2020 Subaru Outback Exterior Colors New Interior

2020 Subaru Outback Exterior Colors. This the all-new 2020 Subaru Outback. It's all-new. It's redesigned. And we're going to take a closer look at everything that makes this a midsize SUV class leader. So what's new about this Outback? Well, it's redesigned. But it might look familiar because it's kind of close to the old design. But it does have new headlights. It's got a new wider grille, new tail, new taillights. And under the hood, there are two new engines.

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The first is a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder boxer engine, which might sound familiar because that's the same as the old standard motor. But this one, Subaru says has 90% new parts. It's going to get better fuel economy and a little bit more power. And the optional engine is no longer a 3.6-liter flat-six. What's under the hood now on the XT models is a turbo-charged 2.4-liter engine that puts out an additional 30-pound feet of torque over the old six-cylinder.

That's a significant increase. So this is the inside of the redesigned Outback, and it feels familiar. The steering wheels is the same. A lot of the buttons here are the same. But the big difference here is this new optional 11.6-inch center touchscreen. Now you can get this on higher-end models. But even the base models in the Outback get Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, all sorts of great safety features. And one of the beautiful things that you can get on this Subaru is the driver-focused system.

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It's a series of infrared cameras on the dashboard that reads my eyes. It can see if I'm distracted and looking at my cell phone or getting drowsy on the road. And what it will do is alert me, hey, time for you to pull over. That, coupled with all the other standard and optional safety features, is one of the sets of things that makes this a class leader. It's a great mid-sized SUV, even though it looks kind of like a wagon. And it's one of our favorites in the class. The Outback's interior might not look very different from the old one. But that's not a bad thing. It's comfortable in here. It feels refined. There aren't a lot of hard plastics. And there's plenty of space in all four significant seating positions for adults. There's lots of headroom, even with this sunroof. And this is a great place to spend time on a road trip. Cargo capacity is up a little bit from the previous generation, just a few cubic feet. But what's nice is in the back, the lift gate is now a power lift gate, optional, of course. And it's gotten a little wider so you can load more significant items into the rear. The current Subaru Outback is one of our top picks. We like it for it's comfortable, quiet interior. It's fuel-efficient engines. And the fact that it's got lots of space in the rear is helpful as a mid-sized SUV.
This new Subaru Outbacktakes all of that and improves just a little bit in every way. We expect it also to be a segment leader. And we're going to put it up against all of the mid-sized class competitors as soon as we can get behind the driver's seat.

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