The Outback was originally based on the Subaru Legacy. Introduced in the UK in 1996, it was called the Subaru Legacy Outback and had higher suspension to compete with other SUV's. In 2000 the Subaru Outback became its own model known simply as the Subaru Outback.
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We could tell you many things about why we, at K T Green, love the Subaru Outback however a few years ago Jeremy Clarkson wrote a piece pondering the ‘perfect car’ (TopGear magazine, 1 August 2007) "Yet, I look through the lists at the back of this magazine and I can find something wrong with every single model in there. And when you think we’ve had the car for nearly 120 years, I find that a bit depressing. But then I arrived at ‘S’, and sitting there was the Subaru Legacy Outback. I stopped for a moment and thought: “Hmmm…” ...
And to everyone, a Subaru stands as a shining beacon of hope that one day, all cars will be made this way." ... " Plainly, this attention to detail goes further than the door though, because in every survey on reliability, Subaru always comes in the top five.
But it’s not a convertible, I hear you cry. That’s true, but the last version I drove had such a massive sunshine roof, it may as well have been. The Legacy Outback, then, covers more of the bases for more of the time than anything else. And that’s the hardest trick of all. It’s a big, small, fast, economical, well-made, cheap, fine-handling, comfortable SUV that’s not an SUV."
Whilst we have tried to be accurate with the Outback details below there will be cars in the UK that may have been registered in a year that is different to the model year (MY) below.