Monday, March 10, 2014


The Subaru Outback is an automotive nameplate used by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) since 1994. The "Outback" name has been utilized on two different Subaru branded vehicles. One of these models is based on the mid-sized Subaru Legacy and the other derived from the hatchback version of the Subaru Impreza. Named after the vast, remote, and arid outback regions in Australia—the name is intended to emphasize the moderate off-road capability of the vehicle.

The Subaru Outback has long been considered a safe SUV to own and drive. Just like the newest commercial which says "they lived" you too can benefit from the safety of this awesome SUV.

Among other things the Subaru Outback is designed for optimal balance and an even distribution of power for maximum traction, Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive makes for better stability, efficiency and a quicker response to conditions.

Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive flows power to all wheels simultaneously for maximum traction. And in slippery conditions, it instinctively sends power to the wheels with the best traction, helping you stay on the road and on course. Working in conjunction with other Subaru engineering features such as Vehicle Dynamics Control, the Antilock Braking System, and Electronic Brake-force Distribution, the Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system gives you the control, handling and confidence that competitive systems can't match. Using it's Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC), a stability control system, the Subaru Outback automatically senses steering and braking inputs to help keep the vehicle on the driver's intended path.

The Subaru Outback also has: EYESIGHT® DRIVER ASSIST
Using two cameras mounted by the rearview mirror to monitor traffic, the EyeSight® Driver Assist system reacts to conditions even before you do. An alert will be sounded along with a visual warning when it senses danger of a collision. It even will apply the brakes automatically if you don't. It can also optimize cruise control and warn you when you're swaying outside the lane.

Every Outback features a total of six front, front seat-side pelvis/torso, and side-curtain airbags.The advanced system uses an array of sensors, including a rollover sensor, to help deploy the airbags in the most effective way possible.

The ring-shaped reinforcement frame is designed to shield and protect in a collision. Made of high-tensile strength steel, it directs impact energy around the passenger compartment, rather than through it.

The Subaru's Antilock Braking System (ABS) prevents wheel lock-up and helps maintain driver control. Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) balances braking, while Brake Assist can sense a panic-stop situation and apply full braking force to help stop faster. This makes the Subaru a very safe car that can save you and your family's lives!

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