New Subaru Outback Inventory

How the Subaru Outback Can Provide a Fantastic SUV for Seattle Shoppers

There is nothing better than a Subaru when you want an efficient and reliable vehicle that looks great. The Outback is a roomy SUV with superb off-roading capabilities and excellent fuel economy. You will regret not buying it sooner after getting behind the wheel of an Outback for the first time. It's the perfect vehicle for many Redmond shoppers who prioritize quality, style and practicality.

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Subaru Outback Trim Levels

Subaru Outback Base

The entry-level Subaru Outback gives drivers a long list of standard equipment, including LED headlights, hill-descent control and automatic climate control.

Subaru Outback Premium

This version of Subaru Outback provides features like LED fog lights, heated front seats and an 11.6-inch touchscreen for your commute from Woodinville.

Subaru Outback Limited

Outback Limited lends leather upholstery, heated rear outboard seats, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and driver's seat memory settings to make life easier.

Subaru Outback Touring

This is the Outback trim level to choose if you're after ventilated front seats and an upgraded interior that includes leather seating with contrast stitching.

Subaru Outback Wilderness

Subaru Outback Wilderness is perfect if you spend a lot of time off-road. It has a front skid plate, black exterior badging, water-repellent upholstery and an upgraded roof rack.

Subaru Outback Onyx Edition XT

For this version of Subaru Outback, earned is a turbocharged engine that generates 260 hp. It also has unique body cladding that helps it stand out when driving within Seattle.

Subaru Outback Limited XT

If you want the luxury found in the Limited trim level, plus the power of 260 hp, Subaru Outback Limited XT is that proper choice.

Subaru Outback Touring XT

This top trim level has a very similar feature list to Outback Touring, plus the more powerful engine.

Interior Features

The interior quality of the Subaru Outback exceeds the expectations of many Woodinville shoppers because it comes with automatic climate control, manually adjustable front seats and attractive cloth upholstery. Upper trims with synthetic leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats and heated rear seats provide you with an exquisite ride. Impressive tech features make any amount of time driving a Subaru Outback enjoyable. Your commute will feel too short because the available moonroof makes the in-car experience incredible.

Though everyone will enjoy driving a Subaru Outback, it is especially beloved by growing families because it comfortably seats five people. The Outback has a vast cargo area with 32.5 cubic feet of space that jumps to 75.7 cubic feet when you fold the seats. You can carry all sorts of things inside the Outback with this space whether that's grocery bags or luggage for your family vacation.

Performance Features

You have options when buying a Subaru Outback, starting with the powertrain. The first of the two engine options is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder that delivers 182 horsepower 176 pound-feet of torque. You can feel the strength of this engine when accelerating. The second option is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder that generates 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque. Any model you choose will have all-wheel drive and a continuously variable automatic transmission that enhances efficiency and overall performance. The Outback is easy to handle, stays composed when cornering and has accurate steering.

The Outback also comes with stellar fuel economy. The base model gets an EPA-estimated 26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. Models with the turbocharged engine earn an EPA rating of 23 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. These are competitive ratings by any measure, especially when you remember that the Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive is a standard feature.

Safety Features

Anyone who gets behind the wheel of a vehicle should develop safe driving habits. The Subaru Outback has consistently received excellent ratings for safety. Just a few reasons for this include forward collision warning, adaptive pivoting headlights, automatic emergency braking, a head-up display and other standard equipment to help you optimize safety on the road. The rear seat reminder can issue an alert when you exit and leave a passenger in the back seat, which helps prevent children and pets from being left in the vehicle unattended. Any Subaru Outback you choose will also have automatic high beams, pedestrian detection and lane keep assist.

Safety technology in Subaru vehicles has advanced over the years, making it easier to feel confident on the road. Bothell shoppers can add blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, driver drowsiness monitoring and rear collision warning for a SUV that will be perfect for family trips during the summer months. The optional front-view camera system is beneficial because it provides 180-degree visibility, making it easier to park and drive over rocky terrain.

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