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Best Used Car Dealership: Shingle Springs Nissan/Subaru

Village Life photo by Noel Stack
Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Where can shoppers find used vehicles that look like new and have unbeatable warranties? Head up the hill to Shingle Springs Nissan/Subaru.

“We generally have about 150 used cars to choose from,” said General Manager Bryant McCarver.

The dealership’s high quality used cars come with peace of mind – 150-point inspections and warranties – in a no-pressure atmosphere that makes shopping for a vehicle fun. In addition to the pre-owned, factory certified Nissans and Subarus shoppers can browse used Volkswagons, Infinitis, Jeeps, Toyotas and more on its lot.

For 26 years Shingle Springs Nissan/Subaru has served El Dorado County residents, with some customers coming back again and again .. and bringing their friends. “Referrals and repeat customers are almost 40 percent of our business,” McCarver said.

Take a drive and see what everyone has been talking about. Shingle Springs Nissan/Subaru is located at 4045 Wild Chaparral Drive in Shingle Springs. For more information call (866) 761-9158 or visit shinglespringssubaru.com.

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