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1993 Subaru Loyale Consumer Discussions

although in 1993 Impreza was viewed by many dealers as a replacement for Loyale, in fact, they both peacefully co-existed in 1993 and 1994. I think only 4wd Loyale wagon made it into 1994, but in 1993...

Car before that - Red Loyale Wagon (1991)...

wet pavement or soil/gravel and not dry. My 1993 Loyale wagon is front wheel drive only (still have that one...great car), my brother in law's 1992 Loyale is the same system as the Chaser was, and my...

Autofom did wonders for my old Loyale. I still have a bit left, from 1993 purchase. I used it last year, to prep Loyale for sale, and it worked great (you need to shake it really well)....

c) similarity with Loyale's replacement: although official statements had it that 1993 is the last year of Loyale's production, wagon 4WD version dragged into 1994, and only after that they started re...

In 1993 we bought brand new Subaru Loayle wagon that exhibited the same acceleration problem: fine 0-15, then feel "stuck" between 15-45 then fine again. Funny, our Loyale'92 never had such ...

You're off by about a decade. The Loyale was sold until around 1992, IIRC. The Impreza replaced it for 1993, and the low range lockable 4WD was replaced by AWD....

We have 3 Soobs in the family. My cousin traded her old Loyale for a '99 Outback, and even that old Soob is still with her nephew (it refuses to die). Dad has a 2001, and it sure is nice....

I have to let my faithfull 1993 Loyale wagon go for scrap soon because of rust preforation. It was rustproofed at the dealer when bought new in November 1992. Other than the rust, it is mechanically A...

I wonder if the reason sales are slow here in Canada is because most families cannot afford a Legacy or a Forester. I still see a lot of Loyale wagons around that are still very much appreciated my th...

My first Subaru (a 1988 Loyale GL10 turbo) had 162,000 miles on it when I traded it in on a 1995 Legacy. The car was driven hard from day 1. The majority of the miles were put on commuting to Pittsb...

Now maybe the sticker shock might be more noticeable with Subaru, because Subaru has moved upscale over the years, and doesn't build ultra-cheap cars anymore like the Justy, BRAT, or those two-letter ...

In my prior car (a '91 Subaru Loyale), I put $7K worth of Alpine & a/d/s/ gear. And that was on a $9k-out-the-door car....

don't get a Subaru. I first owned a 1993 Loyale, and it was the best car ever. It just didn't break, and then I sold it at 150K miles (14 years old)....
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