Join Date: Sep 2012
Car: 2017 3.6R Limited with EyeSight
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
The actual reason we bought the 3.6R bases Outbacks was exactly so the we didnt need higher than 87 octane.
Gas prices will go up again and high-octane fuel always costs significantly more.
It would be really cool they if eventually have a decent hybrid version of the car. However, given that they have such a hard time getting the electronics of the dashboard and the stuff right… I also would wait a few years before I purchased one of those.
I love the concept of this new car, I just know you need to wait three years to buy one.
I’m not saying that Subaru won’t make it right in the case of anything major, but what they deem as the smaller stuff, like the infotainment center, might never get fixed [as happened with the 2013/2014MY Outback]. ( People always say things like go get yourself a Garmin, but the real point is that when you spend 40,000 bucks for a car that should work without an issue or the manufacture should put out updates.)