Subaru of Georgetown will host a Pack the Outback Toy Drive to support Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas as part of Subaru’s 11th annual Share the Love Event. The community is encouraged to bring new, unwrapped toys, valued at $15 or less, to Subaru, where a team of wish kids will be on hand to wish it forward to families in need by wrapping each gift, loading them into the Subaru Outback, and delivering to Georgetown’s Blue Santa Program.

The Share the Love Event runs Nov. 15, 2018, through Jan. 2, 2019. During this time, for every new Subaru vehicle sold or leased, Subaru will donate $250 to a participating national or local charity chosen by the purchaser or lessee.


  • Occurred Saturday, December 8th, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm


Subaru of Georgetown

7501 S. IH-35 Frontage Road
Georgetown, TX 78626

It is true Subaru makes wonderful cars, or at least they did in the past. Let me tell you a story though about Georgetown Subaru. They ruin peoples cars. Last year we took our 2006 Outback to them for the 120K mile complete inspection. They checked out everything supposedly and checked every box on the list. Including the radiator system. And then on Jan 1 of this year we drove the car in the 23 degree weather. And the radiator apparently burst and coolant flooded the engine. The cause of the burst was a patch placed on the radiator which any inspection should have discovered. We were in Austin at the time and so towed the car to Austin Subaru. A few days past, at first it was going to be a simple fix, then the word came the engine was ruined and it would cost 12,000 dollars to fix the car.

We went to Georgetown Subaru in our rental car and asked the service manager what he could do. He explained the previous service manager had been fired because the crew was being directed to destroy cars so more service charges for repairs could bring in more money. And then he told us he would ask the owner if they could provide an additional discount on the price of a new car. I say additional because Subaru USA had offered 1K off a new car when we called about the mistake and asked about warranty.

Yeah, so, we waited 10 days and the service manager at Georgetown Subaru NEVER called us back. When I called he acted like he had never known me. When we went back to Austin Subaru, their customer service person explained that the service crew was very excited to take our turbo off our hands and were basically competing in a bidding war for our car. When we then talked to their sales and service managers they explained that they would do business with ANY other Subaru dealer in the state, EXCEPT GEORGETOWN SUBARU, because they were known to be owned by a group of shady investors and had a reputation in the Subaru dealership world of being THE WORST Subaru dealership EVER.

And the service manager at Georgetown tried to make us feel like this was just part of owning a performance vehicle. He had worked at some high end place and knew alot about race cars.

Long story short, NEVER BUYING ANOTHER SUBARU! NEVER STOPPING SPREADING THE NEWS THAT GEORGETOWN SUBARU ABSOLUTELY SUCKS AND SHOULD NOT BE TRUSTED. If they are collecting donations for kids, I suspect they will be taking atleast 90 percent for themselves and leaving the kids with nothing more than broken promises and ruined lives.


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