Subaru Outback MPG
Taking on the roads of Rockwall, Mesquite, and Garland, TX, is best suited for when you have a spacious, sophisticated, and efficient vehicle at your fingertips. If you’re interested in finding an efficient vehicle to help you navigate the treks, you may want to learn more about the 2022 Subaru Outback MPG.
At Norm Reeves Subaru Superstore Rockwall, our team is here to help you get a stronger sense of the Outback with its engine performance, its efficiency, and even how you can keep your vehicle as efficient as possible!
Subaru Outback Engine Specs & Performance
The Subaru Outback comes outfitted with a 2.5L SUBARU BOXER® 4-cylinder engine. This flat-lying engine features horizontally opposed valves that offer a lower center of gravity and use the torque to generate power to the Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system. This engine is able to generate 182 horsepower and 176 lb-ft of torque.
The Outback also offers a 2.4L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, available on the Onyx Edition XT and higher trims. This engine is capable of producing 260 horsepower and 277 lb-ft of torque.
Both engines come mated to the Lineartronic® CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). This transmission assists the Outback with its efficient performance by executing direct gear transitions and providing smoother acceleration.
Subaru Outback MPG Fuel Efficiency
The Subaru Outback, when equipped with its standard engine, is able to get an EPA-estimated 26 city/33 highway MPG.* When it features its 2.4L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, it gets an EPA-estimated 23 city/30 highway MPG on the Onyx Edition XT trim.* Both engines include an 18.5-gallon fuel tank and they both require unleaded fuel.
Factors That Can Affect Your Subaru Outback MPG
The best way to keep your Subaru Outback performing at its optimal efficiency is by following through on routine maintenance. This is especially true when it comes to the oil change. Oil ensures that your engine parts are lubricated so they can move fluidly.
When you’re due for an oil change, and your parts aren’t being lubricated enough, it can cause your engine to work harder. This requires your engine to burn up more fuel than usual to maintain its normal performance.
Another factor that can affect your Subaru Outback MPG is weight. If you have all the seats filled, or the cargo area packed all the way, it’ll put more weight on your vehicle. Like running on old oil, this can cause your vehicle to use more fuel to keep up with the performance that you’re looking for as you press the accelerator.
Learn Even More About the Subaru Outback Today
At Norm Reeves Subaru Superstore Rockwall, we hope that this guide on the Subaru Outback MPG gave you a sense of how efficient this vehicle is and how it performs. Of course, there’s more to learn beyond its fuel efficiency. You can easily start by checking out our Subaru Outback reviews, or you can learn from experience by taking it out on the road.
When you’re ready, schedule your test drive with the Subaru Outback to see how it performs and handles on the roads of Mesquite, Rockwall, and Garland, Texas!
* EPA-estimated fuel economy. Actual mileage may vary. For Crosstrek Hybrid, EPA-estimated MPG equivalent on a full battery charge. Actual mileage will vary.