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Subaru Outback

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As always with Subaru, the handling is flawlessly balanced. But the Bridgestone tires lack grip.


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The 169 hp of this great station wagon do not make it a sports car. But the times are correct and the approval at the rendezvous.


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The very soft suspension focuses on comfort. It is true that this model is primarily intended for the American market.


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The main flaw of the Outback concerns its high fuel consumption.


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The soundproofing is correct, although not quite up to the level of German top-of-the-range ones. It is good to travel in Outback.


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Out of the asphalt, the Outback does not fear its direct rivals. Even if it is not an all-terrain crossing.


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Admittedly, this is only a raised station wagon. And yet, the ground clearance is higher than that of most SUVs on the market! What to consider the sunken roads with serenity.


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The all-wheel drive has several modes to adapt to the surface encountered.


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Comfort remains essential on rough roads, thanks to the good suspension travel.


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The matrix and adaptive LED lighting is most correct.


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The matrix and adaptive LED lighting is most correct.


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This grille is rare on our roads. In Europe, Subaru is a long way from its heyday, when its image was boosted by rally success.


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These aggressively styled wheel arch surrounds are not standard in all markets. In the United States, they are reserved for the Wilderness finish.


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Only the front door handles have hands-free opening sensors. A gap, on a family model where you may want to open the rear doors first to bring in children, an animal or luggage.


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The roof bars are modular, as on the Dacia Sandero Stepway. Just unlock a zipper so that the gray part can be placed transversely.


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The generous underbody protections allow you to venture into hollow roads without risk, in addition to giving the Outback an adventurous look.


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Symmetrical all-wheel drive, the pride of Subaru, is of course present on the Outback.


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On board, the style is modern and the materials rather flattering.


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Ergonomics appears correct, even if some settings are a little too well hidden in the screen.


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The interior style is quite warm, and the choice of color is wide.


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The instrument cluster is sober, perfectly readable. Few cars in this range retain classic needle counters.


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The range of driving aids, complete, is controlled via the buttons on the steering wheel. The S/I command allows you to choose between two engine management laws.


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The definition of the screen could be better, the GPS is not connected to a cloud and it takes too many operations to deactivate the driving aids which recover authority at each start. On the infotainment side, Subaru has room for improvement.


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The CVT box is distinguished by its smoothness and convinces by its responsiveness.


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The care taken in finishing this door reveals that Subaru no longer neglects the appearance of its interiors.


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The seats are comfortable.


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In the Touring Exclusive finish, the seats are covered in real leather.


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At the rear, the space is huge and the bench seat comfortable.


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The Outback offers a large trunk of 561 liters, easy to load due to its square shape.


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These pull tabs in the side of the boot make it easy to fold the bench seat backs.


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When folded down, the bench seat forms a flat floor. The volume then reaches 1,822 liters.


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The four-cylinder flat is a characteristic of Subaru. Flexible and devoid of vibrations, it offers real pleasure, but it shows a strong appetite.


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The profile remains fairly close to that of the previous generation. However, it is indeed a 100% new model.


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