2018 Subaru Outback Preview
2018 Subaru Outback Preview
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Avg. Listing Price
MPG City / Hwy
IIHS Overall Safety
5 out of 5
Prices shown are the prices people paid including dealer discounts for a used 2018 Subaru Outback Wagon 5D i AWD H4 with standard options and in good condition with an average of 12,000 miles per year. Taxes and fees (title, registration, license, document and transportation fees) are not included.
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Used car prices paid include dealer discounts for the same typically equipped vehicle (year, make, model, trim) in good condition with an average of 12,000 miles per year. Taxes and fees (title, registration, license, document and transportation fees) are not included.
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MSRP: The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price or MSRP is the price the manufacturer recommends the dealer charge for its new vehicles.
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Measured owner satisfaction with 2018 Subaru Outback performance, styling, comfort, features, and usability after 90 days of ownership.
Vehicle stability in poor conditions
Ease of folding/adjusting rear seats
Feeling of safety when driving the vehicle
The problems experienced by owners of the 2018 Subaru Outback during the first 90 days of ownership.
The vehicle's navigation system
Interior storage spaces
Reviews from owners of the 2018 Subaru Outback.
I am very pleased with my Outback's ride, handling, and appearance. I like eyesight technology and many other safety and comfort features. We have driven it on all types of roads in all kinds of weather and found it to have a solid performance. I do wish the seats were softer. I am not happy that
We bought our 2nd Subaru Outback in June. Our first Outback was a 2011 Limited. We replaced it with a 2018 2.5 Touring. This car has more safety features such as lane departure, distance pacing, blind spot assist and a back up camera. We don't use these features. Our first Outback didn't have
We bought this car as it was a little bigger than the Subaru Crosstrek and the Kia Niro. We were looking for a car that had great gas mileage, and was comfortable ride if we were to go on a long drive. We like the idea that the Outback had all wheel drive and it also had many other optional features