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2004 Subaru Forester XT (turbo intercooler) AWD, manual Silver. Black interior 4 cylinder 135,000 Kms New tyres (1 month old) Subaru original hard plastic Boot liner Subaru original boot privacy cover Subaru original tow bar Thule roof racks 6 speaker, 6 cd infinity factory-fitted system with steering wheel controls Tinted windows Cruise control Airbags and side curtain air bags Interior is in perfect condition. Rear bumper has dent. Car has been regularly serviced and is in great condition. $15,000 ono
hi My cousin is very reluctantly selling her car as they are now upping sticks and going to travel around Australia http://www.carsales.com.au/all-cars/private/details.aspx?R=10794200&__Ntt=9823611&__Qpb=1&__Dx%20=mode%20matchany&__Ns=pCar_RankSort_Int32|1||pCar_%20PriceSort_Decimal|1||pCar_Make_String|0||pCar_Mode%20l_String|0&keywords=9823611&__N=1216%201282&__Ntx=%20mode%20matchallpartial&seot=1&__Ntk=CarAll&silo=10%2011&Cr=0&__Nne=15&trecs=1&__D=9823611&__sid=130BCC2%20DDC0F Hope this link works, it looks very long lol :confused: Claire
When we first came out here, a few years ago, petrol seemed cheap and buying a new 4WD vehicle off the dealership forecourt that stated an economy rating of 9.5l/100kms seemed like a good idea. Of course, petrol isn't the price that it once was and so I'm thinking about having an LPG system installed. Tyke already pointed out to me that I should make sure it is possible in the first place to run LPG through a late model Outback and I'm still waiting to hear back from Subaru. I've placed a similar posting on BE, as well as ANLDU, in the hope that someone, somewhere, will have already undergone the fitment on their Subaru - it doesn't have to be an Outback - any model really, I'd just like to know what the difference in economy is and how effective it has been for you. Incidentally, our driving style nets us 8.5l/100kms amongst the steep hills and on the flat it drops to about 7.6l/100kms on petrol - not bad for a 4WD 2.5 litre wagon with autobox. These cars are not light! Any feedback appreciated. Cheers Paul.