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  1. I wrote my experience out in JustAnswer and I do not want to go through the whole thing again. I may just trade my outback for a used car of another make. This is such a problem that I don't want to continue trying to get things right. So sad. I love subarus. I have had 6 subarus over the past 30 years.

  2. Disatisfied customer. My pre-owned 2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i LTD drinks oil. I just kept filling it up, but now I wanted to pass it on to my daughter who goes to college in Colorado and purchase a new car, so I took it to the dealership. Four thousand dollars (includes taxes) to fix an oil leak! I called the national 1-800 line to make sure I wasn't getting gouged because I had already put a thousand into it for other issues. The lady, who was very nice and polite, said that cost quote was about average for FB25 engine problems and "these things happen" as if this was the first car I ever owned. I can't give this unreliable, moneypit of a car to my daughter. I might buy a Subaru for my third car, but it will not be an Outback. "These things" won't happen to me again.

  3. I own a 2016 Subaru forester. Nothing but problems, key sticking in ignition, traction control out and now the transmission is out which I found are faulty but they only upped the warranty when it should have been a recall. It is a very dangerous situation while driving, only 140k miles. Dealership wants 9K bucks to put a rebuilt one in. I will NEVER own another Subaru again. We have two and there are problems with that one too but not as bad. Shame on you Subaru for not recalling something as serious as the transmission failures!

  4. I have 2021 Subaru Forester – which I love. My issue is not with the car it's self. I live in a rural area – twice I have had to replace wiring due to rats eating the wiring – the wiring – which I have learned is made from an Oat Based product. All cars have that wiring. My problem is that the rodent problem is huge all over and when it has to be replaced it cost a fortune. Why is Subaru not doing measures to stop this with their vehicles! Wire mesh around the wiring will stop the problem completely.

  5. Long story made short…bought a 2021 Crosstrek and was told by the dealer that it could be flat towed behind out motor home…come to find out that in fact it CAN'T..Now what?

  6. I am writing in reference to my Subaru 2017 Forester. While I love this car (I bought it May 2, 2020) I have a problem that had been noted in a service bulletin by Subaru March 15, 2018 and revised November 6, 2018. The Bulletin Number is 16-112-18R. The key periodically cannot be removed from the ignition switch when the vehicle is in Park. Only when I turn the car back on and put it in Drive then quickly put it in Park again does it release the key. Since this Service Bulletin was issued, I believe the problem should be repaired and paid for by Subaru. I am a widow on a very limited income and I just feel this latent documentation proves Subaru is aware of this design flaw. Subaru; please respond.

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