Love it! Traded in a 2004 Nissan Spec-
V with great relief, took a massive
financial hit, and got twice the car
(at a lower price). Quality,
performance, and a great great value.
Engine cranks up nicely, good
compromise on ride/handling, decent
mileage and big gas tank, quality
interior, all good stuff. This would be
a good bargain in the sports sedan
class without the 4WD, with the 4WD it
kills the competition. And the rep is
pretty good for durability and safety.
Assuming no service problems, and the
same line of cars, I'm a Subaru guy for
Torquey engine, 4WD, quality interior,
short throw shifter, ride, cruising
range, AM radio reception, hatchback,
Clutch and brake pedals a tad too
close, some slight drift in expressway
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