2017 Subaru Outback ratings and reviews

One of Subaru’s most popular SUVs, the Outback is known for its feature-packed trims, enjoyable drive, and versatility as both an on-road and off-road vehicle. The 2017 model is no exception, offering impressive passenger and cargo space, excellent fuel economy, and convenient features in every trim. In the base 2.5i comes 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, two 12-volt power outlets, all-wheel drive with active torque vectoring, hill descent control, and a 60/40 split-folding rear seat. Move to the 2.5i Limited for a 12-speaker premium audio system and blind spot detection, or the 2.5i Touring for high beam assist, reverse automatic braking, and a heated steering wheel. The 3.6 R Limited and 3.6R Touring trims both get a powertrain boost with their 6-cylinder engine mated to a LINEARTRONIC HCVT over the 2.5i 4-cylinder engine, although fuel efficiency dips to a combined 22 mpg instead of 28 mpg. Stylish dual exhaust outlets also come with both 3.6R trims.

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One of Subaru’s most popular SUVs, the Outback is known for its feature-packed trims, enjoyable drive, and versatility as both an on-road and off-road vehicle. The 2017 model is no exception, offering impressive passenger and cargo space, excellent fuel economy, and convenient features in every trim. In the base 2.5i comes 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, two 12-volt power outlets, all-wheel drive with active torque vectoring, hill descent control, and a 60/40 split-folding rear seat. Move to the 2.5i Limited for a 12-speaker premium audio system and blind spot detection, or the 2.5i Touring for high beam assist, reverse automatic braking, and a heated steering wheel. The 3.6 R Limited and 3.6R Touring trims both get a powertrain boost with their 6-cylinder engine mated to a LINEARTRONIC HCVT over the 2.5i 4-cylinder engine, although fuel efficiency dips to a combined 22 mpg instead of 28 mpg. Stylish dual exhaust outlets also come with both 3.6R trims.
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