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Alaska Highway to New Mexico dirt roads
by skiers from Wayland, MA | March 17, 2007
This car never let me down and got terrific gas mileage even when packed full to the bursting with dog, skis, stuff, and friends. The engine may be a bit weak, but I wish they made cars like this now, I especially like the click in and out of four wheel drive feature. It looks sporty too. Now my old loyale is rusting out and the clutch is going so it's goodbye. Subaru should re issue this model. What an amazing vehicle.