New 2015 Subaru Outback’s incredible achievement speaks volumes
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New 2015 Subaru Outback’s incredible achievement speaks volumes

The newest 2015 Subaru Outback is already receiving global awards. What top honor gives it six consecutive wins?
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The new-generation 2015 Subaru Outback has just launched and its incredible new achievement speaks volumes about its enduring qualities. The new-generation 2015 Subaru Outback has just arrived in dealer showrooms and it’s already getting global recognition. The new award comes from Car Guide’s (Le Guide de l’auto) annual Best Buys, in Canada. 2015 Outback has been named “Best Crossover” in the annual competition.

This is Outback’s sixth consecutive win

The award in itself would be a good achievement, but the new-generation Outback gets its first award for the global trophy case but this is the sixth consecutive win for the Subaru wagon. Outback has racked up six of the Canadian awards in a row and it speaks volumes about its enduring core values.

Car Guide is the go-to magazine for new car buyers

Car Guide (Le Guide de l’auto) has been the largest automobile publication in Quebec for 49 years. The Canadian magazine is the publication of choice for those in Canada who are considering a new vehicle purchase. The knowledgeable group of Car Guide journalists have pooled their impressions to determine winners and the Subaru Outback wins again.
 
Cars are judged in at least nine areas

Best Buys says they use strict criteria to judge the winners in each category. A car or utility vehicle must be evaluated on strict criteria in the categories of price, styling, fuel consumption, comfort, performance, maintenance costs, daily drivability, reliability and resale value among many others. After independent evaluations take place, an editorial consensus is made to determine category winners.

Outback gets better with age

The new 2015 Outback wagon gets five new refinements that make it better than the old model it replaces. The fifth-generation 2015 Subaru Outback comes with a roomier interior, a more capable chassis and higher fuel-efficiency than the old model it replaces. It also comes with a new updated design with a enhanced AWD system and its quieter than ever.

Shiro Ohta, Chairman, President and CEO of Subaru Canada, Inc. said, “This incredible achievement speaks to the vehicle’s enduring versatility, driveability and quality.” The newest 2015 Subaru Outback has just arrived in showrooms in North America and its incredible new achievement speaks volumes about its enduring qualities. It’s Outback’s sixth consecutive win in the annual awards.

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