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Old 05-13-2019, 08:48 PM   #26
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The HK system in our FXT is freakin awesome. Knocked that one out of the park.
Makes my Rockford Fosgate system in the SexTerra sound like a55holes.
And I’m an audio snob.
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Old 05-13-2019, 09:32 PM   #27
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Chano, you're never gonna fit in around here if you keep spouting this blatant logic and completely uninspired facts in a rational manner....
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Just like any car I own, I wouldn't care if the dash was plastic. I don't caress/molest my car driving down the road.
You're truly missing out on some hot piece of dash.

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Also not an interior snob. But Subaru stereos are awful.
Amen. I've always replaced the stereos in my Subies... up until the H/K system in my 2017 Impreza. It's pretty nice for the price.

The 2019 Mazda 3 just completely spanked them with the finely tuned audio placing the speakers in the footwell area and eliminating them from the doors completely. Genius. Absolutely genius.
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Old 05-14-2019, 07:25 AM   #28
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To take that much of a hit to the bottom line and cite warranty means the items have to be big. I would say that engines and transmissions not moulding and door knobs. Regardless of SOA customer service working overtime or not, newer Subarus obviously have problems that are big and expensive.

I am going to call BS on the 98% of Subarus still on the road BS. I would think you loose 0.5-1% just in accidents in 10 years.

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Old 05-14-2019, 09:45 AM   #29
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To take that much of a hit to the bottom line and cite warranty means the items have to be big. I would say that engines and transmissions not moulding and door knobs. Regardless of SOA customer service working overtime or not, newer Subarus obviously have problems that are big and expensive.

I am going to call BS on the 98% of Subarus still on the road BS. I would think you loose 0.5-1% just in accidents in 10 years.

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They didn't say which roads. Cars totalled in the US might end up on the road in Zaire.
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Old 05-14-2019, 02:36 PM   #30
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To take that much of a hit to the bottom line and cite warranty means the items have to be big. I would say that engines and transmissions not moulding and door knobs. Regardless of SOA customer service working overtime or not, newer Subarus obviously have problems that are big and expensive.

I am going to call BS on the 98% of Subarus still on the road BS. I would think you loose 0.5-1% just in accidents in 10 years.

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I asked that a loooooooong time ago and I had never paid attention to the microscopic legal text. They base it off registered cars. I just figure(could be wrong) that as long as someone keeps it registered, it is probably road worthy. And also keep in mind. Subaru isn't selling millions of cars each year. THAT would be an impressive stat.

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They didn't say which roads. Cars totalled in the US might end up on the road in Zaire.

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Old 05-14-2019, 03:39 PM   #31
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Yeah. Not arguing at all. Just not on my high list luckily. Though, I haven't been "spoiled" on a H/K unit yet either. My "best" system would have to have been my '08 STI.
Wow. I had Civic's, in the 90's, that had better stereo systems, and the STi is a flagship car for them.
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Old 05-14-2019, 03:50 PM   #32
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LOL. That was just 9 years ago. Lets go back to the pre-200K(like, all of them pre-2006) years.
Heh,

I remember when they hit that "unachievable milestone"

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Old 05-14-2019, 03:51 PM   #33
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They didn't say which roads. Cars totalled in the US might end up on the road in Zaire.
Or in the US.

The VIN is still technically on the road.
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Old 05-14-2019, 04:18 PM   #34
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The HK system in our FXT is freakin awesome. Knocked that one out of the park.
Makes my Rockford Fosgate system in the SexTerra sound like a55holes.
And Iím an audio snob.
Are you partially or mostly deaf? Do you hear beautiful music, even when the radio is turned off? I've got the same exact vehicle as you and I had to tinker with and (for the most part) get used to the system to even remotely enjoy its sound.

It "bumps" when you listen to certain kinds of music and the mids and highs sound OK when you're listening to CD's or streaming OK-quality music, but, overall, it sounds like garbage some someone like, who is NOT an audiophile.

My previous vehicles with a $200 aftermarket head-unit and speakers sound better than this.

