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Subaru Outback Reviews

2019 Subaru Outback Wilderness GreenSubaru is one of those brands that gives off the appearance of ruggedness in every model. Among those models, the Outback crossover is one of the most well-equipped for completing the off-road adventures you’ve been dreaming of.

In this library of Subaru Outback reviews by the Baierl Automotive team, Pittsburgh, Wexford, and Butler drivers will find all the details on the crossover’s performance and styling. Read on to discover whether or not the Outback is for you.

Subaru Outback vs Honda CR-V

Outback Engine Specs

When it comes to vehicle power, most drivers are looking for an engine as strong as their sense of wanderlust. Fortunately, the Subaru Outback offers two different engines, each churning up a fair amount of muscle.

The first engine is offered in four of the Outback trim levels. It’s a 2.5L BOXER® 4-cylinder capable of generating 175 horsepower and 174 lb-ft of torque. It’s fuel-conscious yet peppy enough to scale rough terrain all at once.

However, if brawn is your bag, you’ll want to choose one of the two V6 engine trims. With a 3.6L BOXER® V6 engine under the hood, each can produce 256 horsepower and 247 lb-ft of torque. You won’t have to worry about your contemporaries leaving you in the dust.

Subaru Outback Towing Capacity

Most crossovers tap out early in the towing arena. Among others in the class of the Outback, less than 2,000 pounds seems to be standard. However, the Outback always aims to go above and beyond.

The standard towing capacity for the Outback is 2,700 pounds. With that, you could easily haul a small boat or a pop-up camper. Whatever you’re taking on your next camping trip, this crossover is ready for it.

A Comfortable Interior

Subaru Outback 3.6 Touring, Java Brown Leather interiorWith 108.1 cubic feet of space for passengers, the Outback really does make room for everyone. Whether you’re up front taking charge or just relaxing in the back, you should have all the room you need to kick back during long drives.

Numerous creature comforts are available as add-ons. For example, if you’re looking to combat those chillier winter months, an optional heated steering wheel and heated seats will be a huge help.

You ought to have all you need when it comes to infotainment. STARLINK™ is included, offering an available touchscreen of up to eight inches. Navigation comes with the top available STARLINK™ option. GPS directions and traffic updates will ensure you’re never lost, even when exploring new towns and cities.

Explore the Outback Trim Levels

There are six different trim levels offered in the Subaru Outback. They include:

The first four trim levels are powered by the 4-cylinder BOXER®, while the top two come with the standard V6. In addition to that, the top trims will offer many upgrades, such as leather seating appointments and extra driver-assisting safety.

Choosing the right trim level depends entirely on how much power and how much technology you’d like to get from your Outback.

Review the Subaru Outback in Person

If reading these Subaru Outback reviews has gotten you excited about getting behind the wheel of something new, then you’ll want to come down to Baierl Automotive. All Pittsburgh, Wexford, and Butler drivers are welcome to try their favorite vehicles on for size.

To take the Outback for a spin, you only need to schedule an appointment. Contact us online or over the phone to schedule your test drive now.