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2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium Review

The all-new 2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium proves that combining the right elements is still a recipe for success...

2015 Subaru Outback Review : 3.6R

Subaru has produced a tempting rival to the glut of luxury-spec SUVs in the form of the 2015 Outback 3.6R, with good ride and handling and heaps of space.

2015 Subaru Outback Review

The new Subaru Outback is more refined, better equipped and more affordable than its predecessor. Are there any chinks in its armour? Matt Campbell finds out.

Subaru Outback Diesel Automatic Review

The Subaru Outback diesel finally gets an automatic transmission, but is the CVT a smooth operator?

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2015 Subaru Outback Review (MY16)

Read the article here. The Subaru Outback was launched in 1994 and was then, essentially, extra ride height and plastic cladding added to a Liberty wagon. Now in its fifth generation, the 2015 Subaru Outback is a standalone model (there is no Liberty wagon anymore) and it promises to be the best version yet...

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Subaru Outback Comparisons

Skoda Octavia Scout 135TDI v Subaru Outback 2.0D Premium : Comparison Review

The Skoda Octavia Scout arrived in March aiming to steal a slice of the all-terrain, all-wheel-drive premium wagon pie from Subaru Outback. A niche pie that the Outback has and continues to own in Australia, as demonstrated by recent record-breaking sales - despite the less-than-threatening opposition presented by rivals such as, well, Skoda’s own Superb 4x4 Outdoor...

Ford Territory TS diesel v Subaru Outback 2.0D Premium : Comparison review

The Ford Territory and Subaru Outback have a few things in common. They’re both quite car-like due to the fact they share their DNA with sedans, they’re both widely recognised nameplates, and they’ve both been either updated (Territory) or entered a new generation (Outback) in the past few months...

Subaru Outback News

Subaru EyeSight technology boosting Australian sales

The standard fitment of autonomous emergency braking (AEB) technology in Subaru’s latest Liberty and Outback models has been a significant contributor to increased sales volume in Australia, the Japanese carmaker’s local arm says...

Top 10 hottest cars of 2015 to date

What new vehicles have grown in registrations the most in 2015 so far? If you’re in the market for a new car, SUV and commercial, it can be valuable to know. After all, cars in hot demand might just be harder to haggle on than those that are struggling against rivals. Then again, they might be flying in the sales race precisely because they’re so affordable...

2015 Subaru Liberty, Outback recalled over pre-collision braking defect

Subaru Australia has recalled more than 5000 new Liberty and Outback models over a potential defect with the cars’ pre-collision braking system. The recall affects 5073 model year 2015 Subaru Liberty and Outback vehicles equipped with the brand’s pre-collision braking and adaptive cruise control technologies, which form part of its EyeSight suite of safety systems...

Subaru Outback posts mammoth March sales - UPDATE

The new Subaru Outback had a momentous and record-breaking month of sales in March, with its maker’s Australian arm registering 1180 units — growth of 410.8 per cent. So strong was the new Outback’s month, it finished third in the big-selling large SUV segment, behind only the Toyota Prado (1483) and Jeep Grand Cherokee (1197)...

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Subaru Outback Owner Reviews

2010 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5i PREMIUM Review

After completing 3 and bit years and 65,000km in the Outback, I have just handed back the keys with some regrets. The interior is big, the seats are comfortable, the boot is large, and with the back seats down can swallow large loads. Long drives are done in a smooth, quiet manner - with the Subie chewing up the miles easily and surprisingly frugally...

2013 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5i PREMIUM Review

Getting into an Outback and driving it away is a bland experience, nothing special. However, if you live with an Outback for a while you will appreciate it more and more. It all works. The all-wheel drive is briliant on any surface, including gravel, hail stones like snow you could barely stand on, mud and grass. The car cruises through it all and stays safe...

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