2018 Subaru Outback lands in Australia

Refreshed looks and new features for popular Subaru wagon

2018 subaru outback

Subaru dealerships across Australia now have the updated 2018 Subaru Outback in stock with the perennially popular offering welcoming a number of changes for the new year.

And the make-over isn’t just cosmetic, Subaru also taking the time to update the safety gear and convenience features too.

The new exterior brings a new-look front bumper, grille, headlights, wing mirrors, as well as fresh alloy wheel designs.

On the inside, Subaru tell us Outback buyers will now be greeted with a large tablet-type central display (seen below) that features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality.

There’s also a new steering wheel, air conditioning panel and vents, and stitching added to the instrument panel.

While the third generation EyeSight Driver Assist system in the Subaru Outback for 2018 now comes with Lane Keep Assist.

Some minor engine and transmission tweaks improve power and torque figures for the 2.5 litre unit, the Subaru engineers also rethinking the suspension tune.

Lastly, front and side view monitors on premium variants have also been added.

“The upgrades across every key area underline our commitment to value for our customers, together with the durability, engineering and, of course, safety, for which Subaru is renowned.” – Subaru Australia Managing Director, Colin Christie.

subaru outback 2018 infotainmentRemaining priced from $36,240 (Outback) 2.5i and from $38,740 (2.0D diesel), we look forward to bringing you a review of the updated 2018 Subaru Outback in coming weeks.

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