• Hikerguy1 avatar Hikerguy1 Posted: 4/21/2012 9:02am PDT

    My 2006 Subrau Legacy got great gas mileage but was flawed in quality.
    Thin sheetmetal(gas door cover, side panels), red lighting for the accessories was bad on the eyes, weak interior door arm rest panels,
    imperfecting in the paint, and weak emergency take off speeds. I wish moreviewers would dwell on these weaknesses on this and other cars more than they do.

  • Hikerguy1 avatar Hikerguy1 Posted: 4/21/2012 9:07am PDT

    I forgot to mention that the way the 2006 Subaru Legacy was set up with the running driving lights, it was easy to think your night lights were on, but they were not, which means you rear night lights were not on. They may have somewhat fixed this later with an indicator on the dash instrument panel. At least, I complained about it to Subaru.

  • suzannekane avatar suzannekane Posted: 4/21/2012 11:20am PDT

    Thanks for sharing your experiences with your 2006 Subaru Legacy, Fred.

  • fb_601634786 avatar David Posted: 8/8/2012 11:05am PDT

    Yet more proof that one does get what one pays for and the Asian and Europen brands rack up yet another area where they are better than the domestics. Notice no Ford or Chrysler made the list? This is one of many reasons (value, quality, reliability the others) that I stick with and will always buy Honda.