2 years in the Forester started me off.
But my new 2004 TS has completed my
journey. Dry city conditions are met
with a torque to weight ratio that
bridges the gap between a smooth Sunday
drive and tight sporty sortie - your
choice. The low end torque and smooth,
short throw shifter combo will satisfy
the technical pilot in us all while the
firm suspension and boxer style engine
is responsive yet offers a comfortable
ride. Now for the Quebec winters... OMG
snow, please don't go. Subaru (AWD)
winter confidence is addictive, fun,
predictable and why I got a Subaru.
Great bargain in the economy car
segment - fit like a glove driving
dynamics - I'm 6'4" and have tons of
head room - AWD Baby! - troquey power
plant - low center of gravity -
practical, fun and most of all safe.
No Pilot light - CD player gets very
hot - OEM tires are not for winter -
OEM speakers are just OK (room for
upgrade w/ tweaters a plus) - Battery
could use more cranking power.
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