I have a 96 Subaru legacy outback. Its a nice car 165000 miles on it. The only thing my wife and do not like about it is the seats. I got yhe car from my dad and he loved it. By brother in-law has a one with 210,000 and he thinks it great. He's looking at a new one.
I had a S40 but not the new T-5. The new T-5 are freakin crazy. They are quick for a volvo...P.S. Ford owns Volvo. I would probably never get another one, my check engline light was always on and it would de-boost (limp home mode) is what the stealer called it. They replaced the O2 sensor a billion times and it would work for about 5 weeks and start doing it again. If you can get an audi, thats where i would go, but if not, Turbo legacy for sure.
Audi's break all the time and are extremly expensive to fix and buy. The fords seem like a tight little car. volvo is like stated above hit or miss and i've seen some had some damn nice ones. subaru's i love to work on but don't want to be in an accident in, there cheap. If I were you I would look at a honda or acura even though i dont like rice burners from the ones i've worked on they arn't bad cars. My 2 cents
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