The Subaru Outback is a very versatile vehicle, and the Japanese car manufacturer recently unveiled a new, even more off-road-capable variant dubbed the Wilderness. In the reviews below, we get to see what it can deliver when taken off the beaten path.
Immediately making the Outback Wilderness stand out from lesser variants are a plethora of exterior changes that include new body cladding, bespoke front and rear bumpers, a unique front grille, a front skid plate, LED fog lights, flared arches, and new side skirts. The modifications are more than skin deep, though.
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Subaru has given the Outback Wilderness a 0.8-inch suspension lift that increases its ground clearance to 9.5 inches and it also comes standard with unique 17-inch matte black wheels wrapped in Yokohama Geolandar all-terrain tires.
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