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Subaru Maintains Consistent Pricing For 2025 Outback And Legacy Models

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Sticking to the same pricing strategy, Subaru does not alter the prices for the 2025 Outback crossover wagon and 2025 Legacy sedan, keeping them identical to the 2024 models.

However, there is an exception: the destination fee has increased by $100 from 2024 to 2025, as revealed by Subaru on Thursday.

The 2025 Subaru Outback is priced at $30,290, which includes a $1,395 destination fee. The compulsory fee last year stood at $1,295. Despite the fact that these models retain their existing specifications and are largely similar to the 2023 update, most other models from different automakers are experiencing price hikes for the 2024 or 2025 model year, with the only exception being electric vehicles.

This week, Ford, inspired by Tesla, announced reductions in prices for the F-150 Lightning and Ford Mustang Mach-E to adjust their supply and demand equilibrium. Concurrently, Kia unveiled pricing for the redesigned K5 midsize sedan, with prices increasing by $1,600 to $5,230. The unchanging price of the 2025 Subaru Legacy underscores its exceptional value.

Sharing a production line in Lafayette, Ind., the Outback and Legacy are based on the same platform and are equipped with the same 2.5-liter flat-4 engine producing 182 hp and 176 lb-ft of torque, or an optional 260-hp 2.4-liter turbocharged flat-4 generating 277 lb-ft. Both engine options are paired with a CVT with stepped ratios that simulate an 8-speed automatic transmission, with all-wheel drive being standard.

2025 Subaru Legacy pricing and features

Subaru offers the 2025 Legacy midsize sedan in five versions: Base, Premium, Limited, Sport, and Touring XT. All-wheel drive is standard, along with features like automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, adaptive LED headlights, and active lane control.

The starting price for the base model is $26,040, inclusive of a $1,145 destination fee. Not only is it the most affordable midsize sedan, but it is also the only one featuring standard all-wheel drive, which typically incurs an added cost of around $1,600 in the few sedans offering this feature, such as the Toyota Camry, Kia K5, and Hyundai Sonata, the latter of which introduced AWD for the first time in its 2024 redesign.

The base Legacy comes equipped with cloth seats, 17-inch wheels, dual 7.0-inch touchscreens for both infotainment and climate controls, as well as support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Priced at $28,340, the Legacy Premium model adds heated front seats, power side mirrors, a power driver’s seat, and an 11.6-inch touchscreen oriented vertically found across the rest of the lineup. Additionally, there are two optional packages available.

At $35,150, the Legacy Limited represents a significant upgrade, offering additional comfort features such as power lumbar support, heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, Harman Kardon audio system, a sunroof, blind-spot monitors, and 18-inch wheels.

The $35,640 Legacy Sport is similarly priced to the Limited but shares features with the Premium model. The key difference is the inclusion of Subaru’s more potent 260-hp 2.4-liter turbocharged flat-four engine, sport-tuned suspension, 18-inch alloy wheels, two-tone cloth upholstery with red stitching, and aluminum alloy pedal covers.

Positioned as the top-tier model in the Legacy lineup, the Touring XT is priced at $39,340. Combining the turbo-4 engine with the features of the Limited, it further adds a surround-view camera system, nappa leather upholstery, and cooled front seats.

2025 Subaru Outback pricing and features

Subaru presents the Outback crossover SUV in seven trims: Base, Premium, Onyx, Wilderness, Limited, and Touring, with the same powertrain options as the Legacy. The XT variant (available on Onyx, Limited, Touring) and the Ouback Wilderness models are powered by a 2.4-liter turbo-4 engine generating 260 hp and 277 lb-ft of torque.

Each 2024 Outback comes equipped with a set of driver-assist technologies, including automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive headlights with automatic high beams, and adaptive cruise control. Blind-spot monitors are offered as an optional feature on most trim levels.

Standard amenities found in the $30,290 base Outback include cloth seats, LED headlights, 17-inch wheels, a satellite radio trial, and dual 7.0-inch touchscreens supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity for infotainment and climate controls.

Priced at $32,590, the Premium version of the Outback replaces the dual-screen setup with an 11.6-inch vertical touchscreen with wireless smartphone connectivity. It is outfitted with two USB-A and two USB-C ports, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, power driver’s seat, heated front seats, and 60/40-split folding rear seats. For an additional $1,400, the Outback Premium model includes keyless start, blind-spot monitors, and a hands-free power tailgate. An optional second package adds built-in navigation and a sunroof, bringing the total to $35,585.

The Limited trim, priced at $37,855, mirrors the features of the Legacy Limited detailed earlier, with the option to upgrade to the Limited XT variant featuring the turbocharged flat-4 engine for an extra $2,340.

The XT engine enhancement is priced at $3,255 for the blacked-out Onyx edition, which otherwise starts at $37,500 with the base engine. The Outback Onyx, featuring 18-inch black alloy wheels, is equipped with a heated steering wheel, sunroof, Harman Kardon audio system, rear automatic braking, and the Premium grade’s optional package as standard. It sports black 18-inch alloy wheels and a two-tone interior adorned with water-repellent synthetic upholstery. The Onyx XT is also equipped with a power front passenger seat, front camera, heated rear outboard seats, and a full-size spare tire.

Priced at $41,740, the Outback Touring encompasses all the features present in the Legacy Touring model, with the option for the XT engine upgrade at an additional $2,450.

Catering to off-road enthusiasts, the Wilderness trim builds upon the Onyx XT variant with the 2.4-liter turbo engine, offered at a price of $41,355. Similar to the XT models, the Wilderness benefits from two extra drive mode settings tailored for Snow/Dirt and Deep Snow/Mud, applying these lower-speed high-torque modes more expansively. Additionally, the Wilderness boasts increased ground clearance from 8.7 inches to 9.5 inches, enhanced shocks allowing for greater suspension travel, and comes equipped with Yokohama Geolandar all-terrain tires.

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