Within the last several months, multiple reports of engine issues have been lodged by those who own or lease the 2016 Subaru Outback SUV. Persistent oil leaks, concerning “knocking” sounds emanating from the engine compartment, and engines that sputter or shut off completely while the vehicles are in motion have all been reported. The manufacturer has launched four distinct safety recall campaigns, but many customers continue to struggle with these recurring engine defects.
The owner of a 2016 Subaru Outback SUV stated that their vehicle’s engine often makes loud, clattering noises while the SUV is in motion. Numerous trips to the dealership have been unsuccessful, and the issue continues to occur on seemingly random occasions. Other drivers have reported that their engines have stalled out without warning, narrowly avoiding a collision in some instances. Reports of excessive oil leakage have also arisen from concerned customers. For now, the majority of these consumers are left waiting for lasting fixes to these recurring issues.
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