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Three benefits to look for on the 2014 Subaru Outback

Subaru gives an exclusive sneak peek at the 2014 Outback in a new interactive brochure. See what benefits the new Outback has to offer outdoor enthusiasts.


Outdoor enthusiasts will want to take a look at the 2014 Subaru Outback. Now for the first time, Subaru is giving buyers a great new way to interact with the new four-door sport wagon. They have just released a new online interactive brochure for the 2014 Outback with 23 pages to interact with the new wagon. It features tools where interested buyers can turn pages, use the tools to zoom in, bookmark pages, print all or selected pages and share it online.

There are also videos for interested buyers to play with a live internet connection. Buyers can build their own 2014 Outback online with the new digital online brochure and chose between nine exterior colors to the interior color and trim. Consumers can interact with the Outback and find out everything from engine and drivetrain options to the latest technology offered on the four-door wagon.

The Subaru Outback has racked up more customer miles both on the road and on the trail and has been the best-selling All-Wheel-Drive car in America for the past five years. Subaru owners know their Outback will get them to where they are going whether it’s quick errands around town or taking it off the beaten path. It’s what keeps them coming back to the all-wheel drive sport wagon.

Outback is built for the trail

Subaru owners lead an active lifestyle and the new Outback offers 8.7 inches of ground clearance that enable them to go places many SUVs won’t go. Many owners take their Outback off-road and hit the trails to get to their destination. The Outback features an electronic parking brake and Hill Holder function allowing the driver to come to a complete stop on a steep hill without losing ground. This allows the Outback to be taken on trails where outdoor enthusiasts want to go.

30 mpg highway

And once Outback owners take off for their outdoor excursion, they can go further on a tank of gas. The new 2014 Outback when equipped with the 2.5-liter engine and CVT automatic gearbox gets an EPA estimated 24/30/26 city/highway/combined mpg. The Subaru Boxer engine develops 173 horsepower and 174 lb ft of torque to get outdoor enthusiasts up the mountain. For those who want more stump jumping power, Subaru offers the 3.6-liter powerplant that pumps out 256 hp and 247 lb ft of torque.

All-wheel-drive capability

All 2014 Outbacks come with the excellent Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive system that will get them off the road and onto the trail. The proven system keeps power routed to all four wheels ensuring outstanding grip in wet or dry conditions on the trail. The system is designed to handle steeper inclines and harsher terrain that your average SUV. It’s off-road capabilities are what the Outback is about.

For those wanting to get off the beaten path, the 2014 Subaru Outback will get you there. And at 30 mpg highway, it’s fuel-efficient. Check out the new interactive online brochure here.