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2007 Subaru Outback

Subaru of America, Inc. for 2007 is expanding the market reach of its trend-setting Outback line, the vehicle that launched the crossover category more than a decade ago. The Outback line for 2007 introduces a new value-equipped entry model, the 2.5 i Basic. In addition, the new 2.5 i L.L.Bean Edition and 2.5 i Limited L.L.Bean Edition models, featuring the 2.5 i powertrain and standard navigation system, join the 6-cylinder 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition flagship model.

All Subaru models comes standard with Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, a significant all-road, all-weather traction advantage over competitors that offer front-wheel drive as standard and make All-Wheel Drive an extra-cost option. The 6-cylinder Outback 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition becomes the flagship model, inheriting the Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) stability system from the discontinued 3.0 R VDC Limited. The sole turbocharged Outback model for 2007, the 2.5 XT Limited, also gains the VDC stability system. This high-performance model is now LEV 2 emissions certified, due to a new turbocharger and other engine revisions.

Subaru Outback

All Outback audio systems for 2007 feature MP3/WMA CD playback and an auxiliary audio input jack for iPods and other portable audio devices. The Outback 2.5 i Limited, 2.5 XT Limited and all L.L.Bean Edition models feature upgraded audio system with SRS® WOW technology, and all Outback audio systems offer XM Satellite Radio Capability for 2007.

A Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) has been added to all Outback models for 2007 (except the new 2.5 i Basic), and all models with an automatic transmission now come factory pre-wired for a remote engine starter system. A new two-piece flexible flywheel helps make performance smoother in all Outback models equipped with a manual transmission.

The Subaru Outback has earned the highest rating in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) crash tests. The Outback received 5-star ratings in both the frontal and side-impact crash tests for both the driver and passenger seating positions. In addition, the Outback earned the highest rating (“Good”) from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) for front, side and rear crash tests.

Getting Back to Basics


Outback was the World’s First Sport Utility Wagon® when it was introduced for the 1995 model year. melding passenger car and SUV attributes, such as generous ground clearance and a command-seating position. Outback quickly became basic equipment for a generation of outdoors enthusiasts who needed all-road capability and SUV-like versatility but with the comfort, handling and fuel economy of a passenger car. Sin Sin ce then, Subaru has expanded the Outback line, offering a wide range of choices up to powerful, sophisticated high-end models, including sedan versions of the 2.5 i Limited and 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition.

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For 2007, the new Outback 2.5 i Basic brings back the original idea of being a smart, economical SUV alternative for customers who put a priority on outdoor enjoyment. Like all Subaru models, the Outback 2.5 i Basic is equipped as standard with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, which powers all four wheels all the time and automatically transfers more power to the wheels with the best traction. Also contributing to its all-road, all weather capability is the generous 8.4 inches of ground clearance.

A review of the extensive standard equipment list will confirm that the 2007 Outback 2.5 i Basic is anything but basic in comfort. Compared to the standard Outback 2.5 i Wagon, the new Outback 2.5 i Basic substitutes 16-inch styled steel wheels for 17-inch alloy wheels, and, at its lower price point, gives up the power driver’s seat and All-Weather Package (heated front seats, heated exterior mirrors, windshield wiper defroster and limited-slip rear differential). Standard safety features shared with all Outback models include a 4-wheel disc Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), front seat side impact air bags and side curtain air bags.

New 2.5 i L.L.Bean Edition Models for 2007


Subaru has offered a 6-cylinder Outback L.L.Bean Edition since the 2001 model year and added a Forester L.L.Bean Edition for 2005. For 2007, this successful co-branding extends to two additional Outback models, both powered by the 175-hp 2.5-liter Boxer engine.

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The Outback 2.5 i L.L.Bean Edition comes equipped with a navigation system and an automatic climate control system as standard. In addition to L.L.Bean branding, this model also features the same wheel design as the flagship Outback 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition. The new Outback 2.5 i Limited L.L.Bean Edition builds on that package, adding more amenities from the 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition, including the distinctive two-tone dark taupe leather-trimmed upholstery with taupe bolsters and L.L.Bean logo embossed seats.

