New 2019 Subaru Outback in Keene, NH

See Why the 2019 Subaru Outback is a Great Fit for Keene, NH Area Drivers!

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For decades now, the Subaru Outback has been a popular choice of drivers from all over Keene, NH thanks to its dependable performance in any scenario, high ground clearance for deep snows and rugged terrain and spacious versatility to support passengers and cargo alike. This year's 2019 Subaru Outback takes all of those things one step further while also offering head turning style and the latest state of the art technology features, allowing you to take advantage of a high level of comfort, confidence and connectivity everywhere you go! Whether you're looking for a new crossover SUV that's fun for the whole family, one to get you around the Keene area with complete confidence or a vehicle that's equipped to support your active and outdoor lifestyle, with six trim levels to choose from and so many impressive features throughout, we're sure that we have a new 2019 Subaru Outback model at Subaru of Keene to fit all of your needs and then some!

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2019 Subaru Outback: Performance

Whether it's deep snows in the winter, rugged terrain in the fall or summer night drives, with standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive on every new Outback model, you'll be able to take on any outing with confidence and a sense of adventure. Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive works by actively sending power to the wheels with the most traction, and with 8.7-inches of ground clearance, you'll have no problem taking on snowy, icy, and slippery roads and rugged terrain with the same peace of mind as a hot summer night around town. Under the hood, the new 2019 Outback comes equipped with a standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder Boxer engine that produces 175-horsepower, as well as an available 3.6-liter six-cylinder Boxer engine that produces 256-horsepower, giving you options as to which Outback model is going to fit your driving needs and style best. When properly equipped, the new 2019 Outback can tow up to 2,700 pounds, allowing you to tow your boat, ATVs, trailer, and much more to get the most out of every adventure!

2019 Subaru Outback: Interior Layout and Technology Features

The 2019 Outback offers comfortable seating for five passengers and plenty of cargo room for all of your storage needs. With the seats up, you can utilize 35.5 cubic feet of storage space, and up to 73.3 cubic feet of space with the rear seats folded flat, making it easy to bring everyone and everything with you on your next getaway. This year's 2019 Outback sees a major addition: a standard Eyesight Driver Assist Technology in every model! The Eyesight system is mounted above your rearview camera and uses dual-camera technology to monitor the road ahead of you while providing you with driving aids like adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, pre-collision braking, and more! Many other state of the art safety features are available as well, including blind-spot detection, rear cross-traffic alert, reverse automatic braking, LED steering responsive headlights, and more! To stay connected and in control behind the wheel, the Outback comes with a standard Starlink multimedia system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, allowing you to connect your mobile device and enjoy hands-free calling, messaging, music control, apps, and more, making every outing more enjoyable than ever before!

2019 Subaru Outback Trim Levels

  • 2.5i
  • 2.5i Premium
  • 2.5i Limited
  • 2.5i Touring
  • 3.6R Limited
  • 3.6R Touring

Test Drive a 2019 Subaru Outback at Subaru of Keene Today!

With so much to offer throughout the lineup of new 2019 Subaru Outback models, the best way to figure out which model is going to be the best fit for you is to join us at Subaru of Keene and take a model of your choice out for a test drive around Keene, NH today!

 

Subaru Outback Comparison

If the 2018 Subaru Outback is on your shortlist for your next utility vehicle, you’ve made an excellent choice. Not only does this crossover wagon offer the versatility and all-weather capability you could want, its high-ride height makes it a keen off-roader, and excellent companion for those who love to enjoy the New Hampshire landscape around Keene. But there are a lot of crossovers on the market—among them the popular Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. If these models also occupy your short list or have piqued your interest, here’s how they stack up against the Outback.

Subaru Outback vs. Honda CR-V

In the context of reputation, the Honda CR-V is among the all-stars of the crossover pack for its accessible price, value, and reliability. But those are also areas where the Subaru Outback excels, and both have recently received design and feature updates. Where the two diverge ultimately is how well they’ll serve your needs. Where those who can expect to go off-road and require accessibly-priced all-wheel drive, and good gas mileage, you might find the Subaru is a better option.

  • Road or No Road?. The difference in mission between the Outback and CR-V is most clearly seen in their off-roading abilities. Formidable as the CR-V looks, the Outback’s 8.3 inches of ground clearance, hardier suspension and a standard X-Mode system to help keep composure on difficult trails. As a bonus, V6-powered Outback models can tow 2,700 lbs. to the CR-V’s 1,500.
  • Better Engine Choices. Symmetrical all-wheel drive is standard on all Outback models, and available on every CR-V model with a $1,200 premium. Furthermore, the Outback’s base engine with AWD gets better gas mileage than the CR-V’s base engine with AWD. If you want to opt for a more expensive trim in hopes of getting a V6 engine, only the Outback has one, and its quite a bit more potent than the CR-V’s turbocharged inline-four.
  • Flexibility Where You Want It. Both the Outback and CR-V have over 70 cu-ft of cargo volume, an impressive feat in a class where the average is in the sixties, and can be had with a power tailgate. On the Outback, this can be programed for low-height garages, and reviews indicate the Starlink infotainment on the Subaru is more intuitive and easier to use. When it comes to longer cargo items, many customers will find the Outback’s longer body makes it easier to fit them.

Subaru Outback vs. Toyota RAV4

Like the CR-V, the Toyota RAV4 is one of the compact crossover segment’s top contenders. But in deciding between it and the Outback, it will ultimately come down to their differences in mission, and overall abilities. Similarly solid reputations for reliability and value might make the choice more difficult at first blush, but the Outback’s AWD efficiency, capability, and premium amenities help it pull out ahead.

  • Power and Efficiency. The base four-cylinder engines on both Outback and RAV4 have similar power ratings (176 hp vs. 175 respectively) and the latter can has the option of all-wheel drive. But the standard AWD on the Outback have much better efficiency ratings: 32 mpg highway for the Subaru, and 28 mpg highway for the RAV4.
  • Roads Are Optional. The Back to the Future II quote “Where we’re going, we don’t need roads” applies completely to the Outback. Minus the flying part, standard X-Mode terrain management and 8.3-inches of ground clearance enable the Subaru to go practically anywhere with ease. Not so on the RAV4, we’re afraid.
  • More Rugged Utility. In maximum cargo, the Outback and RAV4 both have 73.3 cu-ft with the rear seats folded, as well as roof rails and available power tailgate. But when it comes to strapping a canoe to the roof, the door sills on the Outback have been designed to be used as a step for easier access. You can find more towing potential in the RAV4, but it requires paying more, where the Outback comes ready to haul 2,700 lbs. right out of the box.

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