• 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM
  • 2003 Black Subaru Legacy for sale in Santa Fe, NM

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2003 Subaru Legacy

Mileage: 190,000

Santa Fe, NM | Posted September 15, 2020

$4,900

Greetings, up for sale is my babied 2003 Subaru Outback, LL Bean Edition, with a V6 Engine.
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I am able to drive this up to Utah, for full asking price, if you were willing to make a $500 non-refundable deposit through Venmo, to cover my time, gas, and a hotel. It'll take me up to a week and a half before I can make the trip.
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There’s nothing wrong with it, I just decided it deserved a better home, as I haven’t driven it for almost a year. I drove it around town every 2 weeks, just because it’s unhealthy to not drive your car.
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This is a snowboarder’s/skier’s dream car. It handles snow ridiculously well. Calling it AWD is inadequate. Subaru’s AWD is in a league of its own. You have to be doing something terribly wrong to lose traction in this beast. The 6 cylinder engine helps with climbing the mountain, or pulling a trailer. To top it off, it has an extra set of rims/tires just for winter! Its “main” tires are still awesome All-Season tires, so you’re still set, if you don’t feel like swapping wheels. Heater, AC, and all other components work great.
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This car has been well maintained, and I have recently put in about $7,000 in maintenance/repairs - not caused by a collision, or anything, it was just that time, which means that you don’t need to worry about most of the big ticket repairs any time soon. Let me emphasize: my selling this car has NOTHING to do with these repairs, or any new problems - I simply don't need the car anymore. Also, these repairs were not all at once, they were over the course of the last 3 years - There was no significant "event" that caused them(aside from a few of them, that I had to do immediately upon purchasing the car, as the previous owner failed to mention it had any issues - all of which are fixed now). This car has zero mechanical issues, minor cosmetic issues, and no oil leaks - I had my mechanic take care of any tiny little leak, because I’m OCD like that. I just moved here from Idaho, and my new mechanic always comments on how smooth, and well it drives.
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Comfort/Convenience Info:
The seats are all leather.
The front seats are both heated.
Driver seat has electronic seat adjustments.
All of the windows are power windows.
There is both a moon roof and sliding sun roof.
Upgraded all floor mats to rubber (Subaru Brand), so you don’t need to worry about getting the car muddy!
Pioneer touchscreen stereo. Includes bluetooth, Sirius XM radio, CD player, DVD player, Auxiliary input, USB input, and a backup camera. It has regular radio, too, but it gets terrible reception.
All of the speakers have been upgraded to Rockford Fosgate.
Wired for an Amp and a Subwoofer, both to the trunk. The Amp is wired to be hidden underneath the floor, by the spare tire, and the subwoofer can be concealed using the pullout cover, which is also great for shading your groceries to keep them cool. With a solid offer, I can include my subwoofer (I believe it’s a 12 inch Rockford Fosgate, non-ported box) if desired, no Amp though (You can get a pretty good one for about $150 on Amazon. I can help set it up if you need.).
Mechanical Info:
Has a full size trailer hitch/harness. This can easily tow a medium-large trailer, not just one of those dinky ones.
Wired for trailers that have their own brakes, too.
Has an extra radiator, to keep you nice and cool when towing a trailer.
It has a 3.0 liter V6 engine, which are known for their reliability. They don’t have all the head gasket issues that their 4 cylinder counterparts have.
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Repairs/Maintenance/Upgrades in the last 3 years - Since I have hardly driven in the last year, it’s more like 2 years (Prices are for parts, not labor, unless specified):
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Rebuilt like half my engine ($1,200 labor):
Cylinder Head Gasket Set ($400).
Head Bolt Set ($200).
Engine Crankshaft Seal Kit ($110).
Spark Plugs ($55).
New Catalytic Converters, and Air/Fuel Sensors ($1,630 parts, $150 labor).
New Water Pump ($140 part, $470 install).
New Pirelli All Season Tires ($600). Purchased from Sam’s Club, so you should get free balancing and rotations on them for life (Not for the winter tires, though). Still have 9/32in. tread (brand new is 10/32).
New Pioneer Stereo ($600). Includes aux, usb, bluetooth, microphone, Sirius xm, CD, DVD, backup camera.
New Lower Control Arms and Ball Joints ($110 parts, $240 labor).
