New 2014 Subaru Outback – Price, Photos, Reviews, Safety Ratings & Features

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2014 Subaru Outback

New/Notable:

Suspension updates 2013 improve ride and

Rugged styling and plenty of clearance for happy outdooring

Two options: 173-hp four-cylinder or a flat-six

Fresh off a 2013 the versatile 2014 Subaru is back relatively unchanged and the same rugged appearance and all-wheel drive for easier This midsize crossover with other wagon-like like the Toyota Venza, XC60, and Honda Crosstour.

A 173-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder powers the base Outback with the 3.6R and 3.6R models get a 256-horsepower, 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine. The boxer a signature of Subaru vehicles, a horizontal (flat) design, places the engine in-line the drive train to maximize and fuel efficiency.

A six-speed manual transmission is standard, while a CVT or five-speed electronic automatic transmission are Paddle shifters are available on the trims and standard on premium levels. The Outback also of course, standard all-wheel

The four-cylinder Outback delivers the fuel economy ratings: mpg city/highway, while the six-cylinder pulls in ratings of 18/25 mpg

The Outback includes cloth (leather upholstery is available) and power adjustable driver’s Reclining rear seats are and the rear seatback folds in a configuration. Heated front are included with the All-Weather Air conditioning is standard and dual-zone control is available.

The base system includes a USB port iPod integration, Bluetooth streaming, and hands-free phone Premium audio systems are including a Harman Kardon audio system with HD and XM radio systems. Other options include voice-activated GPS with a seven-inch touch and a Power Moonroof Package a power tilt/sliding-glass moonroof, rearview mirror, and rear-vision

The Outback features rugged with standard roof and integrated retractable cross for extra storage. An All-Weather includes a windshield wiper and heated side mirrors. styling accents include folding side mirrors and door handles. Body-color side mirrors and a front are available.

Standard wheels feature steel covers, but the optional six-spoke aluminum alloy are the more attractive option.

safety features include stage front, side-curtain, and seat side pelvis/torso antilock brakes with assist, traction control, and stability control. A collapsible column and rollover sensor are and a rear vision camera and assistance system, with cruise control, pre-collision and lane departure warning are available.

The 2014 Outback remains an all-weather vehicle, which to its updated suspension is just at on the road or the trail, in the sun or in the snow.

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