How Long Is a Subaru Outback? I figure that there must be some people out there who are wondering “How long is a Subaru Outback?” I mean, it’s not the same as saying how long is a piece of string. However, depending on what you want to use it for, your intentions will determine if the car is long enough or not.
For instance, if you want to put something in the back and haul it to the dump then you might be disappointed with its length especially if you’re looking at just using this one vehicle to do it. So let’s have a look at what other people thought about their specific situations and see how we can help each other out here.
The new-for-2019 Subaru Outback, with either a 2.5-liter four-cylinder or 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine, is 192.8 inches long
The new-for-2019 Subaru Outback, available with either a 2.5-liter four-cylinder or 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine, is 192.8 inches long. That’s about as long as an average midsize sedan like the Toyota Camry (191 inches). The Outback may be larger than some of its competitors—the Honda CRV (184 inches) and Toyota RAV4 (183.7 inches).
In addition to the standard 6.5 inches of ground clearance, this is 1.8 inches more than the previous model year thanks to an increase in ride height and a restyled rear sway bar.
Inside, the Outback has 2 inches more legroom in the front seats and 1 inch of added legroom in the second row compared to the previous model year.
The interior of the Outback is roomy, with increased legroom in the front seats and second row. The third-row seat offers a considerable amount of legroom for adults, and the redesigned seats are less cramped than before. With all five rows up, there’s 48 cubic feet of space to put your things—more than most midsize SUVs.
The Outback has an available seat that can be folded into the floor of the cargo area when not needed—a handy feature if you only need occasional extra seating or sleeping space for small kids. This “third-row fold-flat” seat wasn’t offered on earlier Subarus but is now standard across most models.
If two adults are sitting up in this position, they will find themselves sitting very close together because there isn’t much room between them and their neighbors’ heads in front or behind them; three adults would likely feel more comfortable riding back here than four adults would be given its tight quarters (although it’s possible).
So while it’s possible for four people to ride comfortably together in an Outback Sport model equipped with this feature set—and even five adults could take turns sharing space during long trips on occasion—this particular seating option should really only be used by one person at a time unless he/she enjoys being surrounded by strangers all day long (or night)!
With all seats folded down, the Outback offers 75.7 cubic feet of cargo space – an increase of 3 cubic feet over the previous model year
The Outback’s cargo capacity is increased by three cubic feet, increasing to 75.7 cubic feet with all seats folded down. This increase is a result of the vehicle’s new 2 inches in overall length, 1 inch in width and 1 inch in height.
There was an increase in overall length which increased available cargo capacity slightly from before and increased legroom front and back by 1 to 2 inches each and also increases ride height helping improve ground clearance for off roading better
The Outback has always been a little bit more substantial than your average Subaru, but the new model is even larger. The overall length increased by about two inches, which increases available cargo capacity slightly from before and increases legroom front and back by 1 to 2 inches each. This increase in ride height helps improve ground clearance for off roading better, too!
As you can see, the Subaru Outback is a great option for those who need space and comfort. We’re excited about this new model and we hope you are too!