Flat design meets high expectations.


Only a few other vehicles drive with such huge sovereignty like the Outback. Therefore, it will not surprise you that this is being achieved in a unique way. In the SUBARU BOXER engine the pistons are positioned horizontally opposite each other offset by 180° resulting in a flatter and more compact construction than with conventional engine types. This provides the engine and consequently the whole vehicle with a low center of gravity and larger balance. Moreover, the opposite cylinders equalize each others inertia forces helping the engine to provide extreme low vibration running.

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Max. Output: 110 kW (150 PS) bei 3.600 U/min
Max. Torque: 350 Nm bei 1.600-2.800 U/min
Fuel consumption*: 2.0D (Schaltgetriebe): 5,6l/100km*
2.0D (Lineartronic) 6,1l/100km*
CO2– Emissions*: 2.0D (Schaltgetriebe) 145g/km*
2.0D (Lineartronic) 159g/km*

Now boasting improved fuel efficiency, the 2.0-litre DOHC TURBO SUBARU BOXER DIESEL engine is an appealing option for a powerful,
yet efficient passenger vehicle. A prodigious 350-Nm of peak torque is delivered at a lower 1,600 rpm for smooth power when you want it most, when you’re overtaking other cars on the road or climbing up a steep hill. This new engine is also cleaner, now meeting the Euro6b standard, and it’s quieter with less vibration for a more pleasant ride for everyone aboard. Ceramic glow plugs will also give you a faster start in cold weather.


Max. Output: 129 kW (175 PS) bei 5.800 U/min
Max. Torque: 235 Nm bei 4.000 U/min
Fuel Consumption: 2.5i (Lineartronic) 7,0 l/100km*
CO2– Emissions: 2.5i (Lineartronic) 161 g/km*

Already naturally smooth and strong, we improved the Outback’s 2.5-litre DOHC engine to make it powerful and fuel efficient. We also made specific refinements to improve its mid-to low-range torque so you’ll have more power when you need it from a complete stop. You’ll also find that it’s more responsive around town and more satisfying on the highway, thanks to a remarkable 235-Nm of torque at a lower 4,000 rpm. When combined with the Lineartronic, it’s more fuel efficient and clean-running, making it kinder to your wallet and the environment.


Stop & Go Launch Control

This system additionally reduces fuel consumption in the Outback 2.5i by shutting down the engine when stopping and starting it again as soon as the driver removes his/her foot from the brake or uses the clutch pedal.

Active Grille Shutter

The Outback uses an Active Grille Shutter on the front of the car to improve fuel consumption. It closes to warm up engine faster, and while driving, it also closes to reduce wind resistance and cold airflow. However when the engine gets hotter, it opens to cool off the engine.

* The values always refer to the combined cycle test. EURO 6 emission standard.

Information on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in accordance with Directive 1999/94 / EC


Outback 2.0D Exclusive Sport Linear Tronic: Fuel consumption in l / 100 km: 7.5; on the highway: 5.3; Combined: 6.1; CO2 emissions in g / km combined: 159; Efficiency class: C
Outback 2.0D Comfort Linear Tronic: Fuel consumption in l / 100 km: 7.5; on the highway: 5.3; Combined: 6.1; CO2 emissions in g / km combined: 159; Efficiency class: C