Multimedia & Electronics
With premium audio, satellite radio, GPS and other interactive features, Subaru keeps you connected with multimedia devices for the modern adventurer.
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Staying safe on the road means keeping your hands on the wheel. That's why Subaru offers Bluetooth® hands-free technology to manage phone and audio system. Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones link directly through the Subaru audio system.
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Models with Bluetooth give you hands-free control to make and take calls through the vehicle's audio system.
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Some models also allow you to control streaming audio from internet radio or MP3 players, directed by voice-activated commands through your Bluetooth system.
Models without Bluetooth have the option of BlueConnect®. The same voice-activated controls, supporting English, North American Spanish and Canadian French languages.
Find all your destinations easily with Subaru's available navigation systems. Easy touch-screen or voice-activated controls let you set a location, find a point of interest or change course within seconds. Select models also offer traffic information, and an eco-route feature that will plot the most fuel-efficient path to your destination.
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Subaru takes a look into the future with EyeSight. Two cameras are mounted by the rearview mirror to monitor traffic and react to conditions even before you do. Basically, EyeSight sees the problem and initiates action to help avoid the trouble. EyeSight will also sound an alert and flash a visual warning if there's danger of a collision and will apply the brakes automatically if you don't. It can also optimize cruise control and warn drivers when they're swaying outside their lane.
Available on: 2013 Legacy and Outback Limited models only.
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Music, Movies & Internet
Wherever you go, you'll want to bring all the comforts of your modern home, from music playlists to online and digital entertainment.
USB & iPod Interface
Control your music device through the Subaru Media Hub or iPod® interface, located in the center console to keep it all contained. Toggle from radio to CD to iPod through the audio system or optional steering wheel controls, even wirelessly with available Bluetooth®.
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With the Subaru's available navigation systems, you can quickly go from destination guide to entertainment room, as all feature DVD playback capability. And models with the rear seat entertainment system can display the same movie in the rear seats simultaneously.
Turn your Outback into a secure Wi-Fi hotspot with the Subaru Mobile Internet accessory. It connects passengers in and around the car up to 150 feet, using patented TRU Technology and 3G network infrastructure backed with comprehensive user support.*
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Audio System & Satellite Radio
Every road trip needs an epic soundtrack, whether you're uploading your own playlists or linking up with digital programming.
Your music will come alive with the Harman Kardon premium audio system, designed with an array of speakers and up to 440 watts of power. Enjoy stunning clarity and realism as the Digital Signal Processing (DSP) enhances fidelity and harmonic richness.
Available on: Legacy, Outback, Tribeca
Converts traditional analog radio signals into digital broadcasts complete with enhanced data features. Also includes additional HD programming not available through regular radio technology.
All new and leased 2012 Subaru vehicles with factory-equipped SiriusXM satellite radio are eligible for a 4-month complimentary subscription. Hundreds of commercial-free, digital music, sports, talk and more.
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