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Picked it up today from the dealer. 2013 Graphite Grey 2.5i Limited. Cold weather package.

Loving it so far! I look forward to posting some pics and sharing my driving adventures with you all!

Lewis
 

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Picked it up today from the dealer. 2013 Graphite Grey 2.5i Limited. Cold weather package.

Loving it so far! I look forward to posting some pics and sharing my driving adventures with you all!

Lewis
Nice - I like the Graphite Grey!
Congrats!!!

Let us know what you think of it after a week or 2.


Had mine (black) almost 2 weeks and just loving it!!
 

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Very cool. I came from a V8 monster and was worried about the 4 cylinder power but it's very responsive and fun to drive! I am also loving the fact that in the 60 miles I put on it today, it reported 28.2 mpg average.....With the driving I did today in my Touareg, I would have only had 16 mpg average...

I will keep everyone posted.
 

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Party on, WIBrewDude! I picked up my 2013 2.5i Limited Indigo Blue Outback on 12/21. About the only accessories I don't have are the Eye Sight and Fob starting options. I've put approx. 600 miles on the car and I loved it having come out of a 2009 Honda Accord stick shift with 155,000 miles on it. No comparison. The Outback is light years ahead of the Accord and I've got a smaller monthly payment. I can't say the Accord was a bad car it's just that the Outback is much more robust. I may test drive a Volvo and Audi wagon with all wheel just to see if there is a $20,000 difference in the ride.......I can't imagine that there is a huge gap. Hard to imagine a bigger bang for the buck than what the 2013 Outback delivers. I was a little worried about the four cylinder, but definitely feels like there is more get up and go then my old Honda. I'll report back at higher mileage intervals and let everyone know if the picture changes. Love it so far!
 
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