2018 Subaru Outback


Ranked #4 in Compact Suv

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Starting MSRP $25,895 - $38,690
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Key Spec of 2018 Subaru Outback
fuel economy


fuel type

Regular Unleaded


175 hp @ 5800 rpm

basic warranty

3yr./ 36,000 mi.

ProsConsWhat's New

Decent cargo space

Lacks luxurious features of the competitors

Updated multimedia system

Standard AWD drivetrain

Optional 3.6 L engine is expensive and thirsty

Cosmetic changes to exterior and interior

Spacious interior

Base 2.5 L engine lacks punch and has coarse idle

Sound-insulating glass and updated suspension for quieter ride

Outward visibility

Refined NVH levels

2018 Subaru Outback Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: February 3, 2023

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Nathan Dyer 

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Subaru refreshed the 2018 Outback with a new front bumper, grille and headlamps. Even the NHV levels have improved, interior features are enhanced and suspension has been tweaked for a more comfortable ride. With a starting price of $25,895 for the 2.5i and going up to $38,690 for the 3.6R Touring, the rugged wagon continues to be powered by a 2.5-liter and 3.6-liter engines, producing 175 hp and 256 hp respectively. With the available tow hitch, the 2018 Outback offers a maximum towing capacity of 2,700 pounds. 

2018 Subaru Outback For Sale 

The 2018 Subaru Outback features many updates, starting at an MSRP of $25,895 and going up to $38,690. The average list price for a used 2018 Outback ranges anywhere from $16,995 to $30,854, depending on the trim configuration, mileage and condition of the car. The good thing about Subaru cars is their lower rate of depreciation and rugged built quality. If you are lucky enough, you may find a well-maintained Outback for sale at an attractive price. The maintenance cost is estimated to be $5,779 over a period of five years. 

2018 Subaru Outback Buying Advice 

The 2018 Subaru Outback is about $250 more expensive than the previous model year. For the 2018 model year, Subaru made changes to the front fascia, NVH levels, multimedia system, CVT gearbox and suspension system for a better experience. However, the 2018 model is known to have few issues with respect to engine, airbag and windshield. So, it is recommended to go for 2019 models or higher which are prone to fewer issues and better value for money in terms of improved safety with EyeSight driver assist technology as standard. 

2018 Subaru Outback 

The 2018 Subaru Outback is available in six different configurations and four main trims: Base, Premium, Limited and Touring. It is powered by two different engine options. A 2.5-liter boxer engine with 175 hp and 3.6-liter boxer engine with 256 hp. As per traditional Subaru fashion, all the trims get AWD as standard. The five-seater wagon is practical and roomy, while lacking outright performance that one might expect in this segment. The 2018 Outback challenges the likes of Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue and Toyota RAV4

Trim wise pricing breakdown

NameInvoice PriceMSRPNumber of Listings
4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)$24360$25895185 Listings
Limited 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)$30623$32695753 Listings
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Over All Rating

8.0Out of 10

Notable Rankings

#4 in Compact Suv

#8 in Suv


Premium$27,995 onwards
  • Dual-Zone automatic climate control
  • Eight-Way power-adjustable driver seat
  • Foglights
  • Heated exterior mirrors
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Leather-Wrapped steering wheel
  • Rear privacy glass
  • Windshield wiper de-icer
Limited$32,695 onwards
  • 12-Speaker Harman Kardon sound system
  • Blind-Spot monitoring system
  • Driver-Seat memory functions
  • Heated rear seats
  • Keyless ignition and entry
  • Leather upholstery
  • Rear air vents
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
Touring$36,490 onwards
  • 18-Inch wheels
  • Dark exterior trim
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Premium leather upholstery
  • Wood grain interior trim
Touring$36,490 onwards
  • 18-Inch wheels
  • Dark exterior trim
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Premium leather upholstery
  • Wood grain interior trim

Used Subaru Outback For Sale

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Burnsville, MN

2018 Subaru Outback Premium

Premium 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Est. $249/mo
Excellent Deal
$4,220 Below market
RMV: $22,592
Mileage 66,308 mi.
Listed On 30 Dec 2022 (87 Days)
Price Drop, $996
8 Jul 2022
Sanford, FL

