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Available from:
Charles Warner Ltd,
Outer Circle Road,
Lincoln LN2 4LD

Telephone:
01522 806200

Website:
www.charleswarner.co.uk

Featured in the April 2019 issue

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Supremely capable. Spacious and practical. Incredibly safe and unfalteringly reliable. In its sixth incarnation, the car that originally created the All-Wheel Drive Crossover segment – the Subaru Outback – is now even more refined and better equipped than ever.

Whether traversing a muddy field or cornering on a rain-soaked road, permanent Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive achieves confident, sure-footed grip. A 2.5L Boxer petrol engine with Lineartronic Continuously Variable Transmission means smooth, effortless acceleration and cruising. The latest Subaru safety technologies, standard across the range, keep you and your family safe – so you can embark on any journey with complete peace of mind.

Engineered for Safe Performance
Safety is in the Outback’s DNA. The weight of the low, centrally mounted Boxer engine is distributed evenly, enhancing handling, whilst permanent Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive ensures traction at every wheel and at all times to keep you firmly in control.
Subaru’s latest safety systems protect you. As you drive, EyeSight driver assist technology monitors the road ahead to warn of hazards – and even mitigate a potential collision. Subaru Rear Vehicle Detection monitors rear blind spots, making lane changes and reversing out of parking spaces safer. Headlights are steering responsive, matching the steering direction to illuminate corners as you turn. For the best visibility without dazzling oncoming traffic, High Beam Assist automatically controls the selection of main or dipped beam.

Effortless Capability
Outback constantly reassures. Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive permanently powers all four wheels: expect outstanding grip and confident control in rain, snow or slippery conditions – both on and off road. A 200mm ground clearance dismisses uneven ground so you can negotiate rocky, rutted tracks or ford shallow streams. Hitch up a loaded trailer or caravan without a thought – Outback tows up to 2000kg with ease.

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