The Japanese based automaker Subaru has recently announced a price cut for the 2013 Outback in Australia, which is now 4,000 AUD cheaper.
According to the car manufacturer, the biggest saving for the 2013 Subaru Outback is seen on the 2.0 D Premium, with its 110 kW and 350 Nm of torque, along with the color information display and the alloy wheels, which is now available to its future customers starting at 42,990 AUD. The standard Outback 2.0 D has also seen a price cut of 1,000 AUD and the model is now available for order, with its added satellite navigation system, being priced from 39,990 AUD.
The entry-level Subaru Outback 2.5i manual has been replaced by the Outback 2.5i automatic which is more powerful, at 127 kW and 235 Nm of torque, and more fuel efficient, burning 8.0 liters of fuel every 100 km, compared to the previous 8.3 liters / 100 km. Leather trim, sat-nav, electric driver’s seat, coor information display and rear air conditioning vents can be added on the Outback 2.5i for an extra 1,500 AUD. The most expensive version of the 2013 Subaru Outback is the 3.6R Premium Auto, which is priced from 57,490 AUD.