2002 Subaru Outback


  • Engine
    3.0L H-6
  • Power
    212 @ 6,000 rpm
  • Transmission
    4-spd auto w/OD
  • Drivetrain
    all wheel
  • Monthly Payment 
  • Seating
    5 passengers
  • Cargo
    68.6 cu.ft.
  • MPG 
    20 City / 26 HWY
  • Market Price (Fair)
    $4,930 - $6,030
  • Invoice Price 
  • Warranty
    36 months/36,000 miles


Having released a six-cylinder Outback last year, Subaru has further expanded the line for 2002 with two additional six-cylinder models.Four-cylinder Outbacks continue nearly unchanged.

With either engine, Outback offers an attractive alternative to a bulkier, truck-based sport-utility.Even the powerful six-cylinder versions rate 20/26 mpg city/highway, and while that's not exactly economy-car territory, it's significantly better than the 15/20 mpg you can expect from even a mid-size SUV.Four-cylinder Outbacks deliver more than adequate performance, and get 22/27 mpg.

An Outback won't wring your wallet dry, and it it'll ride and handle much better than a truck.Yet it will give you a tall seating position, large cargo capacity, and foul-weather capability.In other words, the Outback will give you most of the positive attributes of an SUV.Unless you're genuinely interested in serious off-road adventure (and most SUV buyers are not), the Outback gives you everything you need.It works great on wet pavement, dirt roads, and on snow and ice.It's even fun to drive on dry pavement.And isn't that really where you drive most of the time?.

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