by jettagirl on Aug 1, 2002 Vehicle: 1995 Subaru Legacy 4dr Sedan
When I bought my Legacy L FWD in 2000,
it had just over 40,000 miles on it.
Now it's over 90,000 and it has yet to
let me down. The knock sensor has been
replaced, as has the distributor cap,
but those are the only services beyond
an oil change it's needed. It's fun to
drive, pretty fast for a heavy car with
an automatic transmission, and
comfortable for long drives. It's a
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