Newish LED lights(fog, low beam, high beam, front/rear turn signals, brake, reverse, interior) ($300).
New Steering Knuckle ($145 part, $140 labor).
Repaired Parking Brake Shoe ($35 part, $230 labor).
New Crankshaft Pulley ($210).
New Alternator ($165).
New Wheel Bearing ($50 part, $110 labor).
New Radiator, coolant ($150).
New Transmission oil pan, filter, plug, fluid ($150).
New Door Lock Actuators, for both driver’s side doors ($130).
New Battery ($120).
Fixed a minor AC leak, recharged the AC ($20 parts, $100 labor).
New Radiator Hoses ($100).
New Starter ($100).
New Windshield Wiper Transmission (driver side) ($70).
New Windshield Wiper Motor ($50).
New Thermostat ($20).
New Windshield Washer Spray Nozzle ($20).
New Mass Airflow Meter Sensor ($20).
New Spectre Air Filter ($20).
New Cabin Air Filter ($10).
New Tailgate Lifts ($10).
Extra Set of Winter Rims/Tires (4/32in. tread).
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I haven’t had time yet, but I’m planning on washing, buffing, and waxing the exterior in the next week or two. I’ll be removing the stickers at the same time (Placed on windows, they won’t leave any residue). I just detailed the interior. So you’ll have a super clean car!
---
Because I’m ridiculously honest, here’s some things that you will want to take care of in the nearish future:
Brakes are at about 25%. They still function fine, no noises, no grinding, etc.
The Winter Tires have 2, maybe 3 seasons left in them. Personally I was going to replace them after one more season. The Main set of tires is still almost new.
There is an airbag safety recall. This is free to fix, just need to make the appointment.
During excessive raining, some water gets into the trunk. Not a lot, but enough that the cloth on the wall will be damp. This is most likely due to a clogged drainage line from the sun roof. This is like a $25-$50 fix if you do it yourself, I just don’t have the time. I do have a rubber floor mat, so your belongings should remain dry, should you choose not to fix it.
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If you actually made it this far, you deserve a high-five. Let me know if you’d like to come check it out! Text is preferred. If you call, I don’t answer the phone for unknown numbers, so LEAVE A VOICEMAIL, and I’ll return your call as soon as possible.
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Thanks for your time, and good luck on your car search.
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Brandon (tw0 zero 8) 40 $ix - tw0 1 $!x se7en
Greetings, up for sale is my babied 2003 Subaru Outback, LL Bean Edition, with a V6 Engine.
---
I am able to drive this up to Utah, for full asking price, if you were willing to make a $500 non-refundable deposit through Venmo, to cover my time, gas, and a hotel. It'll take me up to a week and a half before I can make the trip.
---
There’s nothing wrong with it, I just decided it deserved a better home, as I haven’t driven it for almost a year. I drove it around town every 2 weeks, just because it’s unhealthy to not drive your car.
---
This is a snowboarder’s/skier’s dream car. It handles snow ridiculously well. Calling it AWD is inadequate. Subaru’s AWD is in a league of its own. You have to be doing something terribly wrong to lose traction in this beast. The 6 cylinder engine helps with climbing the mountain, or pulling a trailer. To top it off, it has an extra set of rims/tires just for winter! Its “main” tires are still awesome All-Season tires, so you’re still set, if you don’t feel like swapping wheels. Heater, AC, and all other components work great.
---
This car has been well maintained, and I have recently put in about $7,000 in maintenance/repairs - not caused by a collision, or anything, it was just that time, which means that you don’t need to worry about most of the big ticket repairs any time soon. Let me emphasize: my selling this car has NOTHING to do with these repairs, or any new problems - I simply don't need the car anymore. Also, these repairs were not all at once, they were over the course of the last 3 years - There was no significant "event" that caused them(aside from a few of them, that I had to do immediately upon purchasing the car, as the previous owner failed to mention it had any issues - all of which are fixed now). This car has zero mechanical issues, minor cosmetic issues, and no oil leaks - I had my mechanic take care of any tiny little leak, because I’m OCD like that. I just moved here from Idaho, and my new mechanic always comments on how smooth, and well it drives.
---
Comfort/Convenience Info:
The seats are all leather.
The front seats are both heated.
Driver seat has electronic seat adjustments.
All of the windows are power windows.
There is both a moon roof and sliding sun roof.
Upgraded all floor mats to rubber (Subaru Brand), so you don’t need to worry about getting the car muddy!
