2013 Subaru Outback Consumer Review: Love the eyesight
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Love the eyesight
By jonaki on

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2013 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

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I bought my subaru from Gillman Subaru San Antonio, Texas. Austin, Tx dealers are hard to negotiate.
I read about the eyesight technology in 2013 outback. This tech provides adaptive cruise control, safety against impacts, lane departure warning, etc. Unfortunately, this feature comes with a package with moonroof and navigation. The whole package and some other accessories brought the MSRP to about 34.5K. Offered 29.3K which was accepted by Gillman.
Really enjoying the car, especially the eyesight features.

Best Features

Nice leather, puddle light, eyesight, backup camera, bluetooth.

Worst Features

Should have blind spot detection.
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By dougui
on 08/12/13 16:07 PM (UTC)

jonaki, Would you please confirm what was included with your car besides the 2.5 limited with eyesight package? 29.3 is a very good price, I'm in the process of negotiating a 2014 and we are much higher than what you paid if this was correct.

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