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reliable and comfortable wagon diesel for FL

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I own a 2007 Toyota Avalon and like its reliability, comfort, features and mpg.
A bit smaller than Avalon would be O,K.

Priorities: Safety & braking / Front seat support & comfort / Reliability & durability

Preferred Bodystyle(s): Wagon

Car Needs: Long trips

Primary Driver(s): Senior driver

Need minimum of 4 seats

Will consider both new and used cars
Maximum mileage: 15
Maximum age: 2 years

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Response from 052516sm

9:17 am February 15, 2016

I too am retired. Purchased 2011 Subaru Outback wagon (new). Now has 49K trouble-free miles. Very comfortable and safe, along with decent mileage (23 city/29 highway on regular gas). Take approx. 8-to-10 600 mile round trips per year to visit family and friends. Seats are very comfortable and ride is very secure. Would highly recommend.


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Subaru Outback

Response from mkaresh

2:19 pm February 17, 2016

It's not really possible to get a highly reliable diesel wagon, since all of them are German.

I agree with the above that your best bet is probably the Subaru Outback.

You might also like the Acura TSX, as long as it is large enough inside for your needs.

Finally, the closeat Toyota has offered to a Camry wagon is the Venza.


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Acura TSX
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Response from NormT

8:42 am July 26, 2017

I really like the 2016 Buick Envision Premium 2.0T used for around $30,000. It elevated but not too tall providing good visibilty. It has all the luxury features available in the Premium ll but for $10,000 less than a Lexus NX. And Car & Driver had the noise measured at a lower decibel rating in the Envision than the Lexus RX.


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