Subaru Australia has announced availability of its new EyeSight safety system to the high-riding 2012 Outback. The entry-level Outback 2.5i variant also gains a reversing camera and satnav in its standard kit.
The 2.5i also picks up USB connectivity, and all models now get a full-size spare wheel, replacing the previous temporary spare.
Subaru says the addition of the camera and satellite navigation gives the Outback 2.5i an extra $2500 in value, and its price has fallen by $1000 to $37,490 (plus on-roads).
The brand's new EyeSight preventative safety camera system joins the top-shelf Outback 3.6R Premium as standard equipment, bringing Subaru further into the advanced safety game.
Features included with the camera-based EyeSight system include pre-crash braking and brake assist, progressive start control, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, vehicle sway warning and progresive motion monitor.
- Outback 2.5i manual - $37,490
- Outback 2.5i Lineartronic CVT automatic - $39,490
- Outback 2.0D manual - $40,990
- Outback 2.0D Premium manual - $46,990
- Outback 2.5i Premium manual - $42,990
- Outback 2.5i Premium Lineartronic CVT automatic - $44,990
- Outback 3.6R Premium automatic - $57,490