Subaru's rugged Outback for 2014

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Subaru has responded to customer demand for a tougher looking Outback model with its 2014 model year upgrade.

A raft of new or revised features are introduced for the updated model and include: roof rails with integrated cross bars, protective cladding for the side sills, wheel arch extensions, underbody protection, front mud flaps, a dark grey radiator grille, grey alloy wheels and headlights with a black background.

Subaru claims that the new features add $2500 worth of value, but the price of the updated Outback has risen by just $500. Buyers can opt to order the Outback without the wheel arch extensions, underbody protection and the front mud flaps.

"We've had a lot of customer feedback suggesting owners would like a slightly tougher-looking Outback with greater body protection, which is especially useful on rural roads where this wagon rates highly," said Nick Senior, MD of Subaru Australia.

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"These MY14 upgrades deliver on both fronts and will help maintain Outback's profile as one of the most versatile and capable wagons on Australian roads.

"The introduction of the diesel auto variant earlier this year combined with these latest changes highlights our long-term commitment to refining and enhancing our cars with the passing of each model year, in line with our All 4 the Driver customer promise."

Subaru Outback 2014 pricing
2.5i CVT auto - $38,990
2.5i CVT auto option pack - $40,490
2.5i Premium CVT auto - $43,490
2.0D manual - $40,490
2.0D CVT auto - $42,990
2.0D Premium manual - $43,490
2.0D Premium CVT auto - $45,990
3.6R Premium auto - $57,990

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Article and images from www.carsales.com.au