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#69 of 73 Re: Window fracturing from Cold on a BMW X5 [nippononly]
Jan 26, 2011 (9:26 am)
We looked at a Forrester before we bought my wife's X3. It was a great car; the weak Subaru dealer service departments in Louisville helped sway us toward the X3. I'd still like a WRX STi Limited.
#70 of 73 Re: Window fracturing from Cold on a BMW X5 [roadburner]
Jan 26, 2011 (11:41 pm)
I can't imagine owning a $40,000 STi and having to deal with pathetic and truly crappy Subaru dealers to get it serviced.
#71 of 73 Re: Window fracturing from Cold on a BMW X5 [nippononly]
Jan 27, 2011 (11:02 am)
That's the sticking point, all right. On top of that, our BMW dealer provides really excellent service at quite reasonable prices- so I'm reluctant to look elsewhere(especially after being burned by my Mazdaspeed 3).
#72 of 73 Re: Window fracturing from Cold on a BMW X5 [roadburner]
Jan 27, 2011 (7:24 pm)
You should take a look at the latest 'Lightning Lap' results.
#73 of 73 Yes, I would buy my Fusion again
Jan 28, 2011 (11:58 am)
In 2006 I bought a Ford Fusion SEL v6 with all the bells and whistles. I shopped the market for your everyday Camry/Accord. I even drove a Sonata/Optima. I shopped even VW. The Fusion at this time was different, and that is what I wanted. 65,000 miles later the Fusion has held up well, not one problem. I have changed the battery and tires. Brakes are coming up I am told. I have performed preventative maintenance on this car to a "T". Runs great. I would put this car against any 06 Camry/Accord any day.