I have a 2011 Outback with the v-6 engine, and now have 156K miles on it. Up until now I have literally had zero issues with this great car. But this past week suddenly a bunch of warning lights came on at once (CHeck engine light, brake, traction control, and the cruise control indicator). Car seemed to run fine, but Cruise Control wouldn't engage, and oddly, in the Auto setting the lights remained on after turning off the engine. My local mechanic said to change the oil, which I did and the problem went away for two days, then returned. Brought it to the Subaru dealer who said it likely is the cam actuator which will cost me about $600 to replace, with no guarantee that this will solve the problem. The service advisor said that if the problem isn't fixed with the new actuator, they would have to open the engine and get into the camshaft to see what the problem is. Up until now this car has been great, but at its age I'm not sure how much I want to spend to get it fixed. $600 I can live with. Several thousand, probably not.