Marx wrote:We're exclusively looking for old world manuals.
Current Forester on the short list. I'm either way on it, but the love of my life likes the look of it. Seems big(ish).Child restraints mount from the ceiling which is odd. (very S&M ).
Roof anchor points make most sense in a wagon.
baudman wrote:Better than on the rear cargo floor, which takes all your loadspace, which is how some of them work.
Forester is plenty for us the vast majority of the time. Gets a little tight occasionally. For trips, roof boot/pod/thingo. Still, the extra space in the rear of a Liberty wagon is inviting. (Not that I'm wedded to Subies mind you...)
Shall have a VERY nice Liberty for sale towards end of year .One owner (bought as demo) 5 star safety (1st car in the world to achieve this btw) Perfect service history, about to nudge over 100,000km and 6 years old prior to sale. Leather interior with drivers side memory, massive sunroof, 6 spd STi manual gearbox, McIntosh 6 disc in dash premium sound (including aux input for MP3 etc) and sat nav. Conservatively 195KW power when new.