Pioneer touchscreen stereo. Includes bluetooth, Sirius XM radio, CD player, DVD player, Auxiliary input, USB input, and a backup camera. It has regular radio, too, but it gets terrible reception.
All of the speakers have been upgraded to Rockford Fosgate.
Wired for an Amp and a Subwoofer, both to the trunk. The Amp is wired to be hidden underneath the floor, by the spare tire, and the subwoofer can be concealed using the pullout cover, which is also great for shading your groceries to keep them cool. With a solid offer, I can include my subwoofer (I believe it’s a 12 inch Rockford Fosgate, non-ported box) if desired, no Amp though (You can get a pretty good one for about $150 on Amazon. I can help set it up if you need.).
Mechanical Info:
Has a full size trailer hitch/harness. This can easily tow a medium-large trailer, not just one of those dinky ones.
Wired for trailers that have their own brakes, too.
Has an extra radiator, to keep you nice and cool when towing a trailer.
It has a 3.0 liter V6 engine, which are known for their reliability. They don’t have all the head gasket issues that their 4 cylinder counterparts have.
---
Repairs/Maintenance/Upgrades in the last 3 years - Since I have hardly driven in the last year, it’s more like 2 years (Prices are for parts, not labor, unless specified):
---
Rebuilt like half my engine ($1,200 labor):
Cylinder Head Gasket Set ($400).
Head Bolt Set ($200).
Engine Crankshaft Seal Kit ($110).
Spark Plugs ($55).
New Catalytic Converters, and Air/Fuel Sensors ($1,630 parts, $150 labor).
New Water Pump ($140 part, $470 install).
New Pirelli All Season Tires ($600). Purchased from Sam’s Club, so you should get free balancing and rotations on them for life (Not for the winter tires, though). Still have 9/32in. tread (brand new is 10/32).
New Pioneer Stereo ($600). Includes aux, usb, bluetooth, microphone, Sirius xm, CD, DVD, backup camera.
New Lower Control Arms and Ball Joints ($110 parts, $240 labor).
Newish LED lights(fog, low beam, high beam, front/rear turn signals, brake, reverse, interior) ($300).
New Steering Knuckle ($145 part, $140 labor).
Repaired Parking Brake Shoe ($35 part, $230 labor).
New Crankshaft Pulley ($210).
New Alternator ($165).
New Wheel Bearing ($50 part, $110 labor).
New Radiator, coolant ($150).
New Transmission oil pan, filter, plug, fluid ($150).
New Door Lock Actuators, for both driver’s side doors ($130).
New Battery ($120).
Fixed a minor AC leak, recharged the AC ($20 parts, $100 labor).
New Radiator Hoses ($100).
New Starter ($100).
New Windshield Wiper Transmission (driver side) ($70).
New Windshield Wiper Motor ($50).
New Thermostat ($20).
New Windshield Washer Spray Nozzle ($20).
New Mass Airflow Meter Sensor ($20).
New Spectre Air Filter ($20).
New Cabin Air Filter ($10).
New Tailgate Lifts ($10).
Extra Set of Winter Rims/Tires (4/32in. tread).
---
I haven’t had time yet, but I’m planning on washing, buffing, and waxing the exterior in the next week or two. I’ll be removing the stickers at the same time (Placed on windows, they won’t leave any residue). I just detailed the interior. So you’ll have a super clean car!
---
Because I’m ridiculously honest, here’s some things that you will want to take care of in the nearish future:
Brakes are at about 25%. They still function fine, no noises, no grinding, etc.
The Winter Tires have 2, maybe 3 seasons left in them. Personally I was going to replace them after one more season. The Main set of tires is still almost new.
There is an airbag safety recall. This is free to fix, just need to make the appointment.
During excessive raining, some water gets into the trunk. Not a lot, but enough that the cloth on the wall will be damp. This is most likely due to a clogged drainage line from the sun roof. This is like a $25-$50 fix if you do it yourself, I just don’t have the time. I do have a rubber floor mat, so your belongings should remain dry, should you choose not to fix it.
---
If you actually made it this far, you deserve a high-five. Let me know if you’d like to come check it out! Text is preferred. If you call, I don’t answer the phone for unknown numbers, so LEAVE A VOICEMAIL, and I’ll return your call as soon as possible.
---
Thanks for your time, and good luck on your car search.
---
Brandon (tw0 zero 8) 40 $ix - tw0 1 $!x se7en

Specifications

  • Year: 2003  
  • Make: Subaru  
  • Model: Legacy  
  • Trim: Not Specified  
  • Body: Wagon  
  • Mileage: 190,000  
  • VIN: 4S3BH806537625445  
  • Title Type: Clean Title  
  • Exterior Color: Black  
  • Interior Color: Beige  
  • Transmission: Automatic  
  • Liters: 3.0L  
  • Cylinders: 6  
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline  
  • Number of Doors: 5  
  • Exterior Condition: Good  
  • Interior Condition: Very Good  
  • Drive Type: AWD  
  • Ad Number 6705412
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  • Favorite of 3 People
  • Member Since Sep 2011

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