2015-16 Outback 3.6R would be my vote. Get one with low miles or make sure it’s been maintained well.
Mine has 140k and I’m about to lift it with Rallitek overload springs and Bilstein B6 shocks. Probably the best car I’ve owned.
it would have to be pretty cheap for me to buy a 4cyl. Subaru.
All I can say is that my 3.5TT F150 makes noticeably more torque with premium and I’ve read enough about low speed pre-ignition to stick with it. It gets slightly better fuel economy, the few times I’ve checked, but not nearly enough to pay for the cost differential.
I just drove a Wilderness for a week in SLC & Park City, Utah.
I daily drive a 2015 3.6R, so keep that in mind during this review. I thought I would come back from this week ready to upgrade, but that is not what transpired.
I loved the way it looked (ours was white), but immediately, all 4...
For Spring Break 2021, we went to the New River Gorge in West Virginia, which had recently become a National Park. The weather was borderline, but we made the best of it, did a LOT of hiking, and had some good family time.
The boys scratching off their maps for the states that we...
I'm selling our 2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited with just under 138k miles. I am asking $19k <price reduced>, with all of the parts included, and it is located in Georgetown, Kentucky. The Outback has a few door dings, but otherwise is in very good condition. Most of the mileage (over 134k)...
I think a lot of people wanted diesel F150s before gas and diesel engine efficiency and performance got as close as they have.
in Bronco news, my local dealer had about 8 to 10 of them when I stopped in last Friday.