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Old 05-14-2019, 05:02 PM   #35
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Wow. I had Civic's, in the 90's, that had better stereo systems, and the STi is a flagship car for them.
I did like watching movies on it while waiting for folks though.
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Old 05-14-2019, 11:09 PM   #36
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Are you partially or mostly deaf? Do you hear beautiful music, even when the radio is turned off? I've got the same exact vehicle as you and I had to tinker with and (for the most part) get used to the system to even remotely enjoy its sound.

It "bumps" when you listen to certain kinds of music and the mids and highs sound OK when you're listening to CD's or streaming OK-quality music, but, overall, it sounds like garbage some someone like, who is NOT an audiophile.

My previous vehicles with a $200 aftermarket head-unit and speakers sound better than this.

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lol
FYI I did car audio professionally for 8 years and sent 2 cars to Nationals that placed for sound quality. I know what good audio is and have ~$16K in just home audio. Audiophile through and through.
I donít think youíve got your stuff set up proper. For stock systems, the HK in my FXT can sound pretty amazing. Time-alignment, multi-band EQ etc.
Maybe youíre confusing loud with sound quality.
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FYI I did car audio professionally for 8 years and sent 2 cars to Nationals that placed for sound quality. I know what good audio is and have ~$16K in just home audio. Audiophile through and through.
I donít think youíve got your stuff set up proper. For stock systems, the HK in my FXT can sound pretty amazing. Time-alignment, multi-band EQ etc.
Maybe youíre confusing loud with sound quality.
lol, I'm glad you read my post with all included facetiousness. I read it again just now and it reads a lot harsher than I intended!

I have no doubt that I'm missing something. I've messed with the EQ multiple times, and settled for what I consider OK sound. It still sounds better than what's in my '15 Legacy Premium, but not by much at all.

When you can, please share your settings and I'll see if it makes things better.

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One of the things that bothers me most, is that I have to lower the low frequencies in the EQ all the way down, so that the bass isn't over-powering and boomy. If I turn the lower frequencies all the way down, then I lose some of that range. Not the boom range, but the actual, enjoyable range that includes a lot of the percussion instruments.

I'm also beyond the days where I need something loud. I'm perfectly happy with my sound card and low-range Sennheiser headphones, with which I can hear every single detail. I'm obviously not expecting any car stereo to have similar fidelity to a decent set of headphones, but I'd rather hear the subtleties of background harmonics, clarity of lyrics, and accurateness of percussion instruments...not, just boom, boom, boom, "what did she just sing???", boom, boom boom.

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The only time I want loud, is when I'm watching action movies. I haven't figured out what I want for a sound system just yet, so I've still got the Yamaha sound bar from when we lived in a condo (perfect for that, mediocre in a large living room). I've also add a nice SVS PB-1000, which is about as high-end as I need from a sub.

I'll likely get a second, sealed-box sub. One for tight, accurate percussive and the other, with the cross-over turned lower, to really pound when the Balrog enters the scene!!!

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I really don't mind Subaru's sound system for a DD. I'd love for it to be stellar and I would personally pay more for that, but it would likely be for naught. Unless Subaru substantially increased sound isolation, wouldn't they reach the point of diminishing returns very quickly, above and beyond what they're already doing?
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Old 05-15-2019, 03:32 PM   #38
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How do you want them to handle it? Literally MILLIONS of cars affected. These things don't just grow on trees.
Honestly? I don't know. Reimburse me for the time that they tell me to only use my car as a 4 seater, when I bought a 5 seater?

The Takata garbage started in 2008 with a Honda recall of 4,000 cars. In 2011, Honda recalled 896,000 cars. In 2013, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Mazda recalled 3.4 million cars.