New SI-Drive for Outback 2.5 XT Limited: Three Engines in One 


The Outback 2.5 XT Limited is powered by a 2.5-liter intercooled turbo Boxer engine that produces 243 horsepower @ 6,000 rpm and 241 lb.-ft. of peak torque @ 3,600 rpm. Subaru Active Valve Control System (AVCS) variable valve timing optimizes power at all engine speeds. A functional hood scoop supplies air to the engine-mounted intercooler. The new SI-Drive system allows the driver to maximize engine performance, control and efficiency by choosing from among three selectable modes – “Intelligent,” “Sport” and “Sport Sharp” – using a rotary dial on the center console.
 
The SI-DRIVE system enables three distinctively different modes of vehicle performance characteristics by regulating the engine control unit (as well as the transmission control unit in automatic transmission models), and by fine-tuning the electronically controlled throttle. With Intelligent mode selected, the system reduces engine torque and maximum power and switches to a more relaxed throttle response curve. Intelligent mode is an ideal choice for smoother response while commuting in traffic, for example, where it can also help boost fuel efficiency by up to 10 percent. In addition, Intelligent mode’s more relaxed responses and lower torque output make it an ideal complement to the low-traction surface driving safety provided by the Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive System.

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In “Sport” mode, performance is similar to the 2006 model, with quick throttle responses and powerful, linear acceleration. In “Sport Sharp” mode, SI-Drive modifies the engine’s electronic throttle mapping to deliver lightning-quick throttle response and more power sooner. Delivering maximum driving enjoyment, this mode is ideal for tackling twisty roads and for merging or overtaking other vehicles on the highway with confidence.

With the optional 5-speed automatic transmission, SI-Drive also changes the transmission’s shift patterns. It will hold each gear longer through the rpm range and downshift more quickly under hard acceleration, depending on the mode selected. The SI-Drive system includes instrument panel displays that allow the driver to monitor performance. The multi-information display located in the tachometer face – in addition to providing trip computer functions – denotes the selected SI-Drive mode and provides an active torque curve display. An ECO gauge helps encourage efficient driving habits. When “Intelligent” mode is selected in the manual transmission model, a shift-up indicator blinks to signal the optimal shift point for maximum fuel efficiency. 

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More Power Choices


The naturally aspirated 2.5-liter 4-cylinder Boxer engine that powers all Outback 2.5 i models is among the most powerful in its displacement category, with 175 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 169 lb.-ft. of peak torque at 4,400 rpm. The i-Active Valve Lift system helps to ensure responsive performance at all engine speeds. This engine is unique in that it offers Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle certification in California, Massachusetts, Maine, New York and Vermont with the same power output as the 45-state certified model. In contrast, many PZEV-compliant vehicles sacrifice some power to achieve zero evaporative emissions.

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The Outback 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition Sedan and Wagon models are exclusively powered by a 3.0-liter DOHC 6-cylinder Boxer engine that produces 245 horsepower at 6,600 rpm and 215 lb.-ft. of torque at 4,200 rpm. The Active Valve Control System (AVCS) variable valve timing system, in concert with Active Valve Lift System (AVLS) technology, helps optimize power at all engine speeds.

Offering both the turbocharged 4-cylinder Boxer and 6-cylinder Boxer Outback models gives customers a choice between two distinct kinds of high-performance driving: the 6-cylinder 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition models provide a linear power feeling that is characteristic of a higher-displacement engine; the turbocharged Outback 2.5 XT Limited offers a more sporty and exciting type of engine performance, now especially enhanced with the addition of SI-DRIVE for 2007. The turbo engine also offers outstanding performance at high altitudes, where changes in atmospheric pressure reduce the power output of naturally aspirated engines.

