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2011 Subaru Outback 2.5i

Excellent condition Outback with sunroof!


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This 2011 Outback has had the timing belt replaced, a fluid flush. It has heated seats, bluetooth, and has black leather seats. Come on in for a test drive!

The Subaru Outback is the perfect anti- SUV and one of the best-selling wagons in America. It’s as agile as most mid-size sedans, but offers much of the off-road and cargo capabilities of a larger vehicle. It also offers a raised seating position that some consider a just-right balance between that of a car and an SUV. New from the ground up in 2010, the fifth generation Outback remains true to the original concept yet achieves major improvements in the areas of interior room, fuel economy and flexibility. As with all Subarus, the Outback comes standard with Symmetrical All Wheel Drive, a proven system that allows this rugged wagon to conquer the toughest terrain and deepest snow.


The 2011 Outback is a radical departure from the previous three generations, models that where off-road capable, but very car like in appearance. The Outback is now more SUV-like appearance, with thick plastic cladding on the doors, rocker panels and front bumper, as well as larger headlamps and pronounced fender arches. The 2011 Outback is nearly three inches taller and two-inches wider than the previous generation (2005-2009), yet the car’s overall length actually shrinks by one inch. Frameless windows, another shortcoming of former Outbacks, are replaced by fully-framed glass, a design that helps improve body rigidity as well as reduce wind noise. Subaru stretched the rear door allowing easier entry and exit, while up top a clever roof rack features folding cross rails that can be tucked away to reduce wind noise and drag. And, with 8.7-inches of ground clearance, the Outback can tackle just about any off-road condition.


One of the biggest complaints heard by generations of Outback owners involved the car’s tiny back seat. The 2011 model addresses this concern by adding an additional four inches of legroom and nearly three inches of headroom. Fits three, six-foot tall adults in the back seat comfortably and still had space between their knees and the front seat backs. Wide front seats and a reclining rear seat further improve occupant comfort, while upscale models offer power driver’s side lumbar support and leather seating surfaces. The addition of a dash-mounted electronic parking brake allows Subaru engineers to remove the center console handbrake handle, creating more space for water bottles and latte cups.

  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bluetooth®
  • CD Autochanger
  • Cruise Control
  • Floor Mats
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Leather Package
  • Power Steering
  • Sun Roof
  • 2.5L H-4 Engine
  • Automatic Transmission
  • 170 @ 5,600 rpm Horsepower
  • 170 @ 4,000 rpm Torque
  • all wheel Drive type
  • ABS and driveline Traction control
  • 16" steel Wheels
  • Front Heated Seats
  • AC
  • CD Autochanger, AM/FM stereo
  • keyfob (all doors) Remote keyless entry
  • Leather Seats

The 2011 Subaru Outback is a top choice for when coping with nature's fury.It's a superb vehicle on dirt and gravel roads, in the snow, heavy rain, anything that calls of traction and sure-footedness.

The Subaru Outback, now in the second year of its fourth generation, was a unique sport/utility wagon when it was launched 15 years ago.The Outback is a unibody, all-wheel-drive crossover vehicle made in Lafayette, Indiana.Outback was redesigned for the 2010 model year, and there are no significant changes for 2011.

Subaru vehicles address utility as a form of luxury, based on the idea that a functional tool is a thing of beauty.With the Outback, there is the assumption of active outdoor use.

The Outback suspension, transmission and all-wheel-drive system are geared for control, comfort and stability on gravel roads and in inclement weather.All Subarus are all-wheel drive, aiming for sure handling and traction in marginal conditions.That may explain why they are most popular in the New England region, the Pacific Northwest, and mountain states.The engines feature horizontally opposed pistons, the so-called boxer layout that Porsche also uses.This results in strong torque for accelerating up hills while helping maintain a low center of gravity for improved handling.

Year: 2011
Make: Subaru
Model: Outback
Body Style: Cross-Over
Mileage: 185000
Transmission: Automatic
Condition: Used
Price: $9,200
Drivetrain: AWD
Engine: 2.5L 4 Cylinder
Exterior Color: Sky Blue Metallic
Interior Color: Black
MPG: 19 City / 27 Highway
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