How much weight can a 2014 Subaru Outback limited pull?

Asked by May 28, 2016 at 12:17 PM about the 2014 Subaru Outback

Question type: Car Customization

How much weight can a 2014 Subaru
outback limited edition pull? What does
one need to do to install trailor hitch?

4 Answers

254,045

Maximum towing capacity is 2700 lbs, as found in the owners manual. Go here for a hitch.....www.etrailer.com

21,665

That is correct, and the 3.6 H6 engine can pull an additional 300 pounds for a total of 3,000.

21,665

Even with light towing, it's a good idea and recommended by Subaru to have your CVT transmission serviced at OEM intervals. I strongly suggest you have this done at your Subaru dealership just in case you have a problem under warranty. Have you noticed any oil burning issues with your 2014? It has the newer FB Series engine and the 0-20 viscosity oil? I presume that you purchased your car new?

21,665

Oh, maybe you have the Six cylinder engine??

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