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Yeah, your budget is going to make all the difference here. But I guess if you're looking at old Foresters and Legacies, you're looking for or ok with mostly sub-10k stuff?
Yeah I would say like under $8000, I've been looking around online and most of the Foresters and and Legacys are well under that.
I'd vote Forester. Legacies can be cool with the more powerful engine but I always see ones that are blown. And yeah, expect 5500-6500 to Vancouver depending on mileage and auto vs mt
From what I've heard if you keep up with regular maintenance with the Legacys they're actually pretty reliable. The cars going to be my daily driver so I don't plan on going for crazy power.
Forester and put a built STI motor and trans in it? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Regular USDM Legacy's here can be reliable even if they came with the EJ255.However you're looking at the JDM versions, which came with the EJ208TT, twin turbo setup. The twin turbo engine only came in the JDM version of this car, and known to be a pain in the arse. So hence you see legacy GT-B blistein edition and it's only 5k with low km's, but it's usually because they can be a pain once they start causing issues. I'd x3 on a forester
Unless the car is local, plan on spending $1000 to get it to WPG (fly & drive or ship options), plus whatever it takes to safety (could mean headlights, corner lights, DRL's, seatbelts, etc), and possibly a fresh set of tires on top of purchase price.Subaru's are a great car for an active lifestyle in MB where we have winter conditions half the year, good luck!
How are the Stagea reliability wise compared to the Subies?
I think if I get the car in the summer, I would go out and pick it up but if I ended up getting it during the school year I would get it shipped here.
I think if I get the car in the summer, I would go out and pick it up but if I ended up getting it during the school year I would get it shipped here. How are the Stagea reliability wise compared to the Subies?
Had my gc8 shipped to Winnipeg from Vancouver by train. Cost about $1000 and a week for it to get here. It left Vancouver during the last five or so days of August and arrived during the first few days of September. This was two years ago.
From my knowledge there is one train that is Van-Winnipeg and its only based on the Walmart shipments. Once the train gets enough walmart cars to roll, only then will it take off. You have gotten lucky, it can be sitting for a few months sometimes if there isnt a big order piggybacked onto the train