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Guest Message by DevFuse


New 2013 Forester Limited Owner in NJ

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#1 jdfoz



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Posted 28 March 2013 - 09:58 PM

I just got my 2013 Forester Limited from Paul Miller Honda on March 26, and I am completely in love with it.  I first drove a Subaru on my honeymoon in Maui; we rented a Forester and drove it all over the island and up and down the volcano.  I had originally bought a 2013 Honda Accord V-6 in Feb, but traded it in because I knew I really wanted a Forester.  So happy I did. Love. Love. Love.



#2 moosens


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Posted 29 March 2013 - 05:55 AM

Welcome to the "family".

It's contageous for sure.

I'd like to suggest you take it down to the Pine Barrens and do a little trail riding. You can gently go through the trails and not beat the crap out of it yet truely enjoy the permissions granted by a Subaru that most others won't handle. It's just off road exercise. You'll get a feel for what your vehicle can do if needed. Don't keep it too clean ! LOL


We'll be rocking the Barrens sometime soon. If you see a post here and would like to join up you can always leave your 'rester in the lot and take a passenger seat with one of us so you can see the conditions. Take a look at my '78 and maybe see your 'rester's future. :)


Enjoy !!

#3 jdfoz



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Posted 30 March 2013 - 07:44 PM

moosens, Thanks for the info.  Will check it out.  Please let me know next time you're going.  

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