2008 Subaru OutbackLinder - Kansas City, KS02/20/2012
I've wanted an Outback for quite some time, but still felt I owed it to myself to objectively try other SUV's and crossovers during my search. In the end the Outback still came out on top. After 2 months, a trip from KC to Denver and another from KC to Chicago, I am very happy about this purchase. The car is a very comfortable drive and in my opinion is a great balance between size and cargo space. Fuel efficiency is a little less than ideal but for a car this size it's not bad at all. Turning radius is great, highway noise going 60mph and above is dramatically less than other large vehicles and I love the AWD, perfect for a road trip to Anchorage! This baby was made for snow. In short it's an extremely efficient and sensible car made for any driving conditions, and will surely be the first of many Subaru's in my life!
Frankly, it is a superior iteration of Subaru's automotive eminence. Safe, dependable, stylish, it provides ample room, tremendous safety features--and is stunningly sure footed. In our mountain winters, two things move in snow and ice: Subarus and the Snow Plow. The Subarus lead the plow down the mountain, in variably.
Reliable and worth every penny!
2011 Subaru OutbackAubrey Barnett - Oklahoma City, OK12/01/2015
Handles well in all weather conditions and all types of terrain as well as great gas mileage (average of 25mpg mostly highway). Reliable, low cabin noise and has more than enough space inside for passengers and cargo. Quality of the vehicle is spectacular. Comfortable leather seats and seat warmers.
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