The 2023 Subaru Outback and its Hidden Features

May 11th, 2023 by

The 2023 Subaru is rocking some secret hidden features that have been overlooked. Subaru offers its new 2023 Outback configurator for customers to build their personalized model online before visiting a Subaru retailer. Come take a look at the 2023 Subaru Outback midsize SUV’s hidden features to see just how amazing this SUV is to own.

One: Cover for Storage Area

The 2023 Subaru Outback has a rear cargo cover that will cover all the way up all the tall cargo someone will have. There is hidden storage in the cargo area below that can store the cargo cover, so there is no need to take it out and keep it in other places. 

Two: Quick-release rear seatbacks

If there is a need to load taller items and need to have the seatbacks laid flat, there is no need to open the rear door to lower the seats. In the rear hatch, there is a quick-release knob on both sides of the Outback that, with a pull, lowers the second-row rear seat back.

Three: Roof Rails

These roof rails have universal cross bars. The 2023 Subaru Outback does not look like it has cross bars on the roof rails. They are hidden below the side roof rails and may be launched with the crossbar at the front release and will swing them out and throughout the vehicle. The Outback is equipped to hold a bike rack, cargo carrier, or rooftop tent.

Four: Headlights

The headlights turn with the steering wheel ahead of the dark curve, illuminating any hidden cars or objects. The feature can be turned off on the touchscreen menu. This feature is the LED steering responsive headlights are a safety feature that helps the driver see around a corner when driving after dark on an unlit road.

Five: Front Seat Extension

This feature is only available on the Outback Limited and Touring trim levels. It is a seat cushion extension feature for taller drivers and passengers, allowing more support for longer legs. 

2023 Outback trim levels

The 2023 Outback comes in nine trim levels for U.S. customers; the base trim, Premium, new Onyx Edition with a 2.5-liter engine, Limited, Touring, Outback Wilderness, Onyx Edition XT, Limited XT, and Touring XT.

The Outback is Fuel Efficient

The EPA fuel mileage rating of the 2023 Outback XT 2.4-liter turbo is 22/29 city/highway mpg and 25 combined mpg. The estimated fuel economy of the standard 2.5-liter engine is 26/32 mpg city/highway and 28 combined mpg. The Outback Wilderness gets an estimated 21/26 city/highway mpg and 23 combined mpg.

Kenny Ross Subaru

Subaru’s hidden features make the 2023 Outback even more spectacular for customers. It is ready for all the adventure and memory you are ready to make. You can also come into Kenny Ross Subaru, and they will be happy to assist you in getting the Outback that fits your needs. So come on in, give them a test drive, and check out these hidden features firsthand.

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