Window frames... Real Subarus have Frameless Windows!
100 miles isn’t bad at all. Tracks look new. My guess is they took it somewhere played with it for a weekend, discovered its cooler on paper than in person. So selling it to buy something more universal like 6x6 Truck of some kind. Whole range of those from basic military truck to loaded offroad RVs.
So do they still get to keep the car?
They need to give Colin Robinson and James May a show on Amazon.
When they look something like this again, I’ll consider one.
I can’t be the only one who’d prefer steering brake levers. Just like the older tanks, and the Green Machine
Its like they’re actively trying to get buyers to not buy the manual.
Insane value would be under $20k. The base Corolla and Elantra are better values, but the LX sedan is decent. $24k is typical for cars in this class and dealer BS will only push the price higher.
I don’t understand why they bother to make small sedans at all anymore. If the thing is going to be shaped like a liftback, just make it one. Tiny little letter slot trunk lids are useless. I despise the whole CUV ethos, but I would still buy one before I bought a useless sedan. Read more
Is the white actually white or some horrible metallic pearl white bullshit?
I honestly have no idea why they bothered if all they were going to do was make the sedan’s glass lift with the trunk lid.
I think they are making a mistake not including a regular EX model. Forcing leather on people who also want the turbo is going to annoy Honda fans. Also, no colors for manual cars that cost $30k??? It’s almost like they don’t want us to buy them so that when they drop the manual they can turn around and blame us for… Read more
I just wish they’d raise it a few inches, add some black plastic cladding and taller tires, and only offer CVTs.
$30K to get the manual hatch with a turbo seems like a high price to pay. I’d take a Veloster N instead, or an Elantra N... or wow... a Kia Stinger maybe instead of this. There are so many options when you get into the $30s. I’m really surprised at their pricing model here.