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2020 Subaru Outback Engine Options: 2.5 or 2.4 XT—Which Engine Is Best?

What we've learned from testing both 2020 Outback engine options

If you're considering a 2020 Subaru Outback, you've probably wondered if the 2.4 XT engine is any good. Now that the Outback's engine upgrade model has seriously improved its fuel economy, the XT could become a viable candidate for an increasing number of buyers. If you're comparing the 2.5 against the 2.4 (XT) engine or just want to know what the base Outback is like to drive, keep reading.

2020 Outback Fuel Economy: Class-Competitive Numbers

For a midsize wagon with SUV pretenses, the 2020 Outback's fuel economy is pretty good. As you compare the Subaru to other SUVs, keep in mind that every Outback has standard AWD. If you stick with the 2.5-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder base engine, that 182-hp powerplant delivers 26/33 mpg city/highway, 1 mpg better than the last-gen model in both city and highway numbers and competitive in its loosely defined segment. If you match the Outback against the best compact SUV around—the Honda CR-V—it's basically a tie. The 2020 CR-V 1.5T delivers 27/32 mpg in AWD form, or an even higher 28/34 mpg if you don't mind sticking with FWD. Against the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe, the Subaru scores a clear win. The Outback's 26/33 mpg rates well against a Santa Fe 2.4 AWD's 21/27 mpg (or 22/29 with FWD). No matter which engine you choose, all 2020 Outbacks run on regular gas.

The real news with the 2020 Outback's engine options is the new-to-Outback 2.4-liter turbo-four. Producing 260 hp, the engine helps the Outback earn 23/30 mpg, way better than the 3.6R six-cylinder of the last-gen model, which was only good for 20/27. Although there are reasons to like Subaru's downsizing move, as you'll see below, the way the engine interacts with the car's standard CVT could still use some refining.

2020 Outback Driving Range: The Real Advantage

Fuel economy isn't much different between the 2020 Outback 2.5 and the 2020 CR-V 1.5T, but driving range sure is. Thanks to the Outback's gigantic 18.5-gallon gas tank, the Subaru trounces the competition. Go with the EPA's driving breakdown of 55 percent city driving and 45 percent highway, and the 2020 Outback 2.5 will go 536 miles before needing a fill-up—that's a more than 100-mile advantage over the 2020 CR-V. The 2020 Santa Fe is closer, with a 451-mile range with an AWD model, but that's only with the more efficient 2.4-liter base engine.

The 2020 Outback's move from the six-cylinder 3.6R model to the turbo-four XT model pays dividends not just with mpgs, but with additional miles between gas station visits. Again, using the 55 percent city/45 percent highway split from the EPA, the 2020 Outback XT will go 74 miles farther on a tank of gas than the 2019 Outback six-cylinder model (for a total of 481 miles).

Where the CR-V may soon beat both Outback engine options is a sub-segment the Toyota RAV4 already dominates: hybrids. There's no Subaru Outback hybrid, but the Toyota RAV4 hybrid is good for 41/38 mpg and a driving range of nearly 600 miles. Expect similar numbers for the upcoming CR-V hybrid.

2020 Outback Acceleration: Improved, But Is It Enough?

Outback drivers don't generally race from stoplight to stoplight, but even SUVs and wagons will eventually need to crest a hill with a full load of people, or pass a big truck on a two-lane road. And that's where the 2020 Outback 2.5 falters. The CVT's fake gear shifts with heavy acceleration can't disguise a 0-60 mph time of 8.7 seconds. Remember that the CR-V matched the Outback's mpgs? It does so with a 7.6-second performance to 60. As for the Outback 2.5, we called it "gutless" at 2020 SUV of the Year testing. Still, for day-to-day driving, the 2020 Outback 2.5 gets the job done. Drivers who can accept that passing other vehicles will take longer should be happy with the 2.5's lower price and higher fuel economy.

Those who want to see what the 260-hp XT engine has to offer will need to stick with the Onyx XT, Limited XT, and Touring XT trims. Although we found the Onyx fun to slide around off-road, the 2.4 powertrain proved underwhelming on the road. To 60 mph, the engine impresses, with a 6.1-second time that easily improves on the 2018 Outback 3.6R's 6.9 seconds. That's not the full story, though. On the road, we called the engine "unrefined," and the power delivery proved uneven. For a few MotorTrend editors, the engine-transmission interaction is rough enough that we'd select the 2.5-liter engine to avoid it.

