2022 Subaru Ascent Pricing Announced, New Onyx Edition Debuts

Subaru of America has announced pricing for its award-winning 3-row Ascent SUV. Prices for the 2022 model year remain the same as the previous model except for a new Onyx Edition.

The model is available in five trim levels: Base, Premium, Onyx Edition, Limited, and Touring. It arrives at dealerships this summer.

The Subaru Ascent Onyx Edition is new for 2022 (in the photos). It offers unique black-finish exterior and interior design details, and a decent list of standard features.

The base price starts at $33,420. The entry-level vehicle comes with:

  •  tri-zone front and rear automatic climate control
  • automatic power door locks
  • power windows and side mirrors
  • a multi-function display
  • a security system with engine immobilizer
  • a rear vision camera
  • two USB input ports and two USB charging ports in the center console
  • raised roof rails;
  • 19 cupholders
  • 8-inch aluminum-alloy wheels

A 2.4-liter turbocharged BOXER engine powers the Ascent. It packs 260 hp and 277 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine combines with a high-torque Lineartronic continuously variable transmission and Subaru’s legendary Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. The powertrain allows towing up to 5,000 pounds with the standard Trailer Stability Assist.

The X-MODE with Hill Descent Control for all-weather and trail-driving capability is available as standard. The Ascent’s EPA fuel economy is 21/27 mpg (city/highway) for models with 18-inch wheels which can cover more than 500 miles on a single tank. With 20-inch wheels, fuel efficiency is 20 city /26 hwy mpg.

As before, the 2022 Ascent comes standard with Subaru’s famous EyeSight suite of driver assist tech.

Other prices (from):

  • Premium $35,920
  • Onyx Edition $39,120
  • LImited $40,720
  • Touring $46,570

All prices include a destination and delivery fee. A number of option packages are also available at extra pay.

The manufacturer produces the Ascent at the Subaru of Indiana Automotive facility along with the Impreza, Legacy, and Outback.

Source: Subaru

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