2017 Subaru Outback
2,600 Miles
$31,950

Cheyenne, WY
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2017 Subaru Outback
4,119 Miles
$27,950

Cheyenne, WY
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2014 Subaru Outback
24,044 Miles
$25,400

Boise, ID
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2017 Subaru Outback
12,004 Miles
$25,600

Boise, ID
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2017 Subaru Outback
12,302 Miles
$25,600

Boise, ID
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2016 Subaru Outback
20,121 Miles
$23,900

Boise, ID
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2015 Subaru Outback
30,167 Miles
$23,500

Boise, ID
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2017 Subaru Outback
2,935 Miles
$24,900

Boise, ID
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2017 Subaru Outback
14,496 Miles
$25,600

Boise, ID
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2017 Subaru Outback
8,310 Miles
$25,600

Boise, ID
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2016 Subaru Outback
23,726 Miles
$24,300

Boise, ID
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2017 Subaru Outback
7,159 Miles
$25,600

Boise, ID
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2015 Subaru Outback
39,579 Miles
$23,987

Eugene, OR
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2015 Subaru Outback
37,996 Miles
$23,485

Eugene, OR
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2016 Subaru Outback
37,771 Miles
$22,988

Eugene, OR
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2015 Subaru Outback
38,299 Miles
$23,990

Eugene, OR
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2015 Subaru Outback
98,612 Miles
$16,995

Sioux Falls, SD
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2017 Subaru Outback
2,095 Miles
$29,997

Omaha, NE
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2015 Subaru Outback
43,451 Miles
$21,992

Bloomington, IL
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2014 Subaru Outback
64,066 Miles
$17,888

Elgin, IL
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Subaru Outback Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.3
87 Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.2
Performance
3.8
Style
3.8
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.7
Reliability
4.0

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2001 Subaru Outback - Dependable Vehicle For Cold Weather Climates

Rich
Lecompton, Kansas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
We own a 2001 Subaru Outback that we purchased 3 years ago. We did so on recommendation from my mother who has owned two Subaru's previously. It has been a very dependable vehicle for me and my family. It has leather seats which are auto adjustable, which is a very welcome feature for myself as I have back pain from time to time. We absolutely love how it handles in snow and bad weather. Living in an area where we typically get snow and ice during the winter months, it has made getting around so much less stressful, which just wasn't the case with our cars previously. Regarding everything else about the vehicle, there are some things that we haven't been completely pleased with. This was purchased used, and is by no means a newer vehicle, so there have been some exhaust issues, and als... (more)
Story
When waking up to a big overnight snowstorm, we had it parked in our shed. We live in the country, and the distance from just our shed to the country road is quite a ways. We had around a foot of snow, and right in front of the shed it had drifted very high, around 3 to 4 feet. I'd already experienced and seen how it could perform in snow, so just sat right down, started her up, and plowed rig... (more)
Pros
The pros for our 2001 Subaru Outback would start with it's handling in bad weather, particularly snow, that is our favorite feature. Also, we love the trunk space and the ease of loading and unloading that it provides. The seating space inside the vehicle is also nice and roomy. It drives very smoothly as well.
Cons
The fuel economy is not the best on it, but somewhat to be expected with a 6 cylinder. We have had issues with the exhaust system on ours, so that may be something to pay attention to. It doesn't seem to have great get up and go also, but that could also be attributed to it being a little older vehicle.

2008 Subaru Outback - I do love my Subaru

AQSW
Washington, District of Columbia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
It is a joke I suppose that Subaru owners love their cars, but this is my third Subaru and I do love my car. I had a 1995 Legacy wagon for 20 years before getting this one, a used 2008. I'd prefer buying a new car, but Subaru no longer makes normal station wagons. At least this old Outback is similar to the Legacy wagon. In some ways it is better - I've already benefited from the tire low air pressure warning light. The seats are more comfortable than those in the old Legacy - there is some lumbar support, for one thing, and better thigh support on each side.
Story
When I first saw this car, I thought the colors were kind of ugly, but a woman who had been with me in the service area when I decided against fixing my 20-year-old car drove past and said it was gorgeous, like mink and champagne. I laughed and told her I would have to learn to see it through her eyes.
Pros
I like some of the features the old car did not have, such as outdoor temperature, mpg and at least theoretically how many more miles are left in the gas tank, and two trip odometers. I would not have known I had gotten a nail in my tire until it was totally flat without that cool tire pressure warning light. It goes without saying that the most important Pro for any Subaru is All Wheel Drive.
Cons
I miss a sunroof! I don't care about letting in sun, but letting out hot air. Since I can't pop the top, I must now put the windows down a bit when I park outdoors in hot weather, but that is neither as safe nor as effective. The Outback is longer than the Legacy, but the cargo area is smaller. What makes anyone think a bigger car with less storage is a good thing? The cargo cover is insane, needing a little piece that attaches under the window since the slant of the window prevents the cover from coming far enough back to cover the cargo. When there is too much stuff back there to use the... (more)

2013 Subaru Outback - I feel safe traveling with my family

Courtney
00000
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I have a 2013 Subaru Outback. I love the safety and comfort this car affords me. As far as styling goes, I have loved the station wagon-like design, since it's introduction into the marketplace. Over the years I have watched the design evolve and improve. Finally, it was time to replace our family car. I would accept nothing but the Outback. We can comfortably travel from the mountains to the city, and out of town with our two large dogs, and two children. There is room enough for the girls to feel as though they have their own space, and for the two of us to stretch our legs in the front at the same time. The seats are a perfect fit. I don't seem to get numb bottom syndrome, like I did in the Blazer. Our doggies do not hesitate to jump in the back whenever we open the hatch. That says... (more)
Story
We like to go off-road when camping. The out back can handle anything. A few days ago, we were climbing a narrow spot. We came nose-to-nose with a large truck; he was pulling a boat. We had to back down the washed out, uneven, dirt path. All four of us held our breath. My husband pulled it off like a professional!
Pros
My favorite features are the manual option, the ease of the rear wiper control, the option for a trailer hitch, and I have loved the all-weather tires that came with the car, they perform like expensive snow tires.
Cons
I am not very impressed with the initial get up and go at red lights and stop signs. We live off of an interstate, in a very rural area, a bend in the road blocks optimal views of oncoming traffic in one direction. Sometimes it's very daunting task to pick the right moment to accelerate. We often have to use the Outback on our property. I do not care much for the seat belt alert. I wish we could turn that thing off, I'm an adult. I buckle up when on the road.

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