Car reviews - Subaru - Outback - 2.5i Premium 5-dr wagon



Three-years/unlimited Km


Ave Fuel Cons: 8.4L/100km (manual: 8.9)
Bore X Stroke: 99.5 x 79mm
Carbon Dioxide Levels: 198g/km (manual: 209)
Compression Ratio: 10:1
Drive: All-wheel drive
Fuel Type: 90-95 RON unleaded petrol
Location: front, transverse
Power: 123kW @ 5600rpm
Torque: 229Nm @ 4000rpm
Type: 2.457-litre single-cam 16-valve horizontally opposed four-cylinder petrol


Six-speed CVT Continuously Variable Transmission (as Tested) Or Six-speed Manual


Front: coil springs, Independent MacPherson strut
Rear: coil springs, Double wishbone independent


Turning Circle: 11 metres
Type: Hydraulic powered rack-and-pinion


Ground Clearance: 213mm
Height: 1615mm
Kerb Weight: 1465-1525kg
Length: 4790mm
Towing Capacity With Braked Trailer: 1500/750kg without brakes
Track, Front: 1535mm
Track, Rear: 1530mm
Wheelbase: 2745mm
Width: 1820mm


12v/120W Power Jacks (x2)
17-inch Alloy Wheels
215/50 R17 91V
6 Speaker Stereo System
6-stack In-dash CD Player (MP3 And WMA Compatible)
60/40 Split Folding Rear Seats
8-way Power Seat With Dual Memory - Driver
Air-conditioning - Dual Zone Climate Control With Rear Vents And A Filters
Airbags - Knee Airbag (driver Only)
Arbags - Dual Front, Dual Front Side And Curtain
Auxiliary Jack - Front Centre Console
Brake Assist
Cargo Area Carpet
Electric Sunroof
Electronic Brake Force Distribution
Electronic Parking Brake With Hill Hold Switch
Electronic Throttle
Front Fog Lights
Leather Steering Wheel
Multi-information Display (fuel Economy, Temperature And Clock)
Paddle Shift On Steering Column (CVT)
Pullout Cargo Area Tie Down Points
Reclining Rear Seat
Remote Central Locking Keys (x2)
Retractable Cargo Security Blind
Roof Rails
Safety Pedals
Self-levelling Rear Suspension
Steering Wheel Audio Controls
Steering Wheel Cruise Controls
Sunglasses Holder
Symmetrical All-wheel Drive
Temporary Full Size Spare Wheel
Tool Kit
Vehicle Dynamics Control System (VDC)

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