2020 Outback Handling, Ride, and Transmission

No matter which of the two engine options you pick, the Outback won't handle like a sports car. In the big wagon-SUV's case, spirited driving will be met by a healthy dose of body roll. The Subaru's chief advantage is its superb suspension tuning. Multiple staffers have complimented the comfortable way the Outback rolls down the road, even one with imperfections or railroad tracks. It's a dynamic advantage you won't find on some competitors at any price.

The CVT is another story. Although most of us found it responsive, the transmission's fake upshifts and downshifts aren't for everyone. As we've mentioned, the real disappointment comes with the 2.4 XT/CVT combination. We hope the 2021 Outback XT models sport a recalibrated transmission that's better equipped to responsively handle that powerful turbo-four.

Which 2020 Outback Engine Option Is Best?

There's no unanimous victor here, at least on the MotorTrend staff. Having said that, most of us would probably pick the base 2.5-liter engine. Outback 2.5 models are slow, but it's not a deal-breaking disadvantage. So if you didn't have your heart set on the 2.4 XT-only Onyx model, consider the 2.5-liter models to save a little cash, mpgs, and headache during those times when you need a quick response from a car's engine and transmission.

More on the 2020 Outback:

  • 2020 Subaru Outback 2.5 Limited First Test here
  • 2020 Subaru Outback Pros and Cons Review here
  • Off-Roading the 2020 Subaru Outback: 10 Things to Know


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Subaru Outback Wilderness Fuel Mileage - Bad News For Outdoor Enthusiasts

Going off-road with the all-new 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness trim will cost a lot more to get there. The EPA released the Outback Wilderness fuel economy numbers. The more rugged model with bigger all-terrain tires and raised suspension will be considerably less fuel-efficient than the standard XT trim with the 2.4-liter turbocharged Boxer engine.

The EPA says the new Outback Wilderness gets an estimated 22/26 city/highway mpg and 24 combined mpg. The 2021 Outback XT with the 2.4-liter turbocharged engine gets an EPA estimated 23/30 city/highway mpg and 26 combined mpg. That’s a four mile per gallon difference on the highway and two less combined mpg.

2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness, features, specs, pricing

The 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness has a lot more wind drag, and the bigger wheels, all-terrain tires, and full-size spare all add to the extra weight of the vehicle.

When outdoor enthusiasts load up their new Outback Wilderness with camping gear and put on a rooftop carrier or rooftop tent, the lifted wagon will be even heavier and less fuel-efficient. When you factor in the off-pavement use, the amount of fuel used will be even more.

2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness, features, specs, pricing

Subaru offers the all-new Outback and Wilderness trim for those with active lifestyles who will use the new wagon/SUV for outdoor adventures. The lifted vehicle is built in Lafayette, Indiana, and will only be sold in North America.

Subaru of America and its retailers asked for the more rugged Outback wilderness, and Subaru Corporation delivered. WardsAuto says retailers saw that owners were modifying their vehicles for off-road use and asked the Camden, N.J. automaker to offer a more rugged model from the factory. Subaru Corporation delivered.

Part of the problem was the new Subaru warranty was voided by the aftermarket parts and do-it-yourself Overlanding projects customers were adding themselves to their all-wheel-drive Subaru vehicles. Now, the 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness will have factory-backed modifications that include full warranty coverage and won’t ruin the vehicles’ EyeSight driving assistance technology calibration.

There is a market for the 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness trim. Outdoor enthusiasts and those with active lifestyles will pay more to get further away from civilization.

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Denis Flierl has invested over 30 years in the automotive industry in a consulting role working with every major car brand. He is an accredited member of the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press. Check out Subaru Report where he covers all of the Japanese automaker's models. More stories can be found on the Torque News Subaru page. Follow Denis on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Based on data from 166 vehicles, 3,130 fuel-ups and 996,839 miles of driving, the 2021 Subaru Outback gets a combined Avg MPG of 24.64 with a 0.17 MPG margin of error.

Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 97 outliers (3.01%) removed.

Following shows the average MPG of each of the 166 vehicles in the system.

