In most respects I like my 2015 Outback very much, but I, like clearly MANY other late model Subaru Outback owners have been negatively impacted by Subaru's decision to significantly under-size the batteries they place in these vehicles. I haven't looked, but I suspect this issue exists with the remainder of the Subaru fleet as well. I am curious if anyone knows of, or has attempted to initiate a class action lawsuit against Subaru? In three years, I have been left stranded in my garage too many times to count. My local Subaru Service Department's answer was to drive my car more as it often sits not driven for a week or so. My old 54 Chevy truck sits for months sometimes and starts right up! I believe that in this new era of having more and more power consuming components and systems installed in our vehicles, to include those that consume power even when the vehicle is not in operation, that manufacturers would understand the need for more battery capacity. Instead, for whatever reason, they chose to install the smallest battery possible in terms of cranking amps and reserve. Anyone else think this is a good idea, and if so, are there any lawyers in the group interested in making this happen?