I'm severely disappointed in their delayed response, and the fact that a 2014 outback was still fabricated using a faulty unit after all of the above noted recalls. I thought Subaru's were supposed to be safe. We'll just keep using these garbage airbags and deal with replacements later. Kick the can down the road and leave consumers to deal with the fallout. They knew the airbags were bad, but kept using them. I understand other mfrs did so too, but it still just pisses me off.
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Old 05-15-2019, 03:46 PM   #39
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Honestly? I don't know. Reimburse me for the time that they tell me to only use my car as a 4 seater, when I bought a 5 seater?

The Takata garbage started in 2008 with a Honda recall of 4,000 cars. In 2011, Honda recalled 896,000 cars. In 2013, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Mazda recalled 3.4 million cars.

I'm severely disappointed in their delayed response, and the fact that a 2014 outback was still fabricated using a faulty unit after all of the above noted recalls. I thought Subaru's were supposed to be safe. We'll just keep using these garbage airbags and deal with replacements later. Kick the can down the road and leave consumers to deal with the fallout. They knew the airbags were bad, but kept using them. I understand other mfrs did so too, but it still just pisses me off.
Honda recently is recalling 1.1 million cars to replace the replacement airbags. So talk about a false sense of security.
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Just avoid front-collision accidents and you'll be good!
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Honestly? I don't know. Reimburse me for the time that they tell me to only use my car as a 4 seater, when I bought a 5 seater?

The Takata garbage started in 2008 with a Honda recall of 4,000 cars. In 2011, Honda recalled 896,000 cars. In 2013, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Mazda recalled 3.4 million cars.

I'm severely disappointed in their delayed response, and the fact that a 2014 outback was still fabricated using a faulty unit after all of the above noted recalls. I thought Subaru's were supposed to be safe. We'll just keep using these garbage airbags and deal with replacements later. Kick the can down the road and leave consumers to deal with the fallout. They knew the airbags were bad, but kept using them. I understand other mfrs did so too, but it still just pisses me off.
Who are you mad at? Takata, or Honda?


Because Honda is a victim here too. Takata ****ed everyone, hard.

Hell, Mitsubishi is on their 3rd recall for the Raiders airbags and the second one for Lancers.


"It's fixed! good to go!"









"Turns out, we lied, trust us this time!"
























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I'm severely disappointed in their delayed response, and the fact that a 2014 outback was still fabricated using a faulty unit after all of the above noted recalls. I thought Subaru's were supposed to be safe. We'll just keep using these garbage airbags and deal with replacements later. Kick the can down the road and leave consumers to deal with the fallout. They knew the airbags were bad, but kept using them. I understand other mfrs did so too, but it still just pisses me off.
2014 Outback production started in summer 2013. Takata didn't have the resources to resolve the issue with all the recalls. What do you want them to realistically do?

Did you want them to halt production to redesign to find another supplier to make an air bag? Did you want Subaru to cancel the 2014 Legacy and Outback models?
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2014 Outback production started in summer 2013. Takata didn't have the resources to resolve the issue with all the recalls. What do you want them to realistically do?

Did you want them to halt production to redesign to find another supplier to make an air bag? Did you want Subaru to cancel the 2014 Legacy and Outback models?
I'm not part of the automotive supply chain, so honestly, I don't know what they can do. How quickly could they get another airbag supplier to ramp up production on a replacement unit for an outgoing model? I don't know. I'm pretty pissed that someone made the decision to keep the damn things in the car without alerting consumers. I drove around for 5 years with an airbag design that has killed people in the past, because Subaru didn't want to tell me about it? I would have traded this car in for another one in a heartbeat if I had known this earlier. Now I feel like I'm stuck with it because who wants a car with an outstanding recall?

Add on top of this, on my WRX I had corroding unprotected brake lines in the wheel wells as part of 2 different recalls (come on, unprotected brake lines in the wheel well?), and then another one for a melting secondary air pump that set cars on fire. Note, I had the secondary air pump failure about 6 months before the recall, but thankfully I recognized something was wrong, pulled over and yanked the fuse to the thing before it caught fire. Thankfully I was the one driving and I had the technical knowledge of how to fix what was happening. This was our only car at the time and my wife frequently drove around alone with my son... imagine what could have happened...

