Subaru Outback (2014 - 2021)

5
reviewed by Mark Austin on 20 October 2021
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reviewed by Anonymous on 24 September 2021
4

Estate 2.0D SE Premium Lineartronic 5dr

reviewed by NH74 on 30 August 2021
4
Overall rating
4
How it drives
4
Fuel economy
3
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
3
Cost of maintenance and repairs
4
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer
4
Overall reliability

A true all rounder

Having owned this car for over 10 months I thought it was time to write a review. The car is the SE premium model, so has plenty of equipment to keep me occupied. The electric boot is painfully slow, but is bearable. When I initially purchased the car, I wondered if I actually needed a “jacked up” AWD estate, however, over the past year the car has proved invaluable dealing with snow, ice, floods, and muddy fields with ease. I get decent MPG on a motorway run. The car has been faultless over the time of ownership, plus you hardly see any on the road which is an added bonus.

I will definitely consider the new (2021) outback when it comes to change this car, but judging on the performance of the current model that could be many years off!

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About this car

Price£27,995–£35,325
Road TaxF–J
MPG38.7–47.8 mpg
Real MPG90.4%

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