2018 Subaru Outback To Debut At 2017 New York Auto Show

Posted: Apr 6 2017, 9:40am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
2018 Subaru Outback to Debut at 2017 New York Auto Show
  • The Outback is the Subaru’s best-selling model
  • The 2018 Outback arrives this summer

Subaru just announced that it will debut the 2018 Outback at the New York International Auto Show on April 12.

Subaru today announced that it will debut the 2018 Outback at the New York International Auto Show on April 12.

Main updates in 2018 Subaru Outback are:
Revised styling reinforces unique Subaru identity and rugged character.
Refreshed interior with more premium materials.
Ride made even smoother and quieter.
New multimedia capabilities, including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Nuance voice recognition.
New available Steering Responsive LED Headlight system.

Among standard features on all SUBARU STARLINK systems are Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity and audio streaming, iPod control, a USB port and auxiliary input jack. High-line trims add dual USB ports and other features. Smartphone integration features Aha and Pandora, along with STARLINK cloud applications iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Calendar, Music Player, News and Weather.

Apps added for 2018 include:
Magellan NAVI offers advanced cloud-based mapping.
eBird advises of local bird sightings and locations.
Best Parking locates and compares parking rates.
YELP delivers crowd sourced reviews of businesses.
Glympse provides real-time location sharing.
RightTrack monitors driving habits and recommends improvements.
Quick Guide is a digital reference guide for the vehicle.
eventseeker provides information on local events.

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