A 5-speed electronic direct control automatic transmission is standard on the Outback 3.0 R L.L.Bean models. The Outback 2.5 XT models come equipped with a standard 5-speed manual transmission and offer the 5-speed automatic as an option. With the automatic, the SPORTSHIFT feature allows manual shift control from the console-mounted shifter and, on the Outback 2.5 XT Limited, steering wheel shift buttons, as well.

Premium Design, Outside and In


The third-generation Outback design expresses its dynamic performance and nimbleness. The pronounced wedge body shape conveys a strong and stable presence, accentuated by aerodynamic side ground effects, pronounced wheel arches and protective side cladding.

Subaru Outback

Premium design details include glass-look D-pillars on wagons, an extensive color palette featuring several two-tone and monochromatic choices, judicious use of chrome trim, a rear gate spoiler and raised black-letter tires. Outback 2.5 XT Limited and 3.0 R L.L.Bean models feature body-color exterior mirrors with integrated LED turn signals.

Inside the Outback, flush surface treatments, a soft foam upper dashboard, and soft foam door trim all provide a premium appearance and ambience. The two-tone color arrangement uses high-quality cloth upholstery for the Outback 2.5 i Basic, 2.5 i and 2.5 i L.L.Bean Edition models, and leather-trimmed upholstery for all others. The 2.5 i Limited models, 2.5 XT Limited and 3.0 R L.L.Bean add numerous desirable amenities. 

All Outback models feature a standard trip computer. On the 2.5 XT Limited, it is integrated with the SI-DRIVE display in the instrument cluster. The trip computer is part of the navigation system on models so equipped. On all other models, it is combined with a digital clock display located in the center of the dashboard. Some of its functions and displays include outside air temperature, fuel consumption, driving range and estimated driving time. The Outback 2.5 XT Limited exclusively features an electroluminescent LED (light-emitting diode) gauge display.

A power glass moonroof is standard on all Limited models and the 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition. On wagons, it is a large dual-panel design that provides a single large opening when the tilt-up front section and retracting rear section are opened. The sedan models feature a single-panel power glass moonroof. A navigation system is standard on the 2.5-liter Outback L.L.Bean models and is available on the Outback 2.5 XT Limited with automatic transmission and the Outback 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition models.

Chassis Designed for Performance, Ruggedness and Comfort 


Outback models offer the rugged, go-anywhere capability that Subaru customers want while also providing the crisp handling response and smooth, quiet ride comfort expected in a premium model. The stiff unitized body structure makes extensive use of high-strength steel and aluminum, as well as advanced construction techniques including hydroforming and tailored-blank welding. The multilink rear suspension attaches to a hydroformed steel sub-frame for added rigidity.

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The 4-wheel independent heavy-duty raised suspension and 17-inch alloy wheels and 225/55 R17 raised black letter tires (16-inch steel wheels with 225/60 R16 tires on 2.5 i Basic) contribute to Outback’s all-road, all-weather agility. Generous ground clearance compares to that of many SUVs — 8.7 inches for Outback 2.5 XT Limited and 8.4 inches on the other Outback models. The rack-and-pinion steering system has been designed for quick response, high precision and excellent feel.

Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive A Key To Brand Identity


All-Wheel Drive is a cornerstone of Subaru brand identity, not just an add-on feature. Consistent with this philosophy, all Subaru All-Wheel Drive systems are organized under the “Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive” branding umbrella. Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive is a total system that integrates a lightweight, low profile horizontally opposed (Boxer) engine and a full-time power transfer system. The system provides excellent balance due to the longitudinally mounted Boxer engine and the way power flows from it through the transmission and to the rear differential along a straight, near-horizontal path.

