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Old 03-14-2013, 06:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Who has plans to trade there 4th gen on a 2015 or 16 OB? or are they going with another manufacture.
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Our 2010 will probably end up the kids ride. The kids are 4yrs and 1yrs old right now.

What would I replace it with? Well if anyone makes a Tachoma sized 4x4 pickup that has 4doors with a 6ft bed that gets decent mileage that would probably be the replacement. That way the wife and I could go do some camping in a warm camper anytime of the year.
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I have a 2013, if the 2015 offers a 2.0 direct injected turbo and at least 6 gears in its automatic and better infotainment, Id consider trading mine in.

Or the Forester Turbo's new CVT
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That's a tad too early to replace my 2012 but I will most likely replace it with another OB when I need to.
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I don't think you'll see a 2.0 turbo in an Outback... without the CVT the Forester uses attached to it. And even then, I doubt they would drop the H6 for it.

I would trade my 2011 for a Jeep Wrangler 4 door, except the Outback is comfortable and does many things better than the Jeep would. So... Probably pay it off and keep it, then get a Jeep.
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I will wait for a decent hybrid or diesel for trade in
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Either a hybrid, or more similar to the Gen 1-3, or more European type styling instead of SUV style!
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Our 2010 will probably end up the kids ride. The kids are 4yrs and 1yrs old right now.

What would I replace it with? Well if anyone makes a Tachoma sized 4x4 pickup that has 4doors with a 6ft bed that gets decent mileage that would probably be the replacement. That way the wife and I could go do some camping in a warm camper anytime of the year.
Too bad Toyota has not redone the Tachoma but kept the same truck since 2007.
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I will wait for a decent hybrid or diesel for trade in
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A hybrid or hybrid/diesel wagon or truck with good mpg and low emissions.

Toyota Hilux TD has the four doors, but the ones I have seen were all 4.5' beds which doesn't work too well. Maybe the offer a 6' bed in OZ. Kinda like the TACHOMA.
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I will buy another just after they announce they are making a hybrid version.
Get a gasser before all the high pollution metal battery versions come out.
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