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Go the Distance with the Subaru Outback

If you were to look at the Subaru Outback on its side, you'd think it has a distinct wagon look to it. It has the sleek stretched-out look of a wagon but with the rugged Subaru character. However, by pure dimensions, the 2020 Subaru Outback is classified as a midsize SUV. At the end of the day, it doesn't matter what you call the Subaru Outback because it's one of those vehicles that you just don't want to get out of with its capable performance and comfortable cabin.

There are six trim levels that you can choose from in the Subaru Outback: base, Premium, Limited, Touring, Onyx Edition XT, Limited XT, and Touring XT. Having additional trim levels you have a better chance to accurately align your lifestyle with a trim that works within it. At Haddad Subaru, we want to give you as many options as we can when it comes to making an investment like this because you deserve to be proud of your purchase.

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Safety Features

The base trim comes with a good amount of standard safety features starting with the rearview camera. As of recently, these cameras have become standard on most new vehicles providing you the utmost safety when backing up. Other standard safety features on the base trim are adaptive cruise control, front collision warning with automatic emergency braking, and a lane keeping assist.

Some of our drivers in and around Pittsfield are looking for additional safety features and you can find those on upper trim levels. The Premium adds navigation and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert and the Limited trim has the option to add Subaru's DriverFocus driver monitoring system which monitors your driving to ensure you're focused on the road and not drowsy or distracted.

Technology Perks

Inside the base Subaru Outback you'll find a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that can connect to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with Bluetooth audio connectivity. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto allow you to use the apps that you prefer using. That means you don't have to try to learn a new music streaming system in the Subaru Outback, instead, you can jam seamlessly on your Spotify account or Apple music account.

If you want a little more technology in your vehicle you can opt into the Premium trim which gets you dual-zone automatic climate control along with a larger touchscreen coming in at 11.6-inches. And, if you want to jam out a little harder you can choose the Limited trim that gives you an upgraded Harman Kardon audio system. On the Limited trim, you also get driver-seat memory functions and a heated steering wheel for those cold mornings in North Adams.

Performance Punch

The hills of Great Barrington won't be a feat for you in the Subaru Outback that comes standard with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that outputs 182 horsepower and 176 pound-feet of torque on the base, Premium, Limited, and Touring trims.

If you're looking for a little more power you can choose the XT trim that comes with a turbocharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that gives you a total output of 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque. Both of these engines are connected with an all-wheel drive and a continuously carriable automatic transmission (CVT).

Test Drive the Subaru Outback at Haddad Subaru Today

There are a lot of more delicate nuances within the Subaru Outback that we would love the chance to tell you more about. When you're ready, you can make the short drive from Lenox and we can set you up with a test drive of any of our available models. We look forward to helping you today!


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