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2020 thru current Outback Owners! Please report your Model and recent Gas Mileage! Thank you!

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Too much time on my hands, and curious as to what mileage (MPG) you are getting?
Seems like the Turbo Mileage not as good as advertised, but there is also a break in period which includes fun time pushing the engine.
I'm still 70% in favor of a Blue Onyx XT, with a Blue Limited at 30%
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9808 miles on the odometer; 209.0 miles driven this tank; all urban stop and go traffic and short trips with a cold engine. 20.49 MPG.
 

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2021 OB Limited 2.5. Approximately 1.5 years and 18,000 miles on the clock. On the highway, at around 65 [mph] average speed set on cruise control, I am getting around 39 [MPG] in the summer time. It does take about an hour of driving on the highway to reach that number. My guess is that colder engine temps at the beginning if the trip leads to poorer performance that improves. I am impressed with the gas mileage.
 

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2021 OB Limited 2.5. Approximately 1.5 years and 18,000 miles on the clock. On the highway, at around 65 [mph] average speed set on cruise control, I am getting around 39 [MPG] in the summer time. It does take about an hour of driving on the highway to reach that number. My guess is that colder engine temps at the beginning if the trip leads to poorer performance that improves. I am impressed with the gas mileage.
That's amazing fuel mileage. I have a 2021 Touring 2.5i (just 9800 miles on the odometer) and the best we've gotten on the highway at around 60 - 65 MPH is 31 - 33 MPG. Waiting for the car to be a bit more "broken in" but hoping we'll pull down some good fuel mileage, especially for in-town driving as the engine wears in.
 
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