Subaru Outback 2022 Wilderness Off-Road Pricing PublishedApril 20, 2021
The Japanese automaker has released pricing data for the 2022 Subaru Outback station wagon in the Wilderness off-road version.
The Wilderness version of the Japanese station wagon will receive a starting price tag of $ 36,995. There’s also an available “package” that includes an electric sunroof, an 11.6-inch infotainment screen, and automatic reverse braking – it costs $ 1,845. Deliveries will begin this summer.
The new Outback Wilderness is based on the Onyx Edition XT but gets a host of exclusive off-road parts.
The Outback Wilderness has an updated suspension that provides 23 cm of ground clearance instead of 22.1 cm for the regular model. The front and rear bumpers have been improved, as well as the front protective shield. The 17-inch wheels are fitted with Yokohama Geolandar all-terrain tires. Geyser Blue is an exclusive color choice for the Outback Wilderness. Inside, there are anodized copper inserts on the steering wheel, gearbox and door panels.
The more off-road performance of the Wilderness uses a turbocharged 2.4-liter flat-four engine that develops 260 horsepower (376 Nm). Subaru changes the CVT final drive ratio to 4.44: 1 instead of 4.11: 1. The all-wheel drive system has a proprietary dual-function X-Mode system.
In addition to Wilderness, the 2022 Outback will receive LED fog lights as standard. The Outback and Legacy now have rear-facing vents in the center console. There’s also blind spot detection with lane change assist and rear cross-traffic alert, sunroof and automatic reversing braking.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote about how the 2022 Subaru BRZ drives through the snow. A video has appeared on YouTube showing the 2022 Subaru BRZ sports coupe drifting beautifully in the snow.
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