2001 Outback Owner Reviews (3)
300,000 and still going strong
I've owned several Subaru's over the years, always buy used, and have never been disappointed. My favorites so far have been two 2001 Outbacks. Both are the V6 3.0 versions, one with the McIntosh stereo system and the other is the LL Bean. Both had high mileage at purchase but each had the timing chains had been replaced on each right before purchase and other than a few other repairs like air conditioning, CV Jt. replacement, we are debt free with these cars. We love the luxury of these cars, the ride and comfort are awesome, and both were maintained excellently from previous owners. The LL Bean has 300,000 miles the other VDC version has 225,000 and are still running great.We will always seek out Subaru as our car of choice, they handle better than any car we've ever had in snow especially, but make great family road cars and running around town vehicles.
Love My Subi
AOL user 2011-01-04 20:15:19
This car has only required oil changes, brakes and the usual belt changes etc. My outlay so far, at 99,800 miles has been less than $2500. I love my Subi! I can see myself driving this car another 100,000 miles. It has only one small dent, otherwise it looks brand new. The siding they put on the 2001 is perfect for the grocery carts, it just doesn't take the dents that other cars do. When I purchased the car, I immediately put a leather bra on and it has protected the hood. I also put on a wind protector on the sun roof to silence the sound. Otherwise I have done nothing else besides wax it, drive it, enjoy it, and give it the usual oil changes and tires.
Review of 2001 Subaru Outback
AOL user 2010-01-11 09:46:55
our outback is a 2001 the plan is for me to buy a 2011- (have acar for ten years). some would say impossible however a sub is by far the best car- we have 185,000 miles on it. i love love love this car.i will own another when the time comes. i really want to see 200,000. i am sure i will.
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