Did you purchase an Outback Limited for the nicer interior?

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Asked by Nov 16, 2015 at 11:52 PM about the 2010 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited

Question type: General

The Subaru Outback Limited with the leather interior is more car like and plush
than the Subaru Forester models,   plus it has a wider,  longer wheelbase and
more comfortable ride.    It's also available with either the 2.5 Four or the 3.6
H6 engine.    Did you purchase your Outback over the other smaller models for
these reasons?

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84,015

Do you want to buy one? Otherwise, sorry for this in advance, but who cares?

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27,855

Rowefast , I suppose you could ask is any question valid on this forum? My question was intended to find out WHY people actively chose to get an Outback over a the Forrester, which is more "truck like ". PS- if you had taken a moment to look at my page, you would have noticed that I own a 2010 Subaru Outback.

84,015

Thats why I apologized first, there is always a reason, even tho a person may not understand, like me! Thanks...

27,855

Sure , no problem. Have a nice Thanksgiving!

84,015

You too man!

8,100

Why customers buy vehicles is usually too subjective to be able to sift through the sampling noise. Plus you conflated trim level with model change, making it a 2x2 matrix. So start over again?

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294,105

We probably need for this site to be able to handle and set up "Polls".

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