  • Outback 21

    2021 Subaru Outback Premium 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT Wagon
    Added Apr 2021 • 31 Fuel-ups

    Property of Dadjones

  • 31.0Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Limited XT 2.4L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Aug 2021 • 8 Fuel-ups

    Property of Heather4271

  • 23.8Avg MPG

  • Pops’ Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Touring XT 2.4L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Apr 2021 • 31 Fuel-ups

    Property of Cobophoto

  • 26.7Avg MPG

  • Randy’s Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Premier 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added May 2021 • 29 Fuel-ups

    Property of ammodawg

  • 25.2Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Limited 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Apr 2021 • 20 Fuel-ups

    Property of dawnfossecook

  • 22.9Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Onyx Edition XT 2.4L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Mar 2021 • 21 Fuel-ups

    Property of cjjones231

  • 20.8Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Limited 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added May 2021 • 26 Fuel-ups

    Property of minn-tex

  • 23.8Avg MPG

  • Subaru Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Limited 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT Wagon
    Added Dec 2020 • 41 Fuel-ups

    Property of chuck76011

  • 28.5Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Limited 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Aug 2021 • 8 Fuel-ups

    Property of neubs02

  • 30.1Avg MPG

  • Otto

    2021 Subaru Outback Premium 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT Wagon
    Added Feb 2021 • 65 Fuel-ups

    Property of Zinky

  • 29.3Avg MPG

  • 2021 Subaru Outback Touring XT

    2021 Subaru Outback Touring XT 2.4L H4 GAS Automatic CVT Wagon
    Added May 2021 • 16 Fuel-ups

    Property of gabrown2

  • 17.8Avg MPG

  • The Blue Goose

    2021 Subaru Outback Premium 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT Wagon
    Added Jun 2021 • 19 Fuel-ups

    Property of SpecialForces

  • 28.2Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Premium 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Jul 2021 • 9 Fuel-ups

    Property of stevestuff

  • 29.5Avg MPG

  • 2021 Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Limited 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT Wagon
    Added Feb 2021 • 85 Fuel-ups

    Property of Ahladish

  • 26.2Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Limited 2.5L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Dec 2020 • 25 Fuel-ups

    Property of MaxFactur

  • 25.6Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Onyx Edition XT 2.4L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Aug 2021 • 10 Fuel-ups

    Property of miseryindex1

  • 21.3Avg MPG

  • My Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Touring XT 2.4L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added May 2021 • 24 Fuel-ups

    Property of Flewnvy

  • 25.9Avg MPG

  • 2021 Outback

    2021 Subaru Outback Premium 2.5L H4 GAS
    Added May 2021 • 13 Fuel-ups

    Property of hallux

  • 26.9Avg MPG

  • 2021 Outback XT

    2021 Subaru Outback Touring XT 2.4L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Oct 2020 • 78 Fuel-ups

    Property of hammlm

  • 24.4Avg MPG

  • Onyx XT

    2021 Subaru Outback Onyx Edition XT 2.4L H4 GAS Automatic CVT
    Added Jan 2021 • 41 Fuel-ups

    Property of PilotXT

  • 20.8Avg MPG

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2022 Subaru Outback Showdown - Onyx XT vs. Wilderness - What's the Difference?


To excel in a world that favors crossovers, Subaru's venerable Outback station wagon has thrived by mimicking the trappings of SUV style while continuing to offer the practicality and road manners of a conventional station wagon. Its raised suspension and plastic body cladding scream "active lifestyle" but from behind the wheel it delivers a more carlike feel. Buyers can choose from either a turbocharged or non-turbo four-cylinder engine, both with standard with all-wheel drive. A beefy roof rack offers a handy place for bikes or a kayak without the extra-tall stance of an SUV, which enables easier loading and unloading. The Outback formula has proven so successful over the years that even luxury automakers have given it a try: the Outback's closest rivals include the Audi A4 Allroad and the Volvo V60 Cross Country, both of which start nearly $20,000 higher.

What's New for 2022?

