Wed, 09/03/2011

Subaru Australia has released a special edition Outback 2.5i Touring model representing outstanding value with a raft of accessories - perfect for road trips.

Long weekends are a must with the inclusion of side cargo nets, towbar and roof crossbars perfect for carrying surfboards, bikes or storage pods.

Protection from the elements is taken care of with the inclusion of carpet mats, rear step panel and a rear cargo tray.

Reverse parking sensors, a first aid kit, picnic rug, four water bottles and two Subaru polo shirt vouchers are also included.

Inside there is an additional 12V power outlet and a 14-litre travel fridge is part of this value packed offer.

Additional equipment is valued at more than $3360 and is available for just $600 over the recommended retail price.

On road costs are also included and the Outback 2.5i Touring is priced from $42,990 Recommended Driveaway Price* for the manual model.

As with every vehicle in the Subaru range, all Outback variants have a five-star crashworthiness rating for occupant safety from the independent Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). Every new Subaru features dual front, side and curtain airbags, plus Vehicle Dynamics Control electronic stability system.

There are 500 Outback 2.5i Touring packs available with the choice of manual or Continuously Variable Transmissions.

Full pricing is:

  • Outback 2.5i Touring manual $42,990
  • Outback 2.5i Touring CVT $44,990

* NOTE: RDP includes the vehicle price, registration, stamp duty, CTP insurance cost estimate (based on private purchaser with good driving record) and a recommended charge for dealer delivery. RDP is not applicable to business or government buyers. Final on road costs could vary according to individual circumstances and actual driveaway price may vary between Retailers.


Every Subaru sold in Australia features Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and a horizontally opposed Boxer engine, standard Vehicle Dynamics Control electronic stability program, and a five-star rating for occupant safety from the independent Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). The result - driving confidence