a 2014 FXT Touring in November 2013. Comfort is average but could be improved with power passenger seat. Gas mileage is a little better than my 2011 BMW 335xi 6MT, but only by 1-2 mpg- so around 22 city, 27 hwy.
Big problem is 1990's navigation system that was delivered with Q3 2012 maps while Q1 2013 maps were already availble from the Subaru website - for $149!!!.
Maps can't be downloaded to Macs, only PCs and require
SD card reader. Subaru said they'd reimburse me for the maps, but really? Why should a vehicle produced in 10/2013 have Q3 2012 maps? Why can't the dealer keep current SD cards
and why on earth would anyone pay Subaru and the wait? Can't wait to dump this hog.
2014 navigation that updates in real-time from web sources so that consumers don't get constantly reamed as roads change. The current system couldn't find the major road leading from the dealership to my area since the road opened in Dec 2012- only 11 months before the vehicle was delivered.
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