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What 2010-2011 Outback model did you buy?

  • 2.5i Base, 6-Speed Manual

    Votes: 66 2.9%
  • 2.5i Base, CVT

    Votes: 104 4.5%
  • 2.5i Premium, 6-Speed Manual

    Votes: 161 7.0%
  • 2.5i Premium, CVT

    Votes: 628 27.2%
  • 2.5i Limited

    Votes: 486 21.0%
  • 2.5i Limited with Navigation

    Votes: 222 9.6%
  • 3.6R Base

    Votes: 12 0.5%
  • 3.6R Premium

    Votes: 69 3.0%
  • 3.6R Limited

    Votes: 292 12.6%
  • 3.6R Limited with Navigation

    Votes: 270 11.7%

  • Total voters
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I special ordered the 2014 premium 6-speed manual. Needless to say there was not a 2014 Outback with a manual transmission on the lot. I was willing to wait (and wait) to get the color I wanted along with my specific option list. I waited something like 4 to 6 months for the car to arrive. Green, manual transmission, puddle lights, factory hitch and aftermarket leather seats put in by a company called Purich in Bogota, NJ. You couldn't get an Outback in 2014 with factory leather seats, as far as I know. I really wanted the leather seats, mainly because they don't stain as easily as cloth. I have a small child... I also had an aftermarket stereo system put in. - amp, new speakers, Pioneer NEX 8000 head unit, and custom subwoofer. The NEX 8000 was not compatible with CarPlay when it was installed in my car, but 6 months or so after it was installed there was a firmware update which included CarPlay. It works, and I do use it sometimes. I go back and forth between completely turning off Siri (which disables CarPlay) and then turning it back on so I can use CarPlay again. My only regret is that I did not get aftermarket COOLED seats. I really would have loved that, and I think Purich does install that sort of thing.

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