Easily one of the most asked for cars at my store this year, the Outback has made the transition from the old, boxy, “Legacy Outback” of the early 2000’s to a well designed, smooth riding, roomy Crossover wagon. Lots of elbow room and many features you would find on luxury brands make the latest Outback a car that serves you on long road trips or trips to the soccer field. The impressive 8.7 inches of ground clearance, Symmetrical All Wheel Drive and 173 horsepower allow you to take your Outback backpacking, fishing or camping too.
- Ouback 2.5i (base)
- Outback 2.5i Premium
- Outback 2.5i Limited
- Outback 3.6R Limited
A while back Subaru found that the 3.6r six cylinder buyers prety much wanted everything on their car. The 3.6R Premium models used to sit around forever, which costs us money. So now the six cylinder only comes in the Limited trim with the 3 different option packages