Hunter Auto Group's Philosophy | Hendersonville, NC | Serving Asheville

Hunter Automotive Group has been a locally owned and operated business since 1940.  We are located between Greenville, Spartanburg, and Asheville.  We serve Arden, Fletcher, Mountain Home, and Flat Rock as well as Brevard, Pisgah Forest and all of the surrounding counties.  We are a full service facility, providing new and used car sales, rentals, financing, accessories, parts, collision repair, and an award-winning service department.  We strive day-in and day-out to meet the needs of our clients, in the showroom, on the service drive, and in the community.

The employees of Hunter Subaru are the heart and soul of our business

Employee loyalty is very critical to the success of any business and here at Hunter and we are proud to have several employees who have been with our dealership for more than 20 years.  There is a family-type atmosphere among our employees, which is it apparent to all who visit.  When you walk into our showroom, you will be treated with courtesy and respect by our friendly and intelligent employees who genuinely care about your concerns.  When you drive your car onto our service drive, you can rest assured that only factory-trained, certified technicians using the most advanced state-of-the-art technology will be working on your vehicle. Here at Hunter, we have over 200 years of technical service experience and over $500,000 in parts inventory.

 Our Purpose, Cause, and Passion.

 We strive to improve the quality of life for everyone we touch by adhering to our core values:


-Refuse to ever lie, steal or deceive in any way.

-Always be honest with yourself, your teammates and our customers.

-Never Settle

-Never say "Good Enough", be proactive.

-Always look to improve yourself, mentally and physically.

-Grow or die is our mantra.

-Strong Work Ethic

-Hard work illuminates your character.

-Stay on the job until the work is done.

-Positive Attitude

-Always see the opportunities not the problems in everything.

-Always remember that the glass is half full.