The Outback lineup gains an even more rugged Wilderness model for 2022, which boasts extra ground clearance, an upgraded suspension, Yokohama all-terrain tires, and a host of styling enhancements to help broadcast its brawnier image. The Wilderness model also comes standard with the turbocharged four-cylinder engine, a roof rack capable of supporting up to 700 pounds, and water-repellant interior upholstery.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

We think the Premium model has the best complement of standard and optional features for the price. While it's only available with the standard 182-hp four-cylinder, upgrading to the turbocharged 260-hp engine costs at least $6000. We don't think the turbo's improved acceleration and 800 pounds of extra towing capacity are worth the money. Instead, the Outback Premium comes standard with an 11.6-inch touchscreen, a 4G LTE mobile hotspot, heated front seats, a power-adjustable driver's seat, more USB ports, and options that aren't offered on the base model. Among those, we'd opt for the more affordable package that adds blind-spot monitoring, a hands-free power liftgate, and passive entry with push-button start.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The Outback lineup features a pair of flat-four-cylinder engines: a 182-hp 2.5-liter is standard and a 260-hp turbocharged 2.4-liter is optional. Both mate to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) that mimics an eight-speed gearbox to mitigate annoying engine drone. Of course, all Outbacks have standard all-wheel drive, which is a Subaru staple (except for the rear-drive BRZ sports coupe). The Outback we tested with the standard engine delivered unremarkable acceleration and lazy transmission behavior. While the turbocharged version was considerably quicker, it was plagued by the same recalcitrant transmission. Still, most Outback owners are more concerned with ride quality and the car's ability to handle light off-road driving. With 8.7 inches of ground clearance and all-wheel drive, the wagon is easily able to navigate inclement weather and even muddy, rutted roads; for maximum go-anywhere capability, select the Wilderness model, which boasts 9.5 inches of ground clearance as well as a beefed up suspension, skid plates to protect its underside, and a drive mode selector with Snow and Mud modes. The Outback's suspension provides a docile ride, and its steering is accurate and easy to manage on the highway. However, it lacks any athleticism, which might surprise WRX fans switching to the more practical wagon. The wagon's standard engine also can tow 2700 pounds, while the turbocharged version can pull 3500.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

The EPA estimates the standard Outback will earn 26 mpg in the city and 33 on the highway. The turbocharged version sees a significant dip in efficiency, with ratings of 23 mpg city and 30 highway. In contrast, its Legacy counterpart has thriftier powertrains. Its base engine is expected to earn 27/35 mpg city/highway and the turbocharged option has estimates of 24/32 mpg city/highway. We tested an Outback with each of these engines on our 200-mile real-world highway-fuel-economy route, and they returned an identical 28 mpg. The sedan with the turbocharged four-cylinder got 34 mpg in that same test. For more information about the Outback's fuel economy, visit the EPA's website.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The Outback shares much of its interior with the Legacy, and both have comfortable accommodations and quality materials. While Subaru's cabin design borders on boring, it's functional and has a high seating height. Aside from the base model, every Outback has dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, a power-adjustable driver's seat, and copious USB ports. More upscale features such as a heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats, a power-adjustable front-passenger seat, and heated rear seats are available on fancier trim levels. The Outback also has a spacious back seat that offers an extra 1.4 inches of legroom compared with the previous generation. Its rear cargo area provides 33 cubic feet of space; in our testing, it held 11 carry-on suitcases with the back seat up and 23 bags with it folded flat. The Legacy accepted eight and 22 suitcases, respectively, in the same tests.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Base Outbacks feature two stacked 7.0-inch touchscreens, but all other models have a massive 11.6-inch vertically oriented touchscreen. Along with large touch icons and quick response times, the big screen features a rotary volume and tuning knob as well as some physical buttons for climate settings, which makes them easier to use. While built-in navigation, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and wireless device charging are optional, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration is standard. Buyers who choose the top-tier Limited and Touring trim levels get a 12-speaker, 576-watt Harman/Kardon audio system.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

All Outback models come standard with the company's EyeSight suite of driver-assistance technology. For more information about the Outback's crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

  • Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking
  • Standard adaptive cruise control with lane-keeping assist
  • Available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

Subaru provides a competitive—albeit unremarkable—limited and powertrain warranty. It also doesn't include any complimentary scheduled maintenance.

