At 80,000 mi. My GT started to run
rough. I took it to Tom Wood.They threw
about $1000 in parts at it, but could
not fix it. Took it to a different
dealer and they told me one of my
pistons was bad (wrist pin) and it cost
more to replace one than to install a
new engine. $6000, 2 mos later it was
back , but never did run right again.
Neither the dealer or Subaru seemed to
care what happened. Subaru has nice
looking fun to drive cars, but dealer
and coporate support is terrible.What
disappointed me the most was that I
loved Subarus before this happened. We
also owned a '99 Outback. After this
happend, we traded both cars and have
sworn off Subarus for good.
AWD, handling, looks
Just like everyone else, the cup holder
drove me nuts, more power. Get a
customer service dept that cares about
its customers. Be more cautious
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