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To New Car or To Not New Car
So, I currently drive a 1996 Subaru Legacy Outback. He has nearly 200,000 miles and I do love him dearly. However, it is getting to the point where I'm not sure it is worth it to continue to pay for repairs and replacement parts instead of just getting a new car.
I had to replace the alternator last year and just bought new tires. I know he leaks oil and was told by my mechanic that I need a new front left cv axel and new rear breaks. In addition, the transmission is a little wonky and I know it needs some work.
Two questions for you all:
1) Do I say F-it and just buy a new (or at least less-old) car?
2) How the hell do I go about figuring out what car to buy?!?!?
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