Used Subaru Wagons Ratings

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    2003 Subaru Outback - Base (M5) Wagon

    Pros: Rearview mirror

    Cons: not enough ground clearance

    Advice: Buy from a reputable dealer.

    Excellent handling. Crash results are reassuring. Knowing it's a Subaru makes the price a bit more bearable.

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    2003 Subaru Impreza - WRX (M5) Wagon

    Pros: Turbo Power!!!

    Cons: It's a little hard to get in and out of.

    Advice: Go for the manual transmission!

    Power, Power, Power...and it handles like a cat. I can't imagine owning anything else

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    2003 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport - (M5)

    Pros: All wheel drive makes the car feel glued to the road.

    Cons: Automatic transmission really saps the power.

    Advice: Get the manual - it's a blast to drive.

    Friends and family insisted that Subarus were very poor cars. They couldn't be more wrong. The Outback Sport (Impreza Outback) is not only affordable, it's got all-wheel drive, a peppy 165 horsepower, standard air, standard CD-player and it's an absolute blast to drive! Be sure to get a manual, though, as the automatic feels much weaker for some reason. Since I'm a big guy I needed the extra head and leg room offered by the Outback model, and it's very comfortable. After test driving the manual Impreza Outback, I was sold.

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    2003 Subaru Outback - H6-3.0 L.L. Bean Edition (A4) Wagon

    Pros: All Wheel Drive

    Cons: Emergency brake recall.

    Advice: Test drive one in the snow. You'll be hooked.

    The H6-3.0 engine is responsive and the vehicle handles extremely well in the snow. My other car is a 3 year old Mercedes E320 and I find myself gravitating to the Subaru. The seats are heated, comfortable, excellent lumbar support and certainly as good as my Benz. The upgraded indash CD system is very good. (Not as good as the Benz, but still very good,) The finish of the Subaru is outstanding. It is a well built and solid vehicle. It rides exceptionally well for a sports wagen.

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    2003 Subaru Legacy - L w/Special Edition Package (M5) Sedan

    Pros: Fun to drive in any condition

    Cons: seat comfort

    Advice: buy it for life

    Best car for the money

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    2003 Subaru Impreza - WRX (M5) Wagon

    Pros: power and front seats

    Cons: stereo only 80 watts

    Advice: get it

    absolute worth it.great performance.i like the goofy look.most people don't expect the quickness of the 'little subaru',so that makes it even more fun.i had a mitsubishi eclipse gs before .forget about it.run to get one.

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    2003 Subaru Outback - Base (M5) Wagon

    Pros: Well built unit

    Cons: Seats and sound

    Advice: Shop for autos with better seats

    Subaru has always pinched on the seats and standard sound---I don't understand why they don't get it that the front seats are bearable, but not more than that. We had to upgrade the dinky cd/radio and speakers. Too bad! Finally, they could make the unit a little wider to add seat and leg room.