The 2000 Legacy Outback Wagon is AWD that WORKS, but good dealers are hard to find!
I had the oxygen sensor replaced under warranty due to recall after the engine warning light came on. This cured the problem.
The window tweeter speakers have been replaced and are out again. They are out of warranty and dealer wants $$ to replace.
Windows leaked air and at a cost of $75 per window problem was fixed.
The brakes are starting to go and I dread how much this is going to cost me.
Dealers in the Northeastern USA are expensive.
I am on my third dealer for repair and oil changes. The previous two were very expensive, took too long to do the work and quality was not worth expense.
The Legacy Outback Wagon is a great AWD vehicle. The Four is solid and does move well on the highway. If you want quick get up and go- buy the six. The six adds 3k to cost and not really needed. The car is tight and great in all weather conditions. I own 2 Legacy Outbacks and I would buy one again!!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 19th May, 2003