The recently refreshed Legacy and Outback are being priced from $22,195 and $26,810, respectively, which represent modest price increases compared to the outgoing versions.
First up, the Legacy sedan is $200 above the price threshold of the former model year, with the base 2.5-liter Boxer getting the same 175 horsepower (130 kilowatts) and CVT with paddle shifters, symmetrical all-wheel drive as standard and an Active Torque Vectoring system. The midlife cycle update brought a new front end, with grille, side mirrors, and rear bumper modifications. Standard amenities include 6.5-inch infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Pandora, and Bluetooth. Go for the 2.5i Premium – starting at $24,295 – and the 8.0-inch Subaru Starlink multimedia system. Legacy Sport with new two-tone cloth interior with blue accent stitching and a carbon fiber patterned trim is here for $26,345. The Legacy Limited is $29,095, while the range-topping Legacy 3.6R with 256-hp (190-kW), 3.6-liter Boxer engine is at least $31,945.
Next up, the Outback adventure wagon has seen prices soaring $290 and $535, depending on the trim. The all-wheel-drive wagon hits dealerships this summer from $26,810, complete new looks and about the same equipment in the base version as on the Legacy. Premium models go for $28,910 and pack heated seats, dual-zone climate control, 10-way power driver’s seat, and eight-inch infotainment – you can also add the EyeSight driver assistance tech for $1,995. The Limited can be had from $33,610 with the 175-horsepower 2.5-liter boxer four-cylinder or $36,310 with the 256-horsepower 3.6 liter, boxer 6-cylinder. The Touring will set you back $37,405 with the four cylinder or $39,605 with the more powerful option.