Having the Subaru Outback inspected prior to purchase eliminates the hassle of dealing with costly repairs later. A buyer should check the vehicle’s service history report, which highlights whether the car has undergone ... More »

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The most common complaint from professional car reviewers about the Subaru Outback is the lack of power from its available engines. In addition, some owners of older models report problems with hesitation during accelera... More »

Used parts for used Subaru vehicles are available through Car-Part.com or Rancho Subaru Recycling in Rancho Cordova, California. Car-Part.com offers inventory searches for used Subaru parts through a large database of au... More »

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Replacing a tire on a Subaru Outback generally involves using a lift jack to raise the vehicle and wrench to remove the lug nuts. Owners can then take off the wheel and tire and either install a spare tire or a wheel wit... More »

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The Subaru Forester is smaller and less expensive than the Subaru Outback. The Subaru Forester is a small SUV, while the Subaru Outback is a station wagon. Each vehicle has different engine options, and the Subaru Forest... More »

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The 2015 Subaru Outback wagon features a 2.5-liter, flat four-cylinder engine and continuously variable-speed automatic transmission. The car seats five people and gets an estimated 25 miles per gallon in the city and 33... More »

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Some common problems with the Subaru Outback include failure of clutch at low mileage, failure of the head gasket, oil leakage and a shutter on acceleration. Other problems include engine failure, faulty engine light, tr... More »