The all new 2019 Subaru Outback gives drivers the best of all worlds, providing safety, reliability, power, and handing in a vehicle that is just plain fun to drive. The Outback is spacious and stylish, blending the shape of a wagon with the cargo room of a SUV. The Outback is an ideal vehicle for periods of inclement weather, as the roof height is lower than many SUVs, making it easier to load and clean off snow. All-wheel drive is standard across all models of the Subaru Outback, providing superior handling on the road and safety to drivers and passengers. With amazing visibility, drivers can see clearly and easily in all directions. The 2019 Subaru Outback comes in six trim levels to appeal to every driver. The newest version of the Outback comes with a peppy all wheel drive, folding rails on the roof, and an impressive list of state of the art technology features that come standard. The EyeSight driver assistance suite and a touchscreen display that interfaces with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard features across the Outback line. Keep reading to find out the lastest information on the 2019 Subaru Outback.


  • Trim Levels
  • Tech Options
  • Pricing and Deals

Outback Trim Levels

The Subaru Outback comes in six different trim levels. The base model comes with many standards, but the upper trims provide enough extras to appeal to everyone. The base gives drivers the folding roof rails and a rearview camera. One bump up to Premium gives the additional features of heated outside mirrors, fog lights, and a windshield wiper de-icier. There is an optional moonroof package, which includes a moonroof and a rearview mirror that dims automatically. A power lift gate with memory height is also an available option. The upper trim levels include a heated steering wheel, navigation, keyless ignition and heated rear seats. The touch screen display can be upgraded to a bigger monitor with satellite radio.


  • Six Trim Levels
  • Power Moonroof Package
  • Power Lift Gate

Technology Options

The all new Subaru Outback comes with many standard technology features. There are even some additional upgrades, the most notable of which is Subaru EyeSight. This package comes with adaptive cruise control, braking automatically when coming too close to a driver in front while using cruise control. Also included is front collision mitigation, which automatically brakes when the vehicle detects an accident might occur. Lane departure warning makes an audible sound and the steering wheel vibrates when the vehicle moves outside the traffic lane. The Outback also comes with blind spot detection which makes an audible sound when another vehicle is in the Outback’s blind spot. It has Starlink voice recognition that can respond to commands for phone calls, audio, and navigation. It can also control the vehicle’s climate, making the cabin comfortable for everyone.


  • Subaru’s EyeSight
  • Blind Spot Detection
  • Starlink

Pricing and Deals

The 2019 Subaru Outback is fairly priced at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $26,345. A fully loaded highest trim model of the Subaru Outback runs about $38,995. Subaru is offering lease and financing deals on the Outback. Subaru is offering zero percent financing for all Outback models to qualified buyers. Subaru is also offering a lease option. Lease an Outback for $249 per month for 36 months with $2,249 cash is due at signing. Subaru also offers incentives to those in the military, providing $1,300 and $3,300 of the MSRP for those currently in active duty service.


  • Reasonably Priced
  • Highest Trim Fairly Priced
  • Lease Deals


For those that have not considered a Subaru before, now is the time! It is a hybrid between a wagon and a SUV that gives you the best of both worlds. The Outback provides standard safety and technology features across all trims. The base model comes nicely equipped with some extras one wouldn’t expect of a base model. The Outback is reasonably priced and fits into any budget. Subaru offers some nice incentives, so give it a second look.