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Here Is The Most Aggressive New Subaru Outback XT Trim You Won’t Find In Showrooms

The coolest new 2020 Subaru Outback has arrived, but you won’t find it at your local Subaru dealer. See where you can get one.

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The first lifted 2020 Subaru Outback is here but you won’t find it in Subaru showrooms. It comes from LP Aventure which is in Quebec, Canada and they now offer a lift kit for the newly-redesigned 2020 Subaru Outback. If you don't live in Canada, they have distributors throughout the U.S. and we've provided a link below. The kit will give it a more aggressive stance for adventure seekers looking for more extreme off-road pursuits.

You can improve the look and ground clearance of your redesigned 2020 Outback with the kit, and won’t need to worry about scraping the lower body while traveling through scrub brush, a river or a rocky trail. LP Aventure chose the more adventurous 2020 Outback XT Onyx Edition to put the first kit on.

2020 Subaru Outback XT Onyx Edition

The Onyx Edition XT already comes with a few off-road goodies. The main one being the new dual-function X-MODE. It improves off-road ability by adding settings for snow, dirt, and mud and is the latest addition to the sixth-generation Outback. Get it higher off the ground and you can go further into the backcountry without getting stranded.

Subaru’s rugged Outback has long been a model in the all-wheel-drive stable that is used by active individuals who take it on back-country adventures to go hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding, kayaking, and camping. Outback already gets lower bodyside cladding standard on all models, which helps protect against mud, rocks and other road debris.

Lifted 2020 Subaru Outback

The new 2020 Subaru Outback also comes standard with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters and Hill Descent Control. LP Adventure says the full Outback kit will give it more attitude and will be available soon for adventure enthusiasts.

Axle-back for the 2020 Subaru Outback XT is available now

If you don’t live in Canada, LP Aventure also has Distributors in 16 U.S. states where you can get one of these lift kits. They also have kits ready to go for the Forester, Crosstrek and new Ascent family hauler.

LP Aventure says the final product for all 2020 Outback models will be available soon. You can find a U.S. distributor here and get on the list to be the first to get a lift kit for your 2020 Subaru Outback.

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mike j (not verified)    October 10, 2019 - 9:46PM

It's still a Subaru with the thinnest sheet metal body in the auto industry and they will show every little ding and dent when you take it off road and "touch" any object.

Rick (not verified)    October 10, 2019 - 10:05PM

I sell Subarus, and unless they make them differently for the Canadian market, the car in the photis is a Limited trim Outback, not an Onyx Black.

Still, a great car, but not the Onyx.

TM (not verified)    October 11, 2019 - 10:10AM

In full disclosure, you should make readers aware of modifications to new Subaru products along with informing them of where to go to obtain vehicle lift kits. Subaru of America, due to Eyesight configurations will not be liable for any malfunction or could potentially void the warranty on any "lifted" Subaru with Eyesight which this 2020 Outback XT and all 2020 Outbacks and Foresters have as standard equipment..

Here is the official statement form Subaru of America...

"Subaru vehicles are designed to ensure that they meet or exceed federal and state regulations for safety, emissions, fuel economy, vehicle classification and other requirements. Aftermarket modifications can compromise compliance with those regulations and alter the intended design in a way that could compromise the safety or performance of the vehicle.
As our vehicles become more advanced, these modifications can affect driver assistance systems such as EyeSight and RAB. For example, an EyeSight vehicle cannot be recalibrated after it has been lifted. Even simple modifications such as changing the tires or wheels can impact these new systems. And even in the absence of advanced driver assistance technology, these seemingly simple modifications may result in inaccurate odometer and fuel economy readings, or an impact on vehicle braking and handling.
Modifications may also jeopardize coverage for repairs under the Subaru Limited Warranty.
Subaru recognizes that some customers desire personalization, so we offer a selection of optional accessory parts designed and tested to ensure that they do not affect regulatory compliance, vehicle safety, performance or overall design criteria.
Modifications other than with approved Subaru accessories are not endorsed or recommended by SOA. Retailers should refrain from performing unauthorized modifications, such as installing larger tires and/or wheels, completing performance modifications to the drivetrain or suspension, changing cloth seat covers to leather, or other such modifications. If a customer insists on such a modification, SOA recommends that the retailer decline to perform it and notify the customer that such a modification might compromise warranty coverage, as well as the overall safety, quality, durability, and performance of the vehicle.
If a retailer discovers such modifications during normal servicing, it should be noted on the repair order with an indication that it could affect the warranty coverage and vehicle integrity.

will johnson (not verified)    October 11, 2019 - 4:46PM

I just had my parts guy build one of these. It's on the showroom at Subaru of Portland if anyone wants to come take a looksy