Went and checked out an impreza a few weeks ago. Pretty much all cars are from quebec or ontario with accident history. Over priced for the condition.
Getting a second vehicle?Also just to ad to the thread; provided the cars do come from out east, if you choose to pursue this dealership, keep in mind to thoroughly check the vehicle you are looking at over for rust as the rust out east is horrendous.
Ontario isn't bad for rust. They use sand in winter. Not so sure about Quebec but my car is from there and has 0 rust
Lmao. Most inaccurate post of the year.
I only lived there 33 years its OK. Salt cannot be used in vicinity of the great lakes as the runoff was damaging them. As I was from Kingston I can tell you for FACT that salt is not used. Can I atest for every area of Ontario? No .. I know they stopped the salt about 10years ago due to the dmg. Thx for the neg rep on a post you call most inaccurate of the year... Wanna post your living experience from southern Ontario or continue to label every car from those areas rust machines? I gave input on a thread which requested it if you cannot accept that then don't bother posting. As for my car, I'm treated, I don't need to wait for rust to show up ..
London doesn't have great lakes runoff problems
Ok, lets try Toronto then. Salt usage facts:200 salt trucksCity typically uses 130,000 - 150,000 tonnes of salt annuallyCity budgets for 14,000 tonnes of sand annuallyhttp://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=9297a84c9f6e1410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD&vgnextchannel=cd3d4074781e1410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRDSo Toronto uses about 10x as much salt as it does sand.
Anyways I gave input from my time in Ontario. Where people get the impression that cars rust more there then here I'm not sure. I never had any of my cars rust from being in Ontario. I know in Quebec a ton is used. That's as far as I can vouch