Updated for 2018 Subaru Outback is best described as a wagon on stilts, which is actually the way the vehicle was brought back to life in the ’90s, as a quick and easy way for the Japanese automaker to track the request in SUV.
The front gets a new grille opening that is wider and lower, while the bumper design gets a new black plastic around the bottom of the vehicle, rising to the fog lights to protect them from the elements. . The headlamps come with standard LED daytime running lights and can be equipped with full LED dipped beam headlamps with steering-sensitive headlamps and high beams. These additions should continue the Outback tradition of winning the IIHS Best Safety Award, something he has done for the last seven consecutive years.
Inside, the car gets a number of important changes. Technicians will be happy to know that the car comes standard with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, while those who do not connect their devices will appreciate that the 6.5-inch and 8-inch infotainment offerings are more responsive, streamlined and The outback now has dashboard and door panels sewn into its top trim versions, and also uses a new steering wheel design from the new Crosstrek that also debuted. It has a number of large buttons and toggles to simplify operation while on the move and the new HVAC settings and display will show the cabin temperature inside the control buttons, which is a nice touch.
The 2018 Subaru Outback can be equipped with either a 175-hp 175-liter, 174-lb-ft., Or 3.6-liter six-cylinder, 256-hp, 247-lb. pi. A CVT is the only transmission available on all trims. The EPA fuel economy estimates are 25/32 mpg city / highway for the four-cylinder and 20/27 mpg with the six-cylinder.