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2016 Subaru Outback 3.6r Review

The Subaru Outback 3.6R is one of the best cars I have driven. It has a lot of power, nice ride hight with very car like handling. The amount of features on offer here is extensive. The amount of buttons on the steering wheel and dash are confronting but I had no issue using them when needed. The EyeSight system works extremely well...

2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium Review

This is a great car in every respect except the sat Nav. I'm on the road every day for work often going places I've never been before, needing to give people ETAs, trying to avoid traffic jams and accidents. All wonderful things that my old sit on the dashboard sat Nav could do and so can the Subaru built in with one key, fundamental, blindingly obvious, or in this case deafeningly obvious difference...

2015 Subaru Outback 3.6r Premium Review

A wonderfully fantastic car! On the road I consistently achieve 28+ mpg and whilst on my most recent road trip from Anchorage Alaska to Minnesota and back, (8,200 miles) I was able to squeak 30+.or more from a U.S. on several occasions... I thought that I would hate having the CVT but am now immensely fond of it! I weigh 300lbs, my son weighs 200lbs plus we had a combined total of about 300lbs of gear...

1999 Subaru Outback Review

This car is a 1999 Subaru Outback, just one in a long line of fascinating family wagons with a surprising performance edge that Subaru has been making since the 1970s. It brings reliability, comfort and enigmatic levels of performance in a practical body with solid construction...

2010 Subaru Outback Review

I always have omens that it is time to replace cars. Some are more blatant, and when the dealership advised that they were unlikely to cover the $8000 transmission repair cost on the Toyota Kluger, exactly 2000kms out of warranty, (bought new and serviced loyally with them), I knew it was time regardless of warranty outcomes...

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...