Subaru Outback 2009

Subaru Outback 2009 has three engine options: a base four-cylinder, a turbocharged four-cylinder, and a six-cylinder. Both the turbocharged four-cylinder engine and the six-cylinder engine require premium fuel. Reviewers liked the turbocharged engine the most because it had strong passing power and was quick to get going. Reviewers weren't as impressed with the base engine, saying that it quickly runs out of steam.  Subaru Outback 2009 Both manual and automatic transmissions are available, but critics said that the automatic was slow to downshift when more power was needed. The Outback's base engine and manual transmission get 20/27 mpg in the city and on the highway, respectively. Reviewers said that the Subaru Outback's standard all-wheel drive and high ground clearance are two of its best features. Reviewers liked the high-end materials used inside, but some said the Outback's back seat can be tight. The Outback has 33.5 cubic feet of cargo space behind the back seats, which is pretty high for the class. The base Outback comes with a six-speaker stereo system with a CD player, an auxiliary jack, roof rails, and a driver's seat that can be adjusted in height. 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. Wheels Spanner