The 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness is an Off-Roader Wagon

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2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness review! The 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness is a cool off-roader wagon, with some big upgrades over the regular Outback. Today I’m reviewing the Outback Wilderness, and I’ll show you all the quirks and features of the Outback Wilderness. I’m also going to drive the 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness and show you what it’s like behind the wheel.



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  1. I’d take a Subaru over most of the other vehicles you mentioned when it comes to off-roading versatility and range. Their all-wheel technology is unsurpassed.

    1. If you wanna build a rock crawler Subaru isn’t for you, also doesn’t help that the approach angles are terrible. But what subarus are good for is driving on any terrain. If you have the clearance it’s not gonna get stuck

  2. If you live in Eastern Europe, the Outback is known as a “contrabandist’s car” because the people who smuggle alcohol and cigarettes from Russia and Belarus very often will use Subaru Outbacks as these cars don’t really need a road in order to go fast and so the police will not catch them 😀

    1. @Railfanatic From what I’ve heard about Russian roads outside cities, it does seem designed for them. I’ve been on roads like that here in the USA– lots of large potholes and little to no pavement. (Or, at least, that’s how I picture the roads over there.) I have an early childhood memory of my mom driving my brother and I along an unmaintained road in Florida because she wanted to take us to see an actual lighthouse.

    2. I know, i own one, really nice and in Easter Europe there are alot of dirt/gravel roads and outback is great at them, whatever the season it will drive like normal.

  3. We’re now on our 4th Outback in a row – love ’em. Early 2016 (2.5 Limited), late 2017 (3.6r Limited), 2020 (Limited XT), and last night acquired a 2022 Geyser Blue Wilderness. Fantastic vehicles with incredible residual values! Oh, um, Doug? It’s copper accents, not gold. 🙂

  4. I bought an Outback Wilderness last week. The power and handling from this lifted wagon is surprisingly fun! As someone who has only had normal cars with adequate power, the turbo in the outback is exhilarating to me!

  5. Living in the part of California where it snows at least a foot of snow every year, I predict I’ll see more than a couple of these pop up in my “neighborhood.” When your driveway is dirt or gravel at a 12% grade, but you want to travel the other 99% of your commute in comfort, a vehicle like this is exactly what you want.

    1. I can’t get over how horrifically ugly the cladding and vertical wheel arches are on this car. And it’s standing on its tippy toes. Ruined a perfect fine looking car

    2. ah yes driveways. Recently watched a bmw x5 and a jeep cherokee spinning out going out a steep driveway, and my little cheap legacy just putts right up… All vics M+S tires too. Something unique about them

    3. Lol. This is exactly why I am buying the wilderness. Driveway is gravel 15% grade 1/4 mile long and when it snows hopefully it will take me all the way up.

    1. The plastic cladding is pretty functional if you use the car for it’s intended purpose (putting around on forest roads). My old suv got hella scratched up along the wheel arches from driving in brush.

    2. Why would need high end off road gear if it will get banged up by gravel and rocks. Better have durable plastic caps everywhere absorb the damage.

  6. man, if I was in the market for an outback, i would 100% consider this trim in a dark color. Like the work trim of pickup trucks, something nice about bumpers that can actually bump stuff and not worry about paint.

  7. finally an auto manufacturer gets it right and offers smaller wheels on the “off road” model. the trd rav4 and the defender both give you way too big of wheels for being an off road model.

    1. @xpeed718 Okay, just making sure. Those rims on the Limited are a fucking joke. Yes, I wouldn’t want you waste your money on the Limited either.

    2. @NobleOmnicide I’m not defending it, just pointing out the facts on why it has 20″ wheels with low profile tires. The Limited and the new TRD Sport are the only trims that has the X-REAS suspension, which is to help increase on-road comfort and handling. I’m sure you know know that the Limited is considered the high end “luxury” trim for Toyota models. The Limited only makes up a fraction of 4Runner sales though. If I was getting a 4Runner, I wouldn’t waste my money on the Limited, rather go with the TRD Pro for the same cost.

    3. @NobleOmnicide you think people buy SUVs ONLY for offroading?

      Toyota knows what their customers will buy and they make that, regardless of it being idiotic.

      Even Nissan knows that, why else would Nissan make an Infiniti QX80? ……which is just a more luxurious, but less capable offroad, Nissan Patrol.

    4. @xpeed718 You’re not actually defending the large-rim lower-profile tires on the 4Runner Limited, are you?

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