Subaru recently announced that a continuously variable transmission has increased the fuel efficiency of its Outback models, but those considering used Subaru Outbacks in New Jersey can get similar statistics in older models.
The compact wagon has always come with all-wheel drive as a standard feature, and the combination of “great on- and off-road capability, comfortable space, incredible cargo carrying ability and fuel economy” could interest consumers, according to Tim Mahoney, Subaru senior vice president and chief marketing officer.
A 2005 model could be one option for buyers looking at Subaru Outbacks in New Jersey, due to its expanded size over earlier models, increased ground clearance of nearly 9 inches and greater structural integrity, according to Cars.com.
“Outback sedans and wagons are easy to drive and have extra advantages over the [Subaru] Legacy for driving on less-than-perfect roads,” wrote Jim Flammang in a Cars.com review. “These cars make a satisfying alternative to a sport utility vehicle.”
He added that the acceleration is quick in the Outback which offers combined fuel mileage of around 22 miles per gallon according to EPA estimates.
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