Perhaps you do not know all the problems of your vehicle?
Perhaps the real mileage of the car is much higher than indicated?
Perhaps your vehicle has been stolen or has lien?
|Factory Designation :||Outback|
|Body Class :||Wagon|
|Engine Cylinders :||4|
|Displacement CC :||2500.0|
|Displacement CI :||152.55936023683|
|Displacement L :||2.5|
|Engine Model :||C0|
|Engine KW :||130.4975|
|Fuel Type Primary :||Gasoline|
|GV WR :||Class 1C: 4,001 - 5,000 lb (1,814 - 2,268 kg)|
|Manufacturer :||FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES U.S.A., INC. (C/O SUBARU OF AMERICA)|
|Vehicle Type :||MULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLE (MPV)|
|Air Bag Loc Curtain :||1st & 2nd Rows|
|Air Bag Loc Seat Cushion :||1st Row (Driver & Passenger)|
|Air Bag Loc Front :||1st Row (Driver & Passenger)|
|Engine HP :||175|
|Seat Belts All :||Manual|
|NCSA Body Type :||Station Wagon (excluding van and truck based)|
|NCSA Make :||Subaru|
|NCSA Model :||Outback (2003 on)(see 034 for prior to 2003)|
|Air Bag Loc Side :||1st Row (Driver & Passenger)|
|Note :||AWP = All Weather Package|
For a year now I have been driving my Chevrolet, which I chose thanks to a report from backtocar.com. All of them had problems. Chevrolet was in perfect condition. I advise everyone to forget about possible hidden problems. And I recommend you to carefully check the VIN history before buying. It is very important.
Tom Nilson, surgeon