With more modifications than a typical model year change, the 2013 Subaru Outback has undergone an extensive facelift, said the vehicle maker. It explained that changes include revised styling, chassis enhancements to improve ride quality, new amenities and audio capabilities, and the new EyeSight Driver Assist system.
As the adventure-ready SUV alternative, the Subaru Outback provides crisp car-like handling with the versatility of an SUV, said the vehicle maker. Standard Subaru symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive distinguishes Outback from crossover competitors, which generally offer all-wheel-drive at an additional cost. Plus its 220 mm of ground clearance is higher than even many large SUVs and crossovers. Yet, the Subaru Outback still maintains a low step-in height.
The 2013 Subaru Outback features a restyled front end for a sportier, more powerful appearance, including new headlights, grille, front bumper and fog lights, according to the vehicle maker. Numerous enhancements to the body structure, suspension and steering give the Outback an even smoother and quieter ride for 2013, while also helping to increase handling agility. Body roll has also been reduced by up to 40 per cent.