If you know what the Subaru Legacy brought to the table, you almost know half the story of the new Subaru Outback which is essentially a Legacy car with a huge and practical boot. That being said, the Subaru Outback has gone through a significant metamorphosis from being a wagon to a faux-SUV and then after so many models coming forth, is the final edition that looks better than all the others the preceded it. The Subaru Outback has a beautiful grill, simplistic design that is curvy and offers a nice stance without doing anything specifically flashy aiding to its positive side.
The Outback leads the category surprisingly in built quality by sharing most of the components that it has with the Legacy, the Outback suddenly became up-market and expensive looking with the savings coming from the joint development venture of these cars. The interiors has sun visors, tilting head rests, soft touch door panels, well cushioned arm rests and a nice looking headliner. You get smart phone integration on the higher models making it a useful feature as everyone these days require it.
The reclining seat backs make it roomy further aided by the knee cut outs. Compared to the competition, the Subaru Outback boats more cargo space along with a low height to load things easily. The Outback is the most civilized Subaru ever produced navigating through the city with impeccable agility with the steering is also precise. With a noise free cabin the car is comfortable to drive and comes with a 2.5L four cylinder engine that puts 175hp and 235Nm of torque to take care of pulling. The V6 is better and reasonable as well making it a greater option for this wagon.
|Engine||i4 2.5L AWD|
|No. Of Gears||CVT|
|Front Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
|Rear Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
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