We have a 1996 Outback that we bought new and now has 170K miles and a 2013 Outback that has 75K miles. Both have been pretty good to own, but I do have concerns about the 2013 lasting a long time. It makes a lot of noise (piston slap?) on startup that I really don't like. Other than that, it has been a great car and we are quite happy with it. Since I do all the post warranty work, I like the engine compartment design that gives you good access to just about everything. You don't even have to jack up the car to change the oil! The headlights are a pain to change, but once you have done it and have some extra plastic fasteners, it goes quickly.
I would recommend that anyone with a Subaru watch the oil level like a hawk and not rely on the low oil warning light. There are many reports of low oil related problems and I know that Subaru has a class action lawsuit against them on that subject.
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