2017 Subaru Outback Limited

Limited 4dr SUV AWD (3.6L 6cyl CVT)

Est. $257/mo
Excellent Deal
$4,322 Below market
RMV: $23,317
Mileage 88,984 mi.
Listed On 06 Jun 2022 (294 Days)
Price Drop, $500
23 Jul 2022
Cincinnati, OH

2017 Subaru Outback Limited

Limited 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Est. $217/mo
Excellent Deal
$3,600 Below market
RMV: $19,595
Mileage 132,760 mi.
Listed On 11 Feb 2022 (409 Days)
Price Drop, $1000
2 Jan 2023
Orlando, FL

2019 Subaru Outback

4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Est. $244/mo
Excellent Deal
$4,067 Below market
RMV: $22,065
Mileage 79,137 mi.
Listed On 21 Oct 2022 (157 Days)
Price Drop, $1396
18 May 2022
Omaha, NE

2017 Subaru Outback Limited

Limited 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Est. $266/mo
Excellent Deal
$4,386 Below market
RMV: $23,985
Mileage 77,105 mi.
Listed On 19 Mar 2022 (373 Days)
Price Drop, $300
4 Aug 2022
Denver, CO

2017 Subaru Outback Premium

Premium 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Est. $175/mo
Excellent Deal
$2,874 Below market
RMV: $15,774
Mileage 160,403 mi.
Listed On 09 Jul 2022 (261 Days)
Price Drop, $500
26 Dec 2022
Troy, NY

2019 Subaru Outback Limited

Limited 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Est. $271/mo
Excellent Deal
$4,461 Below market
RMV: $24,461
Mileage 81,636 mi.
Listed On 25 Oct 2022 (153 Days)
Denver, CO

2017 Subaru Outback Premium

Premium 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Est. $256/mo
Excellent Deal
$4,172 Below market
RMV: $23,072
Mileage 55,876 mi.
Listed On 21 Nov 2022 (126 Days)
Price Drop, $500
31 May 2022
Oakland, CA

2017 Subaru Outback Limited

Limited 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl CVT)

Est. $270/mo
Excellent Deal
$4,316 Below market
RMV: $24,266
Mileage 83,024 mi.
Listed On 23 Mar 2022 (369 Days)

Colors and Styles

Build Car
Crystal Black Silica

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

With a starting price of $25,895 for the base trim and maximum price of $38,690 for the 3.6R Touring trim, the 2018 Outback offers good value for the asking price. The destination charge levied over the manufacturers’ suggested retail price (MSRP) is $915. The wagon-ish profile of the Outback makes it more manageable in urban areas. However, the driving dynamics are not that great around corners and drivers would expect better feedback from the steering wheel. With a consumer rating score of 82/100 from J.D. Power, the Outback is an easier car to own 

2018 Subaru Outback 

Considering a five-year ownership period, the 2018 Outback is relatively easy on the pockets. With a depreciation of just $10,279, the rugged wagon assures a higher resale value. The insurance and fuel charges are expected to be $6,354 and $10,756 respectively. The above estimations are for the base 2.5i trim and for higher trims the cost-to-own will also rise. The EyeSight driver assist technology is optional on Premium and Limited trims, while Touring trims get it as standard. 

Buying Advice


In our opinion, the Outback 2.5i Premium would be the most value for money trim. It costs $2,100 more than the base 2.5i trim and offers a larger 8.0-inch multimedia screen, 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, all-weather package, leather-wrapped steering and shift knob, 6-speaker audio system, dual-zone climate control system and fog lights as standard. Surely, the list of additional features is quite desirable for a considerably reasonable price. However, if you are looking for more performance then you should look out for 3.6R Limited or 3.6R Touring trims



"The refreshed 2018 Subaru Outback gets a revised exterior design, a retuned suspension for a smoother ride, an updated multimedia system, and available adaptive full LED headlights." - Motor Trend

The 2018 Subaru Outback is offered in six different trim configurations: 2.5i, 2.5i Premium, 2.5i Limited, 3.6R Limited, 2.5i Touring and 3.6R Touring. Subaru continues to offer 2.5-liter and 3.6-liter boxer engines, producing 175 hp and 256 hp respectively.The interior of every trim is functional and to the point. Some customers might be disappointed with the lackluster acceleration from both the engines. However, the availability of AWD drivetrain as standard has improved its off-road compatibility.

