2019 Subaru Outback

 
It's no mystery why the Outback continues to be Subaru's best-seller. 
This rugged and capable utility vehicle is neither too big nor too small and can carry five people plus their gear-inside and on the roof, making it versatile for year-round travel, especially in areas with snowy winters. Its top safety ratings for many years running show why New England drivers feel so secure with the AWD Outback as their choice of vehicle. 

The 2019 model year brings some select updates and additions to the standard equipment roster. Fuel economy continues to be outstanding, with the trims powered by the 2.5-liter engine (2.5i, 2.5i Premium, Limited, and Touring) rated for 25 mpg city and 32 mpg highway; the top-level 3.6R Limited trim, with its larger engine, is rated for 20 city and 27 highway mpg. Every generation of the Outback has been built to last and last, which is another reason that they retain their value so well. 

  Safety
Subaru is all about safety, and the automaker has expanded the standard active safety equipment array for 2019. A rear-view camera and the EyeSight Driver Assist package (adaptive cruise control, pre-collision auto braking, lane keep assist, and lane departure alert) come on every Outback trim, as do traction control and vehicle dynamics control. Available safety upgrades run from a blind-spot monitor with lane change assist and rear-traffic alert to reverse automatic braking. 



 
The STARLINK Safety and Security services package comes on all but the base trim and features enhanced roadside assistance, automatic collision notification, SOS Emergency Assistance, and functions for remote services. There are advanced airbags all around, including seat-mounted pelvis/torso units in the front row. The Outback's interior frame is also completely reinforced to protect occupants when a collision can't be prevented. 


Technology 
With dual USB ports in both the front and back rows (in all but the base trim, which only gets front-row ports), Outback occupants stay charged up and connected. The STARLINK infotainment system that comes on all but the lowest trim has a 6.5-inch screen with an optional upgrade to an 8-inch screen within two levels of options packages (standard equipment on select trims) that add navigation, a power moonroof, high beam assist, and more. The top three trims (the Touring and both Limited levels) receive keyless access with push-button start and PIN-code access, along with a power tailgate with height memory function. 


Passenger Comfort/Cargo Space 
Thanks to an ample cargo area, fold-down rear seats, and standard roof rails, the Outback is made to carry a lot of stuff. Five occupants travel comfortably, with plenty of leg room and shoulder space. This is an extremely popular car in areas with harsher winters, and Subaru has come to the rescue by making heated front seats standard on the Premium trim, with both rows heated on the Touring and the two Limited trims. The Touring trim also gets a heated steering wheel for the ultimate in winter comfort.

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