Subaru might have the larger Ascent and the sportier WRX, but it's the Outback that has come to define the brand. Rugged yet road-ready, this adventure wagon has come to be the de facto choice of outdoorsy enthusiasts who need their trail rig and daily driver to be one and the same.
Lower trim levels are only available with the base 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 175 horsepower and 174 pound-feet of torque. In order to get the 256-horsepower 3.6-liter six-cylinder, you have to opt for the range-topping 3.6R Limited trim level. Read more »
The Outback is available with a 170-hp naturally-aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder with a six-speed manual transmission (or optional six-speed CVT), or a new for this year, 3.6-liter six-cylinder with a five-speed automatic transmission. The CVT and automatic transmissions feature a manual mode with paddle levers on the steering wheel. Limited models feature leather seating, a six-disc... Read more »
The Subaru Outback has been redesigned for 2005. Exteriors are sharper, more stylish, less boxy. More important, the new models are larger outside, and roomier in many dimensions inside. The interior design is more contemporary, more attractive, more comfortable and more luxurious than before. The cars are lighter and more stable than before. They handle... Read more »
Subaru's Outback Wagon has been redesigned and re-engineered for 2000. The new one is a bit longer and wider than the previous model. A fresh interior is sportier and more conveniently laid out for the driver. Yet the Outback retains its versatility: part sport-utility, part car. Subaru's Outback is a hybrid that handles both on-road... Read more »
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