Equally at home on the pavement and in the dirt, the 2023 Subaru Outback boasts the capability to haul you and your family just about anywhere. That’s not all, though — the Outback also comes with more than enough space, comfort, and advanced tech to make every trip a safe and enjoyable one.
Every 2023 Outback model comes equipped with standard Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive to put your mind at ease. Symmetrical AWD delivers optimal power to all four wheels as needed to maximize traction on curves, rough terrain, and slick roads. You’ll also receive features like X-MODE®, Hill Descent Control, and a four-wheel independent raised suspension to give you ultimate control behind the wheel. Plus, the Outback comes standard with 8.7 inches of ground clearance, allowing you to go places other vehicles can’t take you. Wherever you’re headed, you can bring along plenty of gear, because most Outback trims offer up to 2,700 pounds of towing capacity when properly equipped (XT and Wilderness models can tow up to 3,500 pounds).
The Outback shows off an exterior look that’s both practical and stylish. The grille, headlamp design, and front fascia are new for 2023, and so is the rugged cladding around the Outback’s standard 17-inch alloy wheels. Each Outback comes standard with LED Steering Responsive Headlights, LED fog lights, and raised roof side rails with retractable cross bars. As you move up trim levels, even more features become standard, including 18-inch wheels, front and rear windshield wiper de-icers, and power-folding side mirrors with integrated turn signals. As many as 10 paint colors are available for the Outback, from basics like Crystal Black Silica and Magnetite Gray Metallic to premium options like Dark Mahogany Pearl and Geyser Blue.
Utility, comfort, and convenience come standard inside the 2023 Outback. There’s space for up to five passengers, including close to 40 inches of rear legroom. You can also lower the split-folding second row to gain 75.6 cubic feet of total cargo space. To make your travels more convenient, the Outback offers eight standard cup and bottle holders, cargo tie-down hooks and underfloor storage, and automatic climate control. Higher trims add a hands-free power rear gate, illuminated second-row USB charging outlets, and push-button start. Luxurious upgrades for your Outback include power-adjustable front seats with heat and ventilation, leather or StarTex® water-repellent upholstery, and a power tilt/sliding glass moonroof.
The 2023 Outback keeps you and your loved ones connected on the go with an array of advanced features. The standard SUBARU STARLINK® multimedia system gives you dual 7-inch touch screens, Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ for your smartphone, Bluetooth® hands-free calling and texting, and trial subscriptions to SiriusXM® satellite radio and Travel Link® services. If you move one step up to the Premium trim, you’ll receive an 11.6-inch display with wireless smartphone integration, 4G LTE Wi-Fi capability, and available voice-activated GPS navigation. Also available on certain trims is a Harman Kardon® premium audio system with 12 speakers.
Every 2023 Outback model comes well-stocked with standard safety features. The EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology suite helps you avoid crashes with Pre-Collision Braking and Automatic Emergency Steering. It also keeps you on course and free of driving stress with features like Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering, Lane Departure and Sway Warning, and Lane Keep Assist. For even more protection, higher trims give you Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Blind-Spot Detection with Lane Change Assist, and a 180-Degree Front View Monitor for better visibility. Also available is the DriverFocus® Distraction Mitigation System, which helps to detect and prevent distraction and fatigue while you’re behind the wheel.
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