Subaru Debuted its Most Capable Ever 2022 Outback Wilderness.
Subaru lifts ground clearance to 9.5 inches, upgrades suspension and the brand’s symmetrical all-wheel drive, extends approach angles, revises rear differential, adds Yokohama Geolandar all-terrain tires and advanced dual-function X-MODE for better capability.
Other features include EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, a tablet-style 11.6-inch Subaru Starlink multimedia system with an integrated center information display. Front View Monitor, LED Rear Gate Light, Hands-Free Power Rear Gate improve convenience on the trail.
The Subaru Outback Wilderness comes with a standard 2.4-liter turbocharged Boxer engine delivering 260 hp at 5,600 rpm and 277 lb-ft of torque at 2,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a Lineartronic CVT that has an 8-speed manual mode function with steering wheel paddle shifters.
EPA rates are 22 mpg (city) and 26 mpg (highway). The towing capacity is 3,500 lbs.
- 17-inch alloy wheels in matte black finish
- all-new front and rear bumpers
- a hexagonal front grille
- larger wheel arch cladding
- a standard front skid plate
- unique hex-designed LED fog lights
- an anti-glare hood decal in matte-black finish
- Subaru Wilderness badges and logos
- high contrast accents in an Anodized Copper-finish throughout the exterior
- a fixed ladder-type roof rack system
- exclusive exterior color Geyser Blue
- seats made of Subaru StarTex water-repellant material
- a bold copper colored contrast stitching inside
- a headliner utilizing a darker color
- Gunmetal Grey replacing the standard chrome touchpoints
- brushed aluminum pedals
- standard all-weather floor mats
- a rear seatback wrapped in a waterproof material
- a waterproof rear cargo tray
Subaru will announce pricing for the 2022 Outback Wilderness later this year.