The Japanese based automaker Subaru has recently announced the official starting price of the 2014 Outback and 2014 Legacy in the United States.
According to the car manufacturer, the 2014 Subaru Outback can now be ordered in a total of 6 versions, with the cheapest one, the 2.5i, equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, being priced at 24,320 USD. Ordering the CVT will set you back for another 1,000 USD, while the 2.5i Premium, with a six-speed manual transmission, costs 26,620 USD and 27,620 USD with a CVT. The 2.5i Limited, with the CVT, starts at 29,920 USD, while the top of the line Outback 3.6R Limited, with a five-speed automatic, costs 32,920 USD.
The 2014 Subaru Legacy is also available in six versions, the 2.5i six-speed manual, priced at 21,090 USD, the 2.5i CVT, costing 22,090 USD, the Legacy 2.5i Premium CVT, priced at 24,090 USD, the 2.5i Sport CVT, coming at 26,040 USD, the 2.5i Limited CVT costing 26,690 USD and the top of the line Legacy 3.6R Limited, with a five-speed automatic, priced at 29,690 USD. The two models are already available for order at Subaru dealerships across the United States.