2010 Subaru Outback
143,393 Miles
$15,385

Oklahoma City, OK
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2004 Subaru Outback
167,756 Miles
$4,991

Oklahoma City, OK
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2016 Subaru Outback
9,523 Miles
$26,890

Oklahoma City, OK
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2016 Subaru Outback
8,931 Miles
$30,490

Oklahoma City, OK
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2016 Subaru Outback
7,246 Miles
$30,380

Oklahoma City, OK
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2016 Subaru Outback
7,513 Miles
$33,800

Oklahoma City, OK
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2013 Subaru Outback
96,799 Miles
$15,865

Midwest City, OK
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2001 Subaru Outback
184,000 Miles
$3,998

Oklahoma City, OK
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2015 Subaru Outback
29,871 Miles
$26,396

Oklahoma City, OK
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2013 Subaru Outback
60,687 Miles
$18,991

Oklahoma City, OK
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2012 Subaru Outback
47,110 Miles
$20,226

Oklahoma City, OK
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2015 Subaru Outback
38,691 Miles
$23,950

Oklahoma City, OK
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2014 Subaru Outback
53,351 Miles
$23,998

Oklahoma City, OK
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2012 Subaru Outback
72,766 Miles
$19,599

Oklahoma City, OK
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2012 Subaru Outback
28,047 Miles
$22,998

Oklahoma City, OK
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2015 Subaru Outback
41,520 Miles
$24,995

Oklahoma City, OK
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2014 Subaru Outback
41,671 Miles
$24,000

Enid, OK
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2008 Subaru Outback
93,613 Miles
$10,445

Ponca City, OK
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2016 Subaru Outback
12,232 Miles
$27,993

Ardmore, OK
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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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2002 Subaru Outback - Super stoked amazing car

Lafayette, Louisiana
Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 4.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 5.0
My Subaru Outback is the best car I have ever owned. For a 2002 with 150,000 miles it doesn't miss a lick. Ample space for cargo, luggage, etc. Great road trip vehicle, handles the road at high speeds very well and comfort is included. With the all wheel drive feature going off road isn't a problem either and in the winter there is no use for chains. The Subaru Outback is an outdoor enthusiast best friend. The luggage rack offers options for transporting your bicycle, kayak, skis/snowboard, etc. I can honestly say they're really isn't anything that I do not like about this car. It is an all around go getter and, with 24mpg hwy and 20mpg city, it leaves some money in your pocket for those extra road trips.
Story
Doing doughnuts in an empty field
Pros
AWD, lots of room. Good gas mileage, comfortable, handles well
Cons
Head gasket tends to go out around 140,000miles

2007 Subaru Outback - Suburu Outback: Reliability on the Go

Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 4.0
Overall, the Subaru outback is a wonderfully reliable car with few faults, for those who are looking for a reliable car capable of longevity without an over abundance of frills and luxury appearance. The car does seem to have some issues related to the head gasket / radiator system on some models after prolonged use, but in general the car is very consistent and has few flaws.
Story
One time after finishing graduate school I had to move from Boston to Los Angeles. I drove my Subaru the entire way there. Along the way, I narrowly missed a tornado in Iowa by a matter of hours, had to dig my car out of 1 foot of snow in Denver (In mid may), ran into a dust storm in Utah while visiting Arches National Park, and passed many a tumbleweed driving in the desert between Los Ange... (more)
Pros
The Subaru outback has exceptional trunk space. As a gigging musician, I have for various shows fit 2-3 saxophones, a keyboard and stand, 5 music stands and chairs, 4 people, and 1/3 of a drum kit in the car. As an avid hiker, I can easily fit camping or hiking equipment in the back as well. I also once moved from Boston to Los Angeles for work and was easily able to fit all of my primary possessions in my car to make the move in one trip. The car is tough enough to handle a variety of different types of weather and terrain. I have taken my Subaru through years of blizzards on the eas... (more)
Cons
The one thing I have observed in most Subaru Outbacks is once they approach 100,000 miles or more, they seem susceptible to issues with either the radiator or head gaskets. For the Subaru outback I had before my current Outback, I blew a head gasket while driving to visit my girlfriend in a neighboring state and was nearly stranded there. Head gaskets can pose an expensive and destructive problem for drivers when they are confronted with this issue. For my current Subaru outback, I did have to replace the radiator recently. While I have been assured these are not necessarily guaranteed ... (more)

2015 Subaru Outback - Good value for good money!

Colorado Springs, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 5.0
The 2015 Subaru Outback Limited isn't cheap, but it is a good value. Mine came with front and back heated leather seats, the Subaru EyeSight system (which uses adaptive cruise control to prevent crashes and keep its distance from the vehicle ahead of you), remote start, sunroof, SiriusXM radio, Bluetooth, two USB ports and HD radio. The tech may be flashy and in some cases superfluous - but it works. This is definitely the car you want when the weather takes a turn for the worst. Using the CVT, the 4-cylinder Outback isn't a Prius, but it's also not your typical thirsty all-wheel drive vehicle. In the time period I've had it, I've gotten anywhere between 27-33 miles per gallon in ordinary driving. And while it is also no speed demon, the power is adequate enough to inspire confid... (more)
Story
Took some friends to the state fair that were going to rent a minivan. There was a disabled person and we were all worried that she wouldn't like the ride and her wheelchair didn't fit. While we did have to take the legs off of the wheelchair, the Outback transported five adults in style and all of the other things needed for our disabled passenger to enjoy her day.
Pros
The build is rock solid. The Subaru Outback feels well built and capable. It might not stand out from the crowd of SUVs and trucks in any one area, but it FEELS like it would be the most reliable out of all of the cars, SUVs and trucks I've driven. The features are good, too. The Outback Limited (Remote Start, Nav, Radio with Bluetooth, Apps, Eyesight, Heated Seats) are good for Colorado and generally cooler climates.
Cons
Here in Colorado, almost everyone owns a Subaru Outback so they're pretty common. If you're looking for something REALLY different, you're going to have to look elsewhere. In terms of price, Outback isn't the cheapest thing out there and while it has some good options, I would put it right at the "value" line. I guess while it's no bargain, you get what you pay for.