2003 SUBARU OUTBACK
This fully loaded H6 AWD Outback drives so smoothly like new even at 192,000 miles! Will considering buying Subaru in the future.
2007 SUBARU OUTBACK
Buying a used car? They can overfill with oil. AWD vehicle? read up on tire size and differential problems. You'll never know until it's too late. Even CARFAX doesn't get all the fixit shop reports which is a shame, because you might really know when that timing belt was last changed instead of an expensive guess.
1996 SUBARU OUTBACK
Amazing car picked it up with 180k miles and even with the things it needs I wouldn't want another car. The car drives like a champ has let me down once when the fuel pump died on me but it was an easy repair to do by myself and took about an hour. I would recommend a Subaru to anyone. I have put 5k miles.on it in the last month and a half and it still runs like a champ. The issues it has are it needs brakes and will need a clutch, as well as a shift linkage replacement all of the which are common things on cars with a manual transmission but it hasn't had any major issues that I have found. Do yourself a favor and really consider a Subaru.
by SUPARU OUTBACK
2002 SUBARU OUTBACK
Awesome Car! Smooth on the highway, quiet, and has plenty of power. Everything on the example I bought works, and I really like the dark green paint. The only downside to the car is the gas mileage, but I knew that going in. Haven't needed the AWD yet, so I can't comment on that. But so far, so great!
1998 SUBARU OUTBACK
I need a AWD vehicle. Plus I wanted the storage in the back. I love the leather seats. I would buy this over and over. Good on gas as well.
2004 SUBARU OUTBACK
I have wanted a Subaru Outback for more than 30 years. I have only had it for a few weeks, so am still learning about it. I love driving it! I gave it four stars instead of five because of the steering wheel. Even at it's highest point, it still is a "knee breaker" as I have seen other commentators say. Otherwise it is a great car. The windows are large and I love the big square side mirrors. They make it so easy to see everything on all sides...very handy when driving I95.
by Happy Lady
2008 SUBARU OUTBACK
I wanted a 4 wheel drive type vehicle, with decent gas mileage, with some room to haul stuff. It's my daily car, great climate control, heated seats, great stereo, and a comfortable ride. I got the 6 cylinder and it is pretty quick when necessary. My only advice is to get service records if you can for any used car you may buy.
by Jon Nuner
2003 SUBARU OUTBACK
I only buy Subaru's anymore. The get awesome gas mileage with AWD. I never get stuck and find them 100 percent reliable. I use it for everyday use and traveling.Best cars I have ever driven.
by Thomas- Dauberman
Used Subaru Outback Information
In 1994, Japanese auto manufacturer Subaru launched the Outback as an extension of their two other successful vehicle lines'the Subaru Legacy sedan and the Subaru Impreza wagon. The Subaru Outback was positioned as more rugged and was appropriately named for the expansive desert region of Australia, so it makes sense that the vehicle's defining features include a higher suspension, added protection to the lower-body trim, as well as standard all-wheel drive. With the Outback, you're getting a car that's built for family adventures on or off the beaten path.
Outdoor enthusiasts will especially appreciate the Subaru Outback because it delivers off-road performance while maintaining high levels of safety and comfort. This sport wagon is also versatile, providing plenty of room for 5 people and all of their cargo. Many models come with roof rack capabilities that can support a canoe or luggage carrier for longer trips. Newer models have upgraded technology and amenities, including navigation systems as well as convenient 12-volt charging outlets in the center console and glove box.
As if the features and benefits of the Subaru Outback weren't enough to sway your decision, it has won its fair share of industry awards too. Safety has always been a selling point for the Subaru Outback, with the 2014 Outback being named a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Prior model years received the highest IIHS ratings across nearly every category too. Value-conscious shoppers may look towards the 2012 model year Outback, as it was named best resale value in its class by Kelley Blue Book.