Subaru Outback Curb Weight in Easy-to-Read Graphs

Average weight of Subaru Outback

Quick notes on Subaru Outback weight

    • Average weight for generation: 1705 kg (3760 lbs)
    • Difference from world average: 222 kg or 490 lbs heavier
    • Difference from world's heaviest: 2739 kg or 6040 lbs lighter
    • Load to one wheel: 426 kg (940 lbs)
    • Maximum allowable weight: 2080 kg (4586 lbs)
    • Weight to torque ratio: 6 kg per 1 Nm
    • Weight to length ratio: 2.8 mm per 1 kg
    • Engine capacity to weight: 1.4 cc per 1 kg
    • Pounds per 1 kW: 23 lbs/kW
    • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

2020 Subaru Outback VI curb weight

  • XT 2.4Turbo —1761 kg (3883 lbs)
  • 2.5 —1648 kg (3634 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • XT 2.4Turbo —68 kg/mpg (150 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.5 —57 kg/mpg (126 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • XT 2.4Turbo is 18.7% heavier tran average
  • 2.5 is 11.1% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    XT 2.4Turbo 1761 kg /
    3883 lbs
    1336 kg (2946 lbs) heavier 7 kg to 1 hp - 196 kg/L
    (432 lbs/L)
    2.5 1648 kg /
    3634 lbs
    1223 kg (2697 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp - 203 kg/L
    (448 lbs/L)
    Vehicle XT 2.4Turbo
    Curb weight 1761 kg /
    3883 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1336 kg (1336 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 7 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 196 kg/L
    (432 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5
    Curb weight 1648 kg /
    3634 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1223 kg (1223 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 203 kg/L
    (448 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Subaru Outback weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1679 kg (3702 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 196 kg or 432 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2734 kg or 6029 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 420 kg (926 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 2054 kg (4529 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 6 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 2.9 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.5 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 23 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    2018 Subaru Outback V (facelift ) curb weight

  • 2.5i —1592 kg (3510 lbs)
  • R 3.6 —1766 kg (3894 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.5i —50 kg/mpg (110 lbs/mpg)
  • R 3.6 —98 kg/mpg (216 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.5i is 7.3% heavier tran average
  • R 3.6 is 19.1% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.5i 1592 kg /
    3510 lbs
    1167 kg (2573 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 164 kg/s (362 lbs/s) 218 kg/L
    (481 lbs/L)
    R 3.6 1766 kg /
    3894 lbs
    1341 kg (2957 lbs) heavier 7 kg to 1 hp - 138 kg/L
    (304 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5i
    Curb weight 1592 kg /
    3510 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1167 kg (1167 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 164 kg/s (362 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 218 kg/L
    (481 lbs/L)
    Vehicle R 3.6
    Curb weight 1766 kg /
    3894 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1341 kg (1341 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 7 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 138 kg/L
    (304 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Subaru Outback weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1552 kg (3422 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 69 kg or 152 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2929 kg or 6459 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 388 kg (856 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1927 kg (4249 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 5 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 3.1 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.4 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 29 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 8 / 10

    2013 Subaru Outback IV (facelift ) curb weight

  • 2.0d —1571 kg (3464 lbs)
  • 2.5i —1533 kg (3380 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.0d —39 kg/mpg (86 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.5i —49 kg/mpg (108 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.0d is 5.9% heavier tran average
  • 2.5i is 3.4% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.0d 1571 kg /
    3464 lbs
    1146 kg (2527 lbs) heavier 10 kg to 1 hp 171 kg/s (377 lbs/s) 266 kg/L
    (587 lbs/L)
    2.5i 1533 kg /
    3380 lbs
    1108 kg (2443 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 163 kg/s (359 lbs/s) 202 kg/L
    (445 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.0d
    Curb weight 1571 kg /
    3464 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1146 kg (1146 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 10 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 171 kg/s (377 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 266 kg/L
    (587 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5i
    Curb weight 1533 kg /
    3380 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1108 kg (1108 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 163 kg/s (359 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 202 kg/L
    (445 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Subaru Outback weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1608 kg (3546 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 125 kg or 276 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2892 kg or 6377 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 402 kg (887 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1908 kg (4207 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 3 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.5 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 28 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    2010 Subaru Outback IV curb weight

  • 2.5i —1608 kg (3546 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.5i —64 kg/mpg (141 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.5i is 8.4% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.5i 1608 kg /
    3546 lbs
    1183 kg (2609 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 173 kg/s (381 lbs/s) 173 kg/L
    (381 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5i
    Curb weight 1608 kg /
    3546 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1183 kg (1183 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 173 kg/s (381 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 173 kg/L
    (381 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Subaru Outback weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1497 kg (3301 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 14 kg or 31 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2950 kg or 6505 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 374 kg (825 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1872 kg (4128 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 6 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 3.2 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.7 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 22 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 8 / 10

