2010 Subaru Outback User Reviews

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    Looks/Style Ranked 2010 Honda CR-V better.
    "This not a right or wrong thing - its just personal preference."
    Front Seats Ranked 2010 Honda CR-V better.
    "The seats arent better they are just higher off the ground which allows better vision of the surroundings."
    Family Car Ranked 2010 Honda CR-V better.
    "The seat positions make it easier to get into the vehicle and see outside better."
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    2010 Subaru Outback 2.5i PremiumReview
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    85

    I Really Like It — Just purchased eh car, so not much to say. It drives really smoothly, sips fuel, good sound system, very comfy seats, tons of storage space, quiet going down the road, and excelent ground clearance. Six more words? OK, It's great!

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Better than the last Outback

    Cons: Don't know yet

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    2010 Subaru Outback BaseReview
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    It Works. — As the wife's car and primary family vehicle, it gets the job done well. We upgraded the rear sway bar to an STi bar when upgraded the other and it bolted straight up cleaning up some of the sloppiness from the factory.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Plenty of room for a small family.

    Cons: Could get better fuel economy for what it is.

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    Great Car For A Small Family — This car is by far the best car we owned. Great handling in the winter (snow and rain) and ample space in the second row for kids. Super reliable and great re-sale value. If you are looking for a first time family car - search no more.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Handling in the winter, Back seats space, great family car, re-sale value

    Cons: no 3rd row

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    2010 Subaru Outback 2.5i LimitedReview
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    Great Commuter/utility Vehicle — Love it! Getting 30-32 mpg, has great pick up for a 4 cylinder, handles great, very smooth ride, can't feel it "shifting" through gear because of CVT, comfy seats, plenty of space inside, easy to clean leather seats, great sound system...

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

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    This Is Probable The Best "bang For The Buck" That I Have Had In 40 Years. — I bought a black 2010 Outback Limited-no navigation but just about everything else.So far I am getting about 27-28 mpg in town and about 31-32 on the road.The 172 horsepower engine is more than adequate but it is not a "burner".Great amount of space.excellent 2nd row seats and a very well appointed interior.My wife has a 2009 Lexus and this car rides just as well as the Lexus.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: styling,comofort,space,gas mileage

    Cons: not a speed burner but more than adequate.

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    2010 Subaru Outback 2.5i LimitedReview
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    If I Were To Do This Over I Would Buy The 6 Cyl. — The car drives well. It is well put together.I have the black leather interior and marks very easy. I had to put a leather protectant on the interior. I do believe the car is underpowered. The preformance is poor changing lanes in traffic. If I were to do this again I would have a six cyl.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: The car drives very well. Very well put together. The build quality is supurb. No excess noise or squeaks.

    Cons: Performance at best would be three and one half stars. There is not enough acceleration in an emergency like moving into traffic lanes. I have not driven it enough to report on gas milage.

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    Family Sized — Plenty of torque from this engine - great for towing Excellent ecconomy around town and on the open road Roomy interior especially in the back for the kids Sat nav and rear camera is great. 6 speend manual is good but is easy to stall taking off. Need an Auto option

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Great Ecconomy

    Cons: Filling with diesel is messy - no full size spare

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    Not As Handsome As An Audi, But I'll Keep The $15k. — Very solid and effecient. An excellent four season performer. Aside from the speed, it does not feel much different than Audis I have driven. It is not nearly as beautiful as an Audi, but it cost far less. It was also built in a Zero Land Fill Factory, is most recyclable, and a PZEV (partial zero emmission vehicle, which I do not understand because zero has no parts?) making it a greener choice than any hybrid.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Excellent drivability and four season performance.

    Cons: Not the prettiest, but a great personality!

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    2010 Subaru Outback 2.5i LimitedReview
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    The Best!! — I love the AWD system this car offers. It may not have a huge engine, but has a lot of potential and room to expand. This car is soo much fun to drive perfect for Michigan weather, rain, snow, or shine.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: The ability to do anything.

    Cons: Nothing, just need time and money.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2015 Subaru Outback Reviews

    2015 Outback Crossbar Is Curved!! By VTsubarubiker

    Subaru Outback for 2015 built-in rooftop crossbars are elliptical. Bicycle trays will tilt to one side. Does anyone out there know what risk attends to travelling at 70 MPH with bike on the rack tilt... Read More

    Its A Very Well Made Car With Alot Of Room And Very Quiet By reblhunter

    mostly i love the car the only thing id change is make the seats a little softer and maybe 20 more ft/lbs of torque for pulling my boat. but this is a 4 cyl. its great in the snow . i go ice fishing ... Read More

    2014 Subaru Outback Reviews

    Absolutely Love It. By cscott1958

    Looks, safety, handling, performance, reliability are all of very high standard. This is a car that we plan on owning for a very long time. It is a car known for safety and reliability, but the handl... Read More

    Not Perfect, But A Sweet, Smart Ride By rogier

    Two months ago, I bought a 2014 Outback Limited with leather seats, a moonroof, the backup camera, and the remote starter, but without the EyeSight system. The EyeSight, whose cameras are pretty clunk... Read More

    2013 Subaru Outback Reviews

    Great Car That Is Fun To Drive And Easy To Drive By Carter0027

    Love just about everything. The only thing that I think could be changed is the center computer. It's next to the speedometer and it gives no important information and doesn't need to be there. It als... Read More

    Good Solid Family Car With Luxury Appeal By Elissa

    I upgraded my Outback with EyeSight for safety and love it! I'm convinced it's saved me from a few fender benders already. I like the roominess. But I buy Subarus (this is my fourth) for their overall... Read More

    2012 Subaru Outback Reviews

    Good Vehicle That Does What It Is Designed To Do! By capfev

    One of the best if not the best AWD systems around with great handling and comfortable ride. It does however have too many blind spots, and the gas mileage could be better. All in all a very safe wa... Read More

    Capable All-weather Performer With Style. By Natron1971

    I have liked the reliability and overall build quality of the car. The handling and all-weather sure-footedness are very appreciated in the fall and winters in the PNW. We feel very safe going on fa... Read More

    2011 Subaru Outback Reviews

    Subaru Outback By WhitSmith

    Pretty good car for the moola. Every mechanic north of Massachusetts knows how to work on these cars. To say they are ubiquitous is an understatement. If you don't mind driving the same car as 1/2 the... Read More

    Standard Awd , Good Fuel Economy And Low Maintenance Costs By Lgberrios

    The handing is more than acceptable. The 2.5i Is visually appealing. It has a sporty look yet makes a great family car without having the "minivan look". There is ample cargo space and a spacious ar... Read More

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