2004 Gray Subaru Legacy for sale in Bountiful, UT

2004 Subaru Legacy 25th Anniversary Special Edition

Mileage: 125,560

Bountiful, UT | Posted October 28, 2019

$4,000

Used Car For Sale By Owner
I'm trying to sell my 2004 Subaru Outback for $4000 cash or a camper/travel trailer. Or, if you have something else to offer I am always open to a good and fair trade?
Please, no guns or electronics. I already have way too many computers, phones, DVRs and such. In fact, if you want a good deal on any of these let me know. Otherwise, it won't hurt to ask.
I am into Canon DSLR cameras (if you have a Sigma 60-600 Sport to throw in the deal it will get my rapt attention), Full Size Jeeps SJ platform (Have one already but will consider parts such as a 401 or an 8 lug Wide Track D44 4.09 front passenger drop part time), Jaguar MK and XK parts (I have a 58 MKI), work on my other vehicles, housework, yardwork, sheet-rocking, plumbing, or just about anything I'm tired of doing for myself. I'll even take into consideration locker beef, pork or lamb for part of the deal (on hoof preferred or proof of age and quality if already in locker).
Mostly I'm looking for cash or a single axle travel trailer (max 4450 lbs. loaded).
Sorry, not willing to let you drive the car while you work it off so be realistic about what you have or can offer. May be willing to negotiate if most of the deal is covered and you just need to finish up some labor and I have learned I can trust you. I'm open to lots of trades, but the end result must be in line with what I am asking $4000. The car is worth more than this, I just want it gone so I can drive my truck to work instead.
About the car:
2004 Subaru Outback 25th Anniversary Edition 3.0 liter 6 cylinder and 127,000 miles (approximately).
I bought it from Mark Miller 3 years ago with about 55,000 miles and a good report from CarFax (I think I even still have it). Since then I have changed out the front struts, serpentine belt and idler pully, front rotors and last week a new set of brake pads all around, a radio with USB (you can have the old one too) and quite a bit of work on the exhaust (still needs a new muffler as the old one has a rattle, I was quoted $350 but getting rid of the rattle isn't worth that much to me). I also just put 2 new O2 sensors in that cost $350 each, so you won't have to deal with that expense. I keep it maintained at Jiffy Lube so the records are available, last visit was 3 weeks ago. This car drives straight, corners tight at speed, has plenty of response when you touch the accelerator and comes to a stop when you hit the brakes. I prefer to get up to speed, set the cruise and relax as I drive. This is all good too.
Comes with 2 sets or rims, one aluminum for winter currently on the car with Blizzaks (one year old 9/32 front 7/32 rear) and one steel with summer tires (1 1/2 years old 5/32 front 7/32 rear). This makes tire rotation easy for summer to winter changeouts. I'll even throw in the brand new set of tire chains.
Has the Class 1 towing kit installed including lights and hitch receiver.
A few small dings (nothing unexpected in a 15 year old car) and scratches but no real dents or deep scratches. The front bumper has some paint damage and there are two rust bubbles on the body but no holes or real cancer yet. The doors and windows are all straight and all work great (new windshield last January), all electronics work and the interior is in pretty good shape other than the front door handles are showing their age and use. I did disconnect the antennae from the radio because I can't stand endless yammer, but it is easy to reconnect.
This car drives sweetly whether going on I15, up the canyons or on dirt/gravel roads in the desert/mountains. I have taken it to the coast and would take it anywhere at any time without a second thought. It runs just fine on regular octane with no problems, but if you want real performance put a tank of high octane and you will feel the difference when you pass on the freeway or going up a canyon. The engine is designed for high octane but also to accept regular without a problem (per the owner's manual).
I drive this car up and down Little Cottonwood Canyon all of the time and even on the worst/best powder days I have control of the car and feel completely safe. All wheel drive is a wonderful thing.
I'm trying to sell my 2004 Subaru Outback for $4000 cash or a camper/travel trailer. Or, if you have something else to offer I am always open to a good and fair trade?
