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I took mine into the local dealer on Friday to have the second key programmed (car only came with one).

They also checked for recalls / updates and found that it needed the fuel programming done.

Both took less than 20 mins.



While I was there, I asked the service guy about bringing the car in for an inspection prior to the warranty running out.

He said they couldn't really do that ... then went and spoke with someone else.

He introduced me to one of the sales people and I ended up purchasing a Subaru extended warranty (bumper to bumper) for 4 years / 80,000kms!

Not what I was expecting to do, but very happy to have really good coverage on the car now!!!


Was that 4 more years and 80k? I need to by my extended warranty in the next 3000 miles but I thought it took you to 7 years and 100k miles which you 4 years is right but not the 80,000km (50k miles?)



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Dropped mine off at the dealer this morning for her first service appointment--oil change, plus the fuel recall and a head unit update. They gave me an Ascent as loaner!

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Was that 4 more years and 80k? I need to by my extended warranty in the next 3000 miles but I thought it took you to 7 years and 100k miles which you 4 years is right but not the 80,000km (50k miles?)
It was 4 years / 80,000 kms (50,000 miles) from the time of purchase, so it augments the existing 100,000 kms warranty and then takes over after that.
Mine had 92,000 kms on it when I got it and almost 95,000 kms on it when I bought the new warranty.

Once I deduct what I would have spent on CAA over the next 4 years, the price was too attractive not to buy!
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Got me a Weathertech Cargo Tech Cargo Containment System from Home Depot (of all places).

Works great so far on my OEM cargo mat.

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It was 4 years / 80,000 kms (50,000 miles) from the time of purchase, so it augments the existing 100,000 kms warranty and then takes over after that.

Mine had 92,000 kms on it when I got it and almost 95,000 kms on it when I bought the new warranty.



Once I deduct what I would have spent on CAA over the next 4 years, the price was too attractive not to buy!


What is “CAA” and do you mind me asking what you paid? I am assuming you are in Canada?


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What is “CAA” and do you mind me asking what you paid? I am assuming you are in Canada?
CAA = AAA, but in Canada.
$2,600.00 CAD (less than $2,000 USD).
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CAA = AAA, but in Canada.
$2,600.00 CAD (less than $2,000 USD).
Last year I called around as people on here said they found it for a lot less at other dealers. I found a dealer 100 miles away that was selling 7/100,000 with $100 deductible for $1100 US. Yours $0 deductible or something? My local dealer wanted $2500 for the 7/100,000/$100.


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Finally got around to having the windshield tint redone, the heat coming through it was getting noticeable in the last few days down here.... Also went ahead and had them wrap the chrome bar on the grill to see if I liked it blacked out. And I do...



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I have one of those and like it.
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Swapped out the stock front and rear sway bar bushings for CKE_SSP bushings from @traildogck. So. Much. Better. Combined with the 19mm RSB upgrade, the bushings really add to the driving fun!

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