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Who are you mad at? Takata, or Honda?
I get that Takata's incompetence is the last line of blame, but Subaru is the one that sold me the airbag, not Takata. Subaru is the one responsible for replacing it, not Takata.

I'm pissed at the Subaru dealer network, and that Subaru doesn't force them to step the **** up, or offer to pay to have independent shops help perform the work. Parts are available. What is not, is the labor to do the work.

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Subaru is the new Toyota ... just much more unreliable.

Boring cars for the masses.

the 2002 WRX was a performance bargain. 17 years later, its a bloated trash heap with a CVT. sad.
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Subaru is the new Toyota ... just much more unreliable.

Boring cars for the masses.

the 2002 WRX was a performance bargain. 17 years later, its a bloated trash heap with a CVT. sad.
Be careful saying stuff like that. The tiki torch whites around here gonna get you
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The real story. Seems all we see here are Subaru’s SOA sales records being set. Underneath the covers, the bad quality issues are starting to take a toll.

I wish our CVT would just pop now so we could get it replaced under warranty.
Was hoping to trade up to the newest XT. Oh wait, they cancelled the XT.

Lots of quality issues on this car - does not surprise me to see Subaru taking a hit on their bottom line. FA20DIT replacements due to crap software quality etc. I’ve got windows that don’t want to close, interior material quality issues. Not where I wanted to be at 70K miles. Nowhere near.
I really hope they learn from this, got greedy and let quality slip. My tuned and bolt on 06 wrx, went 140k with regular maintenance, secondary air pump issue and radiator replacement. My 16FXT leaked CVT oil at 36k....
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I’m thrilled they’ve improved the Forester seats on the ‘19s, supposedly.

Just had to do a 4.5hr drive today and holy crap my back was wrecked halfway through.
Horrible, horrible seats. The worst.
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Subaru is the new Toyota ... just much more unreliable.



Boring cars for the masses.



the 2002 WRX was a performance bargain. 17 years later, its a bloated trash heap with a CVT. sad.
Yes, you can get a WRX with a CVT, but a 6 speed manual is standard. It handles better than the last gen by a good margin, and is more comfortable too boot. Granted, it's not as raw, but neither are other cars now adays.
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I agree.. these recalls and quality issues is holding me back. I was ready to write a check to buy the new Forester Limited last month, delays upon delays on delivery of the one I wanted (simple too.. silver limited with HK package is all I wanted), I kind of lost interest to buy.

Dealer called couple of days ago saying they should see one next week (this is waiting for over 1.5 months), but now with all these talk about CVT failures, spring recall fails by dealer, I'm not sure I want to go through with all this crap any more.. my beater which I share with my wife isn't falling apart yet so it'll buy me more time to think.
I think you have unrealistic expectations of how long it can take to build and ship a vehicle halfway around the world. I waited over 3 months to receive my 19 WRX Limited w/ nav after ordering it in January.

Also, as engines and vehicles become more complicated, there is more to go wrong. Subaru is very proactive by auto manufacture standards. I would not hesitate to purchase a Subaru based on recall issues. Subaru tends to be quick to issue a recall and make sure their customers are happy. Some manufactures wait until they are legally forced to do something...
Subaru also shut down their plant in Japan early this year after finding an issue with a part that had been supplied to them. Subaru shut down production, and fixed every affected vehicle to ensure consumers got good vehicles. This also led to delays in Japanese manufactured vehicles, which includes the Forester.
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Are you talking about the same Subaru we are? Thereís so much wrong with your post.
Us Ď14, Ď15 FXT and some Ď16 FXT owners waited 3 freaking YEARS for an ECU reflash to fix major issues with the engine. This was a safety issue, performance issue and a reliability issue. We also waited years for the FA20DIT leak-down tests that resulted in tons of replaced engines. Weíre also all waiting for our CVTs to blow up. Subaru extended the warranty instead of dealing with known reliability issues via recall.
I want some of what youíre smoking. Oh, and oil burning fiasco and ringland fiasco..
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