The modelRead full Subaru Outback review
If you're looking for genuine all-weather abilities, tonnes of safety technology and lots of interior practicality, the Subaru Outback has plenty going for it. It's a sensible choice for private buyers thanks to its decent residual values and low insurance costs. It's not the most pleasant car to drive, though, and high emissions count against it as a company car choice.
The trimSee full equipment
Our preferred Outback spec includes 18in alloys and adaptive LED headlights.
The engineSee full engine specs
This is the only engine option. It's a 167bhp 2.5-litre petrol which does the job, but there are much faster – and more economical – rivals out there.
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