2020 Limited XT
Yes and no. Ive been eyeing the Ford Super Duty Tremor... not really the same class of vehicle at all, but would compliment my outback well.
I sold mine after just shy of a year. I didn't lose much money, and I actually saved much more on a barely used xc40 and we're far happier. My parents have a 20 limited and they love it, so ymmv. For me, ultimately, the driving experience wasn't worth the price of admission. Between the abysmal infotainment and the throttle mapping on the turbo CVT, I feel like Subaru bit off a little more than they could chew.It's been 8 months since someone last weighed in. What are people thinking after more time and the software update? I don't think 2021 changed at all so 21 owners could chime in as well. It's a very helpful thread for those of us considering an Outback purchase
That's what you have the roof rack for. Luggage and personal stuff go inside the vehicle.I was in between buying the same model and getting something else. I have a 2 month old 2021 Outback Onyx that I absolutely love. It has everything that I wanted and nothing that I didn't (e.g. Driver Focus and Driver Recognition, etc). I'm going to be installing a 2" LP Aventure lift kit and LP1 wheels with KO2 tires here in the next couple of weeks. I can't wait to make the car that I love even more amazing and capable.
If money were no concern, I'd consider going with the larger Ascent and adding the same lift/wheel/tire combo. I have 2 teenage boys and when it's just the 3 of us, we have plenty of room in the Outback. But, when they're both bringing a friend (or 2), we quickly run out of room. Admittedly, this is a rare occurrence. So, I'll stick with my Outback Onyx indefinitely. And that's how I cast my vote.