The Outback 2.5i Sport has cleverly combined urban comfort with off-road capability, perfect for navigating New Zealand's natural playground. The Subaru Outback 2.5i Sport is still right at home in New Zealand. With 213mm ground clearance, legendary Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and Linartronic™ SLT with manual mode transmission, the drive is just as good as the destination. With EyeSight® clever crash avoidance technology as standard across the range, along with seven airbags and a 5-Star ANCAP safety rating, The Outback 2.5i Sport has safety covered. Exterior 213mm ground clearance 18" alloy wheels Dusk sensing headlights Front fog lights Daytime running lights Roof rails with integrated cross bars Full size spare alloy wheel Rain sensing front windscreen wipers Interior Air-conditioning - dual zone climate control & rear vents Seat trim cloth Steering wheel controls Leather steering wheel Electronic parking brake Rear view reverse camera EyeSight® Clever Crash Avoidance Technology Dual X-Mode with hill descent control Entertainment Integrated infotainment system featuring: Single CD Player MP3/WMA/iPod compatible 6 speakers Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ 6.5" touch screen Bluetooth® wireless technology
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Vehicle Fuel Economy Labelling
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This vehicle has a Fuel Economy Star Rating of 5.0 out of 6. It consumes 5.8 litres per 100km travelled. The Estimated Annual Cost of running this vehicle is $1,620. (Cost per year based on price per litre of petrol $2.00 and an average distance of 14000 km).
Disclaimer: The Fuel Saver Information displayed here is provided for comparative purposes. Your actual cost per year and fuel consumption will vary from that shown, depending on factors such as vehicle condition and any vehicle modifications, driving style, traffic conditions, distance travelled and fuel price variations. You should not expect to meet exactly what this information says. Visit www.fuelsaver.govt.nz to find out more about this information and fuel saver labels, and how to improve fuel economy.