2018 Subaru Outback Features 

Starting with the base 2.5i trim, features like 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels, 6.5-inch multimedia touchscreen, X-Mode with hill descent control, and welcome lighting are standard. From the 2.5i Premium trim onwards, Subaru offers desirable features like dual-zone climate control system, heated front seats, power-adjustable driver’s seat and larger 8.0-inch infotainment system with multiple connectivity options as standard. 

Trims 2.5i 2.5i Premium 2.5i Limited 2.5i Touring 3.6R Limited 3.6R Touring
MSRP $ 25,895 $ 27,995 $ 32,695 $ 36,490 $ 35,395 $ 38,690
Key Features Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive with X-MODE. Includes 2.5i key features and adds: Includes 2.5i Premium key features and adds: Includes 2.5i Limited key features and adds: Includes 2.5i Limited key features and adds: Includes 3.6R Limited key features and adds:
  Vehicle Dynamics Control with Active Torque Vectoring. Available EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. Leather-trimmed upholstery. Exclusive Java Brown Leather-trimmed upholstery. 256-hp SUBARU BOXER engine. Exclusive Java Brown Leather-trimmed upholstery.
  8.7 inches of ground clearance. SUBARU STARLINK Safety and Security. 12-speaker 576-watt-equivalent Harman Kardon premium audio system. EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. LED Steering Responsive Headlights. EyeSight Driver Assist Technology.
  SUBARU STARLINK Multimedia with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Available Blind-Spot Detection/Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. 18-inch alloy wheels. Low-profile roof rails.   Low-profile roof rails.
  Raised roof rails with integrated cross bars. Fog Lights. All-Weather Package w/ heated front and rear seats. Heated steering wheel.   Heated steering wheel.
  17-inch alloy wheels. All-Weather Package w/ heated front seats. Keyless Access with Push-Button Start GPS navigation system.   GPS navigation system.
    Dual-zone automatic climate control. Power Rear Gate. LED Steering Responsive Headlights.    

Subaru offers EyeSight driver-assist technology, blind-spot detection with rear cross traffic alert, high beam assist, power moonroof and power rear gate as optional features on the Premium trim. Even StarLink Safety and Security Plus features are available on all the trims except the 2.5i trim. Some other features like multimedia system with navigation, steering responsive headlights, high beam assist, EyeSight driver assist suite and high beam assist are available on the 2.5i and 3.6R Limited trims. 

Engine and Performance


"The 4-cylinder engine used in the majority of Outback models is merely adequate for acceleration and passing, and its standard continuously variable transmission (CVT) is efficient but won’t snap off shifts like a traditional automatic. The 6-cylinder engine on upscale models packs good power but also commands a significantly higher price". – Kelley Blue Book

The 2018 Outback is powered by two different engine options. A standard 2.5-liter flat-four engine produces 175 horsepower and 174 lb-ft of torque. The 3.6-liter flat-six engine is available with the Limited and Touring trims, offering 256 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque. Both the engines are mated to a CVT and Subaru’s symmetrical AWD drivetrain is standard across all the trims. The maximum towing capacity with both the engines is 2700 pounds. 

2018 Subaru Outback Engine 

The models powered by the 2.5-liter engines offer lackluster performance and do a 0-60 mph sprint in 9.4 seconds and complete a quarter-mile drag in 17.2 seconds. If you are up for better numbers then the 3.6-liter flat-six engine must be your choice. The 3.6R Limited and 3.6R Touring models are capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in just 7.1 seconds and completing a quarter-mile drag in 15.6 seconds.

2018 Subaru Outback Performance

The 2018 Outback is quite manageable in urban conditions as compared to some of its rivals. However, the lack of engaging driving dynamics is evident around the corners. The ride is pretty comfortable and the suspension setup absorbs most of the undulations without any hiccups. The steering wheel is precise as well, but the feedback from the road could have been better. The rugged wagon takes about 126 feet to come to a complete stop from 60 mph. 

