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BMW X3 E83 Subaru B9 Tribeca

What does everyone think of subarus new SUV On the surface it looks pretty competitive but we all know that the devil is in the details... B9 tribeca Limited 33895 (base) 3800 (for nav and dvd entertainment system) - 7-passenger - 250 HP 3.0liter 6cyl. boxer engine (219lbft 4200rpm) - Symmetrical AWD - heated seats 3-stage - power glass moonroof - rear cabin ac control - 9 speaker audio system - Touchscreen Nav - Rear-seat DVD system w2 wireless headsets

Im on my second BMW and I bought my wife an 05 Outback last summer. Heres my take subarus are excellent cars the Outback is in no way a lesser car than the BMW in fact in some ways I think its better engineered for its mission . It is however not an ethusiasts car the steering and DBW throttle are too light and subaru skimped on some important details i.e no telescoping wheel no stability control (unless

Quote Originally Posted by EdCT Im on my second BMW and I bought my wife an 05 Outback last summer. Heres my take subarus are excellent cars the Outback is in no way a lesser car than the BMW in fact in some ways I think its better engineered for its mission . It is however not an ethusiasts car the steering and DBW throttle are too light and subaru skimped on some important details i.e no telescoping

Quote Originally Posted by szuszu Not to hijac the discussion from subaru... but since we are talking about the interior.. Acura RDX is a prime reason why BMW is scrambling to improve the interior for 07. I like what they did in RDX plus their great voice controlled navigation with real time traffic does turn my head (I am a geek..) To each their own but for me Acuras interior kicks X3s butt so I cant

Quote Originally Posted by adc Just a few faux-pas IMO - Too many buttons on the steering wheel - Too many colors in the instrument panel (plus mixing vivid blue with vivid red is not a good thing IMO). Other than that an excellent job. But somehow I doubt they will offer it with a stick. After all neither does Infinity the G35... If I were to give up the stick Id want something else in return - like

SUBARU LEGACY V 2010 Legacy - initial photos review

I dont know if I like the exterior appearance but I guess Ill wait until I see this in real life. Kind of looks like an Infiniti. Source httpwww.motortrend.comroadtests...ookindex.html The new Legacy is way bigger. Up by 1.4 in. overall 3.2 in. taller and 3.6 in. wider the wheelbase grows by 3.6 in. resulting in a 12% gain in both interior space and that critical number rear legroom. The car is simply

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SUBARU XV Review Snow doesn

Road Test 2013 subaru XV Crosstrek Traversing the Himalayas especially in winter can be a very daunting task not unlike Toronto roads during a snowstorm. So when nearly 30 centimetres of snow fell on Feb. 8. and our roads were devoid of the morning&8217s taxing levels of gridlock the subaru XV Crosstrek&8217s ethos flourished. It was as unstoppable as a Himalayan mountain goat wearing studded hiking

SUBARU OUTBACK IV BM BR Presenting the 2010 Outback wagon...

Source httpwww.motortrend.comroadtests...ookindex.html As with the Legacys architecture the 2010 Outback has swelled in size. Its wheelbase has added 2.8 inches its been widened by 2.0 inches and its height has been elevated by 4.0 inches. The consequence is an interior thats ballooned by 8 cubic feet of passenger room (up 7.6 percent) while cargo volume (with folded rear seats) is up 8.4 cubic feet.

NISSAN JUKE 19 Wheels plus what Tire Size

So I have a some 19x8.5 wheels with the same bolt pattern and a 38 offset that I can fit in my juke Tires and wheels were on my 2006 subaru tribeca and tire size was 255-50R19 I put them on the Juke and it looked beautiful only problem was I couldnt turn the steering wheel much not because of rubbing but the shock was in the way of the tire. I knew this was going to happen I just wanted to know what

NISSAN Aveo Bashing

Why anyone would even consider buying a Chevy Aveo is just beyond me. If anyone wants a car to really bash heres your best bet for one of the worst cars in America. Thought some folks might find this 1-out-of-5 star review of the Aveo from The Truth About Cars amusing. Some of the reader comments from the article Quote » Steven Lang July 6th 2009 at 1121 am Hence the reason why I always push

come in on Monday morning and have a laugh about how dashed funny it was when the steering rack worked itself loose at 80mph and that the only frequency the radio picked up was the mental workings of The Stig (bleeps and the faint noise of pigeons cooing since you ask). The Aveo is worse than bad. Its nothingy. By way of proof just look at its nose. No its not as ha-ha-amusingly ugly as a subaru

INFINITI FX Theyve Arrived...

Just though I would post up what was just dropped off...

2003 with 88k miles that is paid for (but has issues...see my posts about steering wheel wobble) and I keep asking myself is this REALLY that much better than what Ive got. Seeing the front grill in person is worse I think. It looks cheap. The side vent in both colors is hideous. The headlights are cool from the front but look cheesy from the side. The back end looks neat but somewhat like a subaru

KIA OPTIMA Another Reason I Love the Optima

I am in college so I really dont drive that often but today I drove the Optima in pretty heavy rain on the highway. Despite the rain making visibility super low I still felt extremely comfortable and confident in the Optima at speed. The only other car I felt that comfortable driving in no matter the conditions is the subaru tribeca. The Optima handled it like it was nothing. I really love this car. Not to mention the heated steering wheel I love having it.

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