Subaru Outback Lease

A crossover estate that does it all, no matter the terrain, the Subaru Outback is the perfect contract hire vehicle for the adventurous driver in all of us. Combining spacious modifications with practicality and Subaru’s rallying refinement, the Outback will get you where you need to be year on year, no questions asked. Check out our Subaru lease deals including this wonderful model below.

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Subaru Outback SE Premium

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From £398.51 Per Month

Initial Rental: £4,782.12 inc VAT
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Subaru Outback SE

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From £414.36 Per Month

Initial Rental: £4,972.32 inc VAT
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Leasing a Subaru Outback

Background to the Subaru Outback

The Subaru Outback is currently in its sixth generation, with the first being released in 1994. With the Outback, Subaru has designed a vehicle you can believe in. They’ve filled its bulky 5-door frame with a huge array of safety features, as well as some of their patented engineering to ensure each Outback is both safe and riveting to drive. Perfect for families or young adventurers, the Outback is a no-nonsense vehicle well-placed to tackle the unknown.

Subaru Outback Engines and Performance

The Subaru Outback has a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol Boxer engine. In addition to this, Subaru’s famous Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system is included as standard, making the Outback perfectly suited for all-terrain driving thanks to a 200mm ground clearance and a low centre of gravity. To further support off-road driving, it also includes X-MODE performance features with Hill Control, designed to assist you when driving in extreme conditions.

Subaru Outback Trim Levels

There are seven Outback trims available. After the entry-level trim, the Premium is a slight upgrade, adding essential Starlink infotainment features which are detailed below. The Outback Limited includes keyless entry, leather upholstery for the front and rear seats and a premium audio system. The Outback Touring trim goes a step further with a ‘moonroof’ and a heated steering wheel. Outbacks are also available in XT trims of some of these options, which include a superior direct-injection turbocharged engine.

Subaru Outback Safety and Infotainment Features

Subaru’s EyeSight Driver Assist technologies come implemented into each Subaru Outback as standard, including adaptive cruise control, pre-collision braking and Subaru’s Rear Vehicle Detection. If you opt for trims at Premium or above, then you’ll also have access to Starlink, Subaru’s premier infotainment system with a touchscreen display, audio controls, smartphone integration, Bluetooth, a built-in navigation system and more.

Subaru Outback Servicing and Warranty

A Subaru Outback car lease will be covered by Subaru Warranties. Subaru’s warranty ensures that the vehicle will be covered for a minimum of 36 months, whilst their Subaru Servicing exists to connect you with professional mechanics at regular intervals, keeping your Outback on the road.

Related Models from other Manufacturers

Instead of a new Subaru Outback, consider a vehicle that’s more like an SUV with an Audi Q3 Estate lease. Or, if you’re looking for a vehicle better suited for a business lease, consider these BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer lease deals.


Finding a Subaru Outback Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher

LeaseFetcher collects new vehicle car leasing deals from approved leasing providers, allowing you to compare prices between each of them. We’ll help you sort through deals from Financial Conduct Authority-approved BVRLA brokers, whether you’re deciding between a Subaru lease on the BRZ, Forester or Impreza. With LeaseFetcher, you can find the best special offers available on new cars right now, before navigating directly to a provider’s website to secure your deal with them, or request a call back from a broker to discuss your needs further.


Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to lease a Subaru Outback?

The monthly payment amount for a Subaru Outback Estate lease deal depends on a number of different factors like trim level, engine size and your mileage. To get the best deal available right now, make sure to search for Outback deals through LeaseFetcher. Road tax is also included.

Is it better to buy or lease a Subaru Outback?

Contract hire options can be preferable for those who like to upgrade their vehicle regularly. Once a lease end has been reached, leasing means you’re able to easily lease a new car, without having to worry about what happens to your old one.

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