Subaru Outback (2013)

 
   
CARBARN | Subaru Outback (2013) | The standard audio system in the Subaru Outback 2.5i models are updated for 2013. New features include Bluetooth handsfree and audio streaming capabilities, iPod ® control capability and a USB port. The system consists of an AM / FM stereo, single disc CD player, Radio Data Broadcast System (RBDS), 3.5 mm Aux. Input jack and 4 speakers. The top-level Outback Limited models exclusively offer an optional navigation system with a new premium audio. Inside, the Subaru Outback offers standard front side of the pelvis / torso airbags and side curtain airbags, front and rear outboard seating offer coverage.


Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) combines stability and traction control works, and traction control system works to the symmetrical all-wheel drive to expand functionality. The 4-wheel disc anti-lock braking system (ABS) integrates electronic brake-force distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist safety system that automatically applies maximum braking pressure during emergency braking. The electronic hill holder system keeps the vehicle in place to pull up the driver releases the accelerator pedal away from a stop.  The Subaru Outback is smart-sized compared to other 2-row crossover vehicles, with a middle-class interior in an easy-to-maneuver and off-road capable vehicles.


The 2013 Subaru Outback (and Legacy) Subaru models integrated debut of the new EyeSight ™ driver-assist system, adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking and vehicle systems, lane departure warning. The system processes EyeSight stereo images, the preceding vehicles and obstacles, lanes, and other items to be identified. Mph at a relative speed of more than about 19, her eyesight on the brakes when an object is detected, and will try to brake when the driver takes no evasive action or brake not relieve appropriate help accident damage.


Intended for highway use, the vision adaptive cruise control system to a safe distance from the vehicle in front brakes and / or accelerate the car as necessary, to the desired speed selected by the driver and keep path. Adaptive cruise control is in operation 1-87 miles per hour and can complete the vehicle brakes to a stop when the system "locks on" to a vehicle ahead.

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