Interior space is excellent and you can't beat the AWD. Comfortable seating all around and plenty of space for all your stuff. I am 6'4", my boys are growing fast, and everyone is comfortable in this car. Reclining rear seats. Even with the driver seat all the way back, my boys have plenty of room. This is our second Subaru Outback and we will have another after this one is done.
The AWD goes great in any weather condition, that's why I got it. And it gets great mpg at around 33mpg. Smooth riding car and can switch to paddle shifters any time and really comes in handy driving in the snow, can control what gear its in so I can slow the vehicle down by downshifting instead of hitting the brakes and risk sliding. Overall I don't think you can beat this car for the price, especially if it lasts a long as older subarus do.
Great AWD Sports Car At a Great Price!
2015 Subaru WRXMatt Duff - Cedar Rapids, IA06/24/2015
The car handles like a dream, has power to spare, and has an improved interior over prior years. Additionally, unlike any other cars in it's price class, it is a nimble AWD machine that will run just as happily on the snow, wet, and dry. If you are looking for a true performance machine for not a lot of dough, this is a true driver's dream. Additionally unlike a number of cars in its performance class, you can comfortably seat 4 full sized adults and with the full fold down rear seats it provides more than expected hauling capacity. It isn't quite a truck replacement, like the back end of a GTI (or other hot hatch), but it's quite versatile nonetheless.
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