|All-New Subaru Outback|
More recent versions of the car lost a bit of an edge as other automakers came up with similar crossover wagons and SUVs at the start of the new millennium. The all-new fifth-generation Subaru Outback is striking and crossover like; traits that should worry its rivals.
|Still capable off-road|
|HID headlamps with a signature look|
New standard HID low-beam headlights give the car a more distinctive night time signature. The all-new Subaru Outback’s windshield is more raked and pulled forward at the base. The new windshield angle, higher seating hip points, new front partition windows and door-mounted side view mirrors help improve visibility.
|Build for the dirt|
The added space yields gains in shoulder, hip, elbow and leg room. However, rear passengers benefit the most from the increased cabin space. The Outback’s load area has been increased. The space can be enlarged further by folding the 60/40 split fold-down rear seatbacks. The lowered rear seats provide a flatter surface enhance convenience. Higher trims offer heated seats front and rear, two position memory for driver’s ten-way power seat, and 576-watt surround sound audio with ten Harman/Kardon speakers.