Subaru was once an also-ran in the U.S. market, but these days its out-maneuvering big brands like Honda, Chevrolet, and Ford with reliable, capable vehicles in burgeoning segments. Models like the Outback have gone from niche to broad appeal by retaining distinct characteristics that keep loyal fans interested and fresh customers flowing into showrooms.
The new-generation Outback coincides with the Japanese automaker’s eighth straight year of year-over-year sales growth. To keep the good times going, Subaru introduces improved technology, comfort, and efficiency to its most popular model. Here are 10 things to know about the 2020 Subaru Outback.