Our lease is up on our 2010 Outback 2.5i Limited with Nav. We have really enjoyed it. My wife has had no complaints although I have not been very happy with the suspension and steering feel. Also the nav interface is quite poor. We cross shopped the Ford Escape, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Honda CRV this time around but still felt the Outback is the overall best car for us. I'm very pleased with the improved suspension tuning and the increased low end torque on my test drives. Although not sure the nav is improved from what I've read, just different. We ordered the 2.5i with SAP in white and I'm looking forward to the previously unavailable keyless entry/push button start and seat memory - luxuries I have grown accustomed to on my cars (my wife primarily drives the Outback). Also got puddle lights, side molding, all weather floor mats. I would prefer the 6 cylinder engine for my driving style but again my wife primarily drives it and she preferred the fuel economy over the performance which I can't disagree with. 30mpg on the highway in this size car with AWD is impressive. Paid under invoice plus got $1500 of equity from our low milage 2010 lease so even though Subaru does not have great lease rates pricing turned out to be pretty reasonable. I think we will enjoy this outback even more.