Not sure how important it is with Subaru's.. but it has a full history log book with itThat's only 116k miles. That's not what I'd say is all that high. 320,000 km is where I'd be more iffy.
As long as they kept up with maintenance and you keep up with maintenance, that thing will hit 320k km without much problem.
My 2001 Impreza Outback Sport has 241,000 km on it, runs like a champ. Only thing I've had to do to it was replace the clutch cable. It was well maintained.
Personally, I think every car should have one, just so you know when maintenance has occurred.Not sure how important it is with Subaru's.. but it has a full history log book with it
The boot and roof was terrible, didnt think it was that bad, but it was.huh, did not see any of that paint fade in the pics, looks really clean. radio coulda been as simple as a bad connection or just a bad radio, the noise was probably a cv axle
I am just looking at the low ks.. I can get rid of the body kits if I get it, get decent rims, etc etc but I just need a reliable good car and if this car provides that then whats the issue with it?Ya, the pictures and ad is enough to make me not waste my time calling them.
Going to look at it on Wednesday.. could I grab some tips to check for things like crashes, bad paint, etc?I'm wondering if that car got a paint job sometime in it's life or maybe the paint on the windshield wiper arms just suck. The paint is coming off the wiper arms, but the paint on the car looks okay.
Hope that body kit isn't there to just cover up an accident.
I am not sure if we have Por-15 if not I will try and find the equivalent.Look for paint overspray or body pieces not properly aligning up (although with a body kit, things won't be aligning up all that well). I'd pay the most attention to what's going on behind the bumper. If you don't see anything obvious, probably wouldn't spend much time after that hunting down something that may/may not exist. Could be 100% accident free.
It's got a clean title, so it wasn't in any major accidents. Minor fender benders aren't a huge concern, but it's one of those things I'd at least like to know. That way I can look over the accident area and fix anything that may need fixing. Even if it's nothing more than just slapping some Por-15 on to keep it from rusting.