2019 Subaru Outback in Durham - Chapel Hill

Wagon or SUV? When It Comes to the 2019 Subaru Outback in Durham, You Get the Best of Both Worlds

Subaru might be the only brand whose flagship vehicle isn't a sedan--for this automaker, flagship excellence comes in the form of the legendary Subaru Outback. The 2018 model received some fantastic updates--an updated grille, front and rear fascia, new headlights, and a new side mirror design--and since the 2019 MY represents the fifth year of the product cycle, the iconic Outback gets a whole list of new standard features. For 2019, trim levels include the 2.5i Base, 2.5i Premium, 2.5i Limited, 2.5i Touring, 3.6R Limited, and 3.6R Touring.
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Ultra-Premium Interior for the Price

Even the base Outback model gives you plenty of comfort and convenience inside, with a standard infotainment display, soft-touch materials on the dashboard, comfortable and supportive seats, and a clean look in front of you. The roomy interior offers up to 73.3 cubic feet of interior cargo space. If you want the best value, opt for the Premium: standard rear privacy glass, heated mirrors and seats, dual-zone A/C, a larger touchscreen display, and a lot more. You can also upgrade to a Limited or Touring trim level for top-of-the-line features, like heated rear seats, a power rear gate, leather-trimmed upholstery, a heated steering wheel, power moonroof, and a lot more.





A Muscled Exterior That's Surprisingly Graceful

The entire look and feel of the 2019 Outback is classic Subaru, from the wide and accessible hatch, to the integrated cross bars in the roof rails, to the long-backed and stylish design. But, the updated grille, rear end, headlights, and whole front end for last year's refresh has made the new Outback wagon even more attractive. No exterior changes have been made for the 2019 model-year, but the look that carries over is just as timeless, well-muscled, and surprisingly graceful as ever. The best part about this rugged and beautiful design? 98% of Subaru Outback vehicles sold in the last 10 years are still on the road today--so you can feel good about choosing this wagon.

Two Flavors of Practical Performance

The 2019 Outback comes standard with a 175-horsepower 2.5-liter four-cylinder BOXER engine, which is paired to a Lineartronic CVT, and is good for an EPA-rated 32 mpg on the highway even when equipped with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. This is one of the most efficient crossovers/wagons in its class. Even the Outback 3.6R line, which comes equipped with a 256-horsepower 3.6-liter six-cylinder BOXER engine, sees up to 27 mpg highway. The advanced engineering of the Subaru BOXER engine means that it can be more balanced, more efficient, and even safer than other engines.


A Long List of Tech and Safety Features

For 2019, all models now come standard with a rearview camera, dual front center console USB ports, and integration for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. A major update for the 2019 Outback is the including of Subaru EyeSight Safety and Driver-Assistance features standard on every single model--even the base. The standard run of EyeSight features includes adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and sway warning, pre-collision braking, and pre-collision throttle management. Additional EyeSight features on upper trim levels may include automatic high-beam headlights and upgraded gauges, as well as blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.

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