Excellent vehicle for the price. Rated number #1 in safety.
2014 Subaru OutbackJ. - Baltimore, MD03/03/2015
If you are the "on the go" type of person, then there is no stopping you. The Outback performs it's best in snow. With a feel and look of a luxury cross over. Plenty of back seat space and leg room. Ample trunk space and more when seats fold down. Number one in safety. Use regular gas. Back up camera and satellite radio. Worth a look.
Not a big fan of Subaru
2007 Subaru OutbackE - Wilmington, NC07/11/2014
I have had lots of trouble with this car. For one thing, I was not aware the ALL Subarus have a tire issue. If ONE of your tires goes bad (worn on one side, hole in it, etc) you have to replace all FOUR due to the Symmetrical AWD. Also this AWD burns more gas and wears your tires out more quickly than a 2 wheel drive car. I recently spent $4000 on a new transmission and timing belt at mileage 90,000. I have had electrical issues also.
Great all-arounder for Colorado residents
2005 Subaru OutbackHarley - Aurora, CO09/30/2014
Decent fuel mileage, for a full-time AWD vehicle. Fits our dogs, and all of our stuff. The turbocharger yields great power at high altitudes, which is wonderful in Colorado; we always have the power to pass vehicles, and accelerate out of sticky situations. Interior has aged well, and engine seems rock-solid.
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