Come to Evergreen Subaru for Savings on New Subaru Models and Used Cars.

Extend your car, crossover, or SUV's lifespan with regularly scheduled maintenance from the Evergreen Subaru Service Center.  Keep your Subaru running like new or turn back the hands of time to get your car feeling new again.  We treat every vehicle as if it was our own, and use only genuine Subaru parts. 

Searching for the best deal on a new Subaru or used car near Augusta, Maine? Evergreen Subaru in Auburn is your one-stop-shop for all things Subaru. Shop at a dealership you can trust. Whether you are in the market for a new car or SUV, or you need Subaru parts or Service, we've got you covered. 

Augusta Driving Directions to Evergreen Subaru
  • Get on I-95 S/Maine Turnpike
  • Follow I-95 S to State Rte 9 E in Sabattus
  • Take exit 86 from I-95 S
  • Continue on State Rte 9 E to your destination in Auburn




Interesting facts about Augusta, Maine:

  • Augusta located in the south western portion of Maine on the Kennebec River, became the first city of Kennebec county when it formed in 1799.
  • Augusta became the state capitol in 1827 and was named after American soldier and statesman Henry Dearborn's daughter.
  • Augusta was a rallying point for soldiers during the Civil War (1861-1865)
  • The city's establishment and early prosperity, began with the arrival of traders from the Plymouth colony of Massachusetts in 1628
  • The "Cushnoc" is an archeological site from the ancient Indian Village of 1625. 
  • The first trading voyage of the Pilgrims of Plymouth led to the establishment of The Cushnoc Trading Post on the Kennebec River Valley in Augusta. 

Areas of Interest in Augusta, Maine:

  • Maine State Museum in Augusta first opened in 1836. The struggles between the French, and British with the Native Indians are well represented. 
  • Fort Western built in 1754, is a living museum that tells the story of Augusta over 260 years.
  • The Pine Street Arboretum is one of the most beautiful places to explore all the natural beauty of Augusta.
  • Governor Hill's Mansion serves the people of Maine today as an event facility but was originally built in 1902 by notable architect John Calvin Stevens as a family home for the 45th Governor.
  • Bond Brook Recreation area is a 270-acre urban wilderness area complete with Nordic ski trails that are maintained by the city.