Subaru Outback Estate car / wagon

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This generation of Subaru Outback has been produced from January, 1998 to January, 2002. We can provide information about 2 modifications of this generation. The car has been produced only with all four wheel (4x4) drive.

This Subaru is available with two petrol engines with displacement from 2.5 to 3.0 litres and power of from 156 to 209 horsepower.
The car is available with both manual (1 version), as well as automatic (1 version) gearbox.

Subaru Outback average fuel consumption in combined cycle is from 9.5 to 10.5 litres per 100km. The most economical Subaru Outback version is , consuming 9.5 litres of petrol per 100km.

Subaru Outback CO2 emissions are from 227 to 249 grams per kilometer. Subaru Outback version with the lowest CO2 emissions is , which produces 227 grams of CO2 per one kilometer.

The best acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h - 8.9 seconds has version, conversely the tardiest one is reaching this speed only in 9.5 seconds.

Lenght of Subaru Outback is 472 cm, it is decent size car. For comparison - Subaru Outback is about 2 cm longer than Toyota Avensis estate car / wagon, but 2 cm shorter than Ford Scorpio estate car / wagon. Subaru Outback gross weight is from 1980 to 2085 kg (depending on modification), this car is about 20 percent heavier than the average for this age and class of vehicles.

This Subaru is slightly expensive - it can be purchased (in Latvia) for around 1400 $. Below you will find more detailed information about Subaru Outback prices and costs.

In user reviews Subaru Outback received average grade 10.0 (from 10), which is good rating, on average cars of this age are rated only 7.6. All authors of reviews would recommend Subaru Outback to the friend.

Subaru Outback modifications

Modification Engine Power Fuel cons. Gearbox
Subaru Outback 2.5B Jan 1998 — Jan 2002 2.5 Petrol 156 HP 9.5 l/100km Manual (5 gears)
Subaru Outback 3.0B Jan 1998 — Jan 2002 3.0 Petrol 209 HP 10.5 l/100km Automatic (4 gears)

Subaru Outback prices

Subaru Outback estate car price in Latvia is from 650 $ to 2600 $.
Comparing to analogical vehicles Subaru Outback price is above average - Subaru Outback is approximately for 26 percents more expensive then average estate cars of this age (compare estate cars 1998 - 2002 prices). Subaru Outback high price can be explained by its quality above average (see below), therefore this Subaru could be reasonable purchase in long term perspective.

YearLowest price ($)Average price ($)Highest price ($)Availability
2001 1100 1800 2600
2000 800 1400 1800
1999 900 1600 2300
1998 650 900 1200

Subaru Outback total costs of ownership

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Subaru Outback estate car features (options)

Percentage of Subaru Outback with corresponding feature (option)

Roof bars (railings)
Adjustable steering wheel
Heated seats
Cruise control
Leather upholstery
Climate control
Metallic paint
Panoramic sunroof
Electrically adjustable seats
Rear parking sensors

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Subaru Outback reviews

Subaru Outback 2000.year Petrol 2.5 litres, Automatic gearbox
Purchase year:2019 (age of car 19 years) Owned for:2`000 kilometers (1 year)
Average fuel consumption: 9.5 litres per 100km (60% urban driving)
Total car rating:
   male, age 51
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