Learn more about the Subaru Outback: Subaru Outback Reviews, Pricing, Specs and more »
In order to find a used Subaru Outback that meets your personal needs, it’s important to know the various trims and models available. The outback debuted in 1995 as the Legacy Outback in the US that had an exterior SUV look and normal ground clearance. The second generation Outback was available as a sedan or a wagon with an optional 6–cylinder engine. These vehicles were manufactured and sold between 2000 and 2004 and were offered in different trims namely the base trim, Outback limited package and higher trims including the Outback L.L. Bean and VDC (Vehicle Dynamics Control) trims. The VDC models were equipped with 6-cylinder engines, better insulation than previous models, a 200-watt McIntosh stereo system and leather interiors. The third generation Subaru Outback models were manufactured and sold between 2003 and 2009. The highest model available is the L.L. Bean which includes several features such as GPS navigation, leather seats, 3.0 Liter H6 engine and glass moon roof. Other trims offered include the base 2.5i trim, special edition 2.5i trim and limited edition trims like the 2.5i, 2.5XT and 3.0 R. The Outback XT is fitted with a turbocharged, 243hp, 2.5 Liter 4-cylinder engine. The choice of transmission that can be integrated into the Outback XT includes a 5-speed manual transmission, 4-speed Auto Sport Shift or a 5-speed auto Sport Shift. All models are available with a standard all-wheel drive. These third generation models received high customer satisfaction ratings due to the additional features included in all trims. Overall the current Subaru Outback models have more spacious interiors and increased cargo capacity. However the previous models are rated better in terms of power. To buy a used Subaru Outback, research CarsDirect for comprehensive listings of used Subaru Outback’s for sale.Show More »
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