Review: 2010 Subaru Outback

The 2.5i Touring trim starts at $36,870 (including a destination charge of $875), the price our optionless tester stickered at. Normally test vehicles are loaded with optional goodies, so it was a nice surprise to learn that nothing in the Outback’s cabin cost extra. The model was never known for its cabin quality and comfort. But that’s all changed, at least on the higher-tier trims. Its leather seats are easy on the eyes and the body. The 7.0-inch touchscreen is user-friendly, if a bit uninspiring in both design and functions. There’s also dual-zone climate control, heated front and rear seats along with a heated steering wheel. For the safety-conscious Subaru’s excellent suite of driver assist technology, EyeSight, is standard on the Touring trim.

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