This review is the latest version of Subaru Outback SUV premium format 2.0D turbo-diesel. Changes for MY2017 are more about what’s new vehicle sensitive. Added to the lines and plating more smoothly? You will have to look elsewhere, if that is what you are looking for.
Subaru Outback 2.0D with automatic gearbox comes in two types of equipment, the highest level we tested is marked as Premium. The standard model is R $ 36,490, the premium is US $ 42,990. premium interior is well equipped with a powered sunroof, leather upholstery, power driver’s seat with eight-position memory function.
Importantly, all automatic Outback, not only the Premium edition, are equipped with the security system of the vision of Subaru. More on that in a moment.
The form of common sense Outback has a vertical grid finished mainly in body color. daytime running lights halogen front fog lamps in each variant Outback now integrated (DRL). The back is reasonably square to make way for a decent cargo area, but to see more comments in our segment driving.
The boxer engine turbo-diesel 2.0-liter produces a modest 110 kW at 3600 rpm. Much more important is that it has a strong 350 Nm of torque between 1,800 and 2,400 rpm. A major advantage of automatic transmission CVT is that maintains the motor torque carefully this range virtually all the time.
Outback 2.5i 2.0D Premium and 3.6R with satellite navigation factory equipped with the new Subaru map update program to ensure the latest version of the map is before delivery of the vehicle installed. map update guarantee of three years also included – free annual updates of maps during the program period. That is, since the interior has regular services performed by an authorized service center Subaru.
Driver vision care system Subaru now has what the company calls Assist features vision in 3.6R Outback 2.0D Premium and 2.5i Premium models. It has blind spot monitoring; Change lanes; Assist beam; Rear Cross Traffic Alert
Which detects passing vehicles while backing of parking spaces; Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), which detects an emergency braking and emergency lights flashing automatically to warn following vehicles.
The front seats are large and comfortable, with the support of all the right places on most people. The rear seat has enough legroom, even with travelers on the front height, width can handle four adults, but two and a child makes more sense.
The boot is long and wide, but loses a lot of depth, due to mount a full free-wheel. Those who take the Outback Outback definitely need a great free, but those in the suburbs would probably prefer a deeper boot.
As some drivers are still getting used to the different characteristics of Subaru CVT automatic is set to a “false” is a conventional unit through the construction of seven “steps” that can come into play when driving hard or used as a Manual pseudo.
Auto mode CVT is smooth and smoothly moves through an infinite number of gears. In manual mode, especially when the steering wheel shift paddles steps have rapid changes and give a sporty touch, without any exchange shock is used.
Fuel consumption was not as low as expected, sitting in seven to eight liters per hundred kilometers on motorways and country covers. The increase from nine to eleven liters per cent of the city.
Driven at normal speeds Subaru Outback 2.0D is one of the smoothest, quietest cars on the market. When the hard drives noise intrusion in the cabin is minimal, even at high speeds on quiet country roads.
The handling is competent but there is no denying that this is a rather large SUV. Designed for drivers common sense of the suspension and steering are inclined towards comfort in the infinite equation comfort-versus-handling. We liked a lot, and I never felt I was going to cause us any pain when I hammer on curves, and were well aware of electronic stability controls were in