First, why have two different vehicles both named, "outback"? With the impreza, you wind up getting Outback parts that don't fit your car. Cheap radio---10 speakers, if you can find them--Probably the worst sounding radio one will ever find in any automobile. Paint is so soft, just looking at it will start it to peel! Passenger seat is so low, it actually hides the passenger from view. Does not have the fit, finish and refinement of other cars in its class. You are purchasing a working-mans auto, for basic transportation. No thrills here, but the 170 HP engine is a bit surprising, due to his high torque #s. You get what you pay for....and this automobile is down market.
4-wheel drive, all weather mats, 5-door hatchback, 17 inch tires
Get rid of the love-affair with all the interior plastic. How about a key with all the inputs on it instead of on a separate fixture. Try finding a better paint supplier while you outsource your radio vendor as well.
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