Long the preferred choice of vehicle for families who live for the outdoors, the new Outback offers better ground clearance, more room than most five-passenger SUVs, and enhanced safety features all coupled with a renowned all-wheel-drive system. Noticeably beefier than its predecessor, the Outback continues to deliver excellent visibility and, ideal for families with young children, a conveniently low step-in height. The new Starlink infotainment setup and EyeSight suite of safety features including lane-keeping assist and an array of sensors that alert to everything from blind spots to lane departure. Added to that is an EPA fuel rating that, at 25 city/33 highway, is a segment leader. Starting at $25,845 (an increase of only $50), the Outback, like all Subaru models, offers big bang for relatively low buck.