Six months in I still look forward to each time I get to drive this car, and my only serious complaint is with Android Auto's broken navigation.
Love my Outback, other than Android Auto. It handles the difficult road at home with aplomb, including during a big snow "event" and is comfortable, handles nicely, holds all the stuff I've needed to carry. The blind spot monitoring and auto-braking/anti-collision are fabulous and they do work - every car should have them. Lane keeping is nice too, perhaps less critical if you pay attention, but comforting when you don't. As a smaller person I found the Outback to be easier to enter/exit than some competitors, and the seating position and visibility was preferable. Originally I scoffed at the powered lift-gate but now I depend on it. I've gotten used to the media/radio features and the touch-screen.
My only major complaint is that Android Auto's navigation doesn't work reliably - I get better results with the phone by itself than plugged into the car - but my old car didn't have Android or GPS, so I'm no worse off, just disappointed. My second complaint is that Subaru, like all brands these days, went overboard with the touch-screen features. Some things such as fan controls *need* to be tactile buttons, as do radio tuning buttons (although one can "scroll" with buttons on the steering wheel). And I gave up on Sirius XM because it drops out under tree cover (like around where I live) but that's a Sirius thing, not specific to Subaru.
I shopped for quite awhile before selecting my Outback (my second Subaru). I think the car is great, some of the electronic doodah enhancements (Android, Sirius) are disappointing. But I bought it as a car first, and as a car for getting me and my stuff around, safely and comfortably, absolutely top marks.