The Subaru Outback is Your Spirit Animal. Question is: Which One?
The new Subaru Outback lineup is pretty impressive, and it’s tempting shoppers who might never have seen themselves in a wagon; until now. If you’ve been considering an upgrade in Norwalk, Fairfield, Stamford, Milford, Bridgeport, or Danbury, but you’re not sure of the differences between Outback models, we can help.
The 2018 Subaru Outback will be released sometime in the next few weeks or months, so we might see some changes to specs or to the model lineup, but we can at least help you better understand what makes this wagon/crossover/SUV such a competitive option in CT.
Here’s the breakdown of the model trims, powertrains, pricing, and a few features.
Subaru Outback 2.5i Models
2.5i models are Outback wagons equipped with Subaru’s 175-horsepower 2.5-liter BOXER engine, and come standard with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive–of course. Available options within the 2.5i lineup are the:
- Outback 2.5i: the most affordable model in the lineup, lots of great standard features
- Outback 2.5i Premium: adds Subaru’s All-Weather Package, cozy heated seats, an available moonroof, all for a practical price
- Outback 2.5i Limited: boost your driving comfort and enjoyment with more premium features, and a power lift gate
- Outback 2.5i Touring: Subaru’s newest trim level, the Touring has tons of trim-specific features and accents
Prices range from a little under $26,000 to over $36,000.
Subaru Outback 3.6R Models
Perfect for drivers who need to tow or haul a lot of cargo–or just for those people who want a little added boost of power for fun–the Outback 3.6R comes equipped with There are only two trim levels within the more-powerful 3.6R lineup, but they’re pretty darn swanky:
- Outback 3.6R Limited: the 3.6R Limited includes all of the features of the 2.5i Limited, like Harman Kardon speakers and heated front and rear seats, but perfectly powerful
- Outback 3.6R Touring: offers all of the exclusive accents of the Outback Touring trim with more horsepower
Prices range from $34,995 to just under $40,000.
For a better look into the new 2017 Outback, check out inventory online at Garavel Subaru, compare the Outback to the Toyota Highlander, or visit the showroom on Murtland Ave to see different models in person, and take one (or two) for a test drive.