Quirk Works Subaru

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  • 442 Quincy Ave

    Braintree, MA 02184

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  • 781-917-1340

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Mon-Thurs 9AM - 9PM Fri 9AM - 6PM Sat 9AM - 6PM Sun 10AM - 5PM

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Worst Dealership Ever .. Will do the dirtiest ways to get u there and change all they quote u on the phone and Internet .. Please don't go there .. I am warning you .. Professional scam artists ..

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Worst Dealership Ever .. Will do the dirtiest ways to get u there and change all they quote u on the phone and Internet .. Please don't go there .. I am warning you .. Professional scam artists ..

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DO NOT do business with Quirk Subaru\r
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they "low ball" their internet offer and when you drive in they change the price

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DO NOT do business with Quirk Subaru\r
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they "low ball" their internet offer and when you drive in they change the price

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I always leave Quirk Subaru service center with a piece of mind.

I searched for the best deal on tires for my '09 Legacy. Town Fair Tire, Sears, Sullivan, Firestone, and maybe a couple of other places but I wasn't happy with their prices. I new I had an oil chance due on my car so I brought it down to Braintree. I also knew I needed rear breaks. I explained to the service staff about my situation so they gave me several options, I ended up getting four-70K mile all season tires, factory breaks, alignment and an oil change for a superb price.

I depend on my Subaru for work so I need reliability at all times, snow, rain, cold or hot.

I will certainly continue my relationship with this service center not just for my current Subaru but for my next Subaru also.

Thank you Eric, Andrew and Jamie!

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I always leave Quirk Subaru service center with a piece of mind.

I searched for the best deal on tires for my '09 Legacy. Town Fair Tire, Sears, Sullivan, Firestone, and maybe a couple of other places but I wasn't happy with their prices. I new I had an oil chance due on my car so I brought it down to Braintree. I also knew I needed rear breaks. I explained to the service staff about my situation so they gave me several options, I ended up getting four-70K mile all season tires, factory breaks, alignment and an oil change for a superb price.

I depend on my Subaru for work so I need reliability at all times, snow, rain, cold or hot.

I will certainly continue my relationship with this service center not just for my current Subaru but for my next Subaru also.

Thank you Eric, Andrew and Jamie!

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I have had two very positive experiences at Quirk Works service, so I assumed it would continue. On my last visit, not so much.

I brought it in for the front and rear differential fluid to be changed, to find out what was wrong with the power steering, and to see why the ABS brake light was sometimes on.

They changed the fluid for $200 - fair enough. They said they did not know what was wrong with the ABS light, but would charge a $100 diagnostic fee to find out. I said ok. Turns out all they did was read the code for that and said that the left rear sensor reported it. Autozone does that for free.

They said that the power steering needed a belt and a pump, which would be $850. I said no, so they charged me a $100 "diagnostic fee" for not doing the work.

They said I needed new rear brakes for $1375 because there was rust on the outer-edge of the disk. What they did not know was that I had already replaced those disks so I was not going to be fooled by normal rust that was just on the edge where the calipers do not contact.

The next day, Sullivan Tire fixed the power steering with a new belt for $75. So Quirk charged me $100 for not doing the work and said I needed a pump that I did not need, and another place actually fixed it for $75.

All of my past positive experiences were with Service Manager Daniel O'Connell, who as far as I can tell, no longer works there. Without him, I can't see going there any more.

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I have had two very positive experiences at Quirk Works service, so I assumed it would continue. On my last visit, not so much.

I brought it in for the front and rear differential fluid to be changed, to find out what was wrong with the power steering, and to see why the ABS brake light was sometimes on.

They changed the fluid for $200 - fair enough. They said they did not know what was wrong with the ABS light, but would charge a $100 diagnostic fee to find out. I said ok. Turns out all they did was read the code for that and said that the left rear sensor reported it. Autozone does that for free.

They said that the power steering needed a belt and a pump, which would be $850. I said no, so they charged me a $100 "diagnostic fee" for not doing the work.

