A New Ride

A 10-year, single car payment replacement plan has been implemented. This of course requires resetting our cars to one that will last 5 more years (see previous post about getting rid of the 2000 Outback in exchange for a 2002 Highlander) and trading in Ahna’s 2003 Outback for a new version. We were able to find a 2010 at a dealer that was returned with only 4400 miles on it….it made it affordable and we are now new owners of a black Outback. There is a lot more room to get kids in and out, and the doors/windows have been improved with this design update to make them seal better and the ride quieter. It’s been fun to drive for the past couple of days!

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