Subaru Deals 22 Miles North of Brunswick at Evergreen Subaru
That's right, lucky for Brunswick drivers, Evergeen Subaru is just a quick drive away. You don't need to go far to find the best deals in town on new Subaru models and used cars! Not only will you find our selection to be the finest in the greater Brunswick area, but you'll quickly see that our prices are unbeatable too.

Here are a few reason to consider Evergreen:
  1. Evergreen Subaru received the 2019 Subaru Love Promise Customer and Community Committment Award, which means we're driven to serve you as our customer and the community we live and operate in.
  2. We want to provide the best tools to get you the information you  deserve, like our Evergreen Fast Lane tool.  It can help you value your trade, calculate potential payments for a lease or purchase, and even help you apply for credit and complete most of the purchase process.  All this saves you hours at the dealership.
  3. Evergreen has our new Rent-a-'Ru program.  You can rent a Subaru car,crossover, or SUV for as low as $24.95.  Is your vehicle in the body shop?  Or do you just want to experience the Subaru Symetrical All Wheel Drive Traction Control?  Come down and we'll hook you up with one of our clean quality Subaru rentals.
  4. We have a friendly, clean, and reliable Service Department.  You can even schedule your next service or repair visit online.
At Evergreen we're happy to help you with whatever you need for your car or suv.  If you want a New Subaru, we've got great deals.  All these reasons and more make it worth the drive from Brunswick, ME to get the respect you deserve!

Brunswick Driving Directions to Evergreen Subaru:
  • Take Cumberland St. to Mill St.
  • Take Pleasant St. to River Rd.
  • Continue on River Rd to Durham
  • Take ME-136 N to Turner St in Auburn
  • Follow Turner St. to Subaru Dr.
  • Reach 49 Subaru Drive

Interesting facts about Brunswick, Maine:
  • A scene in the 1993 movie The Man Without a Face was filmed in the town.
  • Bowdoin College is located here
  • The book Uncle Tom's Cabin was written by Harriet Beecher Stowe while she was living in Brunswick, because her husband was a professor at Bowdoin
  • The area was called by its Native American name, Pejepscot, meaning "the long, rocky rapids part [of the river]
  • The town has 66 miles of irregular shoreline on the ocean

Areas of Interest in Brunswick, Maine:
  • Androscoggin Pedestrian Swinging Bridge
  • Bowdoin College Museum of Art
  • Pejepscot Historical Society
  • Pejepscot Museum
  • Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum
  • Skolfield-Whittier House