    2005 Subaru Outback III (BL,BP) curb weight

  • 2.5 T AWD —1550 kg (3418 lbs)
  • 2.5i 4WD —1430 kg (3153 lbs)
  • 2.5i Automatic 4WD —1485 kg (3274 lbs)
  • 2.5i MT 4WD —1475 kg (3252 lbs)
  • 3.0R 4WD —1545 kg (3407 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.5i Automatic 4WD —55 kg/mpg (121 lbs/mpg)
  • 2.5i MT 4WD —55 kg/mpg (121 lbs/mpg)
  • 3.0R 4WD —64 kg/mpg (141 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.5 T AWD is 4.5% heavier tran average
  • 2.5i 4WD is 3.6% lighter than average
  • 2.5i Automatic 4WD is 0.1% heavier tran average
  • 2.5i MT 4WD is 0.5% lighter than average
  • 3.0R 4WD is 4.2% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.5 T AWD 1550 kg /
    3418 lbs
    1125 kg (2481 lbs) heavier 6 kg to 1 hp - -
    2.5i 4WD 1430 kg /
    3153 lbs
    1005 kg (2216 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 154 kg/s (340 lbs/s) -
    2.5i Automatic 4WD 1485 kg /
    3274 lbs
    1060 kg (2337 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 143 kg/s (315 lbs/s) 171 kg/L
    (377 lbs/L)
    2.5i MT 4WD 1475 kg /
    3252 lbs
    1050 kg (2315 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 159 kg/s (351 lbs/s) 172 kg/L
    (379 lbs/L)
    3.0R 4WD 1545 kg /
    3407 lbs
    1120 kg (2470 lbs) heavier 6 kg to 1 hp 191 kg/s (421 lbs/s) 158 kg/L
    (348 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5 T AWD
    Curb weight 1550 kg /
    3418 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1125 kg (1125 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 6 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.5i 4WD
    Curb weight 1430 kg /
    3153 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1005 kg (1005 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 154 kg/s (340 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio -
    Vehicle 2.5i Automatic 4WD
    Curb weight 1485 kg /
    3274 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1060 kg (1060 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 143 kg/s (315 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 171 kg/L
    (377 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5i MT 4WD
    Curb weight 1475 kg /
    3252 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1050 kg (1050 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 159 kg/s (351 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 172 kg/L
    (379 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 3.0R 4WD
    Curb weight 1545 kg /
    3407 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1120 kg (1120 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 6 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 191 kg/s (421 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 158 kg/L
    (348 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Subaru Outback weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1545 kg (3407 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 62 kg or 137 lbs heavier
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 2890 kg or 6373 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 386 kg (852 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1920 kg (4234 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 3.1 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.8 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 25 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 10 / 10

    2000 Subaru Outback II (BE,BH) curb weight

  • 2.5 i 4WD —1480 kg (3263 lbs)
  • 3.0 i 4WD —1610 kg (3550 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.5 i 4WD —57 kg/mpg (126 lbs/mpg)
  • 3.0 i 4WD —67 kg/mpg (148 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.5 i 4WD is 0.2% lighter than average
  • 3.0 i 4WD is 8.6% heavier tran average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.5 i 4WD 1480 kg /
    3263 lbs
    1055 kg (2326 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp 164 kg/s (362 lbs/s) 164 kg/L
    (362 lbs/L)
    3.0 i 4WD 1610 kg /
    3550 lbs
    1185 kg (2613 lbs) heavier 8 kg to 1 hp 189 kg/s (417 lbs/s) 163 kg/L
    (359 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5 i 4WD
    Curb weight 1480 kg /
    3263 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1055 kg (1055 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 164 kg/s (362 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 164 kg/L
    (362 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 3.0 i 4WD
    Curb weight 1610 kg /
    3550 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1185 kg (1185 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 8 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio 189 kg/s (417 lbs/s)
    Consumption ratio 163 kg/L
    (359 lbs/L)

    Quick notes on Subaru Outback weight

      • Average weight for generation: 1480 kg (3263 lbs)
      • Difference from world average: 3 kg or 7 lbs lighter
      • Difference from world's heaviest: 3020 kg or 6660 lbs lighter
      • Load to one wheel: 370 kg (816 lbs)
      • Maximum allowable weight: 1855 kg (4090 lbs)
      • Weight to torque ratio: 7 kg per 1 Nm
      • Weight to length ratio: 3.2 mm per 1 kg
      • Engine capacity to weight: 1.7 cc per 1 kg
      • Pounds per 1 kW: 27 lbs/kW
      • Weightly rating: 8 / 10

    1995 Subaru Outback I curb weight

  • 2.5i 4WD —1480 kg (3263 lbs)

    Weight to consumption ratio

  • 2.5i 4WD —70 kg/mpg (154 lbs/mpg)

    Difference from world average weight

  • 2.5i 4WD is 0.2% lighter than average
  • Vehicle Curb weight Difference from world's smallest Weight to power ratio 0—60 mph acceleration ratio Consumption ratio
    2.5i 4WD 1480 kg /
    3263 lbs
    1055 kg (2326 lbs) heavier 9 kg to 1 hp - 135 kg/L
    (298 lbs/L)
    Vehicle 2.5i 4WD
    Curb weight 1480 kg /
    3263 lbs
    Difference from world's smallest 1055 kg (1055 lbs) heavier
    Weight to power ratio 9 kg to 1 hp
    0—60 mph acceleration ratio -
    Consumption ratio 135 kg/L
    (298 lbs/L)