Is the 2015 Subaru Outback getting too soft?
Subaru has unveiled the all-new 2015 Outback at the New York International Auto Show and it comes with more refinement and greater comfort than any previous Outback wagon. But is the new fifth-generation wagon getting too soft? Will the new-gen wagon appeal to Outback loyalists?
Many buyers are attracted to Outback because of its multi-use function as a family hauler, its cargo carrying ability and recreational capabilities. Subaru is attracting a new buyer who has never purchased a Subaru before across their entire lineup. Are they getting away from their roots of recreational all-wheel-drive vehicles with the new cushy Outback?
For the 2015 model year, Outback comes with new a greater level of comfort and refinement than ever before. It now features new soft-touch materials, thicker cushioning for armrests and the center console and new trim styles give the 2015 Outback a more premium feel. Will loyal Outback owners be attracted to the new-gen model?
The new model is impressive with its new level of comfort. Outback 2.5i Premium now features 10-way power driver’s seat (with power lumbar support adjustment); dual-zone automatic climate control; the All-Weather Package (three-mode heated front seats, heated exterior mirrors and a windshield wiper de-icer); upgraded infotainment system; an air filtration system; leather-wrapped steering wheel; fog lights, and dark-tint privacy glass.