2023 Subaru Outback Exterior

The 2023 Subaru Outback is the latest SUV out of Subaru, and it has been in the works for a while. The car debuted in October 2018 and was an instant hit. Here are some features to take note of:

What's New for the 2023 Subaru Outback?

The 2023 Outback comes with redesigned LED headlights and fog lights; and a more rugged front bumper cover. The rear has a larger spoiler and will help increase the car's performance when traveling at high speeds. The model is known to have very sporty looks and is a crossover SUV.

It comes with the latest version of EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, which operates smoothly under greater conditions.


The Subaru Outback is essentially a truck without a bed. The 2023 model is equipped with cruise control; there are steering wheel controls for all of the car's features, like heated seats and steering wheels. The vehicle gets airbags and anti-lock brakes in case something bad happens, an important safety feature.

The model also has a great stereo system, and speakers are placed throughout the cabin. The front and back passengers now have available USB-C charging ports and the traditional USB-A ports for future device compatibility. The horsepower is good, and the model is built with an off-roader feel. It means more space in the cabin and a higher ride height. The front bumper cover has also been designed to be more rugged than the previous model.

2023 Subaru Outback Interior

Trims & Horsepower

The 2023 Outback comes in four different trim levels. The base trim, known as the 2.5i LTD, comes with a 2.5L engine that produces 175 horsepower. There is also a turbo model with a more powerful motor. The engine is a 224-horsepower turbocharged, four-cylinder boxer engine. The 3.6R Touring and Limited models both have the power of 256 horsepower and are more stingy on gas than the other models because they come with a CVT (continuously variable transmission).


The 2023 model achieved the top safety scores when tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety when it comes to safety. The Outback comes with eight airbags, including a new driver's knee airbag to protect the driver during an accident. The car also comes with front and side-impact door beams. It contains a Blind-Spot Detection with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.

You can contact us or visit our dealership to learn about the vehicle for more information.

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