Subaru Outback review

Category: Estate car

Section: Introduction

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Introduction

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If you look back at some of the most notable people in history, they often went against the norm to achieve greatness. In the world of cars, Subaru hopes you’ll think the same with its Outback – the norm here being the UK’s current penchant for SUVs, the potential greatness being its jacked-up, off-road-focused estate car.

Butch estates aren’t quite as niche as they once were, though, because the Outback has competition from rivals such as the Audi A6 AllroadMercedes-Benz E-Class All-TerrainVolvo V90 Cross Country and the Skoda Octavia Scout.

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RRP price range £33,995 - £39,495
Number of trims (see all)3
Number of engines (see all)1
Available fuel types (which is best for you?)petrol
MPG range across all versions 39.8 - 39.8
Available doors options 5
Warranty 3
Company car tax at 20% (min/max) £2,347 / £2,743
Company car tax at 40% (min/max) £4,694 / £5,486
Available colours