Car is SOLD
Year, Make and Model: 2005 Subaru Legacy GT Limited
Location: Orlando, FL
Seller's email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Asking Price: $9,000
I hate to let it go, but I need something that can carry the whole family. I am tempted to keep it as a third vehicle because I love it so much. I am the original owner. It was and still is my commuter vehicle and spent its entire life in Florida.
Vehicle is loaded with power everything and leather. Dual climate control, multi-disc CD player, sunroof, rear-spoiler, rearview mirror with Homelink and compass, heated/power seats, and other stuff I am not thinking of.
Only upgrades that would not reduce reliability were added.
-Cobb Downpipe w/ cat
-Cobb Heat Shield
-Cobb Lightweight Pulleys
-Cobb Accessport V3 (Add $500)
-Small Safe (installed on trunk door)
-All-weather Trunk Mat
The Cobb Accessport V3 is available for $500. I used it primarily to make sure everything is working well through use of the additional gauges and reading engine error codes, which didn't happen often.
Everything works. There are no mechanical issues besides what I mention below. AC works. Turbo works. Everything works.
Only minor dings that are hardly noticeable. Regularly waxed, so paint is in good condition. For some reason, the paint on the passenger side mirror is thinning, but is only noticeable if you are looking for it. Few scuff on the rims. Interior is better than just about any other vehicle for its age. There are no stains and the mats look new. Only the drivers side mat is worn.
Only Subaru synthetic oil and Subaru oil filters have ever touched this vehicle; all done by a Subaru dealer. The timing belt was replaced at 110,000 miles with a Gate Racing belt. Tires are new Michelin and they are only about 10% worn.
No major issues and nothing that affects the performance of the car. Only minor issues. Just want to give full disclosure. Had to start adding a little oil; a quart of oil every 3,000 miles or so. For the first 100k miles, oil was never needed between oil changes. No smoke or oil leaking, so not sure where it is going. The exhaust is also getting a little louder, which tells me it might be time for something else. I had my eyes set on a new cat-back, but never got around to it. There is also a small clicking sound coming from the driving console that sporadically comes and goes. The Subaru mechanic said it is a relay that he could replace, but it wasn't necessary. It never really bothered me since it doesn't happen that often.