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(launched 2015, facelifted Jan-2018)

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2.5i-S (A)
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13km/L 173bhp Lineartonic CVT (A)
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13km/L 173bhp Lineartonic CVT (A)
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2.5i-S Eyesight (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2018

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13.7km/L 173bhp Lineartronic CVT (A)
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Subaru Outback
4 stars - based on 13 reviews
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Car Review - Subaru Outback 2.5i-S (A)
Subaru's new Outback crossover is suitably sized for the family, with a cavernous boot to fulfil any lifestyle need.

The Subaru Outback was facelifted on May 2018.
Read our review of the facelifted version.

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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Honest review
Its my first review in car forum. Not new to driving and certainly not new to cars. Outback is my 6th car over the last 20 years of driving. Been driving it for 2 years now and decided to give an honest review about this car. Mine is the 2016 model. Suspension setup determines the comfort level when a car is moving. Outback shines in this area and comes with heaps of features. If you switch these features to auto, you can simply start the car and drive off whether it is day or night. Next is the reliability of this car. A 2.5 NA car will go a long way before it fails you. If you are concerned about FC, then you should not look at cars beyond 2L in general. This is just my experience with cars. Now Outback is a SUV afterall. Its balanced power and weight remind you the reason why you buy a SUV. Cornering ability and acceleration are not in the DNA of a SUV. I will be happy to drive in comfort and even let motorcycles overtake me. This is my mindset when I bought the Outback. I do not think I will drive it until the end of its COE but I think I will remember this car as a good family car with happy kids no matter where the destination is. Interior wise, it is solid build and almost everything is black in colour. Something I like actually. Finally, if any subaru fan or staff at MI reading this. CVT in particular 2nd to 3rd gear ratio can be shortened to reduce whine/drone for Outback. Its not a TC car.
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A all-rounder family crossover with slightly mediocre power
Owning outback 2018 for slightly more than a year. So share some of my views on this ride. The engine is the same as last generation outback, a 2.5L NA. So performance wise should be the same. What is new on this car is memory seat, eye sight, upgrade console supporting car play. Some car mag also highlighted some CVT optimization, which I have no idea. Power wise, decent but definitely can't outrun a turbo charged hot-hatch. In sport mode, and a heavy right foot however, I can do overtaking with ease, thanks for the good handling. It has permanent 4WD, so I can corner with high speed if I ignore the comfort level of the back-seat passengers. (normally, I will get an earful from Mrs if I do that). During one of the trips to the north, we encountered pouring rain. But the car performed very well. I could still drive at 80km/hr without worrying about aquaplaning. I think it must be the 4WD helping to plant the car on the ground. The car is very roomy, and high ground clearance than normal sedan. It is comfortable to sit in. With high ground clearance also means I can drive through puddle of water where sedans have to park at the side and wait. It comes with eye-sight, which packs with all the high tech features like lane departure warning, collision prevention, blind spot monitoring and adaptive cruising. They are useful but I can also turn them off if I want. Other features like electric tail gate and harman kardon speakers.
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A car for all purpose (pre-eyesight version)
My first Subaru was a 2005 Forester and I have grown to like Subaru's AWD system. I owned an Outback since 2016 and enjoyed the car ever since. The exterior styling was striking with strong lines and stance. The interior is typical Subaru and could use a little updating especially with the headunit that came without Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Space in the Outback is aplenty with a carnivorous boot, you will never run out of space. WIth the 2nd row seats folded down, you can easily fit a whole road or mountain bike in it with the wheels attached. There will still be space left over for many other things. The 2.5L Boxer never failed to perform, chugging out torque when you need it. You could tell the difference between driving a 1.4L or 1.8L turbo engine vs a 2 or 2.5L engine. The CVT is smooth and linear giving a very comfortable drive behind the wheel. Sure the fuel consumption can't be compared to a smaller engine car but one should expect that when considering a Subaru. I averaged 450km per 40L of petrol with 50% Highway. The AWD system like all subbies allow the Outback to be solidly planted to the road. I am always confident behind the wheel whether the road is dry or wet. In summary, the Outback is a great family hauler with distinct Subaru characteristics. I only wish the the infotainment system is more modern.
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Presently i am driving a Subaru B9 Tribeca 2008 model.
I was wondering does the all new Subaru Outback comes with a 3.6L with the new eye sight system? OR The 2.5L comes with the eye sight system?
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