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.
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!
Fuel efficient, road hugging, spacious, nice amenities and very comfortable. With its 6-speed switchable automatic/manual transmission its at home on the highway as on two lane windey mountain roads -- a real pleasure to drive; I thought I would miss the 5-speed of my Scion xA but the steering wheel mounted paddle shifters fill in just fine. My driving is 50/50 Interstate and surface and my Outback consistently gets around 30mpg. With the rear seats lowered it has more cargo area than my son's Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The Subaru Outback is popular with our customers, and we've sold more than 10,000 of these versatile wagons. In this Subaru Outback review, we take a look at some of the Outback's capabilities, both on and off the road!
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