2020 Subaru Outback Limited XT

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Subaru Outback Details

B4, 2.4L; DOHC; Turbo
Crystal Black Silica
63,676 Miles
interior color
Warm Ivory
stock number
Limited XT

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About This 2020 Subaru Outback

*AWD* *Heated Power Leather Seats w/Memory* *Heated Steering Wheel* *Rearview Parking Camera w/Parking Assist Sensors* *Power Liftgate* *Adaptive Cruise Control* *Fog Lights* *HARMON/KARDON 576 Watt 12 Speaker Premium Audio System* *Wireless Charger* *Bluetooth Connect* *Security System* *18" Premium Tire & Wheel Package*

Vehicle Details
Step into the world of adventure and comfort with the 2020 Subaru Outback Limited XT, a true companion for those seeking the unbeatable combination of performance and luxury. Equipped with a robust B4, 2.4L engine and advanced All-Wheel Drive system, this Outback is designed to deliver exhilarating power and unparalleled stability in all driving conditions.

The Limited XT trim elevates your driving experience with an array of premium features. Enjoy the ease and safety of the Adaptive Cruise Control and the convenience of a Back-Up Camera, making every journey smooth and secure. Inside, the cabin offers a sanctuary of comfort, with a Heated Steering Wheel ensuring warm and comfortable drives during colder days, and sumptuous seating that makes even the longest trips a pleasure.

Stay connected and entertained with top-of-the-line technology such as Android Auto, seamlessly integrating your smartphone for access to apps, navigation, and music on the go. Plus, with a clean CARFAX report, you can have complete peace of mind knowing this vehicle has a history of care and quality maintenance.

The 2020 Subaru Outback Limited XT is more than just a car; it’s a lifestyle upgrade. Ideal for those who demand reliability, comfort, and a touch of luxury in their daily drive or weekend escapades. Don’t miss the chance to own this exceptional vehicle – your gateway to new adventures awaits!

This 2020 Subaru Outback has auto-adjust speed for safe following. The Subaru Outback is equipped with all wheel drive. This vehicle offers Android Auto for seamless smartphone integration. Apple CarPlay: Seamless smartphone integration for it - stay connected and entertained on the go! This 2020 Subaru Outback keeps you comfortable with Auto Climate. This unit has an automatic transmission. See what's behind you with the back up camera on the vehicle. This unit has an elegant black exterior finish. Our dealership has already run the CARFAX report and it is clean. A clean CARFAX is a great asset for resale value in the future. Set the temperature exactly where you are most comfortable in this Subaru Outback. The fan speed and temperature will automatically adjust to maintain your preferred zone climate. It features cruise control for long trips. The Electronic Stability Control will keep you on your intended path. This vehicle has a B4, 2.4L high output engine. Enjoy the tried and true gasoline engine in this Subaru Outback. The vehicle features a hands-free Bluetooth phone system. This unit is pure luxury with a heated steering wheel. The vehicle stays safely in its lane with Lane Keep Assist. The leather seats in this mid-size suv are a must for buyers looking for comfort, durability, and style. Help alleviate lower back pain with the driver seat lumbar support in this Subaru Outback. The spacious cabin accommodates your family and friends in comfort. Take it to the mountains or the beach. it can handle it all. The installed navigation system will keep you on the right path. Enjoy the convenience of the power liftgate on this mid-size suv. This vehicle is equipped with the latest generation of XM/Sirius Radio.

Standard Model Wireless Charger Rear Bumper Cover Cargo Net Dome Light LED Upgrade **Equipment listed is based on original vehicle build and subject to change. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling the dealer prior to purchase.**

Features & Options

  • Standard Model
  • Wireless Charger
  • Rear Bumper Cover
  • Cargo Net
  • Dome Light LED Upgrade
  • STARLINK/Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smart device mirroring
  • Lane Centering hands-on cruise control
  • EyeSight Pre-Collision Braking forward collision mitigation
  • EyeSight Pre-Collision Braking pedestrian impact prevention
  • Rear camera with washer
  • EyeSight Lane Keep Assist
  • Reverse Automatic Braking collision mitigation
  • EyeSight Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control
  • EyeSight Pre-Collision Throttle Management predictive brake assist system
  • STARLINK (Subscription Required) selective service internet access
  • Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
  • STARLINK Safety and Security (Subscription Required) smart device engine start control
  • Power liftgate rear cargo door
  • Integrated navigation system with voice activation
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated driver and front passenger seats
  • Heated rear seats
  • Leather front seat upholstery
  • Primary monitor touchscreen
  • First-row sliding and tilting laminated glass sunroof with express open/close activation sunshade
  • Driver seat power reclining
  • lumbar support
  • cushion tilt
  • fore/aft control and height adjustable control
  • Full-time AWD
  • 2.4L H-4 gasoline direct injection
  • DOHC
  • variable valve control
  • intercooled turbo
  • regular unleaded
  • engine with 260HP
  • Front wireless smart device charging
  • Smart key with hands-free access and push button start
  • Auto Vehicle Hold (AVH) automatic brake hold
  • Bluetooth wireless audio streaming
  • Proximity cargo area access release
  • Blind Spot Detection (BSD)
  • Dual-zone front climate control
  • Voice-activated climate control
  • Directionally adaptive headlights
  • High Beam Assist (HBA) auto high-beam headlights
  • Immobilizer
  • STARLINK Safety and Security (Subscription Required) vehicle tracker
  • Harman/kardon speakers
  • SiriusXM Traffic real-time traffic
  • STARLINK Safety and Security (Subscription Required) vehicle integrated emergency SOS system
  • Bluetooth handsfree wireless device connectivity
  • External memory control
  • Pandora internet radio capability
  • Electronic stability control system
  • Hill descent control
  • Hill start assist
  • Leather rear seat upholstery
  • Automatic climate control
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Auto-leveling headlights
  • LED brake lights
  • 3 12V power outlets
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2020 Subaru Outback Touring XT Review

