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Old 07-06-2016, 01:32 PM   #7
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Default Re: Saturn vs Subaru

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He claims the Subaru is more suited to the terrain and heavy snowfalls that occur there. Subaru is a VERY popular car brand in Colorado !
This makes sense to me. A friend who lives in a mountain community in San Bernadino County owns a Crosstrek and says that many other residents also drive Subarus for the same reasons you wrote about. One sees fewer of these vehicles in the big cities and suburbs of the L A or Orange Counties.

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They are two different cars that excel in different markets.
Yes, well said, this is definitely the case! (An aside, but an important one: this is also a benefit of capitalism and the free market. We can choose the product which best suits our needs. Imagine what it would be like if we had no choice, but to purchase only one type of automobile or truck. That would be awful!)

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