With the Series Four Outback Limited SUV Crossover Station Wagon, Subaru have moved up a notch or two in providing a luxury finish which might have been less apparent in some of their earlier versions.
The 2012 model Outback Limited SUV Crossover Station Wagon comes with standard cloth upholstery, manually operated air conditioning, driver's seat that can be set into six different positions, 215/60R16 tires on attractively designed 16-inch steel wheels, a 100-watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio sound system, power locking, electric windows, remote keyless entry, tilt/telescoping steering wheel and a powerful anti-theft alarm, all as standard equipment.
For those who like to indulge themselves and have the funds to do so, Subaru certainly provide them with a whole catalog of possibilities to upgrade their Outback Series Four Limited SUV Crossover Station Wagon.
These include the following - power operated moonroof, user friendly voice activated GPS navigation, rear mounted backup camera, ten-way power adjustable driver seat.
The important issues of driver and passenger safety have been seriously addressed in the 2012 Series Four Outback Limited SUV Crossover Station Wagon. Standard safety equipment that includes an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution and quick brake assist features stand evidence to that. The more the safety features the more the American car insurance industry like the Outback, and they really seem to favor the 2012 model by offering very competitive insurance premiums.
The 2012 model Subaru Outback Limited SUV Crossover Station Wagon offers increased space as well as safety, both for its passengers, with an additional eight cubic feet both in width and especially in height, meaning that there is another six foot cubic feet of cargo space to be played with, with all of the Outback's seating folded away, an operation that takes just a few minutes.
With the Outback having been around for so long, and having now been upgraded four times, it is quite a challenge for even the most nit-picking of reviewers to find that much wrong with the 2012 Outback Limited SUV Crossover Station Wagon, while there are quite a few new features and updates for which Subaru are worthy of praise.The Outback's newly re-designed supersized rear doors earn loads of positive reviews, thanks to their ability to swing fully to the sides, allowing effortless handling of the unwieldiest of cargo. Despite its increased volume, the Series Four Outback Limited SUV Crossover Station Wagon has gained no extra weight, which at just 3655 pounds is around five hundred pounds less than most of its rivals.