My 2011 outback has almost 36,000 miles.
Several pieces of plastic have broken on the interior--all covered on the warranty. But now I that I have reached the millage limit, I may be on the hook for these irksome repairs.
Also, the battery hold down bars are corroding. I brought it up to the dealer, and the technician acted as if it was a mystery, and nothing to worry about. However, my 2004 legacy must've had the same problem, as the battery holder corroded completely and needed replacement after about 60,000 miles. That cost me almost $200 at the dealer!
That's all to report for now.
Roomy interior. Good gas mileage.
More storage places! I travel mostly by myself, but I am still always looking for places to stash my CDs, cell phone or iPod.
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