New Subaru Outback for Sale in Lewiston, ID

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The new 2023 Subaru Outback Wilderness: Go deeper into the wild

The new Subaru Outback Wilderness for 2023 is the highest expression of the unstoppable outdoor capability Outback is known for. In addition to Subaru's patented Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, the Outback Wilderness edition has been upgraded with off-road equipment that can take you farther into the great outdoors than ever before. Here's an overview of what you'll find when you take a closer look at the new Subaru Outback Wilderness at Rogers Subaru in Lewiston ID.

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Engine and performance

Subaru equips the new Outback Wilderness with a 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that generates 260 horsepower and connects to a continuously variable automatic transmission. Estimated combined gas mileage is 24 MPG. The turbocharged engine is considerably faster than the standard 2.5-liter engine that comes in the base-level Subaru trim and delivers only 182 horsepower.

In addition, that 2.4-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine in the Outback Wilderness can generate 277 pound-feet of torque. The Outback Wilderness edition can go from zero to 60 mph in 7.7 seconds and it can hit the quarter-mile in 15.3 seconds. The Outback Wilderness comes with a navigation system that pinpoints your current location and gives you turn-by-turn directions to specific destinations.

More ground clearance

The standard version of the Subaru Outback for 2023 would give you only 8.7 inches of ground clearance while the Wilderness upgrade adds almost an extra inch for a total of 9.5 inches of clearance. More ground clearance means that the wheels have more vertical room to travel and absorb the shocks of the road or the trail that you're rolling over, far from your home in Pullman WA or Moscow ID.

In addition, extra ground clearance allows the Subaru Outback Wilderness to travel over roads that aren't level without scraping up against surface obstacles and potentially damaging the chassis and the underbody.

Additional off-road upgrades in the new Outback Wilderness version

The Wilderness trim builds on the Onyx model just below it in the trim hierarchy by amping up the Outback's off-road capability. In addition to greater ground clearance, the Wilderness comes with unique front and rear bumpers that boost both the angle of approach and departure. What's more, Subaru increased the breakover angle for the Wilderness edition and enhanced the dual mode X-Mode function.

Interior and exterior off road upgrades in the new Wilderness model

On the inside, the Wilderness version of the Outback comes with copper accent stitching that you'll find on the faux-leather seating, the dashboard and on door panels. The Wilderness editiion also gives Clarkston WA buyers special aluminum pedal covers. On the outside, this trim level provides unique roof rails, two front tow hooks, 17-inch matte-black wheels, and unique hexagon-pattern LED fog lights that include special covers.

In addition, the Subaru Outback Wilderness gets a more prominent grille along with a matte-black hood decal. The Outback Wilderness also comes with reverse auto braking. It's an advanced driver aid that can recognize objects in your path when you're backing up and applies the brakes if you don't. The 17-inch matte-black wheels come with a greater offset to give you a wider stance to help you take on the great outdoors more fearlessly than ever.

Infotainment options

The 2023 Subaru Outback Wilderness offers you the opportunity to upgrade to an 11.6-inch touch screen, wireless smartphone connectivity, wireless device charging and a Harman Kardon stereo with 12 speakers. If you're ready to go deeper into the wild, find out more about the new Subaru Outback Wilderness at Rogers Subaru in Lewiston ID.

Subaru Outback Interior Design

Get inside the 2023 Subaru Outback and you'll have more than enough space to stretch out and relax. It has more passenger volume and cargo room than most of its competitors. Clarkston, WA drivers who haul a lot of luggage or road trip supplies will like that the Outback has up to 75.7 cubic feet of total cargo space. Base models come with cloth seats, but genuine Nappa leather-trimmed upholstery is available for a more luxurious look and feel. Heated are also seats are available.


People in Asotin, WA will feel safe driving the 2023 Subaru Outback, which comes with adaptive cruise control to help them maintain a set distance them and the car up ahead. Other standard driver-assist features in the new Outback include:

  • Forward collision warning
  • Pedestrian detection
  • Lane keep assist

Trim Levels

The 2023 Subaru Outback comes in the following eight trims:

  • Outback Base
  • Outback Premium
  • Outback Limited
  • Outback Touring
  • Outback Onyx Edition XT
  • Outback Wilderness
  • Outback Limited XT
  • Outback Touring XT
New Subaru Outback Technology

Test Drive the 2023 Subaru Outback Today

The 2023 Subaru Outback is a comfortable wagon with standard all-wheel drive and a slew of useful tech features. Visit Rogers Subaru and take it for a test drive today.

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