having put 130,000 miles on my outback,
i have only positive things to say. i
never had a problem with the engine or
electronics in four years. the only
money i've put into the car is tires
and brakes, oil changes, regular
maintenance, and a head gasket. i
would have to say this car gives you
the impression that it is
indestructable, you can load it up with
hundreds of pounds of heavy equiptment,
or open it up on a gravel road and
experience the rally car feel of the
impressive AWD system. i had a jeep
wrangler before this, i honestly think
that the outback was better in the snow
and adverse weather conditions.
The AWD system and engine durability
are the best features. Second would be
the interior space!!
The cupholder is in the worst place
ever, engine could use more power,
always more power!
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