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Customer Review Summary for 2006 Subaru Outback
Fit for a small man
2006 Subaru OutbackDriver - new mexico08/29/2011
If your over 6'4" look for a different car. I am 6'5 and the only negative comment is that the car does not provide enough leg room to drive with any degree of comfort. On the plus side, the overall fule economy of the car exceeds the listed epa estimate.
It handles very well in every type of road condition and for someone who is shorter than I am this would be a great auto.
My 2006 Subaru Outback 2.5I 5 spd manual has the best blend of utility, sporty handling, and efficiency of any car I�ve ever driven. Normally the car gets between 26 and 27 mpg. On highway trips it exceeds 30 mpg. We can take our family of four and the dog on weekend vacations and have plenty of room for everyone. On the road my Outback handles like a well manner sedan and can stop on a dime. Touring twisty mountain roads in this car is a joy. I�ve driven my Outback through snow more than a foot deep with out getting stuck. We've explored miles of Virginia National Forest on rough logging trails in the Outback. It�s crossed muddy creeks and cow pastures. The roof rails are great for carrying bikes, skis, and canoes. When our current Outback is ready for replacement, I�m certain we'll buy another Subaru Outback
I love how the vehicle rides, it's performance, it's handling, it's mileage, and almost everything else about it (the base stereo is kinda disappointing having no AUX in). If it weren't for constant minor front-end alignment problems and a pair of bad oil leaks, I'd have given her a full five stars.
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