Are there any significant differences in subaru outback 2014, 2015, and 2016?

Asked by Dec 29, 2015 at 10:13 PM about the 2014 Subaru Outback 2.5i

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YES !!!IF YOU LOOK IT UP(ON YOUR SEARCH ENGINE..GOOGLE???) IT WILL TELL YOU THE IMPROVEMENTS /CHANGES/UPDATES/PRICE INCREASES,.BBB...FROM YEAR TO YEAR...U DIDNT KNOW THAT?

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Edmunds.com is a good place to start they usually have a good amaount of info availible. Good luck with your puchase.

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KELLY IF SHE KNEW THAT SHE WOULD NOT COME HERE TO ASK FOR ADVICE MORON AND BY POSTING IN ALL UPPER CASE YOU ARE NOT DRAWING ATTENTION TO YOUR SELF IT SHOWS A NARCISSISTIC ATTITUDE --Look it up - and with all the ?????????????? and !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! proves my point

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The 15 and newer Outbacks are a new car compared to the 14. Other than small incremental changes the 15-16 Outbacks are pretty much the same thing. Same engines, transmission and body style. Howdy Ford!

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YEAH A FIGHT !!!!

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85,585

RIGHT ON FordNut!!!

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The '10-14 OB underbody has a lot of cheap steel sub-frame components. Guys in the salt belt are seeing premature seam rusting too, claiming they're incredibly cheaply made. Sigh.... The '15+ claims to have better metallurgy and improved structural rigidity. Yet at least underhood there seems to be LESS stuff for real world crash protection. But at this point I'll recommend a '15 over a '14. But all '10-16 OBs handle like crap.

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85,585

Now there's an answer! And I live in a salt infested area, and have seen this on the Suba-who?

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9 helpful for FordNut's post and Zero helpful for Kelly. This should tell Kelly something. Enough said, we have a winner and Kelly is not it. I too have become tired of Kelly's mostly useless posts. If you don't have something helpful to post, please consider not posting it. Just my opinion.....

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