The new edition of the popular crossover SUV is the most off-road capable yet.

PMG PHOTO: JEFF ZURSCHMEIDE – The 2021 Subaru Outback Wilderness edition comes from the factory with a turbocharged 2.4-liter engine, symmetrical all-wheel-drive with X-Mode for slippery conditions and steep hill descents, increased ride height, underbody protection, and all-terrain wheels and tires.

The Subaru Outback is one of the most capable crossover SUVs available on the market. Whether you choose the most basic model or the top luxury trim, every Outback offers Subaru’s symmetrical all-wheel-drive with X-Mode for slippery conditions and steep hill descents. The fact is, any Outback can get you to places that will surprise the traditional 4X4 crowd.

However, Subaru drivers always want more, and that has led to owners and dealers making aftermarket modifications to the Outback, sometimes before it leaves the dealer showroom. People have been lifting the suspension, putting on underbody skid plates for rock protection, and of course choosing more aggressive off-road tires.

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