine if there are any unusual noises coming from it that you may need to look into further.
At Davenport, your Subaru Dealer in Orillia, we look forward to ensuring that you have a reliable SUV for years to come when you buy it from us. Contact us today to learn more about our used SUVs or to get started with your shopping experience.

Your Used Car

Buying a used car is seen as a risk for many people. After all, when you buy a used car, you never really know what the car has been through- and whether its previous use has created a situation that may compromise its reliability or longevity, right? Not necessarily. We are confident in the quality and durability of all of the used cars that we sell and are proud to put them on our lot. Here are just a few of the reasons that we can help you make the best of your used car in Simcoe County:

 

Inspection

Whenever you buy a used car in Collingwood from us, you can be sure that your used car has been through a thorough inspection. This inspection helps to ensure that the used car will be reliability not only when you buy it, but also for years to come. Our experienced technicians are able to turn a car of any age into a reliable piece of equipment that you can depend on. Therefore, in order to make the best of your used car purchase, be sure that the used car you buy has been completely inspected – inside and out.

Warranty

We know that anytime you buy a used car, there can be a degree of uncertainty. That’s why we offer a used car warranty on every used car that we sell. This used car warranty helps to give you peace of mind so that if anything goes wrong with the used car, we’ll take care of the cost to repair it, as long s it’s covered by the warranty. Ask us about all of the many things that are covered by our warranty – you may be surprised! Make the best of your used car purchase by being sure you have coverage for it for years to come.

Find the right one

Finding the right used car can be tough – especially if you don’t know where to look. For that reason, we have developed an inventory that is loaded with used cars of all types and styles. We welcome you to take a look at the used cars in our inventory by either checking it out online or by stopping by our dealership.

At Davenport Subaru, we love helping our customers get the most out of the used cars in Orillia that they buy. Contact us for details about how you can get an exceptional used car at a great rate from us!

Subaru Legacy 2013

By Subaru Canada Inc.

Subaru Canada, Inc. (SCI) is pleased to announce the release of the 2013 Subaru Legacy. With more modifications than a typical model year change, the 2013 Subaru Legacy has undergone an extensive facelift with a restyled front end including new headlights, grille and front bumper. The 2013 Subaru Legacy also debuts chassis enhancements, which improve ride quality, as well as new amenities, audio capabilities and the introduction of the brand new EyeSight driver-assist system.

With standard Subaru symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive, the 2013 Legacy remains the most fuel-efficient mid-size all-wheel-drive sedan in North America. At the same time, the Legacy rewards drivers with engaging performance, a high level of driving comfort and outstanding safety performance. For added safety, the 2013 Legacy adds a new Brake Override system, and an airbag deployment signals fuel cutoff.

Under the hood, the 2013 Legacy is powered by the choice of a 3.6-litre H6 or a new double-overhead camshaft (DOHC) 2.5-litre, four-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine for increased performance and fuel efficiency. This new engine produces 173 hp and 174 lb.-ft of torque, as compared to 170 hp and 170 lb.-ft from the outgoing model. More importantly, the new engine produces greater low-end torque across a broad speed range, making it more responsive in everyday driving – and all while consuming less fuel.

Best of all, the 2013 Legacy now offers even greater value with price reductions across all trim levels. The well-equipped 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i is now offered at $23, 495 which is $500 less than last year.  In addition to this, the MSRP of all CVT models has been reduced by $400 and the 3.6R Limited receives the greatest reduction, now offered for $1,000 less at its new price of $34,695.

The Most Fuel-Efficient All-Wheel Drive Mid-size Sedan

The 2013 Legacy 2.5i offers a choice between a standard 6-speed manual transmission and the second-generation Lineartronic CVT (continuously variable transmission). The second-generation Lineartronic CVT offers more responsive and quieter operation compared to the transmission it replaces. Models equipped with the CVT also feature a 6-speed manual mode with steering wheelpaddle shifters, which allow the driver to control the transmission via six pre-set ratios. Legacy models equipped with the Lineartronic CVT are able to travel 1,100 km per tank, delivering fuel efficiency equivalent to comparable two-wheel-drive sedans.

