The 2013 Subaru Outback starting at $23,456
|Outback is a solid choice for utility-minded families. Subaru's blending of wagon and SUV has become a favorite for those who live in mountainous and/or snowy climates. Yet, because of last year's full redesign, the Outback is now bigger and more comfortable than before, catering better to those who live in a variety of places and climates.|
|The Outback's formula for success is no secret. Where others have tried in so many ways to reinvent the crossover concept, the Outback is happy to nail all of its essentials: utility, capability and drivability....a year after its redesign, the Outback has sold more than the competing Toyota Venza and Honda Accord Crosstour combined. For 2012, all Premium models have a new CD stereo with Blue-tooth audio streaming, hands-free phone connectivity, and iPod compatibility.|
The Outback earned top ratings in all three of the IIHS crash tests - offset frontal as well as side and rear impact - plus it offers electronic stability control.
96% of Subaru vehicles built in the last 10 years
are still on the road!
At 29 mpg highway, the AWD Outback delivers better fuel economy than even two-wheel drive competitors.
Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle- PZEV