Subaru offers three different versions of Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive in the 2007 Outback line, each tailored to the model and transmission. With the 5-speed manual transmission, the system uses a viscous-coupling locking bevel gear center differential to distribute the power 50:50 front to rear. Slippage at either set of wheels will send more power to the opposite set of wheels. In Outback 2.5 i and Outback 2.5 i Limited models equipped with the 4-speed automatic transmission, an electronically managed continuously variable transfer clutch actively manages power distribution based on acceleration, deceleration and available traction, also transferring more power to the wheels with the best grip should slippage occur.

The Outback 3.0 R L.L.Bean Edition models – and Outback 2.5 XT Limited when equipped with the 5-speed automatic transmission – use a version of the system called Variable Torque Distribution (VTD). A planetary gear center differential works with an electronically controlled continuously variable hydraulic transfer clutch to manage power distribution.

Subaru Outback

VTD normally sends more power to the rear wheels (45:55) to enhance handling agility, but the system continuously adjusts power distribution in response to driving conditions. Exclusive to the 3.0 R L.L.Bean models and the 2.5 XT Limited Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC), an advanced stability system that controls VTD operation and integrates an electronic 4-wheel traction control system (TCS). Traction control functions as a second line of defense against wheelslip, after All-Wheel Drive.

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The Shift


Smoothly delivering sporty power exactly when and where you need it.

Like the engine, the transmission is also mounted low. In addition, it is positioned in the wheelbase for less overhang weight. In turn, that gives great traction, agility and stability with terrific grip and a true sporting feel. Whether you choose the manual or automatic transmission route for your Outback, you can be sure of getting a sporty response that’s easy to use – especially with the paddle shift system on the 3.0R models.

Subaru Outback

5-speed Manual Transmission (5MT)


Nicely matched to the sporting abilities of the 2.5i models, this lightweight, compact transmission has multi-cone synchromesh for smooth shifts, and a centre differential with viscous LSD. The Dual-range Hi/Lo system is ideal for the Outback’s excursions on challenging rough-roads, climbing slopes or towing tough loads, combining sportiness and drivability in rough conditions.

Electronically-controlled 5-speed Automatic Transmission for the 3.0R models (SPORTSHIFT E-5AT)


With column-mounted, padded aluminium paddle shift for faster, smoother up/down changes, and SPORTSHIFT to let you switch to manual-shift mode when in D. The Variable Torque Distribution AWD transfers more torque to the rear, for sportier performance, and this unit is coupled with the Vehicle Dynamics Control System. Engine-AT coordinated control system also helps, as does the downshift blipping control regulating engine revs automatically for smooth deceleration.

Electronically-controlled 4-speed Automatic Transmission (SPORTSHIFT* E-4AT)


Standard on the 2.5i models, it uses Active Torque Split AWD to vary torque distribution as changing conditions require. SPORTSHIFT* lets you change to manual shifts as you want. The Engine-AT coordinated control system combined with ideal shifting programme at a sloping angle also delivers smooth gear changes, while the optional Vehicle Dynamics Control System adjusts the AWD to Variable Torque Distribution.

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The Drivability


Secure, certainly. Thrilling? Absolutely.

Given its generous 200 mm ground clearance, you might expect the Outback to demonstrate some of the less desirable characteristics of high-riding AWD vehicles. But it just doesn’t happen. Because all the heavier items sit low in the chassis, to give a lower centre of gravity, you’ll find superb handling, stability and excellent traceability in corners, with less pitch and roll than you’d expect – making this an ideal AWD sporting vehicle, under different conditions.

Suspension


With a combination of high-rigidity long-stroke strut suspension at the front, and supple multi-link design to the rear, the latest Outback brings together a rigid body and supple yet taut suspension that offsets extra ground clearance with great handling and comfort. The result is a balance between sportiness and stability. Add in the self-levelizer and you can preserve driving poise whether you are carrying luggage or a heavier load in the back. It’s a ‘Crossover’ concept that’s perfectly in tune with sports driving and rugged practicality.

