Subaru has redesigned its popular Outback wagon for 2020, adding key new technology while retaining the wagon approach that further solidifies its reputation as the anti-SUV. In many ways, the changes are improvements—ride and handling are good—but some of that new tech was not as warmly received.
The Outback hasn't changed its looks much, though. It so closely resembles the last two generations that it’s a struggle to tell the three of them apart.
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