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Bought a preowned six cylinder Outback 2014 3.6R . Found the original dealer prep paperwork. Shows model ED236. Is that the "basic" Trim ? Carfax showed "Premium" but doesn't seem to be.
 

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plug the VIN into mysubaru.com and it will tell you what the trim level is

I have a premium and it has

Harmon Kardon audio
heated mirrrors
heated seats
power driver seat
fog lights
 

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Bought a preowned six cylinder Outback 2014 3.6R . Found the original dealer prep paperwork. Shows model ED236. Is that the "basic" Trim ? Carfax showed "Premium" but doesn't seem to be.
Just a caution: Model names, e.g., Base, Limited, Premium, Touring, for Outbacks sold in the Canadian market do have the same trim/equipment/options as those with the same name sold in the U.S. market. E.g., "Touring" in the Canadian market was for the next to the bottom trim level whereas in the U.S., it was the top trim model.
 
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