Subaru
Outback
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MSRP $29,295 to $42,195

MSRP

$29,295 to $42,195

The 2018 Outback sees enhancements inside and out, along with higher levels of safety, comfort, control and entertainment. The lineup includes seven trim levels, starting with the 2.5i, 2.5i Touring, 2.5i Limited and 2.5i Premier with EyeSight Package. The lineup continues with the 3.6R Touring, 3.6R Limited and the 3.6R Premier with EyeSight Package.  External changes include arevised front grille, front bumper, door mirrors and rear bumper. The CVT on 2.5i models features a new seven-speed manual mode and all 2.5i models are now PZEV-rated, meaning they achieve some of the lowest emissions levels in their class. A revised brake booster improves stopping power. Inside, there are now dual USB slots for rear passengers and an available upgraded air conditioning unit that features revised HVAC controls and digital readouts. Improvements to the steering wheel and steering-wheel switch functionality improve comfort and convenience.

Seating Capacity
5
Drivetrain
AWD
Fuel Economy
City - 9.4 L/100 km
Hwy - 7.3 L/100 km
Transmission Options
CVT
Engine Options
2.5-litre H4 (175 hp, 174 lb.-ft.); 3.0-litre H6 (256 hp, 247 lb.-ft.)

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