2018 Outback 2.5i Limited with Eyesight
I think they give a 5 yr 50k warranty on the head unit now
for you it would be free. The warranty was extended on the 2018 units to 5 year/100k miles. You've got about 2 years left.Well dangit, I knew I shoulda come here before buying. Just picked up a 2018 3.6R Limited with 19k miles. Should I be worried about this? Anything I can check to see if my car will be affected? How much are people finding it costs to get it fixed / replaced?
My 2018 2.5 Touring has had all the firmware updates and is functioning perfectly fine. I never really had any issues with it and stayed on top of the updates. The driver's seat bottom was replaced because of creaking and now has returned at 23K miles. I'm going to do the lithium lube treatment detailed elsewhere on this forum. I love my Outback and bet you will love yours too.Well dangit, I knew I shoulda come here before buying. Just picked up a 2018 3.6R Limited with 19k miles. Should I be worried about this? Anything I can check to see if my car will be affected? How much are people finding it costs to get it fixed / replaced?
I live in MoCo. Pretty OK experience with Fitz in Rockville and Gaithersburg. I've had recall work done there, including the header work. My interpretation is that as most folks in MoCo don't even know how to open their hood, they treat you like that as well. Techs not interested in talking or explaining. As far a niceties they where the worst, not a good waiting room and no car wash and no interior vacuum, etc.Is anyone here in Montgomery County, Maryland? If so, would you reply to all and/or private message me to discuss your experiences and with which dealership(s)? TIA!chrom
I put a screen protector on my HK head unit when I first got the car. It was a dismal failure; it looked like hammered a$$ and cut the touchscreen sensitivity to the point of uselessness. I took it off after two days. YMMV...I just got my head unit replaced. Now, has anyone put a display/screen protector on their new/replaced display/screen? Or taken any other proactive step to prevent and/or extend ("protect") display/screen going forward?