2007 Subaru Outback consumer reviews

$21,495–$24,595 MSRP range
side view of 2007 Outback Subaru
94% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.4
  • Reliability 4.5
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4.7

Not a Subaru Convert? You Will Be.

Never thought I would drive a Subaru, but fell in love! Great for all driver heights, amazing gas mileage, a surprising amount of power, and a good feeling of control. No complaints!

4.4

Excellent family car

This car was perfect for transporting kids, dog, stuff, for life and trips, as well as regular work-related trips. With a roof rack and carrier, this car is a substantial transporter, and has great style and reliability.

4.7

It's a perfect car for college students!

This car is really well-made for young people. It's very comfortable, though not too stylist or anything. Gas is good, and it's very stable with price and all.

3.9

Good, reliable car

Liked this car, it got room and it’s the most stable car on road. It’s technically reliable car, I both it use with over a 140000 mileages and didn’t spent almost nothing on fixing it.

5.0

Love. It's what makes a Subaru a Subaru

Let me start out by saying that Subaru's are by far my favorite cars to drive. The all-around package this car features is tremendous. I previously drove a 2006 Honda Pilot before purchasing the Subaru and this car wipes the Pilot out by a long shot. The handling is one of a kind and the gas mileage is fantastic. I purchased this car with 108,000 miles on it, so normally I would be very hesitant. However, knowing that it's a Subaru, I was very confident in my purchase given the reliabilty and amazing resale value these cars have. I have the Outback Sedan and the legroom for me is perfect and way more than the Pilot had which is crazy considering how much bigger the Pilot is. The seats are extremely comfortable as well. Subaru's are built to last and as long as you maintain them, they'll run for a very long time. I can't say enough good things about this car.

4.7

Will be a Subaru Owner for life

This was my first Subaru and I now know the reason why they say 'Love is what makes a Subaru a Subaru'. I love this vehicle and am planning on purchasing only Subarus for the rest of my life. I personally really like this vehicle's versatility. It handles like a sedan for easy parking and in-city commuting just as well as it handles on dirt and unplowed winter roads. The ample storage space increases the versatility of this vehicle as well. 33.5 cu ft trunk with all seats up and 65.4 cu ft in rear with back seats down makes it perfect for moving, grabbing groceries, and even putting a mattress in the back and sleeping in the thing- to which the roof rack comes in handy, opening up even more storage options. I've also never had any major issues with this vehicle. Other than needing to replace an O2 sensor (which is a common problem in most vehicles with over 100,000 miles on them), regular oil changes, tire rotations, and genuine love for this vehicle has proven an effective way to keep this beast running smooth. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a safe, versatile, reliable, and truly fun vehicle to fall in love with.

4.7

Amazing car

The car is everything you could ask for and amazingly versatile. On roads, it handles like a champ, and the 250hp engine is a fun ride, making you faster than most of the cars you’ll encounter. The SI-drive system allows you to drive slower and more economically in heavy traffic, and sports allows you to pass any car you come across, or have a more fun experience. The AWD system is amazing both off road and in the snow, and the storage space is beautiful.

5.0

Fan of East Granby Motors

It's a great car and I bought it at East Granby Motors after they serviced my old car for several years! The 1 year warranty was great but I haven't had to use it.

4.1

Good mpg AWD wagon

Enjoyed this car and always had the scheduled maintenance done on time, so I was very disappointed when the engine started leaking oil in numerous locations after only 135,000 miles. Almost all miles were highway miles. Always heard about these cars running for several hundred thousand miles with no major problems. The price to put a new engine in or rebuild it was not worth it. I lost my confidence in Subaru and did not want to risk something else major failing.

4.9

Excellent, reliable vehicle.

I've owned my 2007 Outback for about two years and it has never let me down. Fully capable of doing everything I asked of it. The 2.5i is surprisingly peppy for a 4 cylinder, and the manual transmission makes it a blast to drive.