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2015 Subaru Outback Summary


Final Word

The fifth-generation Subaru Outback adds a number of refinements that enhance its appeal for all-around use. Interior noise is down, there’s more room inside, telematics move closer to contemporary standards, and dynamics are improved thanks to extensive chassis enhancements. The fun-to-drive index is modest in ordinary pavement driving, but off pavement the Outback is a bulldog, capable of getting to those remote areas where traffic noise is nil and the impact of industrialized America is all but absent.

Tony Swan filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report after his test drive of the Outback outside Portland, Oregon.

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