'17 3.6 Limited
Thanks for the clarification!We were TOLD that's what it's supposed to do, at our ride and drive for the 2019 Forester, because of the potential / probability that you're going to be doing fun things. (And it does that on my 2019 Forester.) Which is what I've been telling my customers. However, from what's been described on here, it's NOT doing that. Due to the differences in the head units between Forester and Outback, they may have (meaning, probably) programmed the Outback differently, requiring you to turn collision avoidance off on your own, since it's not push buttons in the Outback, it's all controlled via the screen.
Now we just need other 2020 Onyx owners to try driving into things in mud and snow mode.