This is my third Outback Limited. I transport dogs for a Golden Retriever rescue organization. The sunroof, leather seats, AWD, and interior/cargo room make it ideal for that purpose. I am getting great gas mileage for an SUV. The ride is comfortable and fairly quiet. My only two complaints are minor...the headrest has an uncomfortable tilt for someone who is short and the panel with the clock is difficult to read during the day. The Outback is fun to drive and looks good too.
The reason I bought this car is because for the amount of space you get, you're still not spending unreasonable amounts of cash on gas.
It has great gas mileage. Tons of storage. All seats (including the back seats) recline. Which is helpful for long road trips. It's got great handling good ground clearance and plenty of head space for the cowboys out there that like to keep their hats on. The all wheel drive and smart traction control allows for safe handling in the snow, rain, and other adverse weather conditions. All around it's a great vehicle that you can still drive in the city and parallel park without hassle.
Have never owned a more solid car that was made so well. Bought it with 33000 miles and it felt like a new car. Went on vacation in the mountains and the 2.5 4 cylinder had plenty of power. Never had a car made with so many "common sense" features. Love it!
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