The 2013 Legacy 3.6R Limited continues to be offered with a 256-hp 3.6-litre 6-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine and 5-speed Electronic Direct Control Automatic Transmission with Manual Mode (5EAT). A downshift blipping feature enhances its sporty feel when using the Legacy 3.6R steering wheel paddle shifters.

Models equipped with the Lineartronic CVT will see fuel efficiency of 6.0 L / 100 km on the highway and 8.4 L / 100 km in the city. Models equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission will see fuel efficiency of 7.0 L / 100 km on the highway and 9.8 L / 100 km in the city.

New EyeSight Driver Assist System

The 2013 Legacy (and Outback) models debut Subaru’s new EyeSight driver-assist system, which integrates Adaptive Cruise Control, Pre-Collision Braking and Vehicle Lane Departure Warning. Combining safety and convenience features, this new technology – which uses a stereo camera design developed by Subaru to provide a detection angle wider than that of radar-based systems – can detect obstacles in front of the car and limit potential damage in an impact. Unlike other manufacturers who only introduce this system in top-end models, Subaru’s plans to incorporate EyeSight in its intermediate, mid-size segment will further enhance an already value-packed offering and reinforce Subaru’s commitment to remaining leaders in safety.

At relative speeds under approximately 30 km/h, EyeSight’s Pre-Collision Braking system can help avoid a potential collision. The system can detect obstacles in the car’s path and, if the driver has not applied the brakes in time, the system can act to slow the vehicle or bring it to a full stop. Pre-Collision Braking is always on in the background to act like a second set of eyes for the driver.  It can also be turned off temporarily for off-road or rough road travel.

At relative speeds above approximately 30 km/h, the system can apply the brakes when an object is detected, and will attempt to brake if the driver takes no evasive action or does not apply the brake. The system, which can recognize programmed objects such as vehicles, motorcyclists and bicyclists, can help mitigate collision damage.

By monitoring traffic lane markers and lines, the Subaru EyeSight system can detect if the car begins to wander outside the intended lane without a turn signal being used, or if the car begins to sway within the travel lane.

Intended for freeway use, EyeSight’s Adaptive Cruise Control system can maintain a safe distance from the vehicle in front, braking and/or accelerating the car as needed to maintain the driver-selected target speed or following distance. Adaptive Cruise Control is operational from 40-145 km/h and can continually brake until the vehicle stops if the system “locks on” to a vehicle ahead. As an added convenience, Adaptive Cruise Control assists the driver in heavy stop-and-go freeway traffic by maintaining distance from the vehicle ahead.

EyeSight will also alert the driver when the vehicle ahead has moved if he or she doesn’t react within several seconds.  The technology can also help reduce collision damage by cutting the throttle when it senses an obstacle in front, even though the accelerator pedal continues to be pushed.

Retuned Suspension Enhances Agility and Ride Quality

Numerous enhancements to the body structure, suspension and steering give the Legacy a smoother, quieter ride for 2013, while also delivering improved handling and agility. Greater stiffness at key points of the structure, including the front strut mounts and rear frame rails, helps reduce vibration while also contributing to more responsive handling.

In tandem with the structural enhancements, Subaru has increased the diameter of the front suspension’s sway bar and also changed the spring and damper rates and bushing stiffness. As a result, body roll has been reduced by up to 40 percent.  The Legacy driver will experience a more responsive yet quieter vehicle overall.

Increased Interior Comfort and Convenience

All 2013 Legacy models offer new seat fabric, which feels more comfortable. Limited Package models gain a new dark, glossy wood grain trim for a more luxurious appearance.

Updated Audio Technology

The standard audio system in Legacy 2.5i models is upgraded for 2013. New features include voice-activated Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity and audio streaming, iPod control capability and a USB port. Carryovers from the previous model year include an AM/FM stereo with four speakers, single-disc CD player, Radio Data System (RDS) and auxiliary audio input. The Touring Package adds a pair of dash-mounted tweeters.

Top-level Legacy models with the Limited Package exclusively offer a new navigation system that includes all of the features in the harman/kardon audio package plus a touchscreen GPSnavigation system with 7.0-inch LCD display, voice-activated controls and navigation, XM Satellite Radio (subscription required), rear-vision camera, and an SD card slot for convenient navigation map updates.

