My mom calls me about of the blue to check in on me since I got a cold over weekend but also to ask me about getting another car to replace their minivan as a daily driver. They currently drive a 2005 Sienna I've done all the work on, it's been a good van but they miss their Prius. They are considering a Subaru but I also mentioned to them the new RAV4 Prime is coming out. They are in their late 60s, they do want good MPG but also safety and I think since one of their friends pulling up in a '19 Outback 3.6R with EyeSight and the family who "adpoted" me lives across the street from them with an Ascent piqued their interest. They do have solar panels to anticipate a planned EV purchase - they were spooked by Tesla(and not ready to stomach $50K on a Model 3). So my mom also wants the ADAS. They aren't in a huge rush right now but we'll see if oil prices spike up. I was thinking about steering them towards a 2014-2019 Outback 2.5X Limited/Touring if they can't wait for the RAV4 Prime(or want to pay for a new car note, but they are still planning on financing it anyway). I know about the oil comsumption issues and CVT warranty extension. Supposedly the later FB25s have the oil consumption fixed. How's the MPG on those? I know a friend gets 28-30mpg on his 2012 Fozzie with crossbars installed, it goes down to 22-25mpg with a ski rack installed. Any other issues with that generation of Outback/Forester besides the rings and CVT?