Subaru has announced a new special edition Outback boasting £1,000 worth of extra equipment and limited to just 200 units.
Based on the Outback 2.5 SE automatic, the new model features an ivory leather interior, rear air-conditioning outlets and MOMO leather steering wheel with inset audio controls.
Available in time for the March ’07 number plate change, the special edition Outback costs the same £24,925 on-the-road as the regular SE automatic and is offered in either Diamond Grey Metallic or Dark Green Mica with Urban Grey bumpers and body cladding.
The Outback crossover all-wheel drive estate was facelifted for 2007 with new front and rear styling and a premium-class interior.
Improved standard equipment includes HID headlamps with pop-out washers, electrically-folding door mirrors, front projector foglamps, six-disc in-dash CD autochanger with MP3 facility, dual-zone climate control and curtain airbags.
The Outback 2.5 SE also has heated front seats, door mirrors and windscreen de-icer, electrically-powered sun-roof, cruise-control and an eight-way electrically-operated driver’s seat.