Test Drive 2015 Subaru Outback near Detroit MI

Test Drive 2015 Subaru Outback near Troy  Ferndale MI

2015 Subaru Outback

Test Drive the 2015 Subaru Outback near Troy Ferndale in Southfield,  MI
Designed with the family-friendly capacity of a station wagon and  the off-road capability of an SUV, the five-passenger Subaru Outback  has been redesigned for 2015 with better interior tech, more cabin  space, and greater fuel economy. Four trims are available: 2.5i,  2.5i Premium, 2.5i Limited, and 3.6R Limited. Features vary among  models and can be confirmed with a test drive 2015 Subaru Outback  near Ferndale MI.
Interior

2015 Subaru Outback Interior Technology forms a high point of the 2015 Outback starting with the standard STARLINK. This system puts vehicle information, multimedia content, and smartphone entertainment to the dashboard and also includes SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Pandora, weather, traffic and up to 36 preset stations. The available 7-inch capacitive touch screen and voice controls add a welcome layer of usability. You can increase your audio enjoyment with the available Harman Kardon 576-watt equivalent Greenedge amp and 12 speakers. Bluetooth technology lets you manage your phone using your voice or steering wheel controls. Both you and your passengers can spread out on the soft-touch and upgraded surfaces that highlight 143.6 cubic feet of interior space. (The 2.5i Limited and 3.6R Limited come with leather on the seats, steering wheel, and shift handle.) You can set up for more passengers or cargo by folding down the 60/40 split rear seats through the cargo-area release levers. Customize your position with the available 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat with memory.

Exterior

2015 Subaru Outback Exterior

All trims of  the 2015 Outback measure 189.6  inches long, 72.4 inches wide,  and 66.1 inches high with the  roof rails. The wheelbase runs  108.1 inches and the ground  clearance is 8.7 inches at the  base curb weight. This vehicle  can tow up to 3,000 lbs at the  3.6R Limited trim. Wheels vary  from the 17-inch steel versions  with covers included in the 2.5i  to the 18-inch aluminum-alloy  wheels with machine finish that  are standard on the 2.5i Limited  and 3.6R Limited. Test drive  2015 Subaru Outback near  Ferndale MI to discover which  trims levels support the  following exterior features. To  brighten the road ahead, either  the projector-beam halogen  low-beam headlights or the  High-Intensity Discharge  low-beam headlights  automatically come on and off.  The steering-responsive fog  lights cut through the cloud  directly in front of the  vehicle. Two-speed windshield  wipers and a rear window wiper  are standard. The available  All-Weather Package adds heat to  the side mirrors and puts a de-icer  on the windshield wipers to  counteract the cold. The  crossbar system on the roof  rails can handle up to 150  pounds of cargo on top of the  car where it is within easy  reach. The crossbars fold into  the roof rails when not in use  for a more aerodynamic drive. An  available power moonroof tilts  and slides for views of the sun  or the stars, and the feel of  the wind. The rear liftgate can  open and close when you push a  button on your dashboard or key  fob. You can also adjust the  opening height to work with  limited clearances. Due to these  features, the Insurance  Institute for Highway Safety  grants this vehicle its highest  rating of Good, which covers  crash-worthiness in testing for  roof strength, head restraints,  seats, and side, small overlap  front, and moderate overlap  front impacts. Front crash  prevention is rated Superior  with optional equipment.

Mechanical
 2015 Subaru Outback Mechanical

The standard  2.5-liter valve Overhead  Camshaft motor features four  cylinders that are horizontally  opposed in the Subaru BOXER  engine with a Dual-Active Valve  Control System. It produces 175  horsepower and 174 lb-ft of  torque. A 3.6-liter DOHC Subaru  BOXER engine is also available  with 24 valves and a  horizontally opposed six  cylinders. It delivers 256  horsepower and 247 lb-ft of  torque. The standard  Lineartronic Continuously  Variable Transmission has a  six-speed manual mode that is  shifted with paddle controls.  You'll feel the difference in  power with your test drive 2015  Subaru Outback. A button push  can activate X-MODE, which  adjusts both the Symmetrical  All-Wheel Drive System and  engine response while actively  controlling braking and traction  to improve handling on wet and  slippery roads. The mode also  delivers more traction through  Hill Descent Control, which is  useful when going down steep  slopes. To feel the difference,  try going down a hill during  your test drive with X-MODE  switched on and off.

Safety
 2015 Subaru Outback Safety

Be sure to ask a sales agent at Glassman Subaru serving Troy and Ferndale from Southfield Michigan, for a demonstration of the available EyeSight Driver Assist, which is arguably the most unique safety technology of the 2015 Outback. The system continuously monitors traffic and can warn you when you stray outside your lane or adjust cruise control for safer travel. If an obstacle lies up front, the system can also slow down your vehicle or stop it completely. Other useful safety features include the following. Only some of these can be demonstrated in a test drive 2015 Subaru Outback. The eight airbags cover the front, front seat-side for pelvis and torso, front seat cushion, and side-curtain. Sensors, including one for roll-overs, help with the optimal deployment of these life-saving devices. Blind-Spot Detection warns you if a vehicle enters your blind spot. Rear Cross-Traffic Alert signals you if traffic crosses your side as you back up. Vehicle Dynamics Control with Active Torque Vectoring delivers more stable handling. It detects how your steer and brake to ensure that you do not stray from your path. Smart braking systems use Antilock Brakes to prevent the wheels from locking up, Electronic Brake-force Distribution to divide stopping forces equally among all wheels, and Brake Assist to stop your vehicle more quickly when it detects a panic-stop. The engine sits low on the frame, not only to balance the drive, but so that during a front-end collision, it falls under the chassis rather than intrude into the passenger cabin. Contact Glassman Subaru to Test Drive the 2015 Subaru Outback. The only way to find out if the 2015 Subaru Outback truly meets the needs of you and your family is to take it for a test drive. Schedule yours today at Glassman Subaru near Troy and Ferndale, Michigan.

DISCLAIMERS
*The above information is regarding the base m
odel  2015 Subaru Outback. Standard specs and features may change from year to year. Contact Glassman Subaru with any questions regarding the new or used vehicle you're inquiring about.
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