The newly built Subaru of Wesley Chapel is now open (PHOTOS)

After more than a year under construction, the Tampa Bay area’s largest Subaru retailer, and Subaru service center, Subaru of Wesley Chapel, is open for business.

By inventory availability, more than 250 new Subaru vehicles in its first full allocation, and service center capacity, more than 30 service bays, Subaru of Wesley Chapel is the largest Subaru dealership in Tampa Bay.

“We built Subaru of Wesley Chapel to meet the Bay area’s growing demand for Subaru products and services,” says Scott Fink, owner and chief executive officer, of Subaru of Wesley Chapel.

The new store offers facility tours, new Subaru test drives and sales, and trade appraisals, with a complimentary car wash.

In alignment with its parent brand advertising, Subaru of Wesley Chapel is a dog-friendly business, boasting a pet-friendly showroom and a custom-manicured dog park.

“Bring your pup!” said Fink. “Sales or service, our staff love animals and will have plenty of treats, and pets, for your furry best friend.”

Fink, on behalf of Subaru of Wesley Chapel, donated more than $10,000 to the Tampa Bay Humane Society prior to the dealership’s official opening. Subaru of Wesley Chapel also supported Metropolitan Ministries with a food drive that saw more than 1,500 pounds of food donations. The store also donated more than $10,000 to Meals on Wheels of Tampa Bay.

Subaru of Wesley Chapel is located two miles east of the Tampa Premium Outlets, at 26570 Silver Maple Parkway, in Wesley Chapel.

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