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Lightweight body


The Outback’s lightweight body not only improves per formance and fuel consumption but makes no compromises when it comes to safety. We apply a range of different technologies to reduce weight in components, but without affecting overall strength in impact situations. Aluminium is extensively used – coupled with high-tensile strength steel and Tailored-Blank welding techniques, so that the Outback’s drivers inherit security, as well as agility and performance ability.

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Safety


Advanced Safety Construction


Built around the proven Ring Frame Reinforced safety structure, all Outback models feature as standard equipment front seat side impact air bags and side curtain air bags that offer additional head protection for front and rear occupants. Intelligent dual-stage deployment front air bags use sensors to detect the presence and weight of a front passenger and also the driver’s distance from the steering wheel.
 
The system determines front air bag deployment strength for optimal occupant protection. Active front head restraints can help reduce potential whiplash injury in a rear collision.

Subaru Outback

The Active Safety


Keeping you well away from trouble is our priority

The ability to avoid unexpected hazards and potential accidents is fundamental to Subaru’s research and development ethic. Naturally, Symmetrical AWD, with its full-time grip and sure-footed cornering helps the Outback give you that reassurance – even on unfamiliar roads or in bad weather. It also gives you the added security of all-round visibility, reliable ABS braking power, the Vehicle Dynamics Control System* and brake-assist to help your responses make the best of the unexpected, while you enjoy driving pleasure in safety.

ABS braking

4-sensor/4- channel ABS is standard on the Outback.

It detects wheel lock- up instantly – keeping you in control and letting you brake safely and steer away from trouble at the same time. It’s combined with Electronic Brake-force Distribution technology, and high-performance ventilated disc brakes as well as speed-responsive brake assist, which boosts braking performance when a sensor detects insufficient pedal pressure in emergency braking – an added reassurance in hazard avoidance.

Vehicle Dynamics Control System

There are built-in safeguards with Symmetrical AWD, obviously. But Subaru’s commitment to active safety goes far beyond the norm with the Outback. Although it’s already as stable as any ordinary car fitted with traction control, the Outback’s system takes it to a new level of pro-active safety. Its Vehicle Dynamics Control simultaneously monitors and analyses actual driving situations. Then, it senses the edge of control. Based on the level of unstability, AWD torque distribution and engine power output are controlled plus the braking system for each wheel is activated. This all helps to avoid unstable handling performance and enhances the overall driving experience.

Subaru Outback

The Passive Safety


Your all-round protection is our first priority.

When all else fails, and a collision can’t be avoided, the Outback is designed to respond to ensure your safety, because your protection is Subaru’s priority. Look at the Ring-Shaped Reinforcement Frames surrounding the cabin. Then take in the dual airbags as standard. They’re backed up with active headrests that soften the impact of collision injury. Everything is provided to surround you and your passengers in a cocoon of security, wherever you’re going.

Seatbelts, airbags, and active headrests

Front seatbelts have pretensioners that tighten the belt on shock and harness passengers properly. The load limiters lessen undue force imposed on shoulders and chests. Adaptive two-stage dual SRS front airbags, dual front side and curtain airbags give cushioning protection on impact. Active headrests in front automatically move forward to cradle vulnerable heads and necks against whiplash injuries. Child tether anchors are fitted, naturally, as are ISO-FIX child-seat anchors as standard.

Pedestrian protection

Minimising pedestrian injury injury is also a major issue for Subaru. So, there’s generous clearance between bonnet and engine, in case of impact. Along with shock-absorbing bonnet hinges, front bumpers and wings, and breakaway module windscreen wipers, it clearly shows how highly we value the Outback’s pedestrian friendliness.

Ring-Shaped Reinforcement Frames

Subaru Outback

The Outback’s body is lightweight for the excellent driving performance and its rigid structure acts as a safeguard. An all-embracing safety cage enfolds the whole passenger cabin. Linked reinforcements to roof, pillars and floor are immensely strong, to dissipate and absorb enormous amounts of energy in impacts from any direction. In turn, this protective shield means those inside are as well-protected as they could possibly be.

