Looked at a Subaru back in September 2012, but was still considering my options (Mazda3, Civic, Fiesta, Focus, Jetta, Prius). After all was said and done, I was back at Continental Subaru with the Subaru Impreza that I fit in without hitting my head on the headliner with every bump, got good mileage (> 33 mpg) and the price was right. Thanks to a auto buying program with a big box warehouse (sounds similar to Must Go), I finally decided on a Sport Premium Impreza 5 dr. hatchback without a sunroof at an honest price without any added dealer markup that is added on as SOP here in Anchorage, AK. Purchasing the car was a breeze and I paid all cash with no additional dealer packages/options being offered to me since I told them I was not interested in them. Others experience elsewhere will vary, but with the smaller buyer's market and no competition from other Subaru dealers, this was as good as it gets. 2 thumbs up with buying program participation at this dealership.
Bearing design problems.
by Davido from Columbus OH
January 14, 2019
We’ve own a 2003 and 2013 Foresters and both of them had extensive wheel bearing problems at around 40-60,000 miles, costing $1500 ea. Came to learn from a Subaru auto mechanic that Subarus have a design problem with bearing seals. We will not ownanother one in the future.
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