The 2008 Subaru Outback is worth checking out if you’re interested in finding a quality used small-size SUV. The Subaru Outback offers a pleasant ride and fast power from the turbocharged engine of your XT Limited.
The Outback offers a good option for smaller families that don’t require as much rear seat capacity as a larger family.
Smaller families will appreciate the 2008 Subaru Outback for its drivability and performance, overall comfort and safety.
The performance will provide a comfortable environment for its passengers, in addition to tackling rough terrain and snowy roads.
A favorite with motoring enthusiasts, the XT Limited comes with a turbocharged 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. Subaru has an SI system that allows the driver to set engine performance for the ride or fuel economy. This feature comes in three styles, smart, sporty or sporty sharp. The Sport Sharp offers a quick and smooth response to throttle settings where the Intelligent is slightly thicker when it comes to acceleration; this mode saves gas mileage.
The 2008 Subaru Outback provides a smooth and elegant ride for its passengers, as well as a more agile handling through twists and turns.
Although there are a large number of trim models available with Subaru, there are standard features on all models.
Some of these features are for higher performance, such as four-wheel drive, but most of these features lead to the area of greatest comfort.
Features such as an MP3 player jack, satellite-ready stereo with CD player, exterior temperature display, automatic locks and windows, keyless entry, and roof rails provide additional benefits for the Subaru driver and their passengers.
Inside you’ll find tastefully done faux wood accents, simple controls, and nice, neat dashboards from which to operate the car. In general, the seats are comfortable, although older teens may find them a bit cramped in the back seat.
With the rear seat in the upright position, you’ll have 33 feet of cargo space behind your passengers. Lower the rear seat and you’ll double the cargo space to 66 cubic feet for plenty of hauling space.
The top-end LL Bean model has a leather interior, as well as a leather and mahogany steering wheel. This model oozes class when it comes to the Subaru Outback.
Now, let’s take a look at some of the safety features Outback offers to provide maximum protection for you and your family.
Front seat side airbags and anti-whiplash headrests keep the driver and front seat passenger safely in their seats in the event of a crash. Additionally, rear seat passengers will be protected with full-length side curtain airbags. And finally, antilock brakes and stability controls are included in the 2008 Subaru Outback.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives it a 5-star rating for frontal and side impact tests.
Because of safety, performance, and comfort, you may find the 2008 Subaru Outback to be a quality choice for you and your family.