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[#] Fri Jan 20 2023 14:01:04 EST from LoanShark

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2023-01-13 09:54 from IGnatius T Foobar
The common wisdom seems to be true: compact and mid size Japanese
sedans are some of the most reliable and long-lived cars out there.

Honda and Toyota? Yes.

Subarus? Not so much.

[#] Mon Jan 23 2023 09:44:42 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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As the primary payer of automobile repairs in a family that has three Hondas and a Toyota, I am happy to hear that we're on the correct side of Japan.
:)

[#] Tue Jan 24 2023 13:15:12 EST from LoanShark

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Yeah, smart choice.

Subarus last until abou 140k miles. After that, best sell them to a greater fool.

[#] Sat Jan 28 2023 10:47:59 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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On the other hand, all of our parents now drive Subarus. But they are 72, 76, and 78, so the race is on, I guess. (The 73 year old just bought her Subaru brand new.)

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