Subaru Unveils The All-New 2020 Outback At The New York Auto Show

For 25 years the Subaru Outback has been helping Colorado Springs drivers explore the Rocky Mountains and beyond with confidence behind the wheel and safe and reliable performance. This past April at the New York Auto Show the totally redesigned 2020 Subaru Outback made its big stage debut and needless to say, this is the most adventurous, best equipped, and safest Outback yet.

Right from the time Fort Carson drivers lay eyes on the 2020 Outback they will be struck by the ruggedly refined and athletic new style. The 2020 Outback is built on the new Subaru Global Platform which utilizes more high-strength steel for a 70% stiffer structure for improved ride quality, safety, and less road noise. The 2020 Outback has two new BOXER engines, one of which is a turbo. The base BOXER is an updated 2.5L four-cylinder that now generates 182 horsepower and gets 33 highway mpg. While the 2.4L turbocharged BOXER produces 260 horsepower and can tow up to 3,500 lbs.

Inside the 2020 Outback is a more spacious interior with 109 cubic feet of seating for 5 and 75.5 cubic feet of maximum cargo space for bigger adventures. There is also more premium materials and finishes as well as an available 11.6-inch multimedia touchscreen display. The latest version of Subaru STARLINK multimedia includes Chimani app that connects your Outback directly to over 400 National Parks with maps, highlights, and park history. Other new tech features of the 2020 Outback include 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity, Clari-Fi™ compressed audio restoration technology and GreenEdge™ high-efficiency speakers for high-quality sound with the available Harman Kardon premium audio system.

Safety and Subaru are one and the same and the 2020 Outback has more advanced safety features than ever before. Like Subaru DriverFocus Distraction Mitigation System and the latest version of EyeSight Driver Assist Technology that includes a few new features. Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering and EyeSight Assist Monitor with head-up display are new for the 2020 model year and EyeSight is still a standard feature of the Outback.

We will be sure to keep everyone informed about when the 2020 Subaru Outback will arrive. It is scheduled to hit the road later this year during the fall and everyone here at Heuberger Subaru can’t wait to experience the safest and most adventurous Subaru Outback yet.

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