Which should match which? Unless that question can be answered, we need an authoritative tie-breaker.
Wikipedia is a website that services the entire world, not just the US.The Wikipedia article is a trainwreck with respect to the Outback branded cars. The 'editors' there have an 'anything-but-the-US-market-centric' view of cars. Never mind that the Outback brand was made with the US market specifically in mind, and thus the generations should be referred to based on US market standards. There's also semantics of production dates vs model years, which confuses it even more. The lovely Wikipedia editors decided the Outback was 'just a Legacy with some body cladding', which is an understatement of course. Sure, its got most of the same parts, but due to the differences it doesn't line up with the production years of the Legacy its based on. The cross-market confusion grows, and will continue to do so, as Aussies seem to call our Gen. 1 a Gen. 2, because they figure it based on a Legacy generation. As other markets adopted the Outback branding later, I'm sure that'll add more to the problem.
close enough.... YOU need to top off the petrol at the Petrol KIOSK!Anyway, I'm off to go have a look under my bonnet to check my oil, then I'll top off the petrol. Maybe I'll follow that with sorting my spanners. (There, did that sound 'right' enough for a Wikipedia editor?)