The Hot Selling Subaru Outback Essays
Long before crossovers became popular, the midsize Subaru Outback has established and maintained its own slice of the market. More wagon-like than SUV, the Outback brings in such utility attributes as an elevated suspension, standard all-wheel drive, and versatility — features that keep this model at the top of its game.
The Outback and Forester are the two top selling models for Subaru, accounting for approximately 60 percent of all sales. Through October 2016, Subaru has experienced 59 consecutive months of yearly month-over-month growth with the two SUVs routinely topping 10,000 units sold monthly for at least the past 32 months.
Chief competitors for this model include the Volvo XC70 and the Audi Allroad. Traditional SUV models such as the Ford Edge, Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, Kia Sorento, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee are a few that come to mind.
2017 Subaru Outback
The 2017 Outback is available in six grades or models: 2.5i ($25,645), 2.5i Premium ($27,695), 2.5i Limited ($32,390), 2.5i Touring ($35,995), 3.6R Limited ($34,995), and 3.6R Touring ($38,195).
New for 2017 is the range-topping Touring edition. This model has its own exterior and interior trim. All models now come with alloy wheels. The EyeSight Driver Assist Technology package has been improved and now includes automatic high-beam headlight control and reverse automatic braking.
Our test model was the 2.5i Premium and it came with a…