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I read that there will be 3 different types of AWD systems in the 2013 Outback (I think the 2012s, and maybe older Outbacks, have these 3 types as well, but I am not sure). Is one better than the oth...

I thought I had posted this before but can't find it now. My wife has a 2013 Outback, 2.5/CVT and the transmission is "different" feeling than my 2010 Legacy was. The 2010 CVT was brand new,...

I have a 2013 Outback that has since new chugged and has had a feeling of not going smoothly through the gears up to around 30 mph (mainly around 20-25 mph). Since it occurs intermittently the first t...

My 2013 Subaru outback four-cylinder is burning 2/3 of a quart of oil per 1000 miles. It is not leaking anywhere so I know it is burning the oil. The dealership says I need to replace the engine, I'm ...

Hi everyone. Please use the following discussion to post any questions that you have about leasing a Subaru Outback. Thanks....

I am semi-patiently waiting for the 2013's. They are supposed to be available late June but who knows. A couple ignorant questions;...

Thanks for reading - I have a 2013 Outback with approx 40k miles. There is a 2008 outback 68k miles that I was looking at. I can afford my 2013 car payments but I'd really like to save some money. I'l...

Looking at purchasing a used 2013 Outback (premium/automatic). Listing price at dealership is approximately $22,900 with under 10,000 miles in Chicago area. It is listed as a formal rental car from ou...

I'm wondering if anyone has seen, or has experience with any aftermarket power tailgate for the Outback? My wife has a 2013 Limited that we both like but age is catching up with her and its getting ha...

I am currently looking at a 2013 Outback and a 2013 SportWagen TDI....

Well, two days ago I said my final farewell to my dear 14+ year old Outback. It served me and my daughter well, but it was time. Once the prior lease title clears, Emily will be driving a CPO 2013 H...

I own a 2015 Outback, and previously had a 2013 outback, which I traded in. I am a VERY high mileage driver, and I think, very well qualified to comment on the performance of these cars. The estimated...

no bows but I did buy a car this year .. the Outback was having quite a few problems that were electrically related .. figured I got my 15 years out of it! ended up buying a 2013 Honda CR-V with all ...

It really depends on what you're looking for. We test drove both the Outback 2.5i and the 3.6R for my wife's next car and she found the engine in the 2.5i to be lacking. Granted, we live at altitude i...
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