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I have a Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV. Depending on who you ask, these are the best unknown cars out there, or ticking time bombs that will definitely blow up on you. The FB groups seem to show that they are very reliable. The AWD system has worked great for me but I do no offroading. All in all, I'm very pleased with my choice.So, I recommend Toyota. It's a known quantity.
I have a 2013 Outback with the 3.6 engine and non-CVT transmission, no complaints except for the occasional leaking sunroof but that is because the car sits outside all the time(too many bikes in the garage) and we have lots of treeís in the yard. Canít say how it would do off road but Iím sure itís ok for some not too difficult terrain. The 3.6 engine has lots of power compared to the four cylinder Outbackís but I havenít driven the newer models with the improved CVT. Iíve had a few Toyota pickups, with the 2000 Tacoma being my favorite and sorry I sold the truck, they all had 4-wheel drive and never gave me any problems. Donít really like the late model Toyota trucks from an aesthetic point of view, but then itís just a truck.
Not a fan of Subaru's. I worked in a NAPA store for a couple of years. Head gaskets are a major problem as are front axles. Niggly problem they eat headlight bulbs for breakfast. Jeeps may have some issues but provide many trouble free miles for a lot of people. We have a Jeep Grand Cherokee approaching 50,000 miles with zero issue. I know that is low mileage in this day and age but it has been absolutely trouble free. We had a Dodge Durango prior, similar vehicle, over 100,000 miles trouble free.kk
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