The older H6 engine (Porsche-derived) was excellent, if fuel thirsty. Not available on UK sales anymore of course.
Subaru (at Toyota's order) have swapped all gearboxes for torque-sapping CVT's. The engines currently on sale are the old-as-the-hills 2 and 2.5 litre turbo units, which, although not bad in their day, have not nearly advanced anywhere near as much as the competition, and aren't a good match to the CVT losing all of the agricultural grunt that defined earlier models. I have had plenty of problems with the software on the current Outback too - never a problem on the previous gen Legacy for me.
A comparably priced 4-pot petrol Audi A4 offers better performance, comparable drivetrain and significantly better fuel economy than say, an Outback or the hybrid Forester. Servicing costs are of course what they are; but parts availability is significantly higher. (In fact, parts are why I ditched the Legacy - it had got to the point where I had to import from Japan). Off road ability remains the only differentiator; though the clearances aren't really that good on any of the current lineup. Even the forester has pretty poor ground clearance with those big plastic lumps on the bottom edge...
The Solterra is too new to pass judgement on, but as an all-EV it will have all the foibles of EV ownership regardless of what else it does. It's also pretty steep at ~£50k. It's not suitable for my requirements as long as the charging network is, at best, dubious.
And the lineup has been slashed to just 4 models. The levorg was an abject failure with a terrible engine mated to a CVT & questionable value. I don't think more than 2000 have been sold and the model has been dropped entirely.
So, as a long-time fan and owner, I will re-iterate that Toyota have set about ruining Subaru UK. The weak sales figures say it all (not withstanding COVID interruptions - they were poor in 2019).