Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Vehicle capacity weight


The load capacity of your vehicle is determined by weight, not by available cargo


The load capacity of your vehicle is determined by weight, not by available cargo space. The maximum load you can carry in your vehicle is shown on the vehicle placard attached to the driver’s side door pillar. It includes the total weight of the driver and all passengers and their belongings, any optional equipment such as a trailer hitch, roof rack or bike carrier, etc., and the tongue load of a trailer.

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 GVWR and GAWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating and Gross Axle Weight Rating)

Certification label The certification label attached to the driver’s side door shows GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) and GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating). The GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) must

 Roof rails with integrated crossbars (Outback)

1) Integrated crossbars CAUTION ● For cargo carrying purposes, the bars must be used as crossbars and be used together with the genuine SUBARU carrying attachment. The bars must never be u

 Installing carrying attachments on the crossbars

When installing any carrying attachment such as a bike carrier, ski carrier, kayak carrier, cargo basket, etc. on the crossbars, follow the manufacturer’s instructions and make sure that the att

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 Where to place a child restraint system

The following descriptions are SUBARU’s recommendations on where to place a child restraint system in your vehicle. A: Front passenger’s seat You should not install a child restraint system (including a booster seat) due to the hazard to children posed by the passenger’s airbag. B: Re

 Help line

The help line (distance marker and vehicle width line) is a guide to help you realize the actual distance from the screen. Help lines displayed on the navigation monitor Help lines displayed on the inside mirror 1) Vehicle width line (oblique vertical line) 2) Approx. 10 feet (3 m) from th

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