  • Limited warranty covers 3 years or 36,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers 5 years or 60,000 miles
  • No complimentary scheduled maintenance



2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness
Vehicle Type: front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door wagon

Base/As Tested: $38,120/$39,965
Options: Moonroof, navigation, and reverse automatic braking package, $1845

turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 16-valve flat-4, aluminum block and heads, direct fuel injection
Displacement: 146 in3, 2387 cm3
Power: 260 hp @ 5600 rpm
Torque: 277 lb-ft @ 2000 rpm

continuously variable automatic

Suspension, F/R: struts/multilink
Brakes, F/R: 12.4-in vented disc/11.8-in vented disc
Tires: Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015
225/65R-17 102T M+S

Wheelbase: 108.1 in
Length: 191.3 in
Width: 74.6 in
Height: 66.9 in
Passenger Volume: 103 ft3
Cargo Volume: 33 ft3
Curb Weight: 3973 lb

60 mph: 5.8 sec
1/4-Mile: 14.6 sec @ 96 mph
100 mph: 15.8 sec
Results above omit 1-ft rollout of 0.3 sec.
Rolling Start, 5–60 mph: 6.5 sec
Top Gear, 30–50 mph: 3.5 sec
Top Gear, 50–70 mph: 4.3 sec
Top Speed (gov ltd): 117 mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: 191 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft Skidpad: 0.74 g

Observed: 18 mpg
75-mph Highway Driving: 27 mpg
Highway Range: 490 mi

Combined/City/Highway: 24/22/26 mpg



More Features and Specs

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Xt mpg outback

6,501 Subaru Outbacks have provided 163.6 million miles of real world fuel economy & MPG data.
Click here to view all the Subaru Outbacks currently participating in our fuel tracking program.

  • 2020
  • 25.1Avg MPG
  • 351 Vehicles
  • 14,761 Fuel-ups
  • 4,630,419 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2020 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2019
  • 24.4Avg MPG
  • 289 Vehicles
  • 14,768 Fuel-ups
  • 4,809,150 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2019 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2018
  • 24.5Avg MPG
  • 502 Vehicles
  • 32,649 Fuel-ups
  • 11,006,743 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2018 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2017
  • 24.3Avg MPG
  • 571 Vehicles
  • 47,424 Fuel-ups
  • 15,855,822 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2017 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2016
  • 24.8Avg MPG
  • 545 Vehicles
  • 46,716 Fuel-ups
  • 15,787,673 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2016 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2015
  • 24.7Avg MPG
  • 759 Vehicles
  • 66,873 Fuel-ups
  • 22,883,859 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2015 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2014
  • 24.5Avg MPG
  • 382 Vehicles
  • 33,546 Fuel-ups
  • 11,228,163 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2014 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2013
  • 24.4Avg MPG
  • 481 Vehicles
  • 44,226 Fuel-ups
  • 14,815,893 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2013 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2012
  • 23.9Avg MPG
  • 325 Vehicles
  • 31,210 Fuel-ups
  • 10,360,445 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2012 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2011
  • 24.0Avg MPG
  • 349 Vehicles
  • 38,799 Fuel-ups
  • 12,500,550 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2011 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2010
  • 24.3Avg MPG
  • 211 Vehicles
  • 22,325 Fuel-ups
  • 7,368,307 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2010 Subaru Outbacks
  • 2008
  • 22.0Avg MPG
  • 166 Vehicles
  • 14,876 Fuel-ups
  • 4,050,611 Miles Tracked
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  • 2007
  • 22.7Avg MPG
  • 121 Vehicles
  • 10,134 Fuel-ups
  • 2,781,646 Miles Tracked
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  • 2006
  • 22.0Avg MPG
  • 144 Vehicles
  • 11,830 Fuel-ups
  • 3,198,668 Miles Tracked
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  • 2005
  • 21.1Avg MPG
  • 250 Vehicles
  • 17,522 Fuel-ups
  • 4,662,456 Miles Tracked
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  • 2002
  • 22.1Avg MPG
  • 165 Vehicles
  • 13,910 Fuel-ups
  • 3,679,126 Miles Tracked
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  • 2001
  • 22.0Avg MPG
  • 164 Vehicles
  • 13,481 Fuel-ups
  • 3,546,799 Miles Tracked
  • View All 2001 Subaru Outbacks
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2020 Subaru Outback Onyx Edition XT - POV Driving Impressions

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