I hope I'm doing this right, new to the forum and also a new Subaru owner. I've done lots of reading on these cars and I'm familiar with many of the issues. I got a great deal, or I feel as if I did, on a 2012 Limited outback. Its almost immaculate inside and out, was purchased locally by a Dentist who's grown son still lives at home and drives an hour and a half to work one way each day. All maintenance from 2 miles until now has been preformed by the local Subaru dealership and I have all in hand. I got it for $4,200,,and it just had a major service done 250 miles ago. It had new timing belt, idle pulleys, crank pulley, water pump, plugs, coils, catalytic converter and 02 sensor. The previous owner had just spent $2,800 on service. The car just turned 218,000 miles but looks and drives like a new car. It has the cvt which we really like and have drove in other manufacturers but lots of reading has got me a little skeptical of how long its gonna hold up. With the miles I have on this car is there anything else someone can suggest maintenance wise to prevent break downs and extend my life. It's always had full synthetic oil ran it. I haven't found any service material at all I can perform on the cvt, but wondered if I could get some advice from you guys who have owned these and have more experience than myself. Thanks for any help.