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Equipment


Exterior Equipment


Practicality, style, ease of use and versatility are the hallmarks of Outback’s appeal. The integration of sporting character with comfort and safety makes the concept a working reality. Put simply, Outback is where functionality meets driver-friendliness – exactly what ‘Crossover’ is meant to be.

Headlamps with pop-up type headlamp washers

Bi-xenon headlamps have HID bulbs for both dipped and high beam levels. The pop-up type headlamp washers are built in, to adapt to the headlamp design.

Subaru Outback

Front fog lamps

These multi-reflector type fog lamps illuminate the road surface equally well in fog and in visually difficult circumstances. Of course, it’s also an added safety factor.

Sunroof

The glass sunroof is the inner-slide type, to give a large opening for greater fresh air exhilaration. The front portion tilts up on two levels. (Standard on the 3.0R models, optional on the 2.5i models)

Roof spoiler

The roof spoiler neatly finishes off the roof-end and enhances the aerodynamic effect, adding to already sporty looks. High-mounted stop-lamp is incorporated in the rear spoiler.

Power-folding door mirrors

Aerodynamically designed to cut down drag, the mirror surfaces also repel drips. Power-folding in and out, they have built-in LED turn signals for extra visibility.

Heated door mirrors

The built-in heater evaporates fog, drips and snow to clear the mirrors.

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17-inch Aluminium alloy wheels (3.0R)

High-lustre aluminium alloy wheels intensify the sturdiness and sporty looks of the vehicle. They also reduce unsprung weight for good handling and stable driving.

17-inch Aluminium alloy wheels (2.5i)

Dynamic looking aluminium alloy wheels for the 2.5i models. They also reduce unsprung weight for good handling and stable driving.

Interior Equipment


The Outback’s versatility and luxury is underlined by its high standard of interior features. Everything about the way they work together helps the ‘Crossover’ concept deliver the kind of driving experience you want, whatever route you choose to go. It’s your life – and the Outback matches it every time.

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Navigation system (Optional)

The DVD dashboard-mounted navigation system gives quickresponse information on navigation. The system has an easy to use 7-inch touch screen display which also shows information about fuel consumption and numerous maintenance data.

Multi-information display (3.0R)

Inside the tachometer, a display details information about SI-DRIVE mode and driving conditions of the vehicle. The display shows trip and odometer readings, average fuel economy, ambient temperature and fuel remaining.

Air-conditioning system

The front air-conditioning system is separated in two zones, so, the temperature for both driver and front passenger can be individually regulated for comfort. The 3.0R models also have the rear ventilation system as standard.

Audio satellite (3.0R) and cruise control switches

The switches located on the left of the steering wheel help you control the audio system easily and safely. The cruise control switches available on the right keep the vehicle running at a pre-determined speed.

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Cup holders

A pair of cup holders is mounted in the centre console. On the 3.0-litre models, they’re conveniently illuminated, while there’s another pair of cup holders in the rear centre console of the 2.5i models and in the rear centre armrest of the 3.0R models.

Centre console with 12-volt power outlet

The centre console comprises a container underneath the armrest, and a 12-volt power outlet.

Telescopic steering

In addition to the tilt-system, a telescopic adjustment system is incorporated. You can choose your optimum steering position by moving it closer or further away within the range of 40 mm.

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8-way power-adjustable front seats (Leather seats)

The leather front seats are 8-way power-adjustable (3.0R: optional for both sides, 2.5i: optional for driver’s seat only). Driver’s seat includes a memory feature that remembers the precise seating preferences of two different drivers.ead restraints can help reduce potential whiplash injury in a rear collision.


Prices


OUTBACK SPORT Starting at $19,195


The Outback Sport incorporates the performance features of an Impreza with the rugged durability of the Outback. Decked-out with playful features like Tricot upholstery and sport-design instrumentation, this Outback sports an affinity for flair.
 

