This was a 2013 AWD Outback with only 4K miles, no visible damage under the front bumper and no tire sidewall scuffs from hitting curbs. It didn't pull consistently in either direction, it just didn't like to consistently go where it was pointed without lots of steering inputs to keep it there. It was very reminiscent of the "trucky" feel of a 2000 Explorer I was issued as a company vehicle and drove from 0 - 70K miles. Both the new 2013 Outback and that older 2000 Explorer had to be steered a real lot compared to other vehicles. I've owned vehicles like that too (Jeep MJ comes to mind), and I've owned "better" driving vehicles that practically drive themselves - I prefer the latter. Our 2011 AWD Honda CRV has much better all around driving feel, and is effortless from a steering and braking perspective - plus it is far more comfortable. The CRV is probably around the same size cargo-wise, just a taller cargo area for a real dog that has legs. Our 2009 AWD/4WD Honda Pilot is way bigger, much more powerful, and still is more effortless to drive than the 2013 AWD Outback was.