Pre-Owned 2020 SubaruOutback Limited SUV

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  • VIN: 4S4BTANC1L3214521
  • Stock: 21306A
On The Lot
at REYNOLDS CHEVROLET BUICK GMC
Location Details
    Odometer
    12,705 miles
    Fuel Economy
    26.0/33.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Autumn Green Metallic
    Interior Color
    black
    Body
    SUV
    Transmission
    CVT Lineartronic
    Drivetrain
    AWD
    Engine
    2.5 2.5L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V
    Subaru Outback
    • Carfax One Owner

    Included Packages & Options

    Included Options
    • Auto-Dimming Exterior Mirror w/Approach Light$242
    • Dome Light LED Upgrade$45
    • Power Moonroof & HSW & Navigation System$2,045
    • Rear Bumper Cover$159
    • Rear Seat Back Protector$104

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel tank capacity: 18
    • Horsepower: 182

    Dealer Notes

    CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. autumn green metallic 2020 Subaru Outback Limited AWD CVT Lineartronic 2.5L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V

    26/33 City/Highway MPG

    Awards:
    * 2020 KBB.com 10 Favorite New-for-2020 Cars

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.1Out of 5
    • Not perfect but very close

      By Matt V on Wednesday, May 19, 2021

      4.0
      Comfortable, quiet ride. Exceptional interior quality in top trim and blows away the Honda and Toyota comparable SUVs. Adequate handling and braking although I wish it was better. Was prepared to be disappointed with the CVT transmission but it's actually fine. Not sure what the longevity will be but leased the car just in case. If you're looking for an SUV but really would prefer a wagon this is it. It's a perfect balance between SUV and wagon. The media center could be a bit simpler but it's not bad in any way. If Subaru would target the Audi Q5 for handling and braking they would steal many sales from the Germans. It's that good. Been driving Audis for twenty years so I know. One last thing, my 2018 Allroad has averaged 28.5 mpg for past 37k miles and I'm only getting 23.5 in the Subaru. That really needs to be improved. Better transmission and gear ratio spacing would go a long way.
    • mixed feelings

      By Relic on Sunday, April 25, 2021

      4.0
      This is my second Outback Touring. I thought that the new technology and new body platform would be great, but I'm not so sure. My previous Outback had absolutely no rattles or squeaks, but this one does--in several places around the dash and the passenger side door, especially. Of course, the dealer couldn't hear any noises. There's also an occasional hesitation when driving. It's almost like the torque converter is disengaging momentarily. The dealer told me that the transmission is still "learning" my driving habits. There was nothing like that in the 2019 Outback. The new screen size is nice, but as I've read, and agree, there are too many menus to go through to get to what one wants. The heated seat controls are just one example. Invariably I will get a warning to pay attention when I am trying to find something on the screen. So far gas mileage is great. On a smooth flat road the ride is very comfortable and on the freeway I like the lane centering feature that my other one didn't have.
    • Great Upgrade to our 2011 Outback

      By WayneB on Friday, May 22, 2020

      5.0
      We replaced our 2011 Outback with a 2020 Outback with nearly identical amenities. The 2011 was our first Subaru and proved to be rock-solid for 150,000 miles so we're hoping the same will be true with this one. I'll start with my my negative comments - 1) the Auto Start/Stop is beyond annoying. Takes a minimum of 3 steps to turn off EVERY TIME YOU START THE CAR. Hoping for a software upgrade that at least moves it to the home page; 2) too many features are driven from the center screen (e.g., HVAC, audio...etc.), which can be hard to see in certain light conditions, making it quite dangerous; 3) way to much focus on fuel economy (we purchased another Outback partially because of its frugality, so I don't need numerous indications of MPG, accelerator depression... etc.). Some of the plastic parts in the back are a little cheap feeling, but at least they don't rattle or vibrate (yet). The dash-board glove-box is a joke - really miss the larger one on the 2011. Still getting used to the myriad of electronic features, so I won't pre-judge. Needless to say - read the book. And again. Now for the good - This 2020 Outback is a pleasant improvement over the 2011. Road handling is much improved (very little body roll and better steering response/feel), fuel economy is improved (32 mpg first tank) even with added horsepower. Interior noise is reduced. Seats are very comfortable (I'm 6/1 250 lbs). Finally, car seats for children can be installed without ruining your fingers and hands (not to mention your attitude for the rest of the day). Also, I change my own oil so the placement of the oil filter is a welcome relief (should be no more permanent scars due to burning the skin off my hands).

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