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Standard Features

  •  173-hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine
  • 166 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 rpm
  • Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
  • MPG:
    • (manual) 22 city / 29 highway^
    • (automatic) 23 city / 28 highway^
  • SIRIUS™ satellite radio capability
  • Electronically controlled cruise control
  • 6-way manually adjustable sport design driver’s seat
  • 60/40-split flat-folding rear seatback
  • Tricot upholstery
  • Sport-design instrumentation with silver gauge trim rings
  • 12-volt power outlet in cargo area


 
Special Edition Package (Optional $500)

  • 240-watt 6-speaker premium audio system with subwoofer, 6-disc in-dash CD changer and MP3/WMA capability
  • Auxiliary audio jack
  • SIRIUS™ satellite radio
  • Automatic climate control system


OUTBACK 2.5i BASIC Starting at $21,995


The Outback has a proven reputation for rugged performance and gear-like versatility. Powered by a 175 horsepower SUBARU BOXER engine , the Outback 2.5i Basic features heightened stability systems including 4-wheel independent heavy-duty raised suspension and Subaru standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive .
 

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Standard Features

  • 175-hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine
  • 169 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 rpm
  • Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
  • MPG:
    • (manual) 23 city / 28 highway
    • (automatic) 22 city / 28 highway
  • XM® Satellite Radio capability
  • 4-wheel independent heavy-duty raised suspension
  • 60/40-split flat-folding rear seatback
  • Keyless entry system with cargo-area unlock
  • Over 15 standard safety features
  • 100-watt 6-speaker audio system with single-disc in-dash CD player and MP3/WMA capability
  • Auxiliary audio jack for portable media players


OUTBACK 2.5i Starting at $23,595


When the great outdoors beckon, load up the things you need in 65.4 cu. ft. of cargo space. Reach the loftiest of destinations with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive .The Outback 2.5i is your personal escape vehicle.
 
 
Standard Features

  • 175-hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine
  • 169 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 rpm
  • Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
  • MPG:
    • (manual) 23 city / 28 highway^
    • (automatic) 22 city / 28 highway^
  • XM® Satellite Radio capability
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • 60/40-split flat-folding rear seatback
  • Keyless entry system with cargo-area unlock
  • Heated side mirrors and windshield wipers de-icer
  • 8-way power driver’s seat with manually adjustable lumbar support
  • 4-stage heated front seats
  • 100-watt 6-speaker audio system with single-disc in-dash CD player and MP3/WMA capability
  • Auxiliary audio jack for portable media players


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Limited Package (Optional $3,800)

  • Standard 4-speed adaptive electronic direct-control automatic transmission with SPORTSHIFT® manual control
  • Leather-trimmed upholstery
  • Leather-wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel with manually adjustable tilt column
  • Leather-wrapped automatic transmission shifter handle with woodgrain-patterned inlay
  • Titanium-metallic trim with woodgrain-patterned accents
  • 100-watt 6-speaker audio system with 6-disc in-dash CD player, MP3/WMA capability and SRS WOW™3D audio enhancement
  • Dual-zone automatic digital climate control system
  • Body-color door handles and side mirrors
  • Panoramic tilt/sliding dual-panel moonroof


OUTBACK 2.5i L.L.BEAN EDITION Starting at $26,295


Reach the great outdoors comfortably in the Outback 2.5i L.L.Bean Edition. Relax in the 8-way power driver’s seat and enjoy the automatic climate control while the GPS navigation system guides you to your destination.
 
