The 2011 Subaru Outback: The Pioneer of the Crossover

The pioneer of the crossover concept was first launched in Europe in 1996 as the Subaru Outback. This vehicle successfully combined the comfort, interior space, and superior on-road handling. Now this special blend of abilities has been refined. The 2011 Subaru Outback is now longer, wider, and taller than the previous model. With a distinctive new face, the prominent grille now features Subaru's trademark motif.

Inside there's a more sophisticated interior design that complements the crossover's subtly muscular exterior lines. The design team focused on producing a feeling of spaciousness and quality thanks to several improvements like increased seat adjustability, and softer cushioning. Doesn't sound too shabby for a crossover.

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