2018 Subaru Outback Rumors Changes, Release Date and Engine Specs
Although there is a rising competition in the segment, Subaru considered keeping the changes of 2018 Subaru Outback in normal ways which means that there will be no drastic changes to provide. Its first debut was started in 1990s as a station wagon and the 2018 model may go with the fresh look. There will be six trim levels to provide such as 2.5i, 2.5 I Premium, 2.5i Limited, 2.5i Touring, 3.6R Limited and the last will be the 3.6R Touring.
2018 Subaru Outback Changes
The company has a plan to keep it on the root by holding on its tradition. The new 2018 Subaru Outback has excellent off-road capability even much better than the previous model. The design is handsome and robust but the corners don’t come with very sharp look. It is designed with swept back and rakish. The base model will be offered with 17-inch of aluminum alloy wheels and there will be roof rails.
2018 Subaru Outback has very quiet cabin design and the quality materials will be improved. The thick panels will complete the floor and it has inner fenders with the foam insulation that they will enhance. The cabin is also designed with quite good seats and spacious cabin design. Although it will be designed with good interior materials, it wouldn’t beat the new Volvo XC70. The all models will be featured by rear view camera system, airbags and some trims will have active safety system with Eyesight Driver Assist Technology and there will be STARLINK Safety and Security. The Sight Driver Assist Technology supports you for using adaptive cruise control, auto emergency braking as well as forward collision warning. It also has lane departure warning. You can go with the optional blind-spot monitors.
2018 Subaru Outback Engine
The use of 2.5 liter engine will complete the base model to go with 175 hp and the higher trim has 3.6 liter and flat-six unit that is capable to work for 256 hp. These units are designed with CVT and the maximum towing capacity is about 3000 pounds. The fuel economy is quite average. The X mode which comes for hill-start assist and hill-descent control helps a lot to improve the riding experience with 8.7 inches ground clearance from the Outback. 2018 Subaru Outback especially for the braking performance even beats most its rivals.
2018 Subaru Outback for the base model can be about $25,600 while the top model is about $38,100. It is predicted to hit the market in the end of 2017.