They said I needed new rear brakes for $1375 because there was rust on the outer-edge of the disk. What they did not know was that I had already replaced those disks so I was not going to be fooled by normal rust that was just on the edge where the calipers do not contact.

The next day, Sullivan Tire fixed the power steering with a new belt for $75. So Quirk charged me $100 for not doing the work and said I needed a pump that I did not need, and another place actually fixed it for $75.

All of my past positive experiences were with Service Manager Daniel O'Connell, who as far as I can tell, no longer works there. Without him, I can't see going there any more.

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I have had two very positive experiences at Quirk Works service, so I assumed it would continue. On my last visit, not so much.\r
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I brought it in for the front and rear differential fluid to be changed, to find out what was wrong with

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I have had two very positive experiences at Quirk Works service, so I assumed it would continue. On my last visit, not so much.\r
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I brought it in for the front and rear differential fluid to be changed, to find out what was wrong with

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salah aljanabi was extremely helpfull during the process of me purchasing a new vehicle this weekend. i recommended Mr aljanabi to any in need to purchase a new vehicle. thanks

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salah aljanabi was extremely helpfull during the process of me purchasing a new vehicle this weekend. i recommended Mr aljanabi to any in need to purchase a new vehicle. thanks

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I had problems with my Outback, head gasket and ensuing heating problems. All repairs and rental were covered by warranty and by Subaru.The servce was wonderful,"Dano"O'Connell and Bob Zerbarini made the whole experience bearable. If I could I would buy another Subaru there. Great place! No nonsense and honest.

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I had problems with my Outback, head gasket and ensuing heating problems. All repairs and rental were covered by warranty and by Subaru.The servce was wonderful,"Dano"O'Connell and Bob Zerbarini made the whole experience bearable. If I could I would buy another Subaru there. Great place! No nonsense and honest.

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We use to go to Planet Subaru because of our free tires and free battery for life so long as we followed their service program, but the prices were maddening and the wait was unbearable, finally we gave up on using them and called Quirk Subaru. A very kind man answered his Name was Dano I later found out he was the service manager. i remember when we asked for an appointment he answered we didint need one that he worked for us we can come in anytime and we would be out in under 30 minutes and we were. Dano was excellent to deal with i recommend this place as long as he is their.

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We use to go to Planet Subaru because of our free tires and free battery for life so long as we followed their service program, but the prices were maddening and the wait was unbearable, finally we gave up on using them and called Quirk Subaru. A very kind man answered his Name was Dano I later found out he was the service manager. i remember when we asked for an appointment he answered we didint need one that he worked for us we can come in anytime and we would be out in under 30 minutes and we were. Dano was excellent to deal with i recommend this place as long as he is their.

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The search was over !!! Residing in the Metro Boston area for over 30 years and have owned 4 Subaru??s, debating on different model??s vs. options let alone the 4 New Subaru Dealers that I previously corresponded with and visited. I had researched the market value of my trade in for the last 3 months and knew what car I wanted. Finally my search ended an associate at work highly recommended Quirk Works Subaru. I was not familiar with the dealership. So I called in inquiring pricing on a 2010 Outback Limited and exact color. Wow was I shocked. My call was answered professionally by Sean Ternullo, straightforward from the beginning without hesitation. He knew the inventory and gave me the price without me asking twice within seconds, not like dealing with the ??Other Dealers?i.e. put on hold, I will have to get back to you, let me talk to my manager.. I could realize he was not a salesman. With less than a 90 second phone call I was getting in my car to take a ride down to Braintree. I comfortably was able to park, have a glimpse on the inventory before I walked threw the front door to Sales without getting attacked on the lot. I was greeted upfront by the sales desk by the General Manager, Sean Ternullo of whom I spoke to before leaving to head there. We talked for a few minutes, as he had the Outback being pulled up front for me by a salesman who was honestly the most remarkable salesman that I have ever could praise in my lifetime, Tom Deianna. Even though I have researched, test driven almost took delivery two months prior, Tom Deianna was extremely knowledgeable of the product explaining the features and benefit??s of which several items I was still not aware of. Before I knew it I decided to take it home In less than one hour I have to say. All needed was a dealer that could give me an honest price upfront and a fair trade in value. Quirk Works Subaru made this purchasing experience pleasant, professional, and unforgettable. Sean had all the paperwork ready for me to execute and drive the New car home."
I would highly recommend prospective customers, family, and friends of Quirk Works Subaru in Braintree. Since my purchase I have referred 6 family members and all have received the same level of treatment if not better!!! And I might add I do drive there 26 miles for service as well. Great Place
And will continue too!

