Rugged and strong, the Subaru Outback is an excellent choice. It features a stylish, safe SUV body, can seat up to 5 passengers, and is able to take you anywhere and everywhere. Read on to learn more and to discover if it’s the right vehicle for you.
SUVs are not typically known for being good on gas, but this one will surprise you!
The Subaru Outback gets an impressive 26 MPG city and 33 MPG highway.
The lineartronic continuously variable transmission comes with many excellent features. These include:
- 8-speed manual shift mode
- X mode
- Hill descent control
The Regular Unleaded H-4, 2.5 L engine is powerful and strong.
Rack-pinion steering and a curb to curb turning diameter of 36.1 feet will make for a smooth, easy ride, no matter what kind of terrain or road conditions you’re facing.
TIRE AND WHEEL DETAILS
Your rear and front tires are super strong and powerful at P225/65HR17 with 17 x 7 inch wheels. You’ll also enjoy a tire pressure monitor and a compact spare tire to keep you safe on the road.
The Subaru Outback features a strut suspension system.
Whether you’re tall, wide, or both, you’ll be comfortable in this roomy SUV. In the front seat, relax with 401 inches of headroom, 581 inches of shoulder room, 42.8 inches of legroom, and 55.5 inches of hip room.
The back seat is spacious as well, with 391 inches of headroom, 574 inches of shoulder room, 39.5 inches of legroom, and 54.8 inches of hip room.
CARGO AREA SPECIFICATIONS
Want to load up your vehicle and take a trip?
That’s no problem with the Subaru Outback, which features a cargo area length of 75 inches from the floor to seat 1 and 42 inches from the floor to seat 2. You’ll also have extra storage space with the cargo box, which is 32.1 inches tall.
Drive secure in the knowledge that you’re virtually surrounded by airbags, and so are your passengers. This vehicle features a frontal driver airbag, a front passenger airbag, a front side-body airbag, a front side head airbag, and a rear side head airbag.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Other features to help keep you and yours safe include built-in traction control, a back-up camera, and stability control.
There are also reliable anti-lock brakes for added protection.
The Subaru Outback is more than capable of towing a trailer.
Use a dead weight hitch for a maximum tongue weight of 270 pounds and a maximum trailer weight of 2700 pounds. With a weight distributing hitch, the maximum tongue weight is still 270 pounds!