Have a '13 Limited Sedan, and agree with others here that the Stereo and Tires are two weak spots.
Replaced both on mine, along with the speakers, and the car rides quieter and I enjoy my aftermarket Eclipse unit with NAV after using it in my last car and transferring it over to the Subaru.
Otherwise, mine is well made and has no rattles after 8,000 miles.
The paint is holding up, no stone chips.
A/C good, plenty of heat and the heated seats are a nice feature.
The leather, while not luxurious, appears very durable.
Easy to replace the Stereo, nice '17 rims for summer use, rides smoothly even with the 17s, nice build quality, and visibility is excellent.
Handles well, and has good pep on the low end or while climbing hills.
Very roomy interior.
Have Yokohama provide a quieter all-season tire as most Subaru owners will not want to buy winter tires.
The stock tires are more for summer use, do not have sipes to grip in winter.
Offer the Harmon-Kardon audio upgrade.
Add a temperature gauge to the instrument cluster.
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