When I bought this car used, the dealer
told me that the lady who traded it in
cried. I thought, "yeah, right." Now
I can see why... The car now has
163,000 miles on it and is going
strong. I have had to do very little
to it except for routine maintenance
and a CV joint. I plan on keeping it
until it just can't go any more (which,
at this point, seems like it will be a
long time). Subaru may cost a little
extra, but it's worth every penny!
1) Extremely easy to change the oil
(filter and drain cock are right at the
front of the vehicle).
2) Turn signals on the sides.
Make the armrests more comfortable!
They are nothing more than the molded
plastic of the door covered with cloth
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