Models 2018 Subaru Outback 2018 Honda CR-V 2018 Nissan Rogue  2018 Toyota RAV4 
MSRP $ 25,895 $ 24,250 $ 24,800 $24,510
Engine 2.5-liter 4-cylinder Gas engine 2.4-liter 4-cylinder Gas engine 2.5-liter inline-four engine  2.5-liter inline-four engine 
Transmission CVT CVT  CVT 6-speed automatic 
Power (hp@RPM) 175 hp @ 5800 RPM 184 hp @ 6400 RPM 170 hp @ 6000 RPM 176 hp @ 6000 RPM
Torque (lb-ft@RPM) 174 ft-lbs. @ 4000 RPM 180 ft-lbs. @ 3900 RPM 175 ft-lbs. @ 4400 RPM 172 ft-lbs @ 4100 RPM
0-60 MPH (seconds) 9.4 7.5 8.9 8.3

Quarter-Mile (seconds)

17.2 15.8 17  16.0
Top Speed (MPH) 130 127 124 130

The 2018 Subaru Outback is the most underwhelming performer here. The Honda CR-V is the most powerful in the comparison by a small margin and offers good acceleration for its size. It is followed by Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue. The CR-V, RAV4 and Rogue offers shorter stopping distances of 117 ft, 122 ft and 124 ft respectively. However, the CR-V and Rogue lacks top speed as compared to the Outback and RAV4. For more performance-oriented customers, the 3.6-liter engine in the Outback would make more sense. 

Fuel Economy


"With its four-cylinder engine, the Outback has an above-average fuel economy rating in our wagon rankings." - Cars.USNews

The 2018 Outback is equipped with a 2.5-liter flat-four engine in the 2.5i trims. Similarly, the 3.6R trims are equipped with a 3.6-liter flat-six engine. The 2.5i trims deliver an EPA-estimated fuel-economy of 25/32/28 mpg in city/highway/combined conditions. The 3.6R Limited and Touring trims deliver 20/2722 mpg in city/highway/combined conditions. With a 18.5 gallon tank on all models, the Outback 2.5i and 3.6R trims offer a combined range of 518 miles and 407 miles respectively. 

Models 2018 Subaru Outback 2018 Honda CR-V 2018 Nissan Rogue 2018 Toyota RAV4 
MPG (City) 25 26 26 23
MPG (Highway) 32 32 33 30
MPG (Combined) 28 28 29 26
Fuel Capacity (Gallons) 18.5 14.0 14.5 15.9
Range (City/Highway/Combined; miles) 463/592/518 364/448/392 377/479/421 366/477/413

The 2018 Subaru Outback is not the most fuel efficient but with a large fuel tank, it offers the maximum range. The Honda CR-V offers similar efficiency to the Outback but comes with the smallest fuel tank of the lot, leading to least range on offer. The Rouge is the most fuel efficient, while the RAV4 is the least fuel efficient in the comparison. 



“There’s nothing fancy here, just plenty of passenger and cargo room, terrific outward visibility, solid build quality and easy-to-operate controls.” – Edmunds

The interior of the 2018 Outback is more functional than fancy. Subaru modified the center console and steering wheel for the 2018 model year. The quality of materials is good and everything inside the cabin is built to last. The space management is done cleverly and the outside view is good. The driving height is on the higher side for a clear view of the road ahead. Subaru has utilized soft touch plastics over the dashboard and door panels. The higher trims offer heated steering, powered driver’s seat and premium leather upholstery as standard. 

2018 Subaru Outback Interior 

Subaru offers the interior cloth and leather upholstery in different colors like Slate Black, Titanium Gray and Warm Ivory. The Java Brown leather upholstery is reserved for the 2.5i and 3.6R Touring trims. The rear seat can accommodate three passengers with decent support and comfort and even the rear legroom is adequate for comfort on long journeys. The maximum passenger volume is 108.1 cu-ft while with the available moonroof, the passenger volume drops to 104.5 cu-ft.

2018 Subaru Outback Cargo Space 

With all seats in place, the cargo capacity is limited to 35.5 cu-ft. However, the rear 60/40 seat back can be folded down completely, extending the cargo space to 73.3 cu-ft. In-cabin storage solutions are also plenty, with seatback pockets, door pockets, and other cubbies for small-item storage. Other convenience features include heated front seats, heated rear seats, heated steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control, etc.  

