We’ve had two instances in the last year that we’ve gone to start our 2017 2.5 Limited Outback (25k or so miles) only to find the battery was too dead to start the engine. Each time the car had not be driven, or started, for about a week. And each time putting on a charger at 6A for about an hour brings it back to life and everything seems normal. The first time it happened we took it back to the dealership where we purchased it new in 2017. They could find nothing wrong.\n\nIs it just me or should you expect a “newer”, high quality car like the Outback to reliably start even after it has been sitting idle for a week, or even two or three?