Standard Features

  • 175-hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine
  • 169 lb-ft of torque at 4,400 rpm
  • Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
  • XM® Satellite Radio capability
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Standard 4-speed automatic transmission with SPORTSHIFT manual control
  • L.L.Bean design 17-inch alloy wheels
  • L.L.Bean-embroidered floor mats
  • Rear gate mounted L.L.Bean emblem
  • 8-way power driver’s seat with manually adjustable lumbar support
  • Heated front seats
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control system
  • Touch-screen GPS navigation system
  • 100-watt 6-speaker audio system with 6-disc in-dash CD changer, MP3/WMA capabilityand SRS WOWTM 3D audio enhancement
  • Auxiliary audio jack for portable media players 
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Limited Package (Optional $2,700)

  • L.L.Bean-embossed two-tone leather-trimmed upholstery
  • Leather-wrapped 3-spoke steering wheel with manually adjustable tilt column
  • Leather-wrapped automatic transmission shifter handle with woodgrain-patterned inlay
  • Heated 8-way power driver’s and 4-way power front passenger seats
  • Elm woodgrain-patterned trim
  • Body-color door handles and side mirrors
  • Panoramic tilt/sliding dual-panel moonroof


OUTBACK 2.5 XT LIMITED Starting at $30,995


No terrain’s too tough for a 243-horsepower intercooled, turbocharged SUBARU BOXER engine boosted by the all-new SI-DRIVE performance management system. Stay on course with Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) and an optional touch-screen GPS navigation system. Feel the comfort of the leather-trimmed performance-design front seats while the mountain air fills the interior through the panoramic moonroof.
 
Standard Features

  • 243-hp 2.5-liter DOHC intercooled, turbocharged SUBARU BOXER engine
  • 241 lb-ft of torque at 3,600 rpm
  • Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
  • MPG:
    • (manual) 21 city / 27 highway^
    • (automatic) 20 city / 26 highway^
  • XM® Satellite Radio capability
  • Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC)
  • Traction Control System (TCS)
  • SI-DRIVE performance management system
  • Performance-design front seats
  • Leather-trimmed upholstery
  • 100-watt 6-speaker audio system with 6-disc in-dash CD player, MP3/WMA capability and SRS WOW™ 3D audio enhancement
  • Auxiliary audio jack for portable media players
  • Panoramic tilt/sliding dual-panel moonroof 


 Touch-screen GPS Navigation System (Optional $2,000)

  • Available only with optional automatic transmission
  • Multifunction screen displaying navigation system information, trip computer functions, maintenance intervals, controls for various vehicle settings, calendar, calculator and memo-taking functions


Subaru Outback

OUTBACK 3.0 R L.L.BEAN Starting at $31,495


Head for the hills in comfort with L.L.Bean-embossed leather-trimmed upholstery and a premium 6-speaker audio system with XM® Satellite Radio capability. You may never sleep in a tent again.
 
Standard Features

  • 245-hp 3.0-liter DOHC 6-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine
  • 215 lb-ft of torque at 4,200 rpm
  • Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
  • MPG: (automatic) 19 city / 26 highway^
  • XM® Satellite Radio capability
  • Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC)
  • Traction Control System (TCS)
  • Standard 5-speed adaptive electronic direct-control automatic transmission with SPORTSHIFT manual control
  • L.L.Bean-embossed two-tone leather-trimmed upholstery
  • 100-watt 6-speaker audio system with 6-disc in-dash CD player, MP3/WMA capability and SRS WOW™ 3D audio enhancement
  • Auxiliary audio jack for portable media players
  • Wood and leather-wrapped 3-spoke MOMO® brand steering wheel
  • Panoramic tilt/sliding dual-panel moonroof


 
Touch-screen GPS Navigation System Package (Optional $2,000)

  • Multifunction screen displaying navigation system information, trip computer functions, maintenance intervals, controls for various vehicle settings, calendar, calculator and memo-taking functions


3 comments:

these suv’s can practically fly they go from 0-60 in jus 5.5 secs

This outback driving is sporty and its interior is refined, but they still do not have the exterior design they should to convince any BMW or Mercedes buyers... they still look too .. korean !

You may search for Nexxuss International. They have lots of cars with good quality and precision. They also provide the most secured buying services to worldwide customers in very competitive prices.

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