2015 Subaru Outback
41,671 Miles
$32,350

Fort Wayne, IN
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2009 Subaru Outback
90,086 Miles
$11,502

Fort Wayne, IN
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2014 Subaru Outback
46,174 Miles
$22,081

Fort Wayne, IN
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2013 Subaru Outback
73,183 Miles
$21,206

Fort Wayne, IN
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2015 Subaru Outback
19,584 Miles
$27,934

Fort Wayne, IN
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2014 Subaru Outback
38,397 Miles
$23,976

Fort Wayne, IN
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2016 Subaru Outback
18,045 Miles
$28,706

Fort Wayne, IN
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2015 Subaru Outback
40,919 Miles
$24,965

Fort Wayne, IN
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2015 Subaru Outback
29,741 Miles
$25,947

Fort Wayne, IN
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2015 Subaru Outback
35,860 Miles
$25,819

Fort Wayne, IN
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2008 Subaru Outback
128,010 Miles
$8,978

Fort Wayne, IN
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2014 Subaru Outback
20,583 Miles
$21,552

Fort Wayne, IN
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2013 Subaru Outback
131,117 Miles
$15,754

Fort Wayne, IN
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2015 Subaru Outback
41,223 Miles
$30,215

Fort Wayne, IN
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2005 Subaru Outback
81,924 Miles
$8,839

Fort Wayne, IN
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2015 Subaru Outback
32,714 Miles
$24,467

Fort Wayne, IN
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2006 Subaru Outback
158,588 Miles
$6,499

Fort Wayne, IN
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2014 Subaru Outback
68,209 Miles
$20,955

Fort Wayne, IN
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2007 Subaru Outback
129,600 Miles
Accepting Offers

Fort Wayne, IN
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Owner Reviews
Overall 4.4
Value 4.4
Performance 3.8
Style 4.0
Comfort 4.2
Fuel Economy 3.7
Maintenance 4.2
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2005 Subaru Legacy - Bob Rohrman Used Car Superstore Lafayette

DM
Lafayette, Indiana
Overall 3.0
Facility 5.0
Process 4.0
Quality 2.0
Service 5.0
It was an OK dealership. We would never use them to fix our car ever again.

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1986 Subaru Outback - Love it.

Canyon, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 3.0
Style 2.0
Comfort 3.0
Fuel Economy 5.0
Maintenance 5.0
I actually have a model that's not listed, it is a Subaru DL. You can drive Subaru's until they die and this one hasn't died yet. It is old, and I have put 375,000 miles on the same engine. I replaced its transmission with a rebuilt one, and it still drives as well as ever. It has always had great fuel economy, listed as being 26 mpg, but I used to get 32 mpg. Now I get around 28 mpg & I do mostly highway driving. It is not air-conditioned, so I have made numerous modifications to it, as in a window swamp cooler, solar powered window fans, and tinted windows, because I drive it in the desert. It is easy to work on so I could do most tune-ups for less cost myself. It is old so it is not extremely quiet, but it runs well. It still handles quite well, but not as well as some newer cars.
Story
I would often drive out on rural dirt roads at night watching for rodents. They got to know me and would come to the road at the sound of my engine, because I would sprinkle seeds along the road. This car is great for carrying the trapped rodents I needed to keep alive because I could control the desert temperature inside the car at night. During the day, I would drape a white canvas tarp over... (more)
Pros
Best things about this car are its fuel economy, the higher chassis, since I drive it on unpaved roads in rural areas, and the low maintenance needs. Things do not wear out that fast in this car. Mechanics tend to love working on Subaru's, too. If you can find a good mechanic, he/she will like working on it.
Cons
It is gray; the same color as the highway so I have to have my headlights on even in the daytime because other cars ahead of me won't notice me. It is a pain changing timing belts. Changing fuel filters is NOT fun in this car. Since it is older, it is getting hard to find parts for it, but I can usually find good tune-up parts, like filters, oil, brake pads, spark plugs. However, tires are difficult to get in the original sizes. They keep wanting me to buy smaller wheels, which makes the higher chassis impossible to keep.

2014 Subaru Outback - Comfortable, reliable, efficient

Eden Prairie, Minnesota
Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 4.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 5.0
I immediately fell in love with my Subaru. I was looking for a quality family car that was fuel efficient, safe and comfortable. I tried out multiple cars and the second I sat down in the Outback... I just knew. I went on a test drive and the smoothness of the ride was incredible. It feels big on the inside so you aren't crammed together, and there is a huge hatchback for everything you need. There is a rearview camera built in as well, which is amazing. I live in the Midwest, so the heated seats were a must. I also really loved that the Subaru is different from other AWD vehicles in that it is 50/50 all the time and then if need be will kick more into the front or back. Most are 20/80 all the time.
Story
Just seeing my daughter in the backseat of it, instead of a cop car and knowing she was safe. When she finally started to sit front-facing she would just sing in the back.
Pros
My favorite things about my Outback is for sure the fuel efficiency. I used to drive Cadillacs and an old cop car, so getting close to 30 mpg now with the Subaru is crazy to me. I love the sunroof (or moonroof as they call it). I love all the space in the back for shopping or road trips or, when my daughter was a baby, having the stroller fit without any trouble. And I just really love how comfortable the seats are. I can go on a long trip in it and not be uncomfortable. I love the rearview camera built in as well. It took some getting used to, but now I can't imagine not having one.
Cons
I miss my V8 from my Cadillacs. The acceleration is a little sad on a Subaru, but it's a 2.5i. I really don't have anything negative to say about it. It was exactly what I wanted and there is a lifetime warranty.

2016 Subaru Outback - Luxury Utilitarian

Arden-Arcade, California
Overall
5.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 5.0
Went looking for a new car with the mindset of it being a future family car, and a more practical and fuel efficient choice than the '02 WRX that it would be replacing. After much research, I had my heart set on an AWD CX-5 fully teched out and optioned. Unfortunately for the Mazda, the dealership also sells Subarus, and being that I really liked my WRX, felt that the Outback was worth a test drive. To quote the sales man "The worst part about test driving an Outback, is that you will forget about the other cars, and will be driving away with an Outback." He was right. Test drove, and quickly went to talking color, pricing, and options. My wife and I drove away with a lovely 2.5i (the non-turbo edition) red with cream interior Outback, and have enjoyed every minute owning it.
Story
Drove the Outback up to the family cabin during a heavy snow storm and did not lose grip, or have any issues the entire time. The conditions didn't phase the outback in the least... which really is no surprise since in the winter Subarus out number any other make in the area.
Pros
For being a 2.5 naturally aspirated engine, the Outback has a lot of oomph and does well with the mountain passes that it sees daily on my commute. The ride is smooth, high enough for off-roading, and very nice for traffic. The cabin is roomy, comfortable, and well laid out. While many will claim that the infotainment system is horrible, I find that it is one of my favorite things about the car. It is very intuitive, unobtrusive, and with the base sound package installed puts the Bose system in the Mazda to shame.
Cons
Subaru still suffers from the same constrictive tailgate design as my '02 WRX, so while the back end is very spacious, the opening is not. For example, a 4ft wide piece of plywood can lay flat in the back, but you wont be able to get it in since the opening blocks some of that width. 2.5 engine does have enough oomph, but I do wish I had sprung of the 3.5 Turbo. There have been a few instances where the extra acceleration would have been highly useful.