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Disregard I read your post under high mileage CVT. Sounds like you got some good miles out of your 2 trans before they went out.
 

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Disregard I read your post under high mileage CVT. Sounds like you got some good miles out of your 2 trans before they went out.
Yeah, 261k then about 170k. Unless trans price comes down, or service becomes available with reasonable cost, I think the next time trans goes will end of life for this car. Guessing it might come up short of 700k.
 

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I would say that will be a good mileage for it at least I would be happy to get a vehicle to that high of mileage.
 

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2010 3.6r limited w/ Nav package. 160k miles, I am the 3rd owner of a neglected car and I'm almost done getting it up to my family's standard.

Runs great and shifts smooth, engine weeps oil, largest weep from drivers side upper side of head gasket and from the rear of the upper oil pan. Only uses about 400ml of oil every 2500kms.very impressed with the awd system and the handling considering the ground clearance
 

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Rolling, Rolling, Rolling.... Keep them doggies rolling...... 233,333 miles.... 2000 Subaru Outback EJ251. Sporting fresh gaskets, timing belt, plugs, wires, fluids and all other issues addressed approx 6k miles ago. Runs fantastic. Still can get 29mpg on the hwy if I keep it under 70 without the A/C on. Still working on detailing the interior. Seats and headliner have been steam cleaned.
 
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154k 2011 Outback, previous owner never had the timing belt serviced, chain broke valves bent, I got a deal on a non-running 2011 6 speed outback,

new valves, new head gasket, new water pump, plugs, new coil, new clutch flywheel, brakes, new starter then the center diff went, so new center diff

she is running real well at 154k
Hold on... 2011 never had three timing belt serviced, but then a chain broke? There is no timing chain, is the TIMING BELT. They switched to the timing chain for 2013.
Also, who told you valves were bent? And how did the valves bend? The 2.5 is a zero interference motor. I had abelt fail in my '10 with no damage to anything else....
 

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Someone is offering me a 2011 automatic Outback with 200k miles on it for $3000. It has a new timing belt, water pump, radiator, and battery. Should I get it?
 

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After starting our with a ‘10 OB shaker which was replaced with the ‘11...we now have 209,500 Canadian kilometers...which translates to 130,107 American miles...on our OB.
 

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My 2011 Outback, with 168,000 miles is not my primary vehicle, and as such it gets very little use. I probably have put less than 3,000 miles on it in the last two years. But it still rides as well as it did when new, albeit with a few squeaks and funny sounds that I am not sure where they are coming from. I value this reliable car and think it is worth a lot more to me than the Kelly Blue Book value of under $4K that I would likely receive from the insurance company.
 

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My 2011 Outback, with 168,000 miles is not my primary vehicle, and as such it gets very little use. I probably have put less than 3,000 miles on it in the last two years. But it still rides as well as it did when new, albeit with a few squeaks and funny sounds that I am not sure where they are coming from. I value this reliable car and think it is worth a lot more to me than the Kelly Blue Book value of under $4K that I would likely receive from the insurance company.
Your 2011 is only at $4K? I'm scared to see what my 2002 is...
 

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2007 Outback, bought it with 138k just over 2 years ago, now up to 166k and serving as a daily driver.
 

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2010 outback with a healthy 149K and change. 3.6R that has been brought back from the dead. Been wrenching on it since May

new front and rear end links, rear sway bar, 6 new plugs, coils, transmission drain and fill 4x, new filters all around, replaced cracked airbox, new KYB smart struts/socks, new sway bar bushings all around, mew tires, repaired coil pack harness driver side, 6 fuel injectors, restored headlights and installed HID ....next up new lower control arms
 
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