Inside and Out, 2019 Subaru Outback is a Greater Cleveland Orienteer's Dream SUV

If you're familiar with just about everyone's favorite northeast Ohio orienteer, Subaru Outback, then you've probably already seen how it powered into 2019 packing the latest in our automaker's performance, safety, and driver-assist features. But did you also know there's even more going on above the hood as well as in-cabin? You can check it all out firsthand right here in Painesville! But first, Adventure Subaru has the scoop.

For one, 2019 Outback got a long 108.1-inch wheelbase. That means, along with a wide front and rear track, excellent poise and balance, not to mention a solid plant on the roads of Wickliffe and off. On the latter note, it's also got 8.7 inches of ground clearance. That keeps it easy to avoid obstacles both down the highway to Bedford and on the pull-off into the great outdoors. Bring rugged aluminum-alloy wheels into the mix, atop all-season tires, as well as options like LED steering-responsive headlights, fog lights, and a windshield wiper de-icer, and it's plain to see: a new Outback comes ready for anything the twists and turns of Mentor and our Lake Erie weather can throw at it.

Step inside, and you'll find the crossover even more accommodating. There's a power moonroof option for a touch of Mother Nature on agreeable days, and under it, up to 108.1 cubic feet of passenger space -- plenty roomy for the segment. Seating appears in either cloth or leather trim, a comfortable perch for any drive that only a host of luxury options can improve. They range from heated front and rear seats and a heated steering wheel to driver's seating with 10-way power adjustment and dual-zone auto climate management. For storage for the trek, fold the rear seats -- they yield up to 73.3 cubic feet of space.

Eager to learn more about 2019 Subaru Outback? There's plenty more where these aspects came from. Head out to visit us here at 1991 Mentor Ave in Painesville, and we'll introduce you!

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