Overview (Final Score: A)
Few vehicles are as immediately recognizable as the. The Outback has a loyal fan base that has, not surprisingly, been expanding as the popularity of smaller crossovers grows. Smart marketing, a well-deserved reputation for reliability, and excellent capability and versatility are selling points for any Subaru vehicle, including the Outback.
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For the 2018 model year, the Subaru Outback sees a few updates, including a new front fascia, more aerodynamic side mirrors, new infotainment and a new center console design. The 2018 Outback otherwise remains the same as last year’s family-friendly midsize crossover.
The five-passenger wagon-styled 2018 Subaru Outback is available in six trim levels, two of which include the larger six-cylinder engine. All Outback models come with all-wheel drive and an automated transmission as standard.
What We Love About the 2018 Subaru Outback:
- Interior experience is excellent with plenty of room for everyone
- Fuel economy is good and translates well into the real world
- Capable and confident performance in all weather conditions and most light off-road excursions
What We Don’t Love About the 2018 Subaru Outback:
- Drive quality is not as fun as some competitors
- Smaller configurable cargo space than most true crossovers
- Engine power delivery is more deliberate and slow than most competitors
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