Subaru of America, Inc. announced in a statement pricing on the updated 2023 Outback SUV and Legacy sedan. Both models receive updated styling and new safety and in-vehicle technologies.
This year, the Outback Onyx Edition trim level is available with two engine options and the Legacy Sport comes standard with a 2.4L turbo Boxer engine. Both models will begin arriving at Subaru retailers this fall. The Outback and Legacy are built at Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) in Lafayette, Indiana along with the Ascent and Impreza.
The top-level Touring adds a wide-angle mono camera that works with the dual-camera EyeSight system. The additional camera expands the field of view even further to recognize pedestrians and bicycles sooner when the vehicle enters an intersection at low speed. EyeSight gives an alert to the driver and, when necessary, applies brakes to avoid collisions.
On models equipped with blind-spot detection with lane change assist and rear cross-traffic alert, EyeSight now includes automatic emergency steering. The two systems work in conjunction to help avoid a collision with an obstacle at speeds less than 50 mph.
2023 Subaru Outback
The Outback Base starts at $28,395 and comes with standard features including EyeSight driver assist technology with advanced adaptive cruise control with lane centering. The entry-level trim is powered by a 2.5-liter Boxer engine that produces 182 hp and 176 lb-ft of torque.
The Outback Premium, with a starting price of $30,695, includes all the standard equipment from the Base and adds an all-weather package; leather-wrapped steering wheel; dual-zone automatic climate control system; 10-way power driver seat; and rear gate LED light.
The Onyx Edition priced from $33,495 is available with the 2.5L naturally aspirated Subaru Boxer engine. Priced from $38,595 the Outback Onyx Edition XT upgrades to the 2.4L turbo Boxer engine. The Outback Wilderness has a starting price of $38,445. The rugged trim level builds off the Onyx Edition XT.
The Outback Limited starts at $35,295, standard with 12-way power driver’s seat with two position memory with power lumbar support. At $39,695, the 2023 Outback Limited XT upgrades to the 2.4L turbo Boxer engine. The top-of-the-line Touring is priced at $39,845 and includes all the standard equipment of the Limited, plus a 180-Degree Front View Monitor; automatic power-folding mirrors; heated steering wheel (360-degree), and ventilated front seats. The Outback Touring XT is priced at $42,295 and comes with all the standard equipment of the Touring and upgrades to the 2.4L turbocharged Boxer engine.
2023 Subaru Legacy
The 2023 Legacy is available in Base, Premium, Sport, Limited, and Touring XT. The Legacy Base is priced at $24,395 equipped with standard Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive and Active Torque Vectoring and is powered by the 2.5L Boxer engine. The naturally aspirated engine produces 182 hp and 176 lb-ft of torque and is paired with a standard Lineartronic CVT with 8-speed manual shift mode and steering wheel paddle shift control switches.
Starting at $26,695, the Legacy Premium upgrades over the Base trim with an all-weather package, leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control system, rear ventilation in the center console, and a 10-way power driver seat.
For 2023, the Legacy Sport comes standard with the 260 hp 2.4L turbo Boxer engine. The Sport is priced at $33,895. The Sport builds on the Premium trim. The Legacy Limited, