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Looking at new 2007 or 2007 Forester or Outback

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#1 vic


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Posted 02 April 2007 - 07:33 AM

Considering a new 2007 or 2006 Forester or Outback. Would appreciate your experiences or comments about these cars. Any problems with these models I should be aware of?

#2 The Dude

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 09:15 AM

I own a 2006 Forester. At 30,000 miles, no major problems. I believe that the 2006 is an improvement on my 1999 Forester. I'm getting about 2 better mpg with my 2006. I really like the Forester, but one of my primary reasons for owning one is its' towing capacity.

#3 ferret


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Posted 02 April 2007 - 10:40 AM

Drive them both. They have different personalities, then make up your mind. Mechanically they are pretty much the same, so that shouldn't play into your decision.

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Posted 03 April 2007 - 12:53 AM

My sister is now finally happy with her 2006 Forester XT Turbo after about a year. It had a sticky hill holder that took two different dealers, 9 months, and several appointments to fix. Nice car, I will make her a serious offer on it if she wants to trade it in in a few years.

The other thing to look at when comparing the Outback to the Forester is the interior measurments. The Outback is actually more spacious and I have seen the interior measurements that prove it.

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