warranty repair information
It's been 2 years now since I traded my 2014 Mustang GT for my current 2018 Subaru Crosstrek. Although I really like and enjoy the Crosstrek, I find myself really missing the GT. In order to maybe ease my yearning, I am trying to find out if the buyer of that GT had problems with it. Internet records show 2 warranties claimed during 2019, one being for rust and one being for "drivetrain". Is there any FREE way to determine the nature of the drivetrain issue with that car?
About 2 weeks prior to the trade I cranked the engine one afternoon at which time there was a rather loud tick (first occurrence in 50K miles). The tick had stopped by the time I arrived back home (24 miles). I was totally spooked which drove me to trade 2 weeks later. The car had other annoying issues such as squawking front LCA bushings, a radio that wouldn't stay on station and an annoying exhaust drone. Those were indeed somewhat annoying but not justification to dump the car.
Let me know if I can find out its specific drivetrain issue so I can either keep kicking myself for getting rid of it or be thankful that I did.
BTW the VIN is 1ZVBP8CFXE5332554.
2018 Subaru Crosstrek Premium CVT
(traded my 2014 GT Premium automatic on 19 August 2017)
Last edited by Okie Hick; 4 Weeks Ago at 03:36 PM.