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I know that a hair over 650 miles is not much on a 2010 Outback wagon, but I have to say that the more I drive this car, the more I really love it. It's quiet, smooth, fairly quick into traffic and does it all pretty effortlessly. Now when I get 10K on it, I'll see if I can still love it then. But from all indications right now, I don't think there will be any questioning of how great a car this really is.:D
 

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LLBEANSUBIE said:
I know that a hair over 650 miles is not much on a 2010 Outback wagon, but I have to say that the more I drive this car, the more I really love it. It's quiet, smooth, fairly quick into traffic and does it all pretty effortlessly. Now when I get 10K on it, I'll see if I can still love it then. But from all indications right now, I don't think there will be any questioning of how great a car this really is.:D

For me, 12k+ and still hopelessly in love. :10: The 6k trip I took last fall made me a believer.
 

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Yeah, I pretty much feel the same way...My wife is tired of hearing it though.:2:
 

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I'm a couple hundred short of 10K miles and I've stopped talking about how much I like the car, but only because my wife is developing some significant car envy and I can't afford another one yet.
 

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bdeyes said:
I'm a couple hundred short of 10K miles and I've stopped talking about how much I like the car, but only because my wife is developing some significant car envy and I can't afford another one yet.
I'm very afraid of that. My wife is going to want a new car soon in part because of this Outback. I got it with the options she wanted (black color, moon roof,) but then I have trouble letting her drive it because I don't think she'll take care of it like I do (read: be really, really anal about parking and what can be allowed in the car.)

Man I love the car!
 

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:5: I think I got the first unit they built after the UAW got a 50% pay rise! The steering is spot on, the moon roof does not leak, the HK stereo is great, it does not wander in a cross wind.............................
 

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My 2010 is about 4.5 months old and I'm at 10K miles. I love it, I obviously drive a lot and the car is really comfortable, handles well, and did not get stuck once in the winter. My fuel bill has gone down dramatically since I now average 10MPG more.
 

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I second (and third) what everyone has said(except for the wife stuff, I'm not married yet...).

I have a little over 1k miles on mine and am totally in love with it. :10: It is my first Subaru and definetly will not be my last now.

I find myself making excuses to not do things I am supposed to, to go and drive my car. :D
 

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143K on mine and it drives pretty good. When the spring comes, it will drive like new once I complete the suspension refresh with 2014 parts.
 

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Talk about resurrecting the dead! This thread is 10 years old!

o add I will say that after nearly 108,000 miles from new, we are still in love with our Outback~
 

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Bought a 2013 a few weeks ago... 133,000 km on the clock, looks, drives, and feels new.

I've put a couple thousand KM on it already, grin every time I get in it.
 
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