Used 2012 Subaru Outback 3.6R Premium SUV Wagon Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2012 Subaru Outback 3.6R Premium SUV Wagon

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With the Series Four Outback 3.6R Premium, Subaru have pulled out a load of stops as far as the owner's convenience and the vehicle's interior is concerned. The vehicle now comes complete with power locking, electric windows, remote keyless entry, tilt/telescoping steering wheel and a powerful anti-theft alarm.

Creature comforts include standard cloth upholstery, manually operated air conditioning, a driver's seat that can be manually adjusted into six different positions, 215/60R16 tires on attractively designed 16-inch steel wheels. The Outback 3.6R Premium's 100-watt AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio sound system is more than adequate, backed up by no less than four speakers.

For those who like to add a few extras to the standard format, Subaru provide a whole list of options. These include touchscreen navigation, power operated moonroof,voice activated GPS navigation, rear mounted backup camera , ten-way power driver seat, fog lights.

Driver and passenger safety have been well taken care of with the 2012 Series Four Outback 3.6R Premium with an anti-lock braking system backed up by Subaru's electronic brake-force distribution and quick brake assist features. These features, and more, have made the Outback a favorite of American insurers over the years with the 2012 continuing the tradition.

For lovers of space, the 2012 model Subaru Outback 3.6R Premium offers plenty, with an additional eight cubic feet for its passengers, and around six cubic feet of cargo space once all the seating has been folded away.

These kinds of figures earn the Outback outstanding reviews as a comfortable cargo carrier that is easy to work with. Lots of praise goes to the Outback's supersized rear doors, designed to swing back allowing ease of access to even the bulkiest of loads. Despite its volume and strength, the Series Four Outback is a comparatively lightweight vehicle, at just 3655 pounds.

It is obviously difficult for even the most skeptical of reviewers to find fault with a vehicle such as the Subaru Outback 3.6R Premium, which has been around for so long. Any problems that were not dealt with in previous models have been addressed with the Series Four, making for a lot more pros than cons, with the cons being really minor in nature.

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