I own this exact car, right down to the color. Bought mine used two years ago. I love my car. The cabin is comfortable, the controls fall right where I need them to be. Handling is excellent. Fantastic in the snow. Build quality is great, not a rattle or peep to be heard. My only wish is a touch more legroom for passengers in the back seat - deducted one star for comfort for that reason ONLY. Plan on owning my 2007 Forester for the next decade and beyond. Lots of cargo room, great for camping or traveling back and forth to New England, which we do often. Wagons rule...love the distinctive boxy old style much more than the new Foresters, which look like everything else on the road. My husband is a car guy, and he loves my car as much as I do.
parts very expensive
2007 Subaru Forestersteve - 06/10/2009
I just had the bearings go out on the drive shaft. . you can't just buy the universals and carrier bearing. you have to buy the whole drive shaft, so instead of a 100 dollars parts bill you have to pay at least 600 dollars in order to replace the 45 dollar bearings. something to think about as all drive shafts have to replace bearings. Suzuki is also doing this to owners.
Really bad customer relations on parts....
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