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I have a 2006 Subaru Outback with about 31,000 miles on it. on 2006 Subaru Outback

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The warranty has expired. Does anyone recommend buying an extended warranty for this car with this low mileage? Thanks!
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Forget it, just that one of the two engines is more prone to leaks and repair needs ect. That is all! It is good info. to give with a question about a car!!
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I personally do not endorse warranty companys. Should you decide to purchace one you should research the company before you buy one. Many companies that sell warranties are are very difficult to deal with and the devil is in the details and in their case the small print of the policy.
You need to understand that you will be paying for any repairs if you pass on the extra warranty. You can buy the warranty and all you will have paid for is piece of mind and you will know exactly what it will cost up front. I have owned Subaru s since 1978 and love them. But there is a lot to be said for piece of mind