2011 Subaru Outback for Sale in Tucson, AZ

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$12,998 100,090 mi.

2011 Subaru Outback 2.5i

Fair Price
CarMax Tucson
(520) 829-4548
3.5 (5 reviews)
7 mi. from 85737
  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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(520) 829-4548
by Susan Jones from Tucson
June 14, 2018
Excellent customer service. Lots of inventory. Prices are fair. I would recommend new customers to dealership. Friendly group people. Would come back again thank you.
Great Car
by MtnPerson from Colorado
December 23, 2018
This is a super comfortable car. The driver’s seat adjusts every which way so you can be comfy. Plenty of leg room in the front and rear. Lots of cup holders too!
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$17,995 63,000 mi.

2011 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited

Fair Price
Jay Auto Sales
(520) 399-7663
4.9 (31 reviews)
12 mi. from 85737
  • Ext. Color: Red
  • Int. Color: Beige
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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2009 Blue Subaru
by Michael from Tucson
August 14, 2018
I watched this vehicle for more than a week as I moved from Florida to Tucson. Having done quite a bit of homework this one was low mileage good deal, good color, great condition. But the AC was weak after purchase and Jay's had the system serviced and its cold as ice now.
I love this car
by Judi5 from Newton, MA
December 21, 2018
My Outback is sturdy, dependable, comfortable and, as far as I'm concerned, really cool. It handles really well in the snow and is rugged enough so I feel comfortable driving just about anywhere, yet luxurious enough to enjoy long distance trips at the wheel. It is also very highly rated for safety, which makes me feel more comfortable driving my family around.
$8,849 159,325 mi.

2011 Subaru Outback 2.5 i Premium

Great Deal
Thoroughbred Nissan
(888) 403-0939
4.8 (70 reviews)
14 mi. from 85737
  • Ext. Color: Gray
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: CVT
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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New Murano
by Sam & Barb from Tucson, AZ
August 9, 2018
Absolutely the best experience ever!! Tim Kaas was just wonderful & very thorough, no pressure at all, & Mike Orth in financing was just great! Everyone made us feel comfortable thru the whole process. 5 stars +
Not a Bad Choice But Requires Maintenance
by Greg4Subie from Richmond, Virginia
October 15, 2018
Love these car- lots of cargo space with good fuel economy. However, the headlamps were constantly burning out- until Subaru extended the repair at no cost, but really was inconvenient, and I was pulled over a few times for it. My 4cyl had timing belt(s), and had to be replaced twice (so far), due to the maintenance- very expensive at the dealership. The CV boots were replaced from wear, and the sparkplug seals deteriorated- causing motor oil to leak into the sparkplug housing. My Outback was a standard shift- and I have had to replace the clutch once- I have never ever had to replace a clutch in any car I have ever owned. My 2011 Outback was a "Check Engine Light" nightmare which included replacing the O2 sensors, and the catalytic convertors - very expensive. All of these repairs were performed by a Subie mechanic- but not the dealer. These are very expensive repairs at a dealership. Tires can be a bit of a problem for cupping- so I rotate every 5K- and that seems to correct the issue. This is my second Subie, and the first one ran over 360K miles. However, they can be costly to maintain- and that's with me performing a lot of the maintenance myself. I currently have over 210,000 miles on the car, and would like to keep it another year at least- hopefully to get some of the repair cost back. I plan to replace the Outback in a year, and will most likely purchase another Subaru. I understand the new models do not have a timing belt, and they no longer offer the manual trans. Other issues common to the Outback includes the head gasket (fingers crossed), my mechanic tells me it's a common issue for the boxer engines. The Outback is an awesome choice for a small/mid SUV. It gets great gas mileage, has lots of cargo space and can handle just about any weather condition. Besides looking at the new Outback (2018, 2019), I am also looking at the Toyota RAV4, and Honda CRV, and the Subaru Forrester (2019). If you purchase a used Outback, make sure you know the service history. If the car has not been maintained, you can end up spending a lot of money after purchase.
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