Subarus are tough, easy to work on,
and fun to drive. Not the biggest car
inside, but for a single commuter or a
small family it is fine. The AWD is
great when it is needed, but otherwise
sucks up a bit of power. The car is a
perfect blend of utility and
performance, and is a great value.
AWD, flat four power, torque, and
sound, ease of maintenance
Stereo, cupholders (you could count
them on half a hand if you were a
Muppet), and paint.
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