I've owned several Subaru Legacy's and was disgusted with the "head gasket" issue. It would blow every 30k miles and it was not cheap to replace. I then purchased a Subaru Spec B - and that was the biggest piece of garbage that ever rolled off the line. So even entertaining the thought of a Subaru was iffy, I did research the Crosstrek in great detail and found it to be good car based on the ratings. I did test drive one and was impressed. First, the majority of the options I wanted was in the premium package which made life a little simpler. My biggest dilemma was what color - I did purchase the body side molding and the rain guards and installed them myself, it was too expensive to have the dealership do it. I liked the car so much and even my son like it, so he got rid of his "kia" and purchased a Crosstrek. Best bang for the buck! Remember this is a 4 cylinder so if its "POWER" (like a Corvette) you want, this is not the car for you. It is roomy, I like the interior, everything is within hands reach which helps keep your eyes on the road. No road noise, notta. I can't really find anything wrong with it- I will say Tim at Holmgren Subaru was great on the deal, no pressure no bull.Read more reviews at Cars.com
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