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    Quote Originally Posted by rusty_nail View Post
    I quit my job!!!

    Not to worry, start a new one tomorrow. Only half hour away, rather than a 2 hours commute each way every day

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    Great news Nic. I'm a firm believer of all good things come to those who wait. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Grab your spoon mate.

    23 minute mark.

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    He was the only one not to winch out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Great news Nic. I'm a firm believer of all good things come to those who wait. Well done.
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    Come here,I'll let ya flog mine around

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    I just bought my lovely wife Jess a new model Patrol, as she deserves it more than me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avo View Post
    Come here,I'll let ya flog mine around

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    That's it, once the borders are open meet up at Avo place. You better have fill her up mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avo View Post
    Come here,I'll let ya flog mine around

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    Im actually thinking of a WA trip. I'm thinking end of next year though. This year is a write off...

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    Hey all 👋🏻 My god @jaysee thanks for the wank bank material- that thing sounds mint 👌🏻

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    Been hearing everywhere that now is the time to buy a new car, and I can attest to that. Picked up a 2 month old, 2020 Subaru Outback 3.6R with 2000 kilometres on it, optioned up for the Subaru exec who had it, for over 10K saving on a new one. Happy days. Full 5 yrs new car warranty blah blah blah. Attachment 81075
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    nice mate! the missus has the diesel variant in the premium 2019 model. the car is ABSOLUTELY fantastic. Sooooo comfortable.
    OK you two, been reading your gushing on the outback, and having previously had a bit of a horn for a forester, so I'm looking again (gotta rid myself of this shite xtrail cvt piece of crap I'm putting up with currently). Not new though, will be used for me. Some quick research tells me the forester went from timing belts (125000km life) to timing chains (whole of vehicle life) in 2011. So I'm looking 2011 onwards. Anyway I have no subaru experience so any heads up would be appreciated. Pros and especially cons.
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    My wife wanted me to buy one, so it was easiest to do that than resist.

    Last Subaru I had was in 1976, could not kill it as a young hoon driver. They are from a heavy engineering background so I wasn't pushing back too much! They do come very well appointed with a pile of standard gear, much like a Honda for example. I have a couple of friends with them and have not heard a bad word, services even handed pricing, mine has 5 yr fixed price, but suspect a lot of makes do this as well. I don't really know much more than that. No idea on what to look for in a s/h unit apart from the normal. I doubt you would find many that have been flogged off road, more banged up from suburban damage.

    The later units have this CVT transmission in them. Its an odd sort of feel, unsure of the mechanics of it, but totally step-less and responsive in the auto gearbox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    My wife wanted me to buy one, so it was easiest to do that than resist.

    Last Subaru I had was in 1976, could not kill it as a young hoon driver. They are from a heavy engineering background so I wasn't pushing back too much! They do come very well appointed with a pile of standard gear, much like a Honda for example. I have a couple of friends with them and have not heard a bad word, services even handed pricing, mine has 5 yr fixed price, but suspect a lot of makes do this as well. I don't really know much more than that. No idea on what to look for in a s/h unit apart from the normal. I doubt you would find many that have been flogged off road, more banged up from suburban damage.

    The later units have this CVT transmission in them. Its an odd sort of feel, unsure of the mechanics of it, but totally step-less and responsive in the auto gearbox.
    Thanks phil. I have a gut feel they are a niche maker, hence I'm slightly nervous. But that could also be a great thing. The standard manufacturers are really putting out very uninspiring and unimpressive offerings these days. I drive a lot of hire cars and therefore a lot of different makes and models. Cant remember last time i really enjoyed a ride. Cvt is really a bugbear of mine. I hate it. No feel, just like driving a rubber band powered car. My xtrail is a good car overall but i hate its guts mainly because of the cvt. The worst transmission ive ever had. Anyway, im rambling. A few reds down, but I'm looking forward to learning more about subarus and maybe even buying one!
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    4502 thanks for my 5 posts since 2010! Woo hoo that's a great thanks ratio haha.

    Not sure what's happened to my total post count but it's no big deal. Just a gremlin I suppose.
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