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Yes I meant after you turn off the ignition you have a short time to close the window if you forgot or any other accessory.
Yes, the window power is there for a short period of time. The USB power turns off immediately, but if you push the start button without your foot on the brake you enter acc mode, and USB power is restored. But the windows don't have power in acc mode.


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Or, you can probably use the trick those of us with 2015s immediately adopted - shutting the engine off in neutral will seamlessly (i.e., without interrupting power to the head unit) change to ACC, after which the push button seamlessly toggles between ON (giving window control) and ACC.

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As others have stated - yes to both. Seems like you can set the delay for exit, but I forget.


They got rid of the mute button on the steering wheel - I miss that one. The controls are slightly rearranged on the steering wheel. Same with the heater controls - minor changes to the layout.

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i miss it too but if needed pushing the wheel's "source" button will cut sound. It's not a muting function though as pushing again won't take you back to what was playing.
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Thank you all. Thinking about a 2019 while the 3.6 is still available and no auto start/stop
Grab a 2019 3.6R and dont look back !
Glad I didn't wait , I do not like the new dash or console
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Or, you can probably use the trick those of us with 2015s immediately adopted - shutting the engine off in neutral will seamlessly (i.e., without interrupting power to the head unit) change to ACC, after which the push button seamlessly toggles between ON (giving window control) and ACC.
Thanks that works perfectly on my 2017.

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About the delayed accessory -- so if I park and hit the stop button but do not get out (just sit there) listening to the SXM/Carplay etc how long is normnal before the radio shuts off? Mine is exactly three minutes then it all goes dark.

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About the delayed accessory -- so if I park and hit the stop button but do not get out (just sit there) listening to the SXM/Carplay etc how long is normnal before the radio shuts off? Mine is exactly three minutes then it all goes dark.
I haven't timed mine, but that feels about right. I did try the trick today to put the shifter in N, then hit the power button, and it did keep the car in acc mode. And of course acc mode will not auto switch off. My CarPlay also remained connected, so that too shows the USB connection remains active.

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In the past the factory orders end in the 4th week of May... Last year it was May 25th. Probably Friday May 24th this year (my guess). 4 1/2 weeks to order, then it's a search to find what's on a lot somewhere.
June 25th is now the supposed cutoff date for orders. 2019 Outback’s have been selling like hot cakes so if I was a dealer I’d stock up. Latest and greatest isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. I certainly had no interest in the 2020.
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Or, you can probably use the trick those of us with 2015s immediately adopted - shutting the engine off in neutral will seamlessly (i.e., without interrupting power to the head unit) change to ACC, after which the push button seamlessly toggles between ON (giving window control) and ACC.
I didn’t know this trick.........have to try it tomorrow!!!!!!!!

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Most are probably aware, but, just in case, always use the parking brake when doing this.

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