Pre-Owned 2020 SubaruOutback Premium Sport Utility

  • VIN: 4S4BTACC0L3241244
  • Stock: CP1897
    Exterior Color
    Gray
    Interior Color
    Titanium Gray
    Odometer
    21,000 miles
    Fuel Economy
    26/33 MPG City/Hwy
    Body
    Sport Utility
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Drivetrain
    AWD
    Engine
    2.5L 4
    Subaru Outback
    • Carfax One Owner

    Detailed Specifications

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

    Dealer Notes

    PRICE DROP FROM $35,995, FUEL EFFICIENT 33 MPG Hwy/26 MPG City! CARFAX 1-Owner, GREAT MILES 21,000! Heated Seats, Onboard Communications System, iPod/MP3 Input, Satellite Radio, AWD, Alloy Wheels, AUTO-DIMMING MIRROR W/COMPASS

    KEY FEATURES INCLUDE
    Heated Driver Seat, Back-Up Camera, Satellite Radio, iPod/MP3 Input, Onboard Communications System. Subaru Premium with Magnetite Gray Metallic exterior and Titanium Gray interior features a 4 Cylinder Engine with 182 HP at 5800 RPM*.

    OPTION PACKAGES
    Part number H501SSG203.

    A GREAT TIME TO BUY
    Was $35,995.

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    Horsepower calculations based on trim engine configuration. Fuel economy calculations based on original manufacturer data for trim engine configuration. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4Out of 5
    • Touring XL is the BEST!!!

      By Offwegomom on Saturday, December 11, 2021

      5.0
      Did a lot of research when we needed to trade our civic for a better car. Needed good rear legroom, heated rear seats, and adaptive headlights. With the touring trim, you also get a hands-free liftgate, napa leather, and air-conditioned front seats. With the turbo, it is just as quick as any other car, and never have to worry about power. I am a weaver, and do some craft shows, and EVERYTHING fits into this car. Our adult child fits just fine in the back seat, as do grandma and grandpa. With three, it is a little less comfortable, but totally doable. This is quiet, has an awesome sound system, and driving at night is a breeze. Glad to be "sharing the love".
    • 3rd time is not a charm

      By Kelly on Wednesday, July 28, 2021

      3.0
      We bought an '18 Limited and fell in love. We bought a '19 3.6R Limited and were even more in love. We traded the '18 on a '21 Touring XT 3 months ago and wish they would take it back. The car has been PLAGUED with infotainment problems. I HATE that every single control is trapped behind that stupid screen. And when the screen blacks out, I have ZERO control of climate, bluetooth, radio, NOTHING. And I've already had my radio replaced once because that was supposed to fix the problem and the problems still continue. If I could get rid of this now, I would. I am told over and over again that Subaru is working on a fix that could be out in the fall. There is WAY TOO MUCH BEHIND THE SCREEN. Then there is this garbage driver monitoring system that sometimes recognizes you and sometimes doesn't. Or sometimes it recognizes you when you get in and then forgets about you somewhere along the ride and by the time you get to your destination. I HATE the jerkiness of how the engine restarts at stop lights. Not smooth at all. Lastly, I can't imagine what the pick up must be like in a standard engine. The Turbo does offer some pep, but it still doesn't compare to the pep of my 3.6R. I'll take that engine any day. I'd love it if Subaru would just buy it back from me at this point so they could pull it apart and figure out what the heck is wrong with it. On a positive note, the seats are much more comfortable compared to my '19 and I wish I could have seats like that in my '19. That's about all that is better. So hugely disappointed to have finally splurged. For what? Not sure that I'll be buying any more Subarus.
    • 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.
      

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