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2009 Subaru
Outback

$10,998* 99K miles
CarMax Newport News
$149 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
$149 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
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Location: CarMax Newport News in Newport News, Virginia 23608
Description: Used 2009 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited for sale - $10,998, 99,058 miles with Full Roof Rack, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, Panoramic Sunroof, Harman Kardon Sound, Front Seat Heaters
Transmission: Automatic Color:Green Interior Color: Tan Average Vehicle Review: (4.417 reviews) My first Outback '97 had 140k now my second has 109k and I'm sure there will be a third. I researched all 4wd/AWD vehicles and there were and still are none that offer so much for the money. I LOVE the gas mileage I get w/the 2.5 liter engine - the most was 32 mpg hwy and my car is loaded moon roof etc. I also love the heated seats, reliability, side airbags, huge moon roof, security system, 6 CD stereo system - well I might as well say I love everything about it. I don't have kids so I just haul myself and luggage or camping gear. I did fit an entire twin bed in the back - mattress, box spring, frame and headboard with room left for driver and passenger. The ride and handling are exceptionally smooth because the two models I have had were built more like a car - prior to the redesign. I'm nervous about the newer redesigned one because I've heard a lot about it feeling more like a truck or SUV. Well if the redesign is not to my liking I'll buy a used model prior to 2010.

Reviews for 2009 Subaru Outback

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(12 reviews)

2nd Subaru and there will be a 3rd!

My first Outback '97 had 140k now my second has 109k and I'm sure there will be a third. I researched all 4wd/AWD vehicles and there were and still are none that offer so much for the money. I LOVE the gas mileage I get w/the 2.5 liter engine - the most was 32 mpg hwy and my car is loaded moon roof etc. I also love the heated seats, reliability, side airbags, huge moon roof, security system, 6 CD stereo system - well I might as well say I love everything about it. I don't have kids so I just haul myself and luggage or camping gear. I did fit an entire twin bed in the back - mattress, box spring, frame and headboard with room left for driver and passenger. The ride and handling are exceptionally smooth because the two models I have had were built more like a car - prior to the redesign. I'm nervous about the newer redesigned one because I've heard a lot about it feeling more like a truck or SUV. Well if the redesign is not to my liking I'll buy a used model prior to 2010.

- Chriscat, 2009 Subaru Outback

You never forget your...THIRD

I didn't want to become known as 'one of those' Subie owners, so test drove every comparable car, new and used, prior to purchasing my third Subaru. I am so pleased with the upgrades that Subaru made to this model (I previously owned a '96,'97). This is the first model I've owned with the boxer engine, which is snappy for on ramp accelerations, yet also fuel efficient. Averaging 24-25 MPG on recent road trips. The tight turning radius makes this car a pleasure to park, or do a quick U-turn. The car performs well on 87 octane gas, which helps with today's fuel pump prices.My car has a moon-roof feature, which goes all the way to the back seat - LOVE IT - all the benefits of a convertible on a sunny SoCal day. Though I don't have to battle inclement weather here, I still appreciate the steadiness of the AWD when heading to slick roads in the mountains, or ungraded dirt roads out in the desert, or even at the local beach campground. The comfort rates a 4 because I am still getting accustomed to the tighter quarters in the front seat area, which seem more snug than my earlier model (though the 2012s are much larger again). The front seats seem a little stiffer than my old car, but they were pretty well worn. The cars' styling is as nice as the Volvo or BMW 5-doors. If you've owned a Subaru before, don't torture yourself, just get another one. If you've never owned one, beware, you'll never go back. I love that the company has a mission driven arm called "Leave No Trace," that helps get kids out into the wilderness. Maybe they are cultivating the next generation of Subie drivers, but I love a company with a mission beyond simply making profits. I love my Subaru...

- Subie Nut, 2009 Subaru Outback

Outback 3.0

After several weeks of searching on-line for a 6-cylinder Outback, one popped up on CarMax. My on-line inquiry got a quick response from a nearby saleswoman, and she was very helpful thru the whole process. I had to wait a couple weeks to get it transported from Nebraska here to River City, but it was worth the rate. Except for a warning in the owner's manual about using regular gas, everything about this little AWD wagon is fine. It does 'run better' on mid-grade than regular so that's what I've been putting in it. For the past several years I've been driving a Dakota 4WD that got about 10 MPG in town and 18 on the road, so the Outback's 22 in town and 28 on the road impress me the most. I wanted the AWD to get me out of my neighborhood when it snows, but driving it for a thousand miles in rain and shine shows me that the little car is extremely well balanced, and never feels like the back end wants to whip around to the front like an un-loaded pickup or other smaller car. My impression about the 4-cylinder Outbacks is they sound like sewing machines and aren't very peppy. I'm glad I held out for a 3.0 6-cylinder engine, is plenty quick, doesn't make that throaty growl like the Dakota when accelerating up an on-ramp, but I'd rather retire (in a couple of years) with a higher-mileage vehicle and the 3.0 engine is a good compromise for me. There's nothing I don't like about it, and I look forward to putting a couple hundred thousand miles on it.

- G, 2009 Subaru Outback

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