2006 Subaru Outback
113,458 Miles
$7,950

Lincoln, NE
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2007 Subaru Outback
205,554 Miles
$4,950

Lincoln, NE
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2015 Subaru Outback
51,697 Miles
$26,499

Lincoln, NE
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2014 Subaru Outback
41,528 Miles
$19,400

Lincoln, NE
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2016 Subaru Outback
6,177 Miles
$24,900

Lincoln, NE
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2016 Subaru Outback
14,530 Miles
$29,900

Lincoln, NE
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2016 Subaru Outback
7,480 Miles
$24,900

Lincoln, NE
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2012 Subaru Outback
128,521 Miles
$13,900

Lincoln, NE
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2012 Subaru Outback
65,198 Miles
$18,950

Lincoln, NE
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2013 Subaru Outback
45,014 Miles
$19,995

Crete, NE
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2013 Subaru Outback
74,050 Miles
$17,988

Gretna, NE
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2014 Subaru Outback
93,292 Miles
$17,988

Gretna, NE
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2013 Subaru Outback
106,365 Miles
$14,988

Gretna, NE
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2014 Subaru Outback
87,402 Miles
$14,950

Omaha, NE
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2015 Subaru Outback
23,969 Miles
$26,499

Elkhorn, NE
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2014 Subaru Outback
45,413 Miles
$19,999

Elkhorn, NE
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2014 Subaru Outback
32,483 Miles
$21,423

Omaha, NE
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2015 Subaru Outback
14,330 Miles
$28,110

Omaha, NE
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2014 Subaru Outback
21,121 Miles
$21,998

Omaha, NE
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2012 Subaru Outback
44,380 Miles
$18,998

Omaha, NE
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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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1996 Subaru Outback - Driving in Heaven

Chadron, Nebraska
Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 4.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 4.0
The Subaru Outback Legacy is a wonderful car with infinite possibilities. The car is 20 years old and still runs like a peach. The interior has held up extremely well over the years. In many older cars, the ceiling fabric will start to droop and come off. This has not happened and does not appear that it will happen in the Subaru. The car has wonderful features and different placement of the features compared to traditional cars. The emergency light button is in the middle above the radio, the fog lights' button is on the dash by the steering wheel, and the wipers' stick operates like a blinker stick in American vehicles. This car does an exceptional job climbing hills and can overtake similar sized vehicles as well as large trucks. In addition, the Subaru performs exceptionally well i... (more)
Story
We took the Subaru to the lake and popped open the back hatch. We grabbed a couple of beers and sat in the back, looking out over the lake. It was so peaceful and wonderful to sit in the comfy Subaru.
Pros
The Subaru does an exceptional job navigating blizzards in the winter time on highways and city streets. The Subaru has great wind/air dynamics and is not easily pushed around on the highway. The Subaru has tons of horsepower to keep it going. The car is lifted off the ground slightly to allow for more off-roading.
Cons
Nothing! This car is absolutely perfect!

2013 Subaru Outback - I feel safe traveling with my family

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Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 4.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 5.0
Maintenance 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.

2010 Subaru Outback - Functional Yet Finicky

Souderton, Pennsylvania
Overall
3.0
Value 3.0
Performance 3.0
Style 3.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 2.0
Maintenance 2.0
First of all, I didn't consider purchasing a used Subaru Outback before I went to the Subaru dealership. I was originally looking for used Subaru Forester. While I was at the dealership a salesman reviewed the features of the Outback, and encouraged me to take a used one on a test drive. After test driving used Foresters and used Outbacks, I decided on the Outback because I liked the way it handled on the highway. At the time of purchase, I was scheduled to do a lot of highway driving and would be hauling sports gear, dogs, and suitcases. I was very pleased with the amount of storage space we had for personal items, while still accommodating my two pets. Within one week of owning the used 2010 Subaru Outback, I experienced major issues with the front right tire pulling off to the ... (more)
Story
The time I most enjoyed the Subaru Outback was when I put three dogs and three kids in the car and headed to the park. There was plenty of room for my precious cargo and every kid and every dog had a smile on their face while they were being transported.
Pros
The Subaru Outback purchase was based on lifestyle. At the time of purchase I needed to be able to haul a bunch of stuff, some people, and some pets during long road trips. I thoroughly enjoyed how well the Outback handled most of the road trip configurations of people, pets, and stuff.
Cons
The Subaru Outback is a finicky vehicle. Front headlights have been replaced several times during the 3 years of ownership. There is a plate underneath the engine that protects the engine from road debris - no one seems to be able to fix it well enough to prevent it from rattling every time I drive the car and I'm tired of spending $17.95/dealership visit to have it put back the way it should be. The work done on the front right of the vehicle seemed to have corrected the pulling to the right issue but the minor shimmy didn't go away.