Subaru Outback 2009:

Three different engines, including a standard four-cylinder, a turbocharged four-cylinder, and a six-cylinder, are available for the 2009 Subaru Outback. Both the turbocharged four-cylinder engine and the six-cylinder engine require premium fuel. The turbocharged engine received the most critical reviews due to its potent passing ability and rapid increase. Reviewers didn't seem as rave with the base engine because they claimed it runs out of steam very quickly. It was noted that both automatic and manual gears were available, albeit the automatic transmission received censure for its shorten latency in letup when more power was required. The Outback's base engine and manual transmission get 20/27 mpg in the city and on the highway, properly. Reviewers cited the Subaru Outback's high ground clearance and standard all-wheel drive as two of its best pieces. Reviewers liked the high-end materials used inside, but some said the Outback's back seat can be tight. Behind the back seats of the Outback, there are 33.5 cubic feet of cargo volume, which is a lot for the class. The Outback's standard pieces include roof rails, a six-speaker audio system with a CD player, an extra port, and an adjustable driver's seat. When it was new, it had a dual-panel power moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather-trimmed upholstery, heated front seats, and a navigation system.


  • BODY     Station Wagon
  • MILEAGE             45327 km
  • FUEL TYPE           Petrol
  • ENGINE 2500CC
  • YEAR      2009
  • DRIVE    4x4
  • EXTERIOR COLOR             Gold
  • INTERIOR COLOR              Cream
  • DOORS  5
  • SEATS    5
  • DRIVE SIDE          Right Hand
  • VIN        BR9-003492