The Outback and Crosstrek are Subaru’s all-stars; a pair of all-wheel drive wagons that have carved out a niche among granolas and those living in the sticks. And this week I’m testing their all-new Paul Hogan mobile - updated but very familiar.
Ok, so I’m dating myself with the Crocodile Dundee reference. But I still think of throwing a shrimp on the barbie whenever I see an Outback; an image I much prefer to drooling dogs and dancing barefoot around a tree. But let’s talk about what’s new here. The Outback’s built upon a new platform that’s stiffer than before so it communicates a tighter overall package. It’s longer and a little wider and feels so from behind the wheel. A turbo engine option is back on the menu and my tester has it; a more powerful 2.4-liter Boxer that replaces the 3.6R model. A CVT remains the only transmission regardless of motor. And lastly, Subaru has gone all fancy with a tablet-style touchscreen that’s vivid and very simple to use. Those are the major items for this 2020 model but of course there are a lot of nuances to discuss.
Subaru rarely provides their top-of-the-line trim for evaluation but in fact that’s what I have here: the Touring XT priced at $40,705. So if you want these satin finish power folding mirrors, chrome inserts on the door handles, ventilated front seats, and softer nappa leather the XT is where you’ll land. And if you want none of those things and far less of everything including the turbo, a base Outback starts at under $28,000.
Let’s be real - no one buys an Outback for the way it drives. That being said this new turbo is definitely punchy - it’s got real kick but in a juvenile kind of way that’s mismatched with this Touring’s $40,000 persona. NVH levels aren’t simpatico with the price tag. The Outback feels taller and bigger now from behind the wheel like you’re driving an SUV and no longer just a tall wagon. And because this car will see a lot of twisty back roads I wish it had even a modicum of handling ability. These tires don’t do it any justice as they resist turning. All that being said, with its world class all-wheel drive system and versatility I can understand the appeal.
Because 90% of Outback drivers don’t give a damn about such things I too have put myself in that frame of mind while testing and as long as you’re not perseverating on it the drive is good enough. No the CVT isn’t as natural feeling or as quiet as the one I just tested in the Nissan Altima but it is smooth and locked in while the Outback’s lighter suspension provides an agreeable, supple ride quality. Around the town, the Outback’s quieter cabin, auto hold feature and torquey 260 horsepower engine provide a stress-free respite though the Auto Start-Stop system is the most violent I’ve ever tested: the car literally shudders when it restarts. 277 pound-feet of torque is a substantial upgrade though my gas mileage didn’t come close to the 26mpg EPA estimate. Towing has increased to 3,500 pounds.
Though the Outback’s drive is largely inoffensive I don’t like how Subaru has integrated their EyeSight features. It is safety tech overload and instead of gracefully incorporating the system it’s front and center, always in your face with blinking lights of different colors, buzzers, scolding and a dizzying array of warning signs; far too intrusive when it should be in the background.
For those of you who either hate new age tech or simply don’t trust it, bad news. EyeSight is standard on every model. You can individually kill some components through the touchscreen but it becomes tedious because, for certain features, your selections don’t carry over from one drive to the next. The Outback wants to do the driving – and it can for short periods without your hands on the wheel – but it’s all just too meddlesome and not as confidence inspiring as some competing semi-autonomous systems.
But where the Outback continues to excel is on that dirt path, gravel road or snowy driveway. With X-MODE locking all 4 wheels while tweaking the CVT and other drive systems for off-road, trickier low speed driving the Outback and it’s nearly 9” of ground clearance feel right at home on the trail. Subaru’s AWD system is better and it’s palpable though real underbody protection is not included.
All Touring XT’s receive this attractive Java Brown interior with slightly more passenger volume and 2.4 cubic feet more cargo room than before. Remote levers help with folding the rear seats which themselves possess a recline feature, heating and a pair of USB ports. There’s in-car WiFi , a strong Harman Kardon stereo system and a 180 degree front view camera that’s helpful but why not just go full circle? Steering responsive adaptive headlights with auto high beams are also a nice get. Out back, the cargo area comes with a mud mat and multi-mode cargo cover but no foot activated opening of the hatch. The cabin finally has a much higher quality look and feel and the Outback is a car in which you can quickly get very comfortable. I’m amazed at how quickly the HVAC system heats up on a cold day. A couple of annoyances – the start button is hidden behind the steering wheel and the phone holder – without wireless charging on my car – isn’t big enough and is cumbersome to access.
All told I like the new Outback – its larger, sharpened appearance catches my eye and I appreciate its adventuresome spirit despite some of its shortcomings.