Four Trim Levels

The 2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i is available in four trim levels – entry, Convenience, Touring and Limited Packages. Legacy 2.5i models with the Convenience Package offer an available PZEV option for greater eco-friendliness, while the Legacy 3.6R Limited will feature the optional brand new EyeSight driver assistance system. The entry 2.5i features a long roster of standard features, among them power-adjustable, foldable, heated body-colour door mirrors, heated front seats, Bluetooth  mobile phone connectivity and streaming audio, a USB charging port, steering wheelcruise control and audio switches, a 60/40-split flat-folding rear seat, electronic parking brake with Hill Holder system and an automatic headlight function. The electronic Hill Holder system, which holds the vehicle in place until the driver applies the throttle to pull away from a stop, now includes a memory function for added convenience.

Legacy models with the Convenience Package add additional amenities: a 10-way power driver’s seat including power lumbar support adjustment, 16-inch aluminum alloy wheels, instrument panel storage bin and an ambient light for the overhead console.

Additionally, Legacy models with the Touring Package also include new 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels, a power tilting and sliding glass sunroof, windshield wiper de-icer, a 6-speaker system, dual-zone automatic climate control with synchronize button, driver’s automatic up/down power windows as well as a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.

Models with the Limited Package  additionally come equipped with Subaru’s Lineartronic CVT,  perforated leather upholstery, harman/kardon speakers and amplifier,  electro-luminescent gauges and a 4-way power front passenger seat. A new electro-luminescent instrument cluster in Limited Package models integrates a 3.5-inch colour screen for the multi-information display, which also shows EyeSight functions when the car is so equipped.

Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle Technology

PZEV is a designation awarded to vehicles that meet strict emissions standards set by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). Subaru PZEV vehicles in Canada comply with the CARB Super Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle tailpipe standard (SULEV) and virtually eliminate fuel-system evaporative emissions. Compared to an average new vehicle, Subaru PZEV vehicles have significantly cleaner exhaust emissions. In certain cases, vehicles meeting PZEV emission standards are even cleaner than hybrid or alternative fuel vehicles.

Symmetrical Full-time All-Wheel Drive: Three Different Types

Subaru offers three different symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive systems in the 2013 Legacy lineup, each tailored to the engine and type of transmission. In all Legacy models equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission, the AWD system uses a viscous-coupling limited-slip centre differential to distribute power 50/50 front to rear.

Legacy 2.5i models equipped with the Lineartronic CVT use Subaru’s electronically controlled MPT (Multi-plate Transfer Clutch), which adjusts torque distribution to the front and rear wheels in real time to suit driving conditions. The Multi-plate Transfer Clutch AWD maintains a 60/40 torque split front-to-rear for more predictable handling, and then automatically adjusts to a 50/50 split under strong acceleration or when road conditions warrant.

The Legacy 3.6R Limited Package exclusively features advanced Variable Torque Distribution (VTD) All-Wheel Drive with a 5-speed automatic transmission. A planetary centre differential works with an electronically controlled continuously variable hydraulic transfer clutch to manage power distribution. A 45/55 front/rear torque distribution is continuously variable using a multiple-disc clutch limited-slip differential. Torque distribution is controlled automatically up to an equal 50/50 front and rear to suit road surface conditions for superb stability.

Independent Suspension for Flatter Cornering

All Subaru models feature a strut-type front suspension with a wide track and long wheel travel. The double-wishbone rear suspension, also on all models, handles rough roads and sharp corners with both poise and precision – ensuring maximum tire contact, minimum vibration and significantly improved ride quality. Together, these characteristics deliver flatter cornering as well as a quieter, more comfortable ride over a variety of road surfaces.

Vehicle Dynamics Control

Standard on every Subaru, the Vehicle Dynamics Control system monitors and analyzes if the vehicle is following the driver’s intended course via an array of smart sensors. If the vehicle approaches the limits of stability, the AWD torque distribution, engine output and brakes at each wheel adjust automatically to assist in keeping the vehicle on course. A Vehicle Dynamics Control ‘off’ switch is useful for driving out of slushy roads, deep snow or very loose gravel. The ‘off’ position deactivates the system’s torque-reduction control, while the ABS and traction control remain active.

