2011 Subaru Outbackmichael whiteside - big bear city, CA01/17/2017
great awd for big bear. but it blew both head gaskets on the fifth day I had it when I drove up the mountain, but carmax took excellent care,and fix every thing at no cost to me.
2013 Subaru OutbackJohn Meister - Daniel, WY05/04/2017
This car got me through one of the worst winters in Western Wyoming in history. We had a lot of snow. This car handles fantastic on slick roads. I never got stuck. It also rides like a luxury car. I have the 3.6 L. With the six cylinder engine. The car is also loaded with options.
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.
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