When it arrives at dealerships in the fall, Subaru's freshened 2023 Outback will feature an available second engine on some trim levels, a redesigned front fascia and body cladding, and safety improvements.
Subaru on Wednesday revealed the updated midsize crossover at the New York auto show. The Outback is the brand's second-bestselling vehicle in its production-constrained environment, with sales down 21 percent this year through March to 32,972.
The Outback's updated fascia — which goes on all trims except the recently introduced Wilderness model — features a larger grille, redesigned LED lighting and a redesigned bumper cover. Subaru says the wheel arch cladding was also redesigned to improve functionality.