True, you can't beat the Subaru in value. As far a cargo capacity, the xc70 is bigger. I parked next to one a few days ago. Made my car look kinda' small.The_Lizard said:
But then there is the small matter of a $20K difference in purchase price...
ArneH said:Outback 3,0R
max. Power: 180 kW (245 hp)
max. Torque: 297 Nm
Acc. 0-100 km/h, AT: 8,5 Sek.
Wow! I stand corrected. The Sub has a comparable cargo area. Maybe the xc70 looks bigger because the back is squared off :8:.ArneH said:
Cargo-Space: 485 Liter
Cargo-Space max.: 1641 Liter (with reclined seats)
weight: 1814 kg (incl. Driver)
load you can add: 406kg
(max. load is 2220kg)
ride-hight: ? couldn' find...
Cargo-Area width: 1210mm
space between wheels: couldn't find...
Cargo-Space: 459 Liter
Cargo-Space max.: 1649 Liter (with reclined seats)
weight: 1545 kg (+Driver!, i think 75kg is standard) = 1620kg
load you can add: 440kg
(max. load is 2060kg)
Cargo-Area width: 1376mm
space between wheels: 1071mm
Judging by the wheels that would be a 4-cylinder OB and likely an automatic to have a fair comparison. 4-cylinder OB's in the U.S. don't come with LSD's, but I'm not for sure about those overseas though. I know I ripped on Volvo earlier, but mudge brought up a good point- the pre-Ford Volvo's were very nice and not so Eurotrashy IMO. The one in that comparo just plain stunk, couldn't even hope to get up that hill.MaverickOutback said:wondering what model was the outback? i know some models like mine comes standard with limited slip so my question is... does the volvo have limited slip? cuz is sure didn't look like it in that video