2008 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited Sedan 4-door 2.5l on 2040-cars
Sanbornton, New Hampshire, United States
|I originally purchased this vehicle new in February, 2008 from Belknap Subaru in a Laconia, NH. It has been serviced there except for the year and a half that it was with us in Florida where it was serviced by Dyer Subaru of Vero Beach. I have all the service receipts. Always garaged, paint is in excellent condition with no scratches, dings or dents except for the lower part of the front bumper that close up shows some minor pitting from road grit. Never in an accident or fender bender of any kind this has been an outstanding vehicle for our family. Runs great and has terrific gas mileage, especially for an AWD vehicle.
Vehicle is located in New Hampshire. It will be the buyers responsibility for the cost and arrangement for shipping. I will assist and am willing to drive the vehicle up to 100 miles or so from my home in Sanbornton, NH (Exit 20 on I93) to meet you.
Buyer must provide a $500 payment through Paypal within 48 hours from auction close with a bank check for the remaining balance within one week or at time of delivery. At that time I will provide the new owner with a Bill of Sale and the original title.
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Sat, 04 Jan 2014 17:13:00 EST
The military has been studying the implementation of alternative drivetrains for years, a tiny sampling of which includes the diesel-electric hybrid technical hauler and L-ATV from Oshkosh Defense and the Aggressor from Quantum Technologies. There was also ADA Technologies' work with ultracapitors, General Motors' focus on fuel cells and the roll out of electric motorcycles for Special Forces. In the Ultra Light Vehicle (ULV) prototype vehicle pictured above, we have the latest developments in the Department of Defense's hybrid interest combined with a need to develop a lightweight replacement for the AM General Humvee.
Mon, 08 Apr 2013 17:14:00 EST
In 2010 the Office of the Secretary of Defense put the Army's Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center (TARDEC) in charge of developing a personnel carrier that could "balance payload, performance and protection," and do so without exorbitant cost. Armored Humvees can weigh more than seven tons, and while the ULV is just under 14,000 pounds, the new vehicle can do a lot more with its weight.
The Subaru turbodiesel under the hood puts out 175 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. That's not much for pulling 13,916 pounds, so it's assisted by two Remy 410HVH HT electric motors each capable of adding 268 continuous hp and 369 peak hp, along with 844 lb-ft of continuous torque or 1,221 ft-lbs at peak. They're only limited by the 14.2 kWh lithium-ion battery rated at 65 kW of continuous power and 180 kW of peak power, but still, TARDEC says the ULV can do 21 miles on electric power and on the flats has a combined range of 337 miles at 35 mph.
The Subaru WRX Concept was the only concept car to be mentioned among our Editors' Choice favorites for New York Auto Show debuts this year - snagging the No. 3 spot nonetheless - due to what it could mean to the future of Subaru if it indeed becomes a reality. Now that we've caught our breath from walking countless miles through the Javits Center, Subaru has released a brief video of design boss Osamu Namba describing some of the exterior styling elements of the sporty concept sedan.
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 19:30:00 EST
While this video is just your basic walkaround that gives no mention of the concept's inspiration or what we can expect from the next-generation WRX, it is still fun to watch Namba explain many of the car's design elements including the more aggressive face, the quadruple exhaust outlets and the signature flared wheel arches and side outlet fender vents. If you liked the WRX Concept as much as we did, scroll down to watch this short video.
The Subaru Brat is the automotive equivalent of a teenager with a mullet: weird, a little reckless but brimming with enough self-confidence to make it cool.
The Brat came from Subaru's desire to compete in the burgeoning light pickup market of the late-1970s. To get around the so-called Chicken Tax that added a 25 percent tariff on imported pickup trucks, Subaru threw two seats in the bed, which technically allowed it to be classified it as a passenger car. The result was a great, weird combination of a complete lack of safety, with a low price and lots of driving fun.
In the video below, Motor Trend's Johnny Lieberman takes a 1978 Brat through the desert and shows just how much fun a little pickup can be.