Subaru Outback Limited


Subaru Outback Premium

For Mandan drivers looking for a vehicle that's rugged yet comfortable, the 2020 Subaru Outback is a versatile choice that stands up to years on the Bismarck roads. Every Outback model includes standard Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, a redesigned interior for the most comfortable Outback yet, and a Subaru Boxer® 4-cylinder engine. With all these standard features throughout the Subaru Outback line, what's the difference between the Premium and Limited models? Kramer Subaru compares them for you.

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2020 Subaru Outback Premium vs. Limited

The Outback Premium is one model above the base model of the Outback, and one level below the Limited. Naturally, the Outback Premium is going to have a lower price. It starts at $28,895 MSRP, while the Limited has more features and a starting MSRP of $33,445. 

Interior Features: Subaru Outback Premium vs. Limited

Both the Subaru Outback Premium and Limited underwent interior redesigns for 2020. They now include a 11.6-inch tablet-style interface for the infotainment system, Subaru Eyesight system, and heated seats. Interior features that separate the Limited from the Premium include leather-trimmed upholstery, heated rear outboard seats, and an available power moonroof. The Limited has power-adjustable front seats, while the Premium has this feature on the driver's seat. 

Exterior Features: Subaru Outback Limited vs. Premium

While the exterior redesign on the Subaru Outback wasn't as extensive as the interior redesign, there are still some noteworthy changes. The grille is now trimmed in black, there's a subtle sharpness to the shape of the headlights and blinkers, and a new plastic bumper. Here's how the Limited and Premium compare on exterior features:

  • Wheels
    • Outback Limited: 18 x 7.0-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, black with machine finish
    • Outback Premium: 17 x 7.0-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, black with machine finish
  • Headlights
    • Limited: LED Steering Responsive Headlights
    • Premium: LED headlights
  • Hands-Free Power Rear Gate
    • Limited: standard
    • Premium: available

Other Subaru Outback Configurations 

  • Base model - $26,645 MSRP 
  • Touring - $37,345 MSRP
    • Sliding moonroof
    • STARLINK® 11.6-inch Multimedia Navigation
    • DriverFocus™ Distraction Mitigation System
  • Onyx Edition XT - $34,895 MSRP
    • Turbocharged engine
    • Six-speaker audio
    • Power moonroof available

Compare in Person at Kramer Subaru

After comparing the Subaru Limited vs Premium and the Subaru Outback vs. Toyota Highlander. Seeing is believing, so make the trip from Dickinson to Mandan and test drive the redesigned 2020 Subaru Outback at Kramer Subaru. 

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