Subaru Outback Gas Mileage | MPGomatic | Where Gas Mileage Matters

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Subaru Outback

Gas Mileage

The (AWD) Subaru Outback is on the Subaru Legacy platform. the Legacy is classified as a mid-sized the Outback is classified as a compact SUV. The Subaru Outbackgas mileage figures are respectable for a AWD SUV, with highway in the mid- to high-twenty mile per (MPG) range.

The Outback was redesigned for the 2005 model

The domestic 2008 Outback and 2.5i are fitted with naturally-aspirated 2.5 liter SOHC four-cylinder Boxer engine, at 170 horsepower (HP) and 170 foot of torque. The Outback 2.5 XT Limited is with a turbocharged variant of the 2.5 four banger Boxer, 243 HP and 241 foot pounds of torque. The top of the Outback R L.L.Bean Edition is with a naturally-aspirated six cylinder engine, producing 245 HP and 215 foot of torque.

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#2 Gloryb on at 8:12 pm

My 2000 Outback averages mpg year round in my varied driving. On a recent highway averaging 65 mph, the mpg was about 28. I no complaints about this summer or winter.

#3 Gregory Lee on at 8:31 pm

My subaru outback drinks gas. It gave 22.5mpg when it had bad front sensor. I was driving around that for whole year.

I replaced it because I didn#8217;t to see #8220;Chk engine#8221; light and was to improve mileage a bit too.

And now even worse. last I put in 4.25 gallon. Gas empty came on at 65 miles. 15.3mpg that possible ?

It#8217;s got one of those 4 wire

Any thing ?

Gregory

#4 Nate on at 3:37 am

Gregory:

First, mileage depends on your The outback commonly uses two Its your decision and responsibility to mechanical changes, but there is a difference between the engines. making sure your has been properly maintained is Many things that with age and use, such as the belt, will make engine work harder they are well-taken care of and every 50-80k miles.

The miles on your car always the mileage on your car, on how well it#8217;s taken of. I advise consulting an Outback

I get the best mileage in my 2000 Outback Sport with 95k on it if I around 3000rpm, and if I keep smooth and calm. Quick requires more power at and so will drop your quite a bit. Idling subtly burn off your as well. Keeping smooth and driving as a standard will not only your vehicles but also its lifespan. Mileage is the energy used to perform the required.

If your style of driving or environment causes you to use more you use more gas for your distance. The you should ask is, #8220;What force the engine to work harder to the same distance?#8221; Then you can too much acceleration, difficult steep inclines, misaligned constant turning, wind? out the physics curves.

Your style of driving and of route is a huge factor to

The best advice I can give you is to authority. There are zillions of with car nerds who know about your car. and service centers love to but keep in mind they love to make money. Do research!

There are plenty of make yours the best there is.

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