Models 2018 Subaru Outback 2018 Honda CR-V 2018 Nissan Rogue  2018 Toyota RAV4 
Passenger capacity 5 5 5 5
Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.) 40.8/58.1/42.9 40.1/57.9/41.3 41.6/56.6/43.0 39.8/57.3/42.6
Second (Head/Shoulder/Leg)(In.) 38.9/57.3/38.1 39.2/55.6/40.4 38.5/55.9/37.9 38.9/55.4/37.2
Cargo Capacity (cu-ft) 35.5 39.2 39.3 38.4

The Nissan Rogue offers the maximum cargo space in the comparison. However, the CR-V can be considered as the most practical SUV, owing to similar cargo space and maximum rear seat legroom. The Toyota RAV4 offers decent cargo space but offers the least rear seat legroom. The Outback is the least practical with lowest trunk capacity but offers good rear seat legroom for the passengers. 

2018 Subaru Outback Infotainment Screen

For the 2018 model year, Subaru increased the multimedia screen size from 6.2 inches to 6.5 inches in the base 2.5i trim. Other trims are equipped with an 8.0-inch infotainment display with Subaru StarLink interface. Some features like Bluetooth connectivity, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto are standard. The volume is controlled via physical knobs and most other functions are controlled by touch-sensitive buttons on the panel. Navigation system with real-time traffic and weather updates is available, while WiFi hotspot is not available in any model even as an option. 

Some of the key interior features are: 

  • Power-adjustable front seats
  • Heated front seats
  • Driver seat memory functions
  • Premium leather upholstery
  • Power moonroof. 
  • 6.5”/8” touchscreen infotainment display. 
  • Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration. 



“The latest-gen Outback continues to cross over from a lifted wagon to a crossover SUV. Updates for 2018 embolden the Outback’s attitude.” – Kelley Blue Book

The 2018 Subaru Outback comes with refreshed styling. The front fascia offers updated bumpers, grille and headlamps. The Limited trims get access to new wheel designs. The new headlamps seem to be inspired from the Legacy sedan. The small hexagonal grille in black with a Subaru logo in between is pretty standard. The wagon-like body profile helps with decent cargo space and interior volume.

2018 Subaru Outback Exterior 

The side profile is accentuated by a chrome outline on the window frame and roof rails. The 17- and 18-inch alloy wheels differ in design and finish, depending on the trim level. The rear profile is also bland but the 3.6R Limited and Touring models offer dual exhaust outlets for a more sportier appearance. Subaru offers different exterior colors like Black Silica, Red Pearl, Brown Pearl, Silver Metallic, Gray Metallic, Blue Pearl, Tungsten Metallic, White Pearl and Wilderness Green Metallic. 

Models 2018 Subaru Outback 2018 Honda CR-V 2018 Nissan Rogue 2018 Toyota RAV4
curb weight(lbs) 3622 3307 3454 3455
Length(in) 189.6 180.6 184.5 183.5
Width(in) (w/o mirror) 72.4 73 72.4 72.6
Height(in) 66.1 66.1 68.1 67.1
Ground clearance(in) 8.7 7.8 7.8 6.3
Wheelbase(in) 108.1 104.7 106.5 104.7

The 2018 Subaru Outback is the longest and heaviest car in the comparison. It also boasts the longest wheelbase, allowing for better high speed stability and rear seat legroom. The highest ground clearance makes it mild off-road compatible, while its rivals are mostly apt for urban usage. The Rogue and CR-V comes with similar exterior dimensions. The Toyota RAV4 comes with a sedan-like ground clearance, preventing it from off-road usage. 

Some key exterior features are: 

  • Roof Rails
  • Body-Color Door Handles
  • Fog Lamps
  • Projector-Beam Halogen Headlights
  • Body-Color Folding Side Mirrors (Optional)
  • Power Tilt/Sliding Glass Moonroof (Optional)



"The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the Outback a 2018 Top Safety Pick+, the organization's highest designation." - Cars.USNews

The rugged built quality and superior safety ratings are USPs of the 2018 Outback. The NHTSA has given it a 5-star rating for its impeccable safety. Even the IIHS has given it a Top Safety Pick+ award when equipped with an optional front crash prevention system, included in the available EyeSight driver-assist suite. Also, the top safety accolade is applicable to models built after September 2017 and equipped with specific headlights. 

