With its standard all-wheel drive and spacious cabin, the Subaru Outback has been the adventurer’s best friend since 1995. Though fans of past Outback models might not be able to see how their beloved outdoor warrior could possibly be improved, the engineers at Subaru have found a way. Here’s a close look at the new 2012 Subaru Outback 3.6R:
Spacious and Roomy
Whether you’re planning a month-long backpacking trip or a relaxing weekend at a local campground, every intrepid adventurer needs a spacious car to travel in. The Outback 3.6R boasts 34.3 cubic feet of storage space—plenty of room for backpacks, tents, sleeping bags, and provisions. If you still need to squeeze in a few extra items, you’ll be pleased to know that the rear seats fold down.
Safe and Comfortable
Outdoor adventurers may be called many things, but safety-conscious is not usually one of them. Luckily, the Outback 3.6R takes care of safety with a reinforced frame, rollover sensor, and many more important safety features. And with comfortable cloth upholstery and reclining seats, the new Outback allows you to explore in style.
Ready for Adventure
When heading up steep mountains and negotiating difficult terrain, you need a powerful vehicle that can handle it all. Luckily, the classic Subaru all-wheel drive has only gotten better with the new Outback 3.6R, giving you the traction you need to take on any mountain road. And with a 256 horsepower, 3.6 liter DOHC engine, you’ll command all the power you need.
If you’d like to take the all new Subaru Outback 3.6R for a spin, come by Falcone Automotive. You may also want to try out one of our many Saab or Volkswagen models. Call us at (317) 263-0002 to learn more about our current selection.