About Subaru Outback
The Subaru Outback is a trademark of the Japanese automaker Subaru used on two different cars. The second-generation station wagon created the original Subaru Outback station wagon. The first generation was launched in 1989. No cosmetic or suspension changes were made to the Subaru Outback. In 1994, Subaru offered the AWD as an option on the Subaru Outback. It received a compression-adjustable suspension, a trunk, fenders and fenders. Subaru also sold a high-roof version of the first generation outside the United States. In North America, the car was only available in a flat-roof version. A special GT model was introduced in 1994.
In 1994, Subaru developed the second generation. It was based on the first-generation Subaru Outback and had the EJ22 engine. The 1995 model was largely limited to cosmetic changes. It has two-tone paint, larger wheels and tires, bumpers, roof racks and updated upholstery similar to the 1994 Legacy. The advertising campaign. It began in the fall of 1995 for the 1996 model. In a television commercial, Hogan and an unnamed woman praised the Subaru Outback as a competitive sports car with improved stability, handling, braking, and fuel economy. The ad boosted sales. Nearly 20,000 models were sold in the nine months since the campaign began.
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In 1998, Subaru introduced the second generation with a similar design. It was introduced as part of the third generation series. It was longer and wider than its predecessors. In North America, the new Outback models were introduced in 1999. The 2000 SUS was replaced by the Subaru Outback Sedan. It was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2003. It is available with either an EJ25 or EZ30 engine. In mid-2006, the entire range was redesigned in interior and body styling. After the 2007 model year, production of the sedan. It was only available in the North American market. The fourth-generation Outback was launched in 2009. It was introduced as a 2010 model in North America and as Outback in the rest of the world. The fourth generation was introduced in April 2009 at the New York International Auto Show. The concept car was unveiled at the 2009 Detroit International Auto Show three months earlier. It features dimensions, styling and the new Boxer EZ36 engine.
For the 2013 model year, the car has been redesigned. And base models feature the FB25 engine introduced at the 2012 New York Auto Show. Subaru's advanced EyeSight driver assistance system with a stereo camera will also be available for the first time in North America for the 2013 model year. The fifth-generation appeared in 2014 for the 2015 model year. It is still called the Legacy in Japan. In November, the sixth generation was introduced as a concept car at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. The sedan debuted in Chicago in February 2014. And the Outback in New York in April. Subaru highlighted its design evolution with the more Outback concept. The goal is to combine the advantages of the car with those of a sports car. It aimed to build on the reputation the Outback has earned since 1995. EyeSight is available for the first time in the European market on the new model.