2020 Outback Limited
In my case, my wife has a 2017 Forester, which we both love, so I thought that would be the choice for my next car when the time came. Over the summer, we had some work done on the Forester and I had the chance to drive a 2019 Outback they gave me as a loaner. I loved it, I'm 6'6", and while I fit in our Forester, there is so much more leg room in the Outback. I find the seat extension helps a lot, and the seats are much more comfortable than in our Forester (a common problem with the 2017 Forester, not sure if it's been addressed in the current model year). I have an Outback Limited, and I use the built in NAV, rather than Android Auto, but I think you can access the radio functionality on the bottom part of the screen since AA and CarPlay only use the top half (maybe someone else can chime in). I would pick the Outback over the Forester if given the choice again, more room being the #1 reason.I’m in a bit of a dilemma, I thought I was dead set on a 2020 Forester touring. I had to order it and it will be here by the middle of December. Unfortunately, I got a little curious and test drove a new 2020 outback limited fully loaded. Which coincidentally has the same features as the touring Forester for about the same price. Has anybody else been through this situation, and what made you choose one over the other?
Also, on the outback with the large infotainment system, if you are using Apple CarPlay, do you still have easy access to the radio or do you have to navigate a bunch of screens?
if any of this has already been addressed could someone please point me in the direction of that thread, I have tried searching but apparently my search abilities are a bit lacking