I've owned 2 1993 turbo wagons and truly love the car. The first one did double duty for years. First as a family car for everything from running around town to 5-person ski trips. It was also my work car hauling personnel, linen and cleaning supplies to customers homes/condos in Summit County Colorado. It performing excellent in all aspects. I once had to get 4 workers on deadline to a store and drove the 30 miles from Leadville to Silverthorne over Fremont Pass in 30 minutes. It had snowed 14 inches overnight. The car never gave a hint of instability over the winding, snow-covered road. But, the guy on the hump in the back seat was white as a sheet when we arrived. He'd never seen snow!
Stability, power, performance, guts.
Front seats too hard, cargo cover plastic clips break.
I just bought a Turbo wagon that has
153,100 mile son it, and whoever had
it before took great care of it. My
previous car was a '91 Legacy Wagon
with 240,000 on it and it is still
kickin. These cars are bullet proof
and very modable (especially the Turbo
Wagon). I love its handling and 160
hp engine as compred to 130 in the
normal engine. Their reliability is
the only reason I bought one with
153,100 miles. That wind noise is
there, but I'll get that taken care of
no big deal.
Turbo, Sunroof/Moonroof, Alloy Wheels,
Seat Height Adjustment, More Leg Room
for the Driver and Passenger
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