New Subaru Outback Is Coming But The Old Model Is Still Your Shining Star
The outgoing 2019 Subaru Outback just won’t go away quietly. The all-new six-generation 2020 Outback SUV/Crossover is ready to make its dealer launch and the fifth-generation model is still racking up awards. Outback just scored the Best Car for Families 2019 award from Digital Trends.
The Subaru Outback isn’t just a segment winner, the SUV beats every car in America to take the Best Family Car award. That’s impressive when you consider all the family vehicles it went up against. Digital Trends says they put family vehicles through a comprehensive scrutinizing process, checking out everything from interior features, safety tech, and real-world testing, driving them on highways, back roads, as well as off-road tracks.
2019 Subaru Outback
What sets Outback apart
Digital Trends gives 5 reasons why the 2019 Subaru Outback is the best car for your family. They say it’s spacious inside, more rugged than your typical family hauler, comes standard with all-wheel-drive, and it has 8.7-inches of ground clearance for off-road adventures.
They also cite Outback’s safety features with its EyeSight driver-assist system. DT says, “It’s truly a car that does it all,” and “It’s all the car you will ever need.” The SUV-alternative Outback has been a top pick for families before and it’s not the first award.
U.S. News and World Report awarded the SUV “Best Cars For Families” in 2016 and was AutoWeb's “Buyers Choice” for best wagon last year. The multi-purpose Outback was also recognized for its “go anywhere” all-wheel-drive capability, spacious cabin, generous cargo space, and its numerous achievements in safety and reliability.
If you want the award-winning fifth-generation 2019 Outback, Subaru is offering incentives and zero percent financing on all remaining models to move them off their lots now. It’s the best time to buy the outgoing model before the all-new six-generation 2020 Subaru Outback arrives in September.
2020 Subaru Outback arrives in September
For the 2020 model change, Outback gets improved ride quality, a new 2.4-liter turbo engine, and it’s quieter than the previous generation. The 2020 Subaru Outback SUV/Crossover also gets new interior refinements that should keep the new model on the “Best Cars For Families” award list.
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