2018 Subaru Outback Crash Test 

According to Subaru, EyeSight reduces rear-end crashes with injuries by 85%, which is a huge claim in itself. It does have other advanced features as well like blind-spot detection, rear cross-traffic alert, and reverse automatic braking. Subau’s StarLink Safety Plus and Security Plus features are optional with all the trims except the base trim. However, the good thing is that a high-resolution rear view camera is standard on all the trims

Some of the key safety features are: 

  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
  • Starlink Safety Plus and Security Plus (Optional)
  • EyeSight driver-assist technology (Optional)
  • Brake Assist 
  • Rear-Vision Camera 
  • High Beam Assist 



2018 Subaru Outback vs 2018 Honda CR-V

The Honda CR-V is a complete stunner from end to end. It offers very good performance without compromising on gas mileage. With the best in class brake performance it also offers a towing capacity of 1,500 pounds. With a spacious passenger room, it also offers the better cargo space

2018 Honda CR-V

The Subaru Outback comes with better ground clearance and AWD as standard, making it more off-road compatible. The Outback offers a maximum towing capacity of 2,700 pounds with the available tow hitch.  

2018 Subaru Outback vs 2018 Nissan Rogue 

The 2018 Nissan Rogue offers better gas mileage and cargo capacity as compared to the Outback. The Rogue is also a better performer and offers confidence-inspiring braking performance. 

2018 Nissan Rogue 

The Outback offers better ground clearance and rear seat legroom as compared to the Rogue. Subaru's symmetrical AWD system helps with low-traction driving conditions. The Outback can is more versatile and is apt for on-road and off-road usage. 

2018 Subaru Outback vs 2018 Toyota RAV4 

The Subaru Outback offers better ground clearance and rear seat legroom as compared to the RAV4. The Outback is also more fuel efficient and offers better range than the RAV4. The 2018 Outback has also received the Top Safety Pick+ award, pointing at its impeccable safety 

2018 Toyota RAV4 

The Toyota RAV4 offers better cargo capacity and braking performance than the Outback. The RAV4 also offers hybrid trim options which the Outback does not have. Toyota also introduced a rugged RAV4 Adventure trim for the 2018 model year with higher ground clearance. 

Final Verdict

The 2018 Subaru Outback is a fine hatch that offers a total of six trims in its lineup and comes priced at $25,895-$38,690. It gets two powertrains a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine and a 3.6L 6-cylinder engine. The two high-end trims are the ones that get the 3.6L engine, generating 256 HP and 247 lb-ft of torque. The basic engine offers a poor acceleration and brake performance but it does deliver in terms of towing capacity, with an ability to tow 2700 lbs. With an average fuel economy reading, on one hand, it offers the best in class passenger room on the other hand. However, in terms of cargo room, it is the Honda CR-V that offers a better room. It further bags the best safety tags and awards and offers a very good list of safety features. It isn't the best offering in its class but it can certainly be considered.

2018 Subaru Outback



vehicle bio

base price$27995

body style4dr SUV

engine type

displacement152 cu in

horse power175 hp @ 5800 rpm

torque174 lb.-ft. @ 4000 rpm

transmission6 CVT w/OD


length189.6 in

wheelbase108.1 in

width72.4 in

curb weight3642 lbs

height66.1 in

ground clearance8.7 in


passenger volume108.1 cu ft

cargo volume73.3 cu ft

passenger capacity5 Seats

fuel economy

city/combined/highway25/28/32 mpg

highway range 592.00 mi


basic warranty3yr./ 36,000 mi.

Subaru Outback 5 year Cost To Own

Cash Price(MSRP)
5 Year Cost To Own
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $43,713
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Financing Interest$1,872$1,528$1,118$714$222$5,454
Taxes and Fees$2,520$172$183$182$141$3,198
Total Cost-To-Own$11,230$7,913$7,335$9,638$7,597$43,713
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