Well I wasn't planning on getting another one, however I moved into a new position at work where I get a company car again. Lo and behold, Subaru's are now a company car option. So this was dropped off in my driveway today: 2018 Outback. We are given the Premium trim, but we have the option to pay for additional options. So I opted to pay for Eyesight, nav, and moonroof. I have become a satirical, pessimistic, begrudging Subaru addict. I've liked and owned several of them, but I'm quick to point out the faults (blown head gaskets, terrible interior quality, terrible speakers, rattles, cracked ringlands, etc). I encourage people to shop the market before settling on another Subaru. However for once, I am actually pleasantly surprised by a Subaru. The interior quality for once feels very un-subaru-like in nature. I'm coming from a 2016 Forester XT Touring with every option (including eyesight). However just in the short 15 minutes I've driven the car, there are quite a few improvements on the 18 Outback. Here are some of the neatest features on the 2018: "Ok google"....with Android Auto, you can say "Ok Google" and Google assistant kicks in to answer questions, book calendar appointments, play music, etc. It's awesome. Tire Pressure readouts!!! At last! The gauges finally offer a readout that shows the tire pressure of each tire. The new Eyesight 3.0 seems to be improved (vs Eyesight 2.0 in my Forester). One nice bonus: the car will literally steer itself back into it's lane if you leave your lane. That combined with adaptive cruise...the car darn near drives itself. It seems much quieter on the interior. Google maps spoken directions (via Android Auto) will interrupt the regular AM/FM/XM radio. With other cars where you just have a regular bluetooth media connection, you have to have the head unit on bluetooth in order to hear the spoken directions. Granted this thing doesn't have it all....here are the things I already know I'll miss from the Forester: Turbo Harmon Kardon Radio (the stock speakers in the Premium suck terribly..Subaru hasn't fixed that one yet). Turbo Leg room and my custom Recaro seat Keyless access/pushbutton start The center multi-function display that shows oil temp (edit...found oil temp on the Outback. It's within a screen on the head unit) Did I mention the turbo? HID headlights Plans for my Forester? Well, either my wife is going to take it (ahem, pay me for it) or I'll be selling it outright. If you're seriously interested, hit me up. All-in-all, no complaints thus far for a "free" car! And I feel much more comfortable recommending Subaru's to friends and family.