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Subaru Outback Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Subaru Outback. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Subaru Outback.
SUVs and wagons each have their unique places in the automotive spectrum. But what if you're not truly enamored with the format of either one? Thankfully, there's a solution: the 2019 Subaru Outback. It has the shape and driving style of a wagon but with the extra capability typically associated with an SUV. Discover the ins and outs on used Subaru Outbacks, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Impressive Off-Road AbilityDon't let the wagon-like styling mislead you. The Subaru Outback is a legitimate off-road vehicle that isn't afraid to get dirty. With four-wheel drive, the Outback is far more adept at navigating light-duty trails compared to your standard small crossover.
Top Safety ScoresIn government crash tests, the Outback earned a five-star overall rating, while the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) awarded the Outback with its top best possible rating of Good for its array of tests. Additionally, the IIHS tested the Outback's optional frontal collision warning and mitigation system and gave it a top rating of Superior. Needless to say, safety is a hallmark of this vehicle.
Spacious, Comfortable SeatingUpfront, the Outback's seating is cushy and comfortable, allowing for a comfortable ride particularly on long road trips. The driver and driver's side passenger also have considerable room to stretch out and get comfortable, as head, leg, and hiproom is copious.
AccelerationSpoiler alert! The Outback won't be winning you any drag races anytime soon. The four-cylinder engine that comes on three of the Outback's four trim levels is good enough to take you on an off-road adventure, but its subpar acceleration leaves something to be desired. In Edmunds performance testing, the Outback went from 0 to 60 in 9.6 seconds.
Rear HeadroomThe Outback earns high marks overall for providing ample leg and hip room for its occupants, but it should be noted that the available headroom in the rear is somewhat restricted, particularly for taller passengers.
Ride QualityFor those initially unaccustomed to driving the Outback, they may find that the vehicle offers somewhat of a herky jerky ride. Especially when driven around town, the jumpy responsiveness of the gas pedal and spongy brake pedal make the Outback harder to drive smoothly than it should be.
Subaru Outback Reviews
4.7 OUT OF 5 (63 Reviews)