DO YOU THINK SUBARU OUTBACKS DEPRECIATE MORE SLOWLY THAN OTHER MODELS?
From what I've seen online, these wagons hold their value, so, it makes sense to
keep them running a long time and fix repairs which seems like the least expensive thing
to do vs. replace the vehicle and start all over again with new car payments. A 1995
Subaru Outback Wagon goes for more than $2,500 in excellent condition. Do you agree?
That seems like a pretty reasonable price if it's good condition and doesn't have a crazy amount of miles. I've definitely seem them go for more.
Yes, well, according to Kelley Blue Book, the average mileage on the clock for a 1995 Subaru Outback is over 161,000. That's an average of just over 8,000 miles per year. I realize that as most cars age, the number of miles each year goes down, so, it's not uncommon to even find a 2014 car with 35,000 miles although its a little bit high. Kelley Blue Book lists the average 2014 Subaru Outback with 24,000 miles. I think it's pretty remarkable that a car that's twenty years old still commands a price range nearing $3,000. Of course there are some folks out there in the Subaru high mileage club with cars that have 200,000 to 300,000 miles on the odometer. One can only hope that our cars will hold up this well. I take meticulous care of my car and try to get the most value from it. They are, as you know, very expensive to replace. What year is your Outback, if you have one?
my 2991 Outback has 217000 miles on it i just replaced the fuel pump the exhaust system and O2 sensor and also right after i got the car I replaced the timing belt, water pump ,cam seals belts and pulleys so far i have spent about $2600.00 I paid $950.00 for it two years ago . I am not sure if I should put any more money into it it has the rust around the rea wheel wells that a lot of these subies have . But I do not have a car payment
that is a 2001 Subaru outback not a 2991 subie lol
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