Drive with Enhanced Peace of Mind in a Subaru Outback

Driving can be hectic between paying attention to your own vehicle, other drivers, pedestrians, animals, and various other objects on the roadway. That is why it is so important that the Subaru Outback was made with several different amazing features that allow you to keep an eye on everything, keeping you safe and in control.

With the help of technological breakthroughs like the EyeSight Driver Assist Technology, you are able to drive more safely than ever. A dual set of cameras attached near the rearview mirror constantly scan the roadway ahead for any possible threats and use this information to provide pre-collision braking and throttle management. This can significantly reduce the risk of an accident and minimizes damage in case of a collision.

The Outback does not just provide monitoring to what is ahead of you, it also gives you a look at what is beside you and behind you. The Blind-Spot Detection and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert use radar sensors to indicate if any objects are located in your blind spot through the use of auditory and visual indicators.

Take advantage of the rear-vision camera and Reverse Automatic Braking System for more confidence when reversing. A live video feed with projected guidelines is broadcasted to your center touchscreen display so that you always know where the back of your vehicle is and where it is headed. If at any point you happen to get a little too close to an object while reversing, the automatic braking will kick in and help you avoid a potentially nasty accident.

Do yourself and your passengers a favor by getting the vehicle that delivers unprecedented safety and security! With the help of our staff at your Muller Subaru, you can be driving your dream Outback in no time.

 

Visit your local Muller Subaru dealership in Highland Park, IL to check out our extensive inventory of the Subaru Outback or call 888-471-5314 to learn more.

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