1998 subaru legacy outback wagon
Purchased in with 20k miles. Drives through anything! Has taken me home every time through bad weather and good! With , miles on her now, she is still going strong. I have gone through a lot of brakes and associated parts
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Subaru Legacy (second generation)
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Used 1998 Subaru Legacy Wagon
The second-generation Subaru Legacy was marketed in Japan from October , and July marked the second generation in North America with a full body and chassis revision. The exterior was designed by Olivier Boulay in , during his tenure at Subaru. The tail light appearance on both the sedan and wagon was influenced by the taillights on the SVX. AWD was first offered in and was so popular that in , Subaru decided to make AWD standard equipment in all vehicles produced for the North American market from that year to today's current date, excluding the Subaru BRZ. The 30th Anniversary Edition was a limited production version commemorating the 30th anniversary of Subaru in America.
Recently, Subaru decided to distance itself from mainstream automakers by emphasizing its all-wheel drive models. A wise move, since loyal Subaru buyers stick with the brand, partially because of the wide variety of AWD models in the company's stable. In the early '90s, the company attempted to steal market share from Nissan, Toyota, Honda and Mazda with bread-and-butter front-wheel drive models. The two-wheelers failed dismally. These days, Subaru is enjoying rising success in the United States, in part due to consumer awareness of the safety benefits of all-wheel drive vehicles, and in part because of the popularity of the sport-utility vehicle.
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