Subaru Outback (2013)

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Subaru Outback

Subaru of Inc. introduced the 2013 models, powered by a new, efficient powertrain and debuting the new driver-assist system and revised Chassis enhancements improve ride quality and agility in the Subaru Outback, which offers new amenities and audio/infotainment

The 2013 Outback features a front end, with new grille, front bumper and fog for a more powerful appearance. Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive the Outback from crossover which generally offer drive as an extra-cost option. The continues with 8.7 inches of clearance, which is higher many crossovers and some SUVs.

The 2013 Subaru 2.5i models debut a new (DOHC) 2.5-liter FB series engine for increased performance and efficiency. The new engine produces 173 hp and 174 of torque, compared to 170 hp and 170 lb.-ft. the previous engine. More is that the new engine produces low-end torque across a speed range, making the Outback 2.5i models more responsive in everyday

Subaru Outback 2.5i and Premium models offer a between a standard 6-speed transmission and the second-generation Lineartronic the latter is standard on 2.5i models. Outback 3.6R continue with a 256-horsepower 6-cylinder Boxer engine and electronically controlled automatic

2013 Subaru Outback

EPA fuel economy figures are not yet but Subaru projects that the Subaru Outback 2.5i the Lineartronic CVT (continuously variable will achieve 24-mpg mpg highway/26 mpg combined, up compared the 22/29/24 for the 2012 model. also projects that the Outback will achieve a overall safety rating the National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA). The 2013 models add a new Brake Override and now an airbag deployment signals a cutoff.

Unlike a conventional automatic that uses fixed ratios, a CVT provides infinite between the lowest and highest ratios with no discernable or shifts. The CVT continuously and smoothly to performance demand, helping to the engine in its most efficient range. Models with the CVT feature a 6-speed manual with steering wheel shifters, which allow the to control the transmission via six pre-set

New EyeSight Driver-Assist System

The Subaru Outback (and ) models debut Subaru’s new driver-assist system, which Adaptive Cruise Control, Braking and Vehicle Lane Warning. Projected to be one of the most such technologies available in the market, EyeSight uses a camera design developed by to provide a detection angle than that of radar-based

The EyeSight system processes images to identify the vehicles in front, as well as obstacles, lanes and other items. relative speeds of approximately EyeSight is capable of detecting or objects in the vehicle’s path and can in order to mitigate or even the collision. Under certain Eyesight is able to bring the car to a stop.

At relative speeds approximately 19 mph, EyeSight can the brakes when an object is and will attempt to brake if the takes no evasive action, or not brake appropriately, to help collision damage.

The Lane Departure and Sway feature can detect if the car begins to outside the intended lane a turn signal being or if the car begins to sway within the lane. Intended for freeway Eyesight’s Adaptive Cruise system can maintain a safe from the vehicle in front, and/or accelerating the car as needed to the driver-selected target speed and distance.

Adaptive Cruise is operational from 1-87 mph and can brake the vehicle to a stop if the locks on to a vehicle ahead. As an convenience, Adaptive Cruise assists the driver in heavy and go freeway traffic by maintaining a distance from the vehicle

In heavy traffic conditions, will also alert the when the vehicle ahead has if he or she doesn’t react within seconds. The technology can also reduce collision damage by the throttle when it senses an in front, but the accelerator pedal to be pushed.

Blending the Best of Car and SUV

The Outback is smart-sized compared to 2-row crossover vehicles, a mid-size interior in an easy-to-maneuver and wagon. The Subaru Outback the crisp car-like handling the versatility of an SUV. The 8.7 inches of clearance is higher than for large SUVs and crossovers maintaining a low step-in height.

passenger volume of 105.4 cu. ft. and cargo capacity of 71.3 cu. ft. the standard 60/40 split seatbacks folded) rivals of larger, heavier vehicles. The also features a rear area that is deeper and than in many SUVs.

Revised Suspension for Enhanced Smoother Ride

Numerous to the body structure, suspension and give the Outback an even and quieter ride for 2013, also helping increase agility. Greater stiffness at key of the structure, including the front mounts and rear frame helps to reduce transmission of while also contributing to responsive handling.

