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Spacious interior; all-wheel drive; Subaru dependability; safety features; practical alternative
The Outback was redesigned from the ground up for the 2020 model year, so for 2021 Subaru has made only three minor changes: Adaptive headlamps, a rear-seat reminder system, and a passenger's seatbelt warning light and chime are now standard across the lineup. The Outback sits on Subaru's Global Platform, which is far stiffer than the chassis it replaces, allowing the car to be both safer and better handling, without any penalty to the ride quality.
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