The 2018 Subaru Outback was unveiled by Japan company in April 2017 and based on an updated version of Subaru Legacy. The refreshed Outback got new bumpers and redesigned mirrors, wider and lower grille with massive chrome wings, aggressively styled headlights with a LED running lights.
There are a few small changes inside too, including restyled centre console and steering wheel, new materials and colour options. An updated Starlink infotainment system now features a bigger 6.5-inch screen as a standard and an 8.0-inch touchscreen as an option. It also has two USB ports, Bluetooth, USB and AUX inputs, available with a navigation system from TomTom, supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technologies, could be updated over-the-air using Wi-Fi.
The Outback’s safety arsenal now includes optional swivelling headlights, automatic high-beams, a standard rearview camera with adaptive guidelines, individual tire-pressure control system, automatic reverse-braking system. The lane-keeping assist now available in optional EyeSight camera and sensor package.
There are no changes for engines line-up of the 2018 Subaru Outback, but CVT now features a manual mode and paddle shifters. The power steering has been tuned for a more clear, linear response, and the suspension dampers have been updated for a smoother ride in bad road conditions.