Sold! 2004 Subaru Legacy Outback | 110,467 Miles

Feel like climbing mountains? This Outback does…


2004 Outback Sedan for sale


Car Information

Our Price $7,900 $6,500!

NADA Value $8,125
Year 
2004
Make Subaru
Model Legacy Outback
Miles 110,675
Color Titanium Pearl Monotone

 

2004 Outback Sedan for sale


 

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2004 Outback Sedan for sale

Features & Options

  • 3.0L Boxer Engine
  • Automatic VDC Transmission
  • Symmetrical All Wheel Drive
  • World-Famous Reliability
  • Brand New Goodyear All-Season Tires
  • Power Windows & Door Locks
  • Heated Leather Seats


Description

There are many different levels of rarity in cars, ranging from the “I’m parked next to six of them right now” Corolla level to the “FBI will hunt it down and crush it because of FREEDOM” R34-In-America level. This 2004, 3.0R Outback Sedan isn’t quite the Loch Ness Monster, but it’s not a dime-a-dozen Honda Accord either. What it is, then, is this: a rock-solid, handsome midsize sedan with great ground clearance, heated leather seats, and full-time AWD. These sedans, especially in this condition, don’t come along very often. When they do show up, they’re typically snatched up almost immediately. And why wouldn’t they be? They’re extremely capable, comfortable, and dependable cars that are different enough to be noticed and cheap enough to be attainable by just about anyone.


There are many different levels of rarity in cars, ranging from the "I'm parked next to six of them right now" Corolla level to the "FBI will hunt it down and crush it because of FREEDOM" R34-In-America level. This 2004, 3.0R Outback Sedan isn't quite the Loch Ness Monster, but it's not a dime-a-dozen Honda Accord either. What it is, then, is this: a rock-solid, handsome midsize sedan with great ground clearance, heated leather seats, and full-time AWD. These sedans, especially in this condition, don't come along very often. When they do show up, they're typically snatched up almost immediately. And why wouldn't they be? They're extremely capable, comfortable, and dependable cars that are different enough to be noticed and cheap enough to be attainable by just about anyone.

There are many different levels of rarity in cars, ranging from the "I'm parked next to six of them right now" Corolla level to the "FBI will hunt it down and crush it because of FREEDOM" R34-In-America level. This 2004, 3.0R Outback Sedan isn't quite the Loch Ness Monster, but it's not a dime-a-dozen Honda Accord either. What it is, then, is this: a rock-solid, handsome midsize sedan with great ground clearance, heated leather seats, and full-time AWD. These sedans, especially in this condition, don't come along very often. When they do show up, they're typically snatched up almost immediately. And why wouldn't they be? They're extremely capable, comfortable, and dependable cars that are different enough to be noticed and cheap enough to be attainable by just about anyone.

 

There are many different levels of rarity in cars, ranging from the "I'm parked next to six of them right now" Corolla level to the "FBI will hunt it down and crush it because of FREEDOM" R34-In-America level. This 2004, 3.0R Outback Sedan isn't quite the Loch Ness Monster, but it's not a dime-a-dozen Honda Accord either. What it is, then, is this: a rock-solid, handsome midsize sedan with great ground clearance, heated leather seats, and full-time AWD. These sedans, especially in this condition, don't come along very often. When they do show up, they're typically snatched up almost immediately. And why wouldn't they be? They're extremely capable, comfortable, and dependable cars that are different enough to be noticed and cheap enough to be attainable by just about anyone.

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Like all of Rex’s cars, this one does have an interesting history. And, like all of Rex’s cars, it is an absolutely solid car that we’d drive to California and back without hesitation. We This Outback came to us with a salvage title from water damage, which turned out to be very light. The car has been fully serviced with brand new Goodyear all-season tires, fresh fluids, and new windshield wipers, etc. It’s been inspected using the same checklist used on Subaru Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles, and test driven for upwards of 100 miles. Basically, it’s as solid a car as you could possible ask for.

Solid does not equal perfect, however, and there is some standard cosmetic wear that keeps it from the latter description. This young stallion has a very reasonable 110k on the clock, and while it may look and drive like a car with half that, it would be only fair to expect some standard cosmetic and mechanical wear.


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None of that detracts from the overall package, however, and this Outback is rejuvenated and primed for adventure. Like we said, these sedans don’t come along often, and this one won’t stick around for long. And why should it? It’s got reasonable miles, heated leather seats, significant ground clearance, full-time AWD, and it’s all priced below NADA value. Give us a call today and schedule a test drive, you won’t be disappointed!

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