The Subaru SVX Is the Weirdest Subaru Ever Kostenloser MP3-Download

  • Published on Feb 5, 2019

  • GO READ MY COLUMN! http://autotradr.co/Oversteer The Subaru SVX is the weirdest Subaru ever. Today I'm reviewing the Subaru SVX to show you why it's so weird -- and I'm showing you all the ins and outs of the SVX. FOLLOW ME! Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ddemuro Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dougdemuro Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/dougdemuro DOUGSCORE CHART: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/...
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  • Lefteris Gaming
    Lefteris Gaming 7 months ago

    Doug the type of guy to yell ding ding at people when his bike bell doesn't work.

  • M C Taylor
    M C Taylor 3 months ago

    When Doug was on a first date, he would say to the girl: "I'm going to kiss you. Then, I'm going to give you a Doug-Score."

  • Frank T
    Frank T 7 months ago

    It's funny how you speak of the "weird windows" but don't open them while driving. The purpose was to be able to roll the window at speed with no air turbulence in the car. I could smoke with the window down and no air blew around the inside. Very quiet with the window down.

  • Jason SandFo
    Jason SandFo 7 months ago

    Doug is the type of guy who pulls his sock up to his knees when wearing shorts.

  • Steve Arnold
    Steve Arnold 4 months ago

    I used to work at a Subaru dealership back in 1992 and absolutely loved the SVX. I was a salesman and always looked forward to taking customers out for a test drive in one. Great performance.

  • AutoAgitator
    AutoAgitator 7 months ago

    Windows have been mentioned so many time here Bill Gates subscribed to this channel.

  • Ruedi Mueller
    Ruedi Mueller 7 months ago

    I drive a 1992 SVX, which is great especialy here Switzerland at winter time.

  • Mihai Petre
    Mihai Petre 4 months ago

    Gliding belts or Airbag?

  • jakethreesixty
    jakethreesixty 1 month ago

    I always wondered if the high failure rate of SVX transmissions was because dumb-dumbs thought the manual button allowed them to shift

  • K I N G B A B Y
    K I N G B A B Y 2 days ago

    This car is proof that there is significant drug abuse going on within the Subaru R&D department.

  • Josh Bacon
    Josh Bacon 7 months ago

    Doug, the type of guy to set Internet Explorer as his default browser.

  • Abusequalsintake
    Abusequalsintake 7 months ago

    That car would look so much better with Citroen badges.

  • Gigahurts
    Gigahurts 7 months ago

    Subaru XT-6 was the first 6 cylinder car they made @Doug DeMuro

  • Brian Sands
    Brian Sands 2 weeks ago

    This car always fascinated me. I know where a pristine example of one can be found close to where I live. I love seeing it out in the drive on fine days when its owner is caring for it. It is the weird 1990's dark green/blue color of that era. Were it ever to come up for sale, I'd purchase it without hesitation. I would use it exactly for what it was intended for. Touring. I imagine taking long, laid back cruises to places with gorgeous views which I would observe through its fantastic, iconic, unusual windows.

  • TwisT
    TwisT 4 days ago (edited)

    I will be sad until the day I own one of these.

  • Time Lapses
    Time Lapses 7 months ago

    Doug the type of guy to say please and thank you to Alexa.

  • splintercell323
    splintercell323 3 days ago

    The weirdest thing about this video is how uncharacteristically soft-spoken he was at the beginning.

  • Jonas Bauch
    Jonas Bauch 4 days ago (edited)

    Subaru Germany Ad during the video. Nice 😂

  • Rob Bob
    Rob Bob 7 months ago

    I had a mullet in 92 ,and 86 mustang gt ,ahhh good times.

  • 11impervious
    11impervious 7 months ago

    Wow. I had a fetish for this car in the worst way. In 1992 I was a flyer in the Navy stationed at Patuxent River, MD. I went to the Subaru dealer in Waldorf, MD, and came damn close to buying a car identical to the one you reviewed. Here’s where my memory gets a little scary. I hunk the color was called Dark Claret Metallic. My salesperson was Lucille S. She was from South Africa and had a sign at her desk that said every day the slowest gazelle had to run faster than the fastest lion, but the slowest lion had to run faster than the slowest gazelle. My price was $25165. I took the car for an overnite test drive but wound up returning it shortly after taking it out. It was amazingly smooth and quiet, and seemed to launch with limitless torque (for 1992). Alas I didn’t buy it because I really wanted a manual, the sunroof wasn’t glass (in a car with so much glass), and it cost over $25k, which was a ton for me in those days. I ended up buying an Acura Integra GS-R and to this day I still remember the VIN! But I still have a soft spot for the SVX and wish I’d bought it. Years later I test drove a used one, pearl white, in Tyson’s Corner, VA, and the owners manual in the glove box said the car originally belonged to ‘James Bond’ from Waldorf, MD. And believe it or not, there were a few non-standard buttons installed that we didn’t know what they did. I swear this is true, and I didn’t buy that one either because the salesperson was a jerk. Anyway, thanks for reviewing this unusual and usually-forgotten (but not by me) car!