Trim Levels of the 2019 Outback


Built for the adventurer in all of us, the 2019 Outback is designed to take us to new places and provide some of the best versatility available in the midsize SUV segment.  Dependable, powerful, and with desirable comfort and style, the Outback is the solution for an active lifestyle or family. The long list of features is testament to Subaru's technological prowess and legendary safety standards.  Five passengers fit comfortably, and the efficiency gets you amazing mileage range for any trip. 35.5 cu.ft of cargo capacity can fit most any gear you'd need, and if that's not enough there's 73 cu.ft available with the rear seats folded down.  Additionally, most models come standardly equipped with roof rails and integrated crossbars to accommodate larger supplies such as kayaks, bikes, skis, or Subaru's aftermarket cargo carriers. Here we outline the trim models of the 2019 lineup so you know exactly what model to shop for to best suit your drives and getaways!


2.5i

The base trim of the Outback comes well equipped for on- or some light off-road travel, with standard 17-inch alloy wheels, hill descent control, hill hold assist, and roof rails for any journey's gear.  For entertainment, the 2.5i comes with a 6.5-inch multimedia center screen, toting compatibility with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, USB and AUX inputs, and StarLink apps such as Pandora, Aha, navigation, weather, and more.  Bluetooth offers hands-free phone operation, and controls mounted to the steering wheel control these features and standard cruise control. New for 2019, all Outbacks come with Subaru's EyeSight driver assist features; adaptive cruise control, front collision warning with automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and lane keep assist.  


2.5i Premium

The second trim is the Premium, adding select features to heighten the comfort and convenience of the Outback.  Heated exterior mirrors, windshield de-icers, dual-zone automatic climate control, and heated front seats tend to cooler weather regions with welcoming cabin coziness.  A leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear shift, bigger 8-inch touchscreen, satellite radio compatibility, three additional USB ports, and a six-speaker sound system enhance the interior luxury of the vehicle, too.  The Premium also access several optional enhancements not offered in the base model, such as available power moonroof, auto-dimming rearview mirrors, power liftgate, blind-spot

monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alerts.  


2.5i Limited / 3.6R Limited

Standard for the Limited is the blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alerts.  Available is automatic reverse stop to prevent obstacle and vehicle collisions when backing up.  Leather upholstery heighten the luxury of the interior, along with driver-seat memory adjustment functions, keyless ignition and entry, heated rear seats, and a 12-speaker Harman Kardon sound system.  LED headlights are optional on the Limited, but standard on the similarly equipped 3.6R Limited. Additionally, wheels are upgraded from 17 inches to 18-inch designs.



2.5i Touring / 3.6R Touring

The highest trims for both engine options (discussed below) include the previously mentioned standard features of the previous models, plus premium leather upholstery, wood grain interior trim, and power moonroof.  Accompanying the moonroof are lower-profile roof racks without crossbars. The exterior is exclusively colored with matte black detailing.


As the names suggest, the four 2.5i trims are powered by the base engine option: the 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder Subaru Boxer.  These engines orientate their pistons parallel to the ground, improving on handling by lowering the center of gravity, as well as reducing cabin noise.  This four-cylinder offers 175 horsepower and 174 lb-ft torque, and possesses an EPA rating of 25/32 mpg. Headed into the last two 3.6R trims, the engine is upgraded to a 3.6-liter V6, robust with providing 256 horsepower and 247 lb-ft torque.  The V6 supplies 20/27 mpg. For both engines, all-wheel drive is standard and all vehicles are equipped with Active Torque Vectoring. An X-Mode is provided in select trims, specializing low-speed performance to better handle off-road terrain and severe weather conditions.  Both come paired with a Lineartronic continuously variable automatic transmission with equipped manual paddle shifters, and all Subaru Outbacks are rated to tow a maximum of 2,700 pounds when properly equipped.


Advantageous in capable power, interior spaciousness and comfort, plus the most up to date safety and convenience technology, the 2019 Outback is a well endowed journeyman that'll suit all your adventures and weekend plans.  Both powertrains supply ample confidence and handling to take the less traveled road in style with all the cargo you need to make a trip truly memorable. Come see Reedman Toll's growing numbers of 2019 models in our up-to-date inventory!  Our staff is ready to help you at any business hour; call up or stop in today!

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