Finding a great deal on a used car can be a time-consuming task. Between browsing the web, looking around used car lots and negotiating with sellers, it’s not always easy to find the car you’re looking for at a price you can afford.
That’s where the Goodwill Auto Auction of Cincinnati comes in! Every week, we host a public auto auction where you can find used vehicles at an incredible value. What can you expect to see at this week’s auction? Check out our featured car: a 2006 Subaru Legacy!
Subaru is a brand with a reputation for quality, safety, and value, and the mid-sized Legacy sedan is no exception. The 2006 model we’re featuring is from the fourth generation, which has a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine with a four-speed automatic transmission. With traction control and standard all-wheel drive, the Legacy can safely navigate the roads in all types of weather.
Standard safety features on the 2006 Legacy include front and side first row airbags, anti-whiplash head restraints, and remote keyless entry. With comfortable seating for five and an average combined fuel economy of 23 MPG, this sedan is a great choice for family driving or just the daily commute to work.
Kelley Blue Book users the 2006 Legacy an average rating of 4.5 out of 5, with users calling it “reliable, safe, and efficient.” If you’re ready to make this Legacy your next vehicle, you’ll need to be present at our Goodwill Auto Auction on Saturday, April 20th and place the winning bid!
Our Goodwill Auto Auction located at 10600 Springfield Pike in Woodlawn, is held every Saturday and is always open to the public. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and the bidding promptly begins at 9:00 a.m. Come early and bid often!
P.S. Do you have a vehicle that you don’t need anymore? Donate it to Goodwill! We accept vehicles in any condition at our convenient drop sites, or you can arrange to have your vehicle towed FREE of charge! Your generous car donation will help someone go to work in our community – now that’s a good thing! Find out more at www.goodwillcars.com. Thank you, Greater Cincinnati, for your support!