These vehicles have achieved the first milestone of having passed the 100,000 mile mark. For a Subaru, they are just getting broken in. NOTE: Not all pictures may appear.
These vehicles have achieved the second milestone of having passed the 200,000 mile mark. Looking gooood. send me back home... Hello Richard! Finally, a couple of weeks ago I crossed the magic 320,000km barrier.
The old Brightons used the 2.2 engine, which is probably one of the most reliable and long-lasting engines ever developed. If you take care of the car and do the maintenance you're supposed to, there's no reason you can't get 300k out of it.
Could this be a reinterpretation of the iconic WRX wagon? With edgy hatchback proportions and dimensions that position it between the Levorg and Outback, it certainly looks that way.
Take a look at that wagon and imagine it with a Subaru Outback-like treatment, with a robust all-wheel-drive system and updated styling and interior.
I’m still in the process of breaking in the engine on my new car, and I’m about half-way to the magic 1000-mile mark. In the past, my dad always told me to change the oil and filter after that first 1000 miles.
About Justin Stobb Justin Stobb is the Owner of All Wheel Drive Auto, the premier Independent Subaru Shop in the North West. Justin has been providing Subaru Owners (regardless of where they live), with tips and advice about their Subaru since 2006.
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Go easy on the subaru, it served you well, better than a volkswagen bug for a 4H design the heads are outboard and a unique design. This isn't a chevy 3500 we got here this is a scientific instrument, this engine- Yes, they are a bit fragile but pretty clever in a Japanese sort of way (no leg room).