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Thank You for the review. I have been checking every week for a consumer review! I too live in this frigid NE; in the suburbs of NYC.... so my city driving is NOT going to be the same as Omaha "city" driving. When people in and around NYC say city driving we mean sitting in traffic and racing to the next red light... over and over again. So my 2005 Outback non-turbo has been averaging 16.2 mpg. The trip computer lies at 17.4 mpg. Anyway... 27 mpg doesn't sound tooooo bad if it is the same type of driving I do.... as long as the hybrid isn't more than $3000 more. My friend's Lexus CT200h Hybrid gets 36mpg in the winter to 44mpg in the summer. But it's really not that fun to drive, and it's kind of cramped. And yes... Subaru has been known for crappy stereos on the Impreza and they are stingy when it comes to things like sunglass holders/map pockets.Report it
I wrote this review, and figured I would provide an update as I am approaching 3,000 miles. I still have not gotten the radio/GPS replaced. According to the dealer, there are issues in getting it from Subaru (we are approaching a month since they agreed to switch it). The delay makes me think that there may be systemic issues with the unit and that the problems I am seeing are not unique to me. MPG is similar to what I initially wrote.Report it
I have an XV Crosstrek Hybrid Touring and have had no problems with my GPS/Navigation audio system other than the speakers could be better. So far so good, sorry to hear of your problem :-(Report it
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