2014 Subaru Outback 2.5 Premium
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.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.
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 2013.154k 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
Your 2011 is only at $4K? I'm scared to see what my 2002 is...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.