About The Subaru Outback
In the early 90s, an emerging class of rough and rugged compact SUVs like the Jeep Cherokee XJ, Ford Explorer, Chevrolet S-10 Blazer, Jeep Wrangler YJ, and Toyota 4Runner was taking the U.S. market by storm as consumers welcomed the extra space over traditional sedans and more nimbleness over full-size SUVs.
With its release for the 1995 model year, the Subaru Outback set out to prove that wagons weren't just for hauling the kids. They could be spacious, well-apportioned, fuel efficient, and most of all, sporty.
Subaru released the fourth generation Outback for the 2010 model year, like this example for sale. The new Outback increased ground clearance, offered a CVT transmission in addition to automatic and manual, and both diesel and gas-powered engine options. The fourth generation Outback won Motor Trend's Sport/Utility of the Year Award for 2010 and Ward's Automotive Group's 2010 Interior of the Year award.
Subaru Outback: Your New Overland Rig
The fourth-generation Subaru Outback offers a capable, reliable, and safe on-road daily driver, but if you love camping or are entering into a more outdoors lifestyle where you're encountering snow, mud, uneven terrain, or ice, this Outback for sale offers a fantastic platform for overland exploration with factory features like the 170 hp. 2.5L Boxer engine, active all-wheel drive with electronically controlled variable transfer clutch to distribute power to where traction is needed, four-wheel independent suspension with MacPherson front struts and double-wishbone rear, 4-wheel disc brakes, 8.7 in. of ground clearance, integrated roof rails, 71.3 cu. ft. cargo space, and 2,700 lb. towing capacity for when you're ready to upgrade to a trailer camper or require around-town towing.
Plus, the Outback's robust aftermarket support allows you to modify and customize your needs as you learn and grow into the lifestyle. Once you take to the trails and determine that your needs call for upgrades like additional clearance, undercarriage protection, lighting, or interior or exterior storage options, there are high-quality and time-testing options that scale based on your needs and budget.
Need a little inspiration? Check out these popular Outback builds:
Features & Specifications
This fourth-generation 2010 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited offers a clean CARFAX indicating two owners and comprehensive service history. The seller also has detailed service records from 105,000 mi. onward. Additionally, the seller completed the factory-recommended 150,000 mi. maintenance interval in 10/2023 and furbished new tires with a 70,000 mi. warranty in 11/2023.
This 2.5i Limited is finished in Cyprus Green Pearl, and offers Subaru's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, 2.5L Boxer engine, Lineartronic CVT, and leather-trimmed upholstery. The seller notes an aftermarket Pioneer headunit has been installed.
- 2.5L Boxer Flat 4
- CVT Automatic w/ Manual Mode & Paddle Shifters
- 155k mi.
- Active All-Wheel Drive
- Factory-Rated 22/29 mpg.
- Traction Control System (TCS)
- Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC)
- 170 hp., 170 lb.-ft. Torque
- 2,700 lb. Towing Capacity
Features & Options:
- Clean CARFAX
- New Tires
- 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
- Fog Lights
- Body-Colored Side Mirrors
- Rear Window Wiper
- 17 in. Premium Wheels
- 10-Way Power-Adjustable Driver's Seat
- 4-Way Power-Adjustable Passenger Seat
- Leather Upholstery
- Automatic Headlights
- Roof Rails & Crossbars
- Reclining Rear Seats
- 71.3 cu. ft. Maximum Cargo Space
- All-Weather Package (Windshield Wiper De-Icer, Heated Side Mirrors, Heated Front Seats)
- Pioneer Stereo
- Android Auto / Apple CarPlay
- Tow Hitch