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With that much windshield time a year, you are going to want to test drive whatever you are thinking of with an eye towards comfort. While trim level might not be something you want to pay for as it relates to the radio for example, but *comfort* at 25K a year is something you do want to pay attention to. You might want the cushier seats starting out, road noise is somewhat reduce by higher trim levels at times, and what might not be loud right now might get really freaking annoying at 23K next year, etc.

I agree. One can always rent a car for a few days before buying to be sure the car feels comfortable while driving. Personally, I've found Subarus to be a bit cramped due to my height.

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