Ten ways 2015 Outback will be a nicer place to enjoy the backcountry
The new fifth-generation 2015 Subaru Outback is on display at Jacob K. Javits Center for the last day today in New York. Subaru brought their newest version of the Outback for adventure seekers. But they also brought the quietest version with the best sound to New York. We used to say, if you have a noisy car, just turn up the radio. With the new Outback you can turn down the new sound system because the new cabin is quieter than the outgoing model.
The original Outback established a template for a unique crossover segment that has passenger car attributes and SUV off-road capabilities. The 2015 Outback hasn’t lost its ability to do both and now will have a more comfortable cabin for adventure seekers. With its newly refined version of the Active Torque Split version of Symmetrical AWD, it’s still an outdoor-oriented multi-use vehicle. But the new Outback will get you there in more comfort.
The new Outback cabin gets a bit more serene with the addition of a new acoustic windshield, liquid-filled engine mounts, thicker panels in key locations (floor, toeboard, rear wheel apron, inner fenders) and expanded use of foam insulation and floor damping material. The Outback will be a much nicer place to enjoy the backcountry. And you can better hear Outback's new sound system.