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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Aug 2023.
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(launched 2021, facelifted Jan-2023)

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2.5 i-Touring EyeSight (A)
$152,800 (Aug 2021) spacer
13.7km/L 185 bhp Lineartronic CVT (A)
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2.5i-Touring EyeSight (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2023

$229,800 (Jul 2023) spacer
13.7km/L 169 bhp 8-Speed (A) Lineartronic CVT
Specs | Features 
Subaru Outback
4 stars - based on 9 reviews
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Subaru Outback 2.5 i-Touring EyeSight (A) Video Review
The Subaru Outback delivers on space, style, and advanced safety systems. Should you pay for this interesting station wagon?
What We Dislike
Difficult value proposition next to the Subaru Forester
CVT transmission
9 Consumer Reviews

A cut above the rest `
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to take a 5th Gen Outback on a week-long road trip and I fell in love with it. The stability, comfort, and safety features made it a joy to drive and I told myself I would definitely have to consider an Outback when getting my next car. Fast forward a few years and the 6th Gen Outback arrived. With so many improvements like the new platform, an upgraded EyeSight system, Nappa leather interior, and many more, I just knew I had to get it. The drive is so smooth, quiet, and comfortable that it doesn't feel like any other Subaru I've driven before. The Outback is quick to respond and accelerates effortlessly, especially when in Sport mode, considering it weighs about 1.7 tonnes. The fuel consumption is admirable, ranging between 12 to 14 km/L (I drive mostly along Upper Thomson Road and Lornie Road), considering its weight and 2.5-litre engine. The Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, Subaru Global Platform, and horizontal layout of the Boxer Engine give the Outback its ability to tackle corners comfortably. The upgraded EyeSight system is extremely useful, especially after a long day. All I have to do is set the Adaptive Cruise Control and turn on the steering assist and the Outback almost drives itself home. Subaru really stepped up their game with the Outback and I'm really glad I made the decision to get one. In short, the Outback is simply...Outstanding.
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Comfortable drive, though a tad boring `
Have to admit that the Subaru Outback has pretty much flew under the radar for me. I've only noticed it after watching the review of it by sgCarMart. The Outback's design is a bit boring, pretty much a typical SUV with plastic panels to make it look more off-road worthy. That said, with Subaru's all wheel drive, I'm quite certain that the Outback will be able to handle some degree of offroading - not that it's important in Singapore though. Inside, the Outback is rather plain, but quality can really be seen from how the bit and pieces fit together, and the texture of the interior trim pieces when you touch them. Driving, it is surprisingly easy to drive, and noise level is better than acceptable. The engine, being an NA one, feels quite lacking in power, even when you mash the throttle, it doesn't go anywhere near as quick as you would expect from a 2.5 litre engine.
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For those looking for something different than a regular SUV `
Really great alternative to your regular SUV. You get a car that is still tall for easy entry and exit, and it still has loads of room for everyone, but looks more like a jacked-up estate.
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Something different in Subaru's stable `
If you're looking for something different than the usual crop of SUVs from Subaru, this Outback will just be it. Basically a raised estate but with loads of equipment.
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