2023 Subaru Outback
Explore new roads with the new AWD vehicle by Subaru, one of the standout cars this year equipped for off-road adventures with its new X-Mode engine and expansive cabin.
Visit us at Rally Subaru dealer in Edmonton, Canada, and place your hands on the new 2023 Subaru Outback and make the most out of this automobile with your family and friends.
There’s a lot to discover in this seven-trim car, so let’s dive into this review to answer why you shall buy this vehicle.
This automobile offers a great mixture of a robust and state-of-art design, enabling the auto to take you through the most challenging driving conditions. The roof rails on top offer extra packing space, and the elevated ground clearance empowers the vehicle for off-road experiences.
On the front, you can see the neat design of the headlights, fog lights, and front grille. The car's overall design, from front to back, improves the vehicle’s aerodynamics for better performance and stability.
The aluminum alloy with 5-spoke wheels come in 17-inch and 18-inch, depending on the trim, which has a sophisticated design that complements the exterior design.
The new 2023 Subaru Outback cabin fits up to five passengers in a spacious interior with spacious legroom and headrests. The nop-notch cloth and leather seats offer much comfort, especially for the driver during long hauls, where the driver enjoys a 10-way powered seat with flexible lumbar support.
You can also find a large digital infotainment screen between 7-inch and 11.6-inch depending on the trim, but both offer control over everything inside the auto. The infotainment touchscreen has a USB connection that’s also compatible with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™.
The car is fully-equipped with advanced technology to ensure joyful rides every day. Starting with the native SUBARU STARLINK® system for seamless navigation and added security. This system also connects Subaru App and Subaru’s customer service to aid you when you seek help.
Additionally, the driver enjoys the perk of a heated steering wheel and seat in all the trims, while the rear passengers get heated seats only in selected models.
Furthermore, there are two USB outlets, a 3.5 mm jack, and a wireless phone charging pad.
Several systems provide safety for everyone on board, thanks to the multiple cameras and sensors spread around the auto. Blind Spot Detection helps you envision cars from unseen corners.
Other safety systems include Lane Change Assist, which assures the safety of taking over and that no cars are behind you, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert notifies you if any car is approaching from adjacent corners while backing up and reversing.
Depending on the trim, you get two powerful 2.5L or 2.4L engines with 4-cylinder, with fuel economy between 8.3L and 10L (combined) per 100 km.
The new Outback comes in seven trims: Convenience, Touring, Onyx, Limited, Wilderness, Limited XT, and Premier XT. The price starts from $32,695 for the Convenience trim and changes the more you modify the vehicle with add-ons.