Subaru Outback alternatives
Latest model: Subaru Outback 2011
Launched in Europe in 1996, the Subaru Outback pioneered the 'crossover' concept, combining the convenience, dashboard room and superior on-road handling of a family estate, with the off-road capability and ground clearance of a sports utility car. This special blend of features has now been further refined.
Subaru Outback comparison:
Subaru Outback details:
The new Subaru Outback is longer, wider and taller than the model it changes. It is also more capable and more engaging to drive on-and off-road, and provides increased room and convenience for all occupants.
While it retains the bold, assured stance of its forebears, the new Subaru Outback boasts a distinctive new 'face'. There's a prominent grille which features Subaru's now-trademark 'wing' motif. This bold detailing, coupled with a pair of ultra-modern, three-dimensional headlamps, gives the go-anywhere car a refined yet purposeful exterior.
In profile, the Subaru Outback's luxury feel continues due to muscular, flared wheel arches, standard-fit 17-inch alloys, and a chrome-framed glass-house. Its roofline sweeps towards the back, where it meets new body-coloured D-pillars.