Losiho said:I stand corrected.
"however on the Outback H6 it only appeared (PAST TENSE) on the Luxury model" also the term H6 is used. My service tech says that Subaru do not use the term H6 for the new 3.0R, they use the term 3.0R.The VTD comes standard on all MY04 Outback models, however on the Outback H6 it only appeared on the Luxury model.
I think even the Subaru Oz techs who answer e-mails know how to read the brochure. They have said, as I have said, that BOTH MY04 Outback 3.0Rs come with VDT, while only the Premium has VDC. I did not argue this fact.subah6 said:Did you mean only H6's or were you also including 3.0R's when you say that only the premium spec models have VTD?
My Subaru service tech read to me from a book from Subaru that states that ALL 5 speed autos for the 3.0R have VTD. Actually I think he even said the 4 speed autos as well, but I can't be sure.
My apologies - abbreviation, not acronym. It's obviously time for another coffee.subah6 said:Chris,
Strictly speaking I guess they're not acronyms as an acronym is usually a word made up of the first letters of each word in a name or statement like laser and radar which are both acronyms (don't remember exactly what each letter represents, but I think RADAR is Range And Direction A.... R.....?). VDC or VTD are not strictly acronyms, but I'm sure you already know that.