What Are The Differences Between the Subaru Outback Base and Subaru Outback Wilderness?
The Subaru Outback has long been a favorite SUV from the Subaru family. It is hardly imaginable that it could get any better, but in 2022 the Subaru Outback got an added trim level folks have been raving about. The 2022 Subaru Outback debuted the new Wilderness trim level, and some are wondering just how different it is from the base model.
Let the Subaru Outback Wilderness Take You Where No Outback Has Taken You Before
The Subaru Outback Wilderness has tons of extras and performance enhancements compared to the base model. The Wilderness trim level was designed and engineered to be drastically different for Los Angeles drivers who love to explore the roads less traveled often. For those unfamiliar with the specifications of the Subaru Outback Wilderness, here are a few specifications you’ll find in the new trim level that you won’t find in the base Subaru Outback model:
- A five-inch higher ground clearance of 9.2-inches
- Standard skid plates
- Roof rails with a 200-pound dynamic payload capacity and a 700-pound static capacity
- Maximum towing capacity 3,500 pounds
- And more
Visit our Los Angeles Subaru Dealership to learn more about the Subaru Outback Wilderness!