In tandem the structural enhancements, Subaru the diameter of the double-wishbone rear sway bar and also increased the and damper rates and bushing As a result, body roll has reduced by up to 40 percent. The Subaru driver will experience a responsive, yet quieter vehicle

Enhanced Interior Comfort and

New, more comfortable fabric and a new light matte grain trim provide a appearance. The Outback Limited for 2013 offer a new Special Package option that a new Keyless Access Start along with a two-position system for the already-standard 10-way driver’s seat. With the Access Start system, the while carrying the remote in a pocket or purse, can unlock the car by the door handle button.

The gate also has an unlock sensor.

Also in the Limited a new electro-luminescent instrument cluster the 3.5-in. color screen for the display, which also EyeSight functions when the car is so Rear A/C outlets have been added as standard to models, to make the standard split-reclining rear seats an more hospitable place to be.

The Subaru Outback was the first to feature as standard factory-installed roof crossbars. For 2013, a new design allows the rear to be moved rearward to carry items; the distance between the and rear bars can now be increased the standard 29.9 inches up to inches. This enhancement, as a direct result of Outback feedback, allows greater in carrying longer items kayaks and other outdoor on the already easy-to-use roof system.

Three Trim

The 2013 Subaru Outback models are available in three levels – base, and Limited. Outback 3.6R will be offered in base and The base 2.5i features a roster of standard features, them steering wheel control and audio switches; hands-free phone and audio capability; a 60/40 split rear seat with feature; electronic parking with Hill Holder and an automatic headlight function.

Premium models add additional including a 10-way power seat (with power support adjustment) and driver’s up/down window; leather-wrapped wheel and shifter (CVT); panel storage bin with ambient light for the overhead body-colored side mirrors and alloy wheels (all trim lines have alloy wheels as standard).

The models offer three packages. (1) The All-Weather Package heated front seats and and a windshield wiper de-icer. (2) The Moonroof Package with Vision Camera also an auto-dimming rear-view mirror Homelink garage-remote function. (3) The display-type premium audio with standard XM® radio service (4-month trial subscription included), a color display, and 440-watt audio amplifier and 9 harman/kardon speakers, with subwoofer.

The Limited trim lines add to the a standard Lineartronic CVT, leather upholstery, dual automatic climate control, the harman/kardon Premium Audio rear A/C ducts, electro-luminescent and a 4-way power front seat. The Limited models exclusively offer an available GPS navigation system with a LCD display, Rear Vision and XM NavTraffic, among other (See Updated Audio section, below.)

Updated Technology

The standard audio in the Subaru Outback 2.5i is upgraded for 2013. New features Bluetooth hands-free phone and audio streaming, iPod® capability and a USB port. The system with an AM/FM stereo, disc CD player, Radio Broadcast System (RDBS), aux. input jack and 4

The top-level Outback Limited exclusively offer an optional new system with premium

In addition to all of the features in the harman/kardon Audio Package, this includes: touch-screen GPS navigation with 7.0-inch LCD display; activated controls and navigation; XM (subscription required); Rear Camera, and an SD card slot for navigation map updates.

Symmetrical Drive: Three Different

Subaru offers three Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive in the 2013 Outback line, tailored to the type of transmission. In 2.5i models equipped the 6-speed manual transmission, the AWD system uses a viscous-coupling center differential to distribute a nominal 50/50 front to Slippage at either the front or wheels will cause the to send more power to the wheels.

Subaru Outback 2.5i equipped with the Lineartronic CVT use Torque Split AWD. An managed continuously variable clutch actively controls distribution in response to driving and wheel slippage.

The Outback uses the Variable Torque (VTD) AWD system with a electronic automatic transmission. A center differential works an electronically controlled continuously hydraulic transfer clutch to power distribution. The VTD system sends more power to the wheels (45:55) to enhance agility, and it can continuously adjust distribution in response to driving and conditions.

Subaru Safety

The Ring-Shaped Frame Reinforcement structure has been proven for protection in more than a of use. Inside, the Subaru features standard front pelvis/torso airbags and side airbags that offer and rear outboard seat

Vehicle Dynamics Control combines stability and traction functions, and traction control to augment the Symmetrical All-Wheel functionality. The 4-wheel disc Brake System (ABS) Electronic Brake-force Distribution and the Brake Assist safety that automatically applies braking pressure in an emergency

The electronic Hill Holder holds the vehicle in place the driver presses the accelerator to pull away from a New for 2013, a Brake Override ensures that engine will be cut when both the and accelerator are pressed simultaneously.

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