2018 Subaru Outback | Now Available In Tulsa & Broken Arrow



In 1994, Subaru introduced the world to the Subaru Outback. Since then, the Outback has grown to become Subaru of America's best-selling model. Here in Tulsa, the Subaru Outback is just as popular. This year Ferguson Subaru has sold more new Outbacks than any other new Subaru model; year to date.

Tulsa area drivers love the Subaru Outback for many reasons. Not only is the Outback the most fuel-efficient vehicle in its class, it also has enough ground clearance to handle any Oklahoma terrain. Interior space is also an added bonus. With exceptional cargo room, the Outback is great at handling big hauls.

With so much to love about the Subaru Outback, it's hard to imagine anything Subaru can do to make the Outback any more attractable for our Tulsa drivers. Well, Subaru looks to do just that, with the release of the 2018 Subaru Outback! 

Subaru's engineers managed to add many new features to the new 2018 Outback, including: a new available steering responsive LED headlight system, new multimedia capabilities, refreshed interior materials, a more rugged character, and a smoother, quieter ride.



The cabin on the new 2018 Outback debuts significant upgrades in areas such as multimedia capability, safety, and comfort. Many new engineering and design details throughout the 2018 Outback enhance the driving experience and the vehicle's versatility.

In the Subaru tradition, numerous - and sometimes unseen - details enhance everyday comfort. The revised air conditioning system cools the cabin more quickly and provides more uniform temperature throughout the cabin. The temperature setting indicator is now located inside the control dial for more intuitive operation. Even changes that may seem miniscule provided an unexpected level of enhanced luxury. For example, the clock in the 2018 Outback has been redesigned clock. The new clock is now larger and easier to read.

The Outback offers the most interior room in an expanding segment of sport-utility wagons: total passenger volume 108.1 cu. ft., plus 35.5 cu. ft. of space behind the rear seats and 73.3 cu. ft. with the standard 60/40-split fold-down rear seatback folded. As an added convenience, new sound-insulating glass for the front side windows makes the front seat area quieter.


The 2018 Outback features revised front and rear styling for a more robust stance. Towards the front you'll notice a bolder, more rugged looking face highlighted by wider, lower grille openings and a new bumper that complement the iconic Subaru hexagonal grille. C-shaped headlights, parking lights and new horizontal character lines extend outward from the grille. The redesigned headlights feature distinctive "Konoji" daytime LED running lights.

A quieter ride begins with exterior changes on the 2018 Outback. Reshaped exterior mirrors are among a number of enhancements that reduce wind noise, while thicker rear wheel well aprons further reduce outside noise. Redesigned front cladding enhances protection from mud and stones when the vehicle is driven off pavement. 

Further changes on the 2018 Outback continue down to the wheels. A new high-contrast wheel design on Limited trim highlight the luxury-class appearance for the 2018 Outback. The 2.5i base and Premium trims are equipped with standard 17" alloy wheels, and all Limited and Touring models offer 18" alloy wheels.


The Outback 2.5i is powered by a 175-hp double overhead cam (DOHC) 2.5-liter BOXER engine that produces 174 lb-ft peak torque. The Active Grille Shutter system helps to improve fuel economy by reducing wind resistance. The DOHC 3.6-liter 6-cylinder BOXER engine in the Outback 3.6R produces 256 hp and 247 lb-ft of peak torque.

Both engines are teamed with standard Lineartronic CVT (continuously variable transmission) now with a seven-speed manual mode and paddle shift control switches. Thanks to a retuned electronic control unit (ECU), the CVT offers smoother response on the 2018 Outback. 

Subaru's engineers looked at every part of the 2018 Outback to improve quietness. Case in point, the Lineartronic CVT for 2.5i models now uses a quieter short-pitch chain, helping to make the Outback even quieter for 2018. Adjustments to engine timing under acceleration further reduce powertrain noise.


A proven safety standout, the Outback adds to its array of driver-assist features for 2018, including available new Steering Responsive Headlights (SRH). Available in conjunction with LED headlights, SRH aim the lights into turns as the driver steers. Also for 2018, Outback Limited and Touring models with EyeSight Driver Assist Technology feature High Beam Assist, which automatically turns the high beams on and off depending on traffic conditions.

The 2018 Outback offers the brand's latest SUBARU STARLINK Multimedia system with Bluetooth wireless capability, iPod control, smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and more. The top-level system includes TomTom navigation with three years of free map updates. Two USB power ports are added to the back of the center console for rear seat passengers' convenience.


The 2018 Outback 2.5i is available in standard, Premium, Limited and top-of-line Touring trims; the 3.6R will offer Limited and Touring trims. The Touring interior features Java Brown perforated leather-trimmed upholstery, armrests and door panels with contrasting ivory stitching. The Touring trim also includes piano-black switch panel accents, unique woodgrain patterned interior trim, and a heated steering wheel.

Numerous details help make the Outback convenient to load and carry cargo, as well as items such as kayaks and bikes. Roof rails with integrated retractable crossbars are standard on all models, except Touring, which features exclusive low-profile roof rails in a silver finish with available detachable crossbars. Step-style doorsills allow a person to stand firmly when securing objects to the crossbars on all Outback models.

Ferguson Subaru, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, now has the 2018 Subaru Outback in stock!

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