25/32  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.1  Sec.
0-60 MPH
35.5-73.3  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Subaru Outback?

The Outback is known for being a rugged, reliable crossover, and the 2019 version is no exception. The newest Outback is safer, more tech-savvy, and more durable than in the past. A higher ground clearance, a variety of standard and optional amenities, and the inclusion of Subaru's signature safety features are some of the highlights of the 2019 Outback. With all of its amenities, it probably comes as no surprise that the Outback easily competes with name-brand crossover rivals.

2019 Subaru Outback 

Great Trims to Choose From!

In 2019 there are six trim levels of the Outback to choose from. Each trim level is sufficiently equipped with plenty of standard features, but there are also a number of appealing amenities that you can add on to your Outback too. The base model comes with a 6.5-inch infotainment display screen. The infotainment system offers a burst of fresh technology with features including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The base model also comes standard with Subaru's impressive safety system called EyeSight, which offers the latest safety amenities like a backup camera and lane departure warning.

Moving up the line, the 2.5i Premium adds to that list a safety and security system, fog lights, dual-zone climate control, and a driver's seat that moves in 10 ways. This trim also upgrades to an eight-inch touchscreen. You can add on safety features including rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring, as well as an all-weather package that gives the car heated front seats. The 2.5i Limited gets a more refined look with perforated leather-trimmed seats, a premium Harman Kardon audio system with 12 speakers, a hands-free rear liftgate, and a keyless entry with a push-button start. This edition comes standard with 18-inch wheels. The 2.5i Touring gives you exclusive leather-trimmed upholstery, a heated steering wheel, a power-operated moonroof, low-profile roof rails, and LED headlights that turn in the direction the car is traveling. Second from the top is the 3.6R Limited Outback. This trim is virtually identical to the 2.5i Limited except that it has a more powerful 256 HP engine. It comes with a number of notable add-on features, however, including reverse automatic braking, LED headlights that turn in the direction of your travel, a navigation system, and a power-operated moonroof. Finally, the 3.6R Touring is the top Outback that you can get in 2019. Along with a more powerful engine, this trim has exclusive leather-trimmed seats, a heated steering wheel, a moonroof, and a GPS navigation system.

Top-Notch Engines!

2019 Subaru OutbackThere are two choices of engine available in the 2019 Outback. The first engine is a 2.5L, four-cylinder engine that produces up to 175 HP and 174 LB-FT of torque. This engine is paired with an automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) that makes the gears shift much more smoothly. The second engine option is a 3.6L, six-cylinder engine that produces up to 256 HP and 247 LB-FT of torque. This engine is also paired with an automatic CVT transmission system.

Safety First!

2019 Subaru OutbackThe Outback comes with a number of safety features, which are packed into a premier safety package called the Subaru EyeSight. This package includes advanced safety technology such as optimized cruise control, collision avoidance, and a pre-collision braking system that brings the vehicle to a stop if it detects that a collision is imminent and unavoidable. The safety package also has a lane monitoring alert component that gives you a warning if your Outback starts to drift into a neighboring lane when another car is present. With all of its capabilities, Subaru claims that the safety package reduces the risk of rear-end accidents with injuries reported by over 80%.

If you are interested in more information about the updated 2019 Subaru Outback, come in to take a test drive at Reliable Subaru, today!

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