2003 outback wagon with heated seats, mirros, winshield, hatch back glass. What is that package called and how much does it increase resale values from basic wagon. Than ks

Asked by Jun 02, 2013 at 08:48 PM about the 2003 Subaru Outback

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I totaled my 2003 Subaru legacy outback wagon 2.5 with upgraded radio cd, has heated seats, mirrors, windshield and hatch back glass. [ In Colorado we call it the mountain package but I don't think Subaru calls it that.]  It has cloth seats [dogs on board] not leather.  The insurance company has offered the base wagon price but it is my understanding that this is a limited. Please help. Thanks Holli  I do

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try this site. http://www.cars101.com/subaru/outback/outback2003.html#03new

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Thank you, this was very helpful. The current correct term is "All Weather Package". In Colorado it is frequently referred to as the Cold Weather Package or Mountain Package. Incidentally, Colorado is the largest Subaru market in the world, according to my Subaru salewoman. She has literally sold thousands of them. I have been purchasing from Mary Lynn, at the Golden, Colorado Subaru dealership since 2000. She is a straight shooter and gives a great deal. Thanks

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