2018 Subaru Outback: Proudly Made in the USA



You probably know that Subaru is a Japanese car manufacturer.

But did you know that almost all Subaru models are also manufactured in the good old U.S. of A.?

The Impreza, Impreza WRX, Legacy, Outback, Forester, and Tribeca are all made right here.

It’s good for you, the consumer, because being made in America saves in shipping costs and the supply is plentiful, meaning you get the best deal!

Let’s take a closer look at the 2018 Subaru Outback.

Upgrades
The Outback is getting some updates for 2018.

The front and rear bumpers have been redesigned and you’ll notice the grille is more prominent.

Even the lights get an upgrade with a more advanced lighting technology.

The interior has gone through some changes, too.

The feel is more refined and the comfortability factor has been amped up.

One of the most notable upgrades to the interior is the reduced noise level due to the addition of sound-reducing laminated glass on the front side windows, as well as the side mirrors.

The new eight-inch touch screen isn’t too shabby, either!

Reliability isn’t an upgrade – the Subaru Outback remains one of the most reliable, longest-lasting vehicles you can buy!

Safety
Active safety features include Blind-Spot Detection with Lane-Change Assist, which warns you if a vehicle is in your blind spot and a Rear Vision Camera.

Subaru Eyesight Driver Assist Technology alerts you when you’re moving outside of your lane and the Pre-Collision Braking feature can actually bring the vehicle to a complete stop in order to avoid an accident.

The Starlink Safety and Security system provides you with Stolen Vehicle Recovery, Enhanced Roadside Assistance, and Automatic Collision Notification. It can give you valuable peace of mind as you travel with friends and family, your precious cargo.

Ready to find out more about the 2018 Subaru Outback and when you can get yours? Give us a call at Park Subaru and let’s talk!

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