Just bought a used subie(30th year
limited outback edition) a couple of
months back. I have already put 4k
miles in two months, just roaming in-
state of colorado. Because of it's high
ground clearance, I am able to take it
onto dirt roads filled with snow which
I wouldn't dare otherwise. Subie's
vibration damping is good and body roll
is largely contained during twisty
turns on the mountains. I really like
this car & just couldn't wait for the
leather, heated comforts, rear spoiler
and good size tires.
Cup-holders!!!, Ah!!! whoever designed
them must have hated coffee/coke. Such
an in-efficient design. Power - Not
much available in lower RPM band.
Engine technology is not on par with
Honda or Toyota. A V6 honda would give
more mileage than the subie...
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