With exceptional performance, standard all-wheel drive, and driver-assistance technology, the 2019 Subaru Outback is a crossover you’ll love to drive. 98% of the Outbacks sold in the last 10 years are still on the road today, and the 2019 model doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon, either.* See why below.
Can’t-Miss Features of the 2019 Subaru Outback
Every Subaru Outback is equipped with a Subaru BOXER® engine, which is capable of delivering 175 horsepower and an estimated 32 mpg in fuel economy on the highway. But if you need more power to haul your gear, you can opt for the 256-horsepower 6-cylinder version.
Whether you’re navigating city streets or dusty backroads, the Outback boasts an impressive 8.7” of ground clearance to allow you to conquer almost any terrain. The standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive pairs with the standard X-MODE® to enhance the road-gripping performance when you’re faced with slick surfaces.
You’ll experience precise, sharp handling with stability thanks to the Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) with Active Torque Vectoring, which is designed to keep the vehicle on your intended path by automatically sensing steering and braking inputs.
For the first time on the Subaru Outback, EyeSight® driver-assist technology is standard on all trims. By monitoring the flow of traffic and movements of other vehicles, this system can optimize the cruise control and alert you if you start to veer from your lane. If the system senses the vehicle ahead of you is slowing down, the Pre-Collision Braking feature will apply full braking force to bring the vehicle to a complete stop if necessary.
Comfortability and Convenience
Subaru STARLINK™ Multimedia System, which features Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™, and Pandora® integration, is also standard on the Outback. That means you can access your favorite music and select apps on the 8” touch-screen.
The 2.5i Limited trim comes with an available Harman Kardon® premium audio system with 12 speakers and a 576W-equivalent amplifier so that you can hear your playlists in their full glory.
The Outback offers comfortable seating for as many as five and a 35.5-cu.ft. cargo area to hold all of your gear and groceries. If you need additional space for your sports equipment, camping gear, or luggage, you can lower the 60/40-split folding rear seatbacks to open up 73.3 cu. ft. of total space. Plus, every trim of the Outback comes with roof rails that can hold up to 150 lbs.
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* Based on IHS Market vehicles in operation for the Non-Luxury Midsize CUV segment as of December 2017.