Incredible amount of room, especially in the back seats. Highway MPG. 2.5 engine has plenty of power, even for passing and cruising on mountain climbs (I travel over the Blue Ridge Mountains constantly). Smooth ride, even on 14-hour trips. Climate controls easy to use and system is effective in maintaining comfort. Hardon sound system has great acoustics. Seats very comfortable, but might be a bit short for long-thighed drivers. Leather seats much more comfortable than the cloth ones. No body rattling. Overall, a pleasure to drive, and it gets lots of compliments from friends.
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.
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.
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