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6.0
/ 10
On Features
BASE INVOICE
$21,020
BASE MSRP
$22,295
On Features
The 2009 Subaru Legacy Outback lacks some features that buyers have come to expect.
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all Outbacks come fairly well-equipped
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interior standard appointment levels are high
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The 2009 Subaru Legacy Outback doesn't have an especially long—or robust—feature set; even though all-wheel drive is standard, there's still a lot of room for improvement inside.

Edmunds states, "Standard equipment on the base trim includes 16-inch steel wheels, roof rails, air-conditioning, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel...keyless entry, an outside temperature display, and full power accessories." Cars.com reports that all 2009 Subaru Outbacks "come fairly well-equipped with power windows and door locks ... and remote keyless entry"—but little more, which is a disappointment, considering the base 2009 Subaru Outback sticker price. A 440-watt Harman-Kardon premium audio system is newly standard for 2009.

The 3.0R Limited model can be lavishly equipped, yet prices will top $35,000 with a few options. And still, these vehicles are without Bluetooth, standard satellite radio, or iPod connectivity, features that are becoming commonplace in vehicles costing far less.

Conclusion

The 2009 Subaru Legacy Outback lacks some features that buyers have come to expect.

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