Subaru Legacy And Outback Are Priced For 2021, At Retailers In October

Subaru of America announced pricing for the 2021 Legacy sedan and Outback SUV. The both will be available at dealers in October.

The Subaru Legacy‘s price starts at $22,895, the Outback’s – at $26,795. This is just a $150 increase from the previous model year.

More safety features become available as standard for 2021, including Steering Responsive LED headlights, a Front and Rear Passenger Seat Belt Reminder, and a Rear Seat Reminder.

The 2021 Legacy comes in six trim levels: Base, Premium, Sport, Limited, Limited XT, and Touring XT.

For 2021, The Subaru Outback is offered in Base, Premium, Limited, Touring, Onyx Edition XT, Limited XT, and Touring XT trim levels.

The base engine for the models is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder 182-hp/176 lb-ft Boxer coming with Subaru’s standard Lineartronic continuously variable transmission, Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and Active Torque Vectoring.

Subaru offers Vehicle Dynamics Control and X-MODE with Hill Descent Control for all Outbacks. The Outback’s 8.7-inch ground clearance is greater than in many SUVs. A 2.4-liter four-cylinder turbo Subaru Boxer engine is available for the Onyx Edition XT and above trims.

The 2021 Legacy pricing (incl. a $925 destination and delivery fee that may vary per states) is the following:  

  • Base $23,820
  • Premium $26,070
  • Sport $28,020
  • Limited $30,820
  • Limited XT $35,370
  • Touring XT $37,070

The 2021 Outback pricing (incl. a $1,050 destination and delivery fee that may vary per states) is the following: 

  • Base $27,845
  • Premium$30,095
  • Limited $34,645
  • Touring $38,545
  • Onyx Edition XT $36,195
  • Limited XT $39,045
  • Touring XT $40,995

There are several Option Packages for the models from $1,000 to $2,995, like Power Moonroof + and Blind-Spot Detection w/ Rear Cross-Traffic Alert +.

In addition, there is some news about other Subaru vehicles. The automaker has recently confirmed it will not offer the Subaru BRZ RWD sport car or the 2021 model year. The production of the related model, the 2020 Toyota 86, ends this fall too.

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