Subaru’s Safety Leadership

The extensive roster of dynamic safety technology in the 2013 Legacy includes standard 4-wheel disc brakes with Subaru’s four-wheel, four-channel, four-sensor Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) electronic stability system, as well as symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive and Brake Assist. In emergency braking, drivers usually apply less pedal force than needed even if they react quickly. Brake Assist detects how quickly the driver has pressed the pedal, and if pedal velocity exceeds a certain level, Brake Assist immediately applies system hydraulic pressure up to the ABS limit to help increase braking effectiveness.

Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) is also standard. The EBD system automatically adjusts front/rear brake proportioning based on vehicle load and is more effective than conventional brake proportioning valves.

In all Subaru models, the foundation for outstanding occupant protection is the advanced ring-shaped reinforcement frame unibody structure, with a front-end configuration that disperses collision energy in three directions. This design forms a series of rings around the passenger compartment, providing protection in a variety of collision types. High-tension steel side-impact door beams and impact-absorbing foam materials enhance side-impact safety performance.

Standard passive safety technology includes the Subaru advanced frontal air bag system (SRS), driver and front passenger seat-mounted side-impact air bags, and standard side curtain air bags.

Whiplash-reducing front seats help reduce potential whiplash injury in a rear collision, while a collapsible brake pedal and impact-absorbing driver’s footrest help reduce lower leg injury in a frontal collision.

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Looking for a Subaru Dealer in Orillia ? Davenport Subaru is here. We are a full service dealer, offering quality new and used cars  in Barrie and surrounding areas. Davenport Subaru, is also proud to offer excellent car service in Orillia, and car loans that fit your lifestyle and your budget! Visit us online or call us today at 1.888.719.9994

How to Qualify for Bad Credit or No Credit Car Loans

 

If you are like many of our customers, your credit has room for improvement. When we work with customers with bad credit, the first thing we want to remind them is that they can get a car loan in Orillia through us without a problem. In fact, many of our customers are surprised to learn that the car loans they can get though us can actually save them money and improve their credit in the long run.

Here are a few things that you’ll need to do and know about when it comes to getting a bad credit or no credit car loan in Orillia through us:

Learn about credit

If you are not already well-versed in the ins and outs of the credit system, it may be worth your while to take some time to learn more about it. A credit score is based on a wide variety of factors, including the length of you credit history, payment history, types of credit you use, amount you owe, and your new credit. All of these factors make up a different percentage of your credit history. However, your payment history takes up the largest portion of your credit score – 35 percent. Therefore, lenders will pay extra attention to your credit history when determining what kind of loan to give you.

A car loan can help

Because lenders are interested in your credit history, they are looking for an indication that you will be a reliable borrower. If you have a bad credit history, it may be because you have made some bad borrowing choices in the past. For example, you may have had to declare bankruptcy. However, by taking out a car loan that you can repay, you will be rebuilding this portion of your credit score and will be able to show future lenders that you are financial reliable and likely to repay the loan they give you!

Complete the credit application

The credit application is the first thing we look at when determining what your loan options will be. Therefore, you’ll need to complete the credit application in order to get started with your car loan. Our credit application is available online or you can come visit us in person to complete the loan application on-site. We will review it right away to get started with the loan process today.

At Davenport Subaru, your Subaru Dealer in Orillia, we  look forward to helping all of our customers get the best car loans in Orillia for their needs. Contact us today to learn more about the loan options available to you – regardless of your credit situation!

Buying a Used Car Can Save You Money

 

If you have been shopping around for used cars in Orillia already, you have probably noticed that the purchase price for used cars is often well under the purchase price for similar new cars. Even newer model used cars can be far less expensive than new cars of the same year and make simply because they have been driven.

But a lower purchase price is not the only way that buying a used car can save you money. Here are some more ways that buying a used car can save you money:

Lower Insurance Rate

When you buy a used car in Collingwood, the value of your used car is likely to be less than the value of a comparable new car. Therefore, a used car may come with a lower insurance policy, which can help you save money each month when it’s time to pay the bills.

Lower Property Tax

Long after you’ve bought the car, you’re going to have to pay property taxes on it. Your property taxes will vary a great deal depending on where you live and keep the car, what the make and model of the car is, how old the car is, what the value of the car is, and more. In most cases, a used car will have a lower property tax rate than comparable cars.

