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2006 Subaru Baja Consumer Discussions

2006 Subaru Baja

Community Insights for the 2006 Subaru Baja


Subaru of America is pleased to announce the pricing of the 2006 model year Legacy, Outback and Baja vehicles. These new vehicles will begin to arrive at your dealership in July....

I sent an e-mail to SOA and asked them about the Baja for 2006 and later. They replied with the following message....

I read post #38 "for a automatic 2005 Subaru Baja Baja Turbo for $22,795 (Installed options include: FLOOR MATS, ALL WEATHER AUTO-DIMMING MIRROR/COMPASS, BED EXTENDER,...

If I had to guess, there won't be a new Baja. But my hope would be that it would at least be on the latest Ouback platform, but better (for market demands) on the Beca platform....

Toyota Land Cruiser for the wife ($52K), BMW 335i coupe ($44K), the remaining $4K for gas and reservation in a hotel in Baja and 2 bottles of Crystal. It's going to take me 3 days from Minnesota to Ba...

This may have been covered earlier but my 2006 Baja (mechanically the same as an Outback) has developed a jerkiness in slow speed turns (could be called crabbing?). The vehicle has an automatic transm...

<< You really think there is a market for two Bajas? >>...

strapped to the roof, offroading down in Baja and so forth...heh). That said, I also have a huge bias against them as being big gashogs that are hard to park, bad for the environment and, monstrous ...

I suspect there is something not right.... My 2006 Baja (based on the Legacy) has GREAT cooling and above-average heating. (albiet it only has to cool/heat half the space as the Legacy wagon)...

then this will be worth waiting for. I had been thinking 2006 Baja (if nothing else comes up) to replace my Forester. But, if the Tribeca gets a 6 cylinder TDI then I will likely look at replacing o...

SUT? Dunno if they'll risk another, Baja has surely made them gun shy....

Hi, I just joined this forum tonight hoping to find other owners in the same predicament. I'm the original owner of a 2004 Baja Turbo automatic. I really enjoy driving it, but in early 2005, a grind...

I drove my 2006 Baja (5000 miles) on Trailridge road in Colorado (approx 12,ooo feet) over the weekend and the engine died a dozen times. It always dies when I am coasting at about 3500 rpms and I pu...
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