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Subaru Outback Towing Specifics
The Subaru Outback was first introduced in 2010 by the Japanese manufacturer as a mini MPV, with decent towing capabilities. We will cover the towing specifics of this model below.
Subaru Outback Towbar Electrics Kits
It is recommended that all tow bars fitted to a Subaru Outback vehicle are done so with a dedicated electrics kit, rather than a universal electrics kit. A dedicated electrics kit not only ensures all modern features such as; trailer stability and parking sensors are functional, but also helps to keep your vehicle's warranty unaffected.
We offer both universal and dedicated electrics kits for the Subaru Outback vehicle towbars, but be aware that universal electrics kits can invalidate any manufacturer warranty your vehicle has and may also require a bypass relay.
Check your Subaru warranty for more information.
All tow bars for the Subaru Outback models will not require a bypass relay, if universal electrics are fitted.
A bypass relay works by powering what it is you are towing through transferring power straight from the battery instead of taking too much current away from your vehicle.
Whereas a dedicated system works in harmony with your vehicle's ECU and all of its functions.
This is the coding of the ECU to accept the dedicated system, this updates your vehicles software to run smoothly with the new towbar.
All Subaru Outback models will not require coding.
Coding is used to update your vehicles software in order for it to run coherently with the new towbar through the dedicated electrics.
Depending on the towbar, Subaru Outback models will require a bumper cut. A bumper cut is when a fraction of the vehicle's rear bumper is cut in order to fit the towbar.
All Subaru Outback models have towbars that require non visible and no bumper cuts.
Nose weight is the amount of weight pushing down on the tow ball, it is important not to exceed the nose weight set on the tow bar, failure to do so could damage the car chassis and/or tow bar mounting points. Nose weight varies depending on the towbar you choose and are displayed under each tow bar below.
All Subaru Outback models have a nose weight of 50kg up to 55kg.
Towing weight is the weight that a Subaru Outback vehicle can tow safely, without any risk of damaging the vehicle. Towing weights are bar specific and displayed below each towbar.
For all Subaru Outback vehicles, the towbars have a towing weight capacity of 580kg up to 900kg.
You will need to check the towing limit for your Subaru Outback vehicle model as it may not be able to tow up to the weight limit that the tow bar can tow.
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