Check for a Warranty

Many used cars come with warranties from the dealership and from the manufacturer if they are less than a certain number of years old or have less than a certain number of miles on them. Warranties vary by manufacturer and dealer, so contact us for more information about a warranty program for a used car that you are interested in.

Check the Engine and Parts

Some people prefer to hire their own mechanics to check out a used car in Simcoe County before they buy it. Our mechanics are always available to provide comprehensive and unbiased information about all of the used cars on our lot.

Check its History

Access a vehicle history report by using the VIN number, which is located on the dashboard of the car and on the door. The VIN number will help to uncover any major damages to the car that may have long-lasting effects, such as rust, water, or collision damage. You may want to think twice about buying a used car that has had major damage.

Contact Davenport Subaru, your Subaru Dealer in Orillia today for more information about how you can get behind a safe used car that will save you money now – and down the road.

How to Care for Your Used Car

Every week, we sell dozens of used cars to customers with the expectation that those used cars will be durable enough to last for many years to come. After all, before we ever put a used car on the lot, we make sure that our experienced technicians have completely inspected the used car to ensure that it is in the best possible condition.

However, there are a few tips that we’d like to encourage our customers to become familiar with in order to ensure that they maintain their used cars as well as possible. While we can prevent and address many of the most common issues that arise with used cars in Collingwood, it’s always best for the life of the car if our customers are able to maintain them as well as possible on their own.

Here are a few tips that we suggest our customers follow when caring for their used cars in Collingwood:

Be a “good” driver

The definition of a good driver varies from person to person, but most of our customers would agree that a good driver is courteous to others on te road and maintains a fairly even highway speed to avoid antagonizing other drivers. When you start and slow your engine a lot – either on the highway or in city driving, you’re adding stress to the engine, transmission, and differential. You can also do some damage of the brake pedal that will decrease its life expectancy. We recommend using cruise control as often as possible and accelerating or decelerating at an even speed as much as possible.

Forget things tend to fade away

While this adage may be good for some things in life, it’s not so good for car components. If you spend an entire summer without turning on your heater, chances are good that you may have a couple of issues with your heater when winter comes. While we certainly don’t recommend blasting your heater all summer, we do recommend turning it on once or twice during the season – just to give it a primer. The same thing goes for your air conditioning, four wheel drive systems, parking brakes, and all other parts of your car. Use them to avoid losing them!

Start slow

This is especially helpful during cold weather driving – start your engine slowly to help it warm up before you take off down the road. You need to make sure the oil pumps through the entire engine before taking it off for a drive in order to improve its life and effectiveness.

Contact Davenport Subaru, your Subaru Dealer in Orillia today for more information about how you can keep your used car in Collingwood running better longer!

Top 3 Reasons to Buy Your Used Car from Us

 

When it comes to buying a used car in Orillia, we know that you have many options to choose from. That’s why we work hard to provide service, selection, and solutions that will make it easier than ever to afford the used car of your dreams.
Here are the Top 3 reasons that we think you should buy your used car in Simcoe County from us:
Selection
No matter what kind of used car you’re looking for, it’s important to be sure that you have options to choose from. Having the right used car buying options can guarantee that you are completely happy with your used car choice for years to come. Plus, having plenty of cars to choose from can also help to ensure that you’ve done the research to know what’s possible. We have a wide variety of used cars for you to choose from. Begin your search online by looking through the used cars in our inventory, or come on down to our dealership to see which used cars from our lot may suit your needs. We look forward to showing you what’s available!
Great financing
The majority of our used car customers use our extensive financing program to help them afford to buy the right used car for their needs. Our financing program is multi-faceted and comes complete with options to help you afford to buy used cars in Orillia with a loan, trade-in, special rate, and more. Get started learning more about which used car loan programs may apply to your financial situation and needs by completing our credit application online or in person in our dealership!
Service
We provide excellent service on all of our used cars. This service begins with a complete inspection, which we perform before we put the used car on the market. Once we complete this inspection, we are confident that the used car is durable and will perform exceptionally well for years to come. However, we attach a warranty to every used car so that you can have peace of mind that your used car will continue to perform as you expect.
Contact Davenport Subaru today for more information about our used cars or to learn more about how we can help you get the right used car for your needs that will last for years to come!