Used 2009 Subaru Outback Consumer Discussions | Edmunds
Select a different vehicle  
Recently Viewed
There are no recently viewed vehicles to display

2009 Subaru Outback Consumer Discussions

2009 Subaru Outback
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...

The last time I shopped Subaru Outbacks (2009) the base model did not have a limited-slip rear differential but the "Limited" model did. I did not buy it, but got a good deal on a Jeep inst...

Hi. I plan on replacing my 2005 Subaru Outback XT later this fall. I am looking for an SUV and currently considering the Tribeca, the Toyota Highlander and the Veracruz. Some drawbacks of the Tribeca:...

I have heard that all new Outbacks for 2009 will feature VDC (traction/stability control) as standard equipment. I'm wondering if this will make a difference to the AWD systems offered - does anyone ...

Can someone explain "Sport" mode in the 2009 Outbacks? My 2000 Outback gears were "drive-3-2-1" and that made sense to me. "Sport" does not seem to correspond to 3, and I...

Have pinched nerve in neck...the position of the 09 Outback headrest means I am in pain with every trip.......

I was looking into replacing my 2002 Outback LL Bean with a 2008 Tribeca, which I absolutely love, but the one thing that I'm struggling with is the gas mileage on the Tribeca. The Outback is not grea...

Our 6th Subaru and 3rd Outback. 2009 Quartz Silver Metallic Outback SE....

Would you be able to provide me with leasing price information on the Subaru Outback 2009 premium all-weather pkg. for the NY metropolitan area (more specifically, Long Island)? This is what I need g...

2009 Outback 2.5i Model 9DB (automatic) has an invoice price of $22,627 (including destination fee)....

My 2009 Outback started hesitating with engine lights flickering a few weeks ago. Now it has quit with an "Err HC" code on the odometer. An Advance Auto diagnostic read something to do with...

The Outback doesn't feel THAT roomy. Both seat 5. I think the new Impreza has adequate room, the Forester a bit more than adequate, the Outback a bit more than adequate. Size medium, medium plus, and ...

I agree that VDC will be an option to look for in your Subaru. 2008 was the first year that the Outback began offering this as an option on non-H6 models. In 2009, it was standard. I owned a 2008 w...

sales success with its new 2010 Legacy and Outback models, was the only full-line manufacturer to post a sales increase in 2008 and continues to be one of the few to do so for 2009, posting an all-ti...
SPONSORED CONTENT
Edmunds Insurance Estimator

The Edmunds TCO® insurance data for this vehicle coming soon...

For an accurate quote, contact our trusted partner on the right.

Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) is a category of used car. Often late-model vehicles, they have been inspected, refurbished, if necessary, and are under warranty by the manufacturer.
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Compare upfront prices, lock in the best deal, and bring your certificate to the dealer for a no-haggle purchase.