Green 2014 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited AWD CVT Lineartronic 2.5L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror w/Homelink, Moonroof Package, Power Moonroof, Rear Vision Camera.Recent Arrival! Odometer is 24321 miles below market average! 24/30 City/Highway MPGAwards: * 2014 IIHS Top Safety Pick, Top Safety Pick+ * 2014 KBB.com 10 Best All-Wheel Drive Cars & SUVs Under $25,000 * 2014 KBB.com 10 Best Used SUVs Under $15,000 * 2014 KBB.com 10 Best Used Family Cars Under $15,000Reviews: * Need a lot of interior room? Reasonable fuel economy? Rugged durability? All-weather capability? Good results on crash tests? And all that at an affordable price? The 2014 Outback should be high on your list. Source: KBB.com * Spacious interior; comfortable ride; excellent visibility; clever roof rails; above average off-road capability. Source: Edmunds * The 2014 Subaru Outback has what you need to explore whenever and wherever with confidence. The 2014 Subaru Outback now comes standard with adaptive transmission control with a continuously variable automatic transmission. The optional nav system also now includes a multimedia system with smartphone integration. With Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and a rugged suspension, you get car-like handling with SUV capabilities. Outback is available with an innovative driver-assist system: EyeSight, a combination of four systems that help the driver watch for and avoid trouble ahead. Choose the 173-hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine and a refined Lineartronic CVT combine to get up to 30 highway MPG. Or opt for the 256-hp 3.6-liter 6-cylinder SUBARU BOXER engine. The Outback is smartly equipped with retractable and adjustable cross bars, ample cargo room, and an array of places to store, stash, secure, hook up and tie-down. The spacious cabin and clever designs found on every Outback make getting in, getting out and getting all of your gear easier for you and your passengers. Generous legroom in the back, plenty of hi
Four different Outback models and two separate powerplants are available for 2014: 2.5i, 2.5i Premium, 2.5i Limited, and 3.6R Limited. Subaru's 2.5L 4-cylinder "boxer" engine makes 173 horsepower and 174 ft-lb of torque. The engine, working in conjunction with the second-generation Lineartronic continuously variable transmission, allows the Outback to achieve 30 mpg on the highway, outstanding for a vehicle with full-time all-wheel drive. The optional 3.6L 6-cylinder boxer engine has 256 hp and 247 ft-lb of torque and a standard 5-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and Rev-Matching Downshift Blipping Control. The 2.5i is the base model for the Outback, but like all Subaru models, it has Subaru's symmetrical all-wheel drive, anti-lock brakes, brake assist, electronic brake force distribution, tire pressure monitoring, daytime running lights and airbags as standard equipment. The two available transmissions include a 6-speed manual transmission and the Lineartronic CVT. Air conditioning, auxiliary audio jack, power locks, mirrors and windows, cruise control and eight cupholders are standard. The 2.5i Premium adds a 10-way power driver's seat, 17-inch alloy wheels rather than the 16-inch steel wheels of the base model, halogen fog lights and a leather-wrapped steering wheel as standard equipment. All-weather equipment such as heated seats, mirrors, and windshield wipers are now also standard on the Premium. Options include a harman/kardon audio system and a power moonroof. The 2.5i Limited takes it all a step further with standard CVT, 4-way power passenger seat, dual-zone climate control and leather-trimmed upholstery. Options at this level include a navigation system with rear vision camera. The 3.6R Limited has the immediate advantage of 85 more horsepower, thanks to its larger, more powerful horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engine. It comes with a 5-speed automatic transmission, 17-inch alloy wheels and larger brake rotors, a power passenger seat, premium audio system, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity, dual-zone climate control and leather-trimmed upholstery, with optional power moonroof and navigation system with backup camera. Subaru's optional EyeSight System, introduced in 2013, uses a stereo camera design to detect obstacles, including other cars and pedestrians. It functions as an additional safety net, even applying the Outback's brakes if it detects an impending collision. At higher speeds, the system can be used to provide adaptive cruise control, with the vehicle adjusting its own speed to maintain a set distance between itself and the car in front.