The Subaru Outback formula has proven so successful over the years that even luxury automakers have given it a try.

The Subaru Outback Hybrid's closest rivals include the Audi A4 Allroad and the Volvo V60 Cross Country, both of which start nearly $20,000 higher.

The Subaru Outback lineup gains an even more rugged Wilderness model for 2022, which boasts extra ground clearance and an upgraded suspension.

The Subaru Outback 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.

While subaru outback 2022's only available with the standard 182-hp four-cylinder, upgrading to the turbocharged 260-hp engine costs at least $6000.

Subaru Outback Towing Capacity The standard tow capacity of Subaru Outback is 2,700 lbs, while models like the Outback XT increase the towing capacity to a maximum of 3,500 lbs when properly equipped.

Subaru Outback Price The starting price of outback is $28000 and it increases to $42k when comes to Subaru Outback Wilderness.

Subaru Outback MPG The EPA estimates the standard Outback will earn 26 mpg in the city and 33 on the highway.

Its base engine is expected to earn 27/35 mpg city/highway and the turbocharged option has estimates of 24/32 mpg city/highway.

Subaru Outback Interior 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.

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.