2020 Subaru outlback
In its class, Outback is the most capable and comfortable. Comfort comes in the form of plenty of space to relax.
One of two engines will be powering the Outback: a 2.5 liter four-cylinder boxer engine or a turbocharged 2.4 liter engine. Taking a long trip won’t hurt the pocket too bad, because Outback gets pretty good city and highway miles.
The Outback seats up to five passengers, comfortably. When you run out of room, which won’t happen too often, you will be happy to find underfloor storage in the trunk.
On all Outback models, all-wheel drive is standard. With 26 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, you can afford to go for a drive anytime, anywhere.
The Outback is still as off-road friendly as it has been in the past. It has 8.7 inches of ground clearance, so gravel and dirt roads won’t be a problem.
Tech and Safety
Eyesight Driver Assist Technology offers pre-collision braking and will warn you if you sway. Take on muddy or snowy conditions because you can take advantage of the Hill Descent Control.
An 11.6-inch touchscreen interface runs circles around some competitors. The interface allows seamless control of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Integration. Also, standard across all models is Subaru StarLink.
All of your passengers will have access to USB ports that are available in the front and back seats.
The Outback has a very nice looking interior with plenty of room to go with it. You can drive anywhere in this car, because of the great mileage and the off-road capability. What more could you want? Oh, technology?! Yes, it has that too!