Please, no guns or electronics. I already have way too many computers, phones, DVRs and such. In fact, if you want a good deal on any of these let me know. Otherwise, it won't hurt to ask.
I am into Canon DSLR cameras (if you have a Sigma 60-600 Sport to throw in the deal it will get my rapt attention), Full Size Jeeps SJ platform (Have one already but will consider parts such as a 401 or an 8 lug Wide Track D44 4.09 front passenger drop part time), Jaguar MK and XK parts (I have a 58 MKI), work on my other vehicles, housework, yardwork, sheet-rocking, plumbing, or just about anything I'm tired of doing for myself. I'll even take into consideration locker beef, pork or lamb for part of the deal (on hoof preferred or proof of age and quality if already in locker).
Mostly I'm looking for cash or a single axle travel trailer (max 4450 lbs. loaded).
Sorry, not willing to let you drive the car while you work it off so be realistic about what you have or can offer. May be willing to negotiate if most of the deal is covered and you just need to finish up some labor and I have learned I can trust you. I'm open to lots of trades, but the end result must be in line with what I am asking $4000. The car is worth more than this, I just want it gone so I can drive my truck to work instead.
About the car:
2004 Subaru Outback 25th Anniversary Edition 3.0 liter 6 cylinder and 127,000 miles (approximately).
I bought it from Mark Miller 3 years ago with about 55,000 miles and a good report from CarFax (I think I even still have it). Since then I have changed out the front struts, serpentine belt and idler pully, front rotors and last week a new set of brake pads all around, a radio with USB (you can have the old one too) and quite a bit of work on the exhaust (still needs a new muffler as the old one has a rattle, I was quoted $350 but getting rid of the rattle isn't worth that much to me). I also just put 2 new O2 sensors in that cost $350 each, so you won't have to deal with that expense. I keep it maintained at Jiffy Lube so the records are available, last visit was 3 weeks ago. This car drives straight, corners tight at speed, has plenty of response when you touch the accelerator and comes to a stop when you hit the brakes. I prefer to get up to speed, set the cruise and relax as I drive. This is all good too.
Comes with 2 sets or rims, one aluminum for winter currently on the car with Blizzaks (one year old 9/32 front 7/32 rear) and one steel with summer tires (1 1/2 years old 5/32 front 7/32 rear). This makes tire rotation easy for summer to winter changeouts. I'll even throw in the brand new set of tire chains.
Has the Class 1 towing kit installed including lights and hitch receiver.
A few small dings (nothing unexpected in a 15 year old car) and scratches but no real dents or deep scratches. The front bumper has some paint damage and there are two rust bubbles on the body but no holes or real cancer yet. The doors and windows are all straight and all work great (new windshield last January), all electronics work and the interior is in pretty good shape other than the front door handles are showing their age and use. I did disconnect the antennae from the radio because I can't stand endless yammer, but it is easy to reconnect.
This car drives sweetly whether going on I15, up the canyons or on dirt/gravel roads in the desert/mountains. I have taken it to the coast and would take it anywhere at any time without a second thought. It runs just fine on regular octane with no problems, but if you want real performance put a tank of high octane and you will feel the difference when you pass on the freeway or going up a canyon. The engine is designed for high octane but also to accept regular without a problem (per the owner's manual).
I drive this car up and down Little Cottonwood Canyon all of the time and even on the worst/best powder days I have control of the car and feel completely safe. All wheel drive is a wonderful thing.

Specifications

  • Year: 2004  
  • Make: Subaru  
  • Model: Legacy  
  • Trim: 25th Anniversary Special Edition  
  • Body: Wagon  
  • Mileage: 125,560  
  • VIN: 4S3BH815547627266  
  • Title Type: Clean Title  
  • Exterior Color: Gray  
  • Interior Color: Gray  
  • Transmission: Automatic  
  • Liters: 3L  
  • Cylinders: 6  
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline  
  • Number of Doors: 4  
  • Exterior Condition: Good  
  • Interior Condition: Good  
  • Drive Type: AWD  
  • Ad Number 5942340
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  • Favorite of 2 People
  • Member Since Dec 2007

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