at 6 years and 114K miles headgaskets failed despite the special sealant/conditioner that Subaru applied to the coolant. Had to replace them and the engine that warped due to overheating (the thermometer never showed signs of overheating).
Then, the catalytic converter needed to be replaced, and a whole bunch of other expensive parts. For the money I spent on this car in the last 7 years I could have purchased a new car! The tranny is starting to go - won't shift into D (at 150K m).
Since I already put so much money into it, I can't part with it, but it just keeps failing... Very unreliable.
I do all scheduled maintenance on time.
The only good thing about it is the wagon size - gigantic
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