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The search was over !!! Residing in the Metro Boston area for over 30 years and have owned 4 Subaru??s, debating on different model??s vs. options let alone the 4 New Subaru Dealers that I previously corresponded with and visited. I had researched the market value of my trade in for the last 3 months and knew what car I wanted. Finally my search ended an associate at work highly recommended Quirk Works Subaru. I was not familiar with the dealership. So I called in inquiring pricing on a 2010 Outback Limited and exact color. Wow was I shocked. My call was answered professionally by Sean Ternullo, straightforward from the beginning without hesitation. He knew the inventory and gave me the price without me asking twice within seconds, not like dealing with the ??Other Dealers?i.e. put on hold, I will have to get back to you, let me talk to my manager.. I could realize he was not a salesman. With less than a 90 second phone call I was getting in my car to take a ride down to Braintree. I comfortably was able to park, have a glimpse on the inventory before I walked threw the front door to Sales without getting attacked on the lot. I was greeted upfront by the sales desk by the General Manager, Sean Ternullo of whom I spoke to before leaving to head there. We talked for a few minutes, as he had the Outback being pulled up front for me by a salesman who was honestly the most remarkable salesman that I have ever could praise in my lifetime, Tom Deianna. Even though I have researched, test driven almost took delivery two months prior, Tom Deianna was extremely knowledgeable of the product explaining the features and benefit??s of which several items I was still not aware of. Before I knew it I decided to take it home In less than one hour I have to say. All needed was a dealer that could give me an honest price upfront and a fair trade in value. Quirk Works Subaru made this purchasing experience pleasant, professional, and unforgettable. Sean had all the paperwork ready for me to execute and drive the New car home."
I would highly recommend prospective customers, family, and friends of Quirk Works Subaru in Braintree. Since my purchase I have referred 6 family members and all have received the same level of treatment if not better!!! And I might add I do drive there 26 miles for service as well. Great Place
And will continue too!

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I bought a used Forester at this dealership in December with only 19000 miles, still under warranty. The first sign that things were not quite right is that the car was advertised as having keyless entry and yet they wished to charge us for the remote (normally two remotes are supplied with a new car). There were other little things too, but I won't get into it. The only service record for the car was an oil change. Despite my not noticing this during the test drive, the car turned out to have a very erratic clutch. I took it to Cityside Subaru in Belmont were, under warranty, they replaced clutch and flywheel and revealed that this was the 2nd clutch change (that information was available to Quirk Subaru also but they did not disclose it). I am certain that Quirk could have caught this before selling me the car. If only they had the same enthusiasm about checking out the cars they sell as they do about selling bogus warranty extentions and tire protection schemes ...

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I bought a used Forester at this dealership in December with only 19000 miles, still under warranty. The first sign that things were not quite right is that the car was advertised as having keyless entry and yet they wished to charge us for the remote (normally two remotes are supplied with a new car). There were other little things too, but I won't get into it. The only service record for the car was an oil change. Despite my not noticing this during the test drive, the car turned out to have a very erratic clutch. I took it to Cityside Subaru in Belmont were, under warranty, they replaced clutch and flywheel and revealed that this was the 2nd clutch change (that information was available to Quirk Subaru also but they did not disclose it). I am certain that Quirk could have caught this before selling me the car. If only they had the same enthusiasm about checking out the cars they sell as they do about selling bogus warranty extentions and tire protection schemes ...

Pros: big, professional dealership

Cons: sold me car with known, undisclosed problems

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