The Competition Can't Compare To The Subaru Outback

The Subaru Outback has been in a league of its own for 25 years and the competition can't offer the same level of safe, reliable, lasting, capable, and affordable performance. The all-new 2020 Subaru Outback has once again raised the bar leaving the competition in the dust.

There is a lot for Tuskegee drivers to love about the Subaru Outback, like standard advanced safety features, legendary performance that is ready for 200,000-miles, and the ability to meet all of your adventure needs. Safety and Subaru go hand in hand and the Outback is top of its class year after year with the high safety and crash test ratings. Subaru EyeSight Driver Assist Technology is standard on every Outback and other safety features include LED Steering Responsive Headlights, STARLINK Safety & Security with Automatic Collision Notification, and Subaru DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System. Not many other SUVs in the Outback's class are available with similar safety features or their driver assist packages are available for an additional cost. No other SUV also earns as many safety awards as the Outback.

The Outback delivers incredibly smooth and thrilling performance when commuting to work as well as impressive off-road capabilities; both of which are thanks to standard Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. By evenly providing and shifting power to all four wheels the Outback maintains a commanding grip on the road at all times. Other SUVs are only available with all-wheel-drive for an additional cost and don't offer the same level of capability as the Outback. Another standard performance feature of the Outback is X-Mode with Hill Descent Control to enhanced performance on low-friction surfaces. Again, the competition can't compare with no similar features.

The Outback is everything an SUV, sports utility vehicle, is meant to be with the ability to tow up to 3,500 lbs. and 75.7 cubic feet of maximum cargo space. The Outback also exclusively offers Montgomery drivers with roof rails and integrated crossbars and tie-downs to easily attach kayaks, bikes, skis, and cargo carriers. Roof rails are available for an additional cost of other SUVs and you will need to purchase crossbars separately. Those crossbars are also not very easy to uninstall when not in use. While the Outback's crossbars easily fold back into the roof rails when not in use.

Like everyone here at Montgomery Subaru, Auburn Outback fans are eagerly awaiting the new 2020 Outback to arrive this fall so they can get behind the wheel at the safest and most capable Outback ever.

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