Sustained, higher gas prices can take the wind out of SUV sales, causing buyers to consider their options. The search for sport-utility alternatives is leading many to look at crossover vehicles, and the Subaru Outback wagons are a prime example. Part small station wagon, part sport-utility, these hybrids make a lot of sense for a lot of people. They offer many of the virtues of an SUV-four-wheel drive and cargo capacity-while avoiding their vices-wallet-sapping gas mileage and daunting dimensions. Subaru is no stranger to this turf. The company has a long history of building small, economical wagons and is a world leader in all-wheel-drive expertise. For 2001, Subaru showcases its latest performance and technology in the new Outback H6-3.0 VDC. This new flagship model features an all-new 3.0-liter H6 six-cylinder engine, and benefits from a new VDC electronic stability control system. The net effect of all this new hardware is more power and control in a practical, well-equipped vehicle.
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