2011 Tacoma TRD Sport Double Cab Long Box
Agreed. My 2004 is silver and despite about a billion nicks, scratches, etc. you don't see most of them unless you are close to the car and are intentionally looking for imperfections.I the best photos are probably Subaru's and the site below should help. Note the links to interior and exterior photos.
Subaru 2013 Outback research webpage- specs, options, colors, photos, and more
There are a lot of these cars around me via two in the family, my association with IMBA, trail work, and being a ski area director. Also plenty of older Outbacks. The nicest looking ones at one level are the colors that don't become dated. For exterior the white, silver, and lighter colored cars are best about not showing dirt and scratches. The off black will show dust and the tan will show grime.
I chose silver to make a break with 28 years of white cars and because I'd rather wipe off dust than scrub or forever live with grime and stains. My 80 y.o. mother in law does fine with the pretty light color. I don't know if your life style would make one choice better and enjoy!