The Subaru Outback continues to gain favor with Fairborn, OH drivers looking for adventurous SUVs. Of course, staying relevant in a popular and highly competitive segment is a challenge, but the Outback excels. We feel pleased to announce that the iconic Subaru Outback now comes in a new trim. The Subaru Outback Wilderness is a model specifically designed with adventure in mind. It's taller and more rugged than the other Outback SUVs, and it has a style that looks athletic and bold. At Wagner Subaru, we think the Outback Wilderness would make an excellent choice for Beavercreek drivers who want to explore the great outdoors.

Special Features

In a Subaru Outback Wilderness, you can drive confidently around Fairborn, no matter the conditions. This trim has a ground clearance of 9.5 inches, making it almost an inch higher than the other Outback models. Plus, Subaru redesigned the bumpers in both the front and rear so that you can easily clear obstacles in your way. Subaru's popular symmetrical all-wheel drive system comes standard, and there's an X-MODE program. Take advantage of this feature when you're dealing with deep snow, sand, or mud. Standard on the Outback are 17-inch black off-road wheels and all-terrain Yokohama tires. If you run into trouble and get a flat, utilize the full-size spare.

Additionally, the Outback Wilderness has its own style. It arrives enhanced by a matte-black hood decal, which serves the purpose of reducing glare. Inside its cabin, it has anodized copper accents. The textured honeycomb design on the seats is intriguing, and the headrests appear embossed with a Wilderness badge. You can also find more badging on the exterior of the Outback Wilderness. In addition, the roof rails have anodized copper accents.

Performance

As you drive around Beavercreek in one of these vehicles, you'll have plenty of power to rely on. It uses a 2.4-liter turbocharged engine. This engine can deliver 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque, and it gives the Subaru SUV a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds. Besides having all-wheel drive and X-MODE, the Outback Wilderness has hill descent control and traction control.

Interior

The new Wilderness Outback model has a good amount of interior space. Legroom measures 42.8 inches in the front row and 39.5 inches in the second row. Behind the seats, there's a cargo area that has a volume of 32.5 cubic feet. Feel free to lower the rear seats whenever you need more cargo room. This action would give you a cargo capacity of a little more than 75 cubic feet.

The Outback Wilderness comes nicely equipped. Heated front and rear seats will keep everyone cozy when it gets cold in Fairborn, Ohio. The steering wheel and shifter handle both come wrapped in leather, and the seats have a StarTex water-repellent upholstery. This kind of material would be easy to wipe clean after you spend a day getting dirty out in the woods. Keyless access and a hands-free power rear gate are some of the convenient features you'll come to rely on for your adventures.

The Outback Wilderness comes with a massive 11.6-inch touchscreen. With the infotainment system, you'll have Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, SiriusXM, HD Radio, and Bluetooth. Everyone can keep their devices charged, since there are two USB charging ports in the front and two more in the back. Navigation is optional. Further, the Outback Wilderness has Wi-Fi capability. When you travel, you'll still be able to connect to your network, and your passengers can stream content to stay entertained on long road trips.

We've felt excited about the arrival of the Subaru Outback Wilderness since we first heard about it. We look forward to showing you all that it can do. Call for a test drive.

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