Hi guys, my wife and I have a 2014 Outback Premium with 35k miles on it. We are the second owners of this car, and bought it from a local Subaru dealer about 5 months ago. About 3 months ago we started experiencing an issue with the car where while trying to start the car it would crank noticibly longer than usual and would stutter and almost die out before eventually starting. It happened intermittently at first and never actually failed to start. So we took the car back to dealer 3-4 times and they changed the battery (went from 490 CCA to 520 CCA) and the reflashed the starting for extended crank TSB (did this twice). At one point they told us they tested the vitality of the fuel and it was 2.0 and they said it should be 9.0. They said that means we were using bad fuel. So they recommended a switch in gas stations and run 89 octane which we did for dozens of tank loads. The car is STILL having this issue. I myself replaced the battery again with an optima 700 CCA (desprite for any fix) because I’m at a loss. Does any one have any answers? Thank you.