2023 Subaru Outback Wilderness Owner's Manual

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The Subaru Outback Wilderness has more than 24 centimeters of ground clearance, a 264 HP 2.4 turbo gasoline engine, a shorter final drive, AT tires and a roof rack that carries more than 300 kilos. It is, in short, an SUV that is not afraid of the countryside.

We love Subaru for a thousand reasons: for its history in rallying, for giving greater weight to engineering decisions than to marketing, for its commitment to permanent all-wheel drive and, above all, because it is one of the few brands that really listens to its users. And precisely from that attention to customer demand emerged this special version of the Subaru Outback: the Subaru Outback Wilderness.

The core of this “official preparation” is a modified suspension set, with longer travel springs and shock absorbers, which manages to increase the free height from the 8.7” (22 cm) of the standard model, which is a great value, to 9.5” (24.1 cm), which is an exceptional value. As if that were not enough, Yokohama Geolandar A/T four-season tires in size 225/65-17 102T are fitted as standard, spare wheel included.

A headroom of more than 24 cm and AT wheels is not common in a crossover.

With the improvement of the suspensions, the attack, ventral and departure angles increase, which are now 20º, 21.2º and 23.6º, respectively, compared to the original 18.6º, 19.4º and 21.7º. They are not levels for trial riding, but they should allow the driver to overcome steep roads without the risk of rubbing against the undercarriage, even with the vehicle moderately loaded.

Under the hood we find a 2.4-liter boxer four-cylinder engine (FA24F) that develops 264 HP and 376 Nm, coupled to the usual continuously variable ratio change (CVT) using pulleys whose final ratio has been adapted to coincide with that of the conical group. shortened rear differential, which reduces its final ratio from 4.11:1 to 4.44:1, which means that the development is shortened by almost 7.5% to favor evolution in the areas where we have to pass very slowly needing a good contribution of torque or when towing a caravan.

The roof of this Subaru Outback supports more than 300 kilos.

The roof bars are also specific, with a load capacity of 700 pounds (317 kilos). And this is not something anecdotal, since the usual thing is that the resistance of conventional roof racks (or, rather, roof supports) ranges between 50 and 100 kilos, which is usually rather fair for transporting a tent. roof and totally insufficient for two people to sleep in it.

There is also a set of more robust bumpers with LED front fog lights, side sill protection, metal underbody protection, abundant aesthetic details, rubber mats (including the trunk cargo protector) and water-repellent fabric upholstery, a material that It extends to the curtain that hides the cargo in the trunk.

If you have come this far, you will surely already imagine that there is a ‘but’, and that is that this Subaru Outback Wilderness is not sold in our country, but is specific for the North American market, which on the other hand represents the majority of sales. from the Japanese brand. Thus, in the US you can buy a Subaru Outback Wilderness for $38,445 (equivalent to 38,729 euros) or choose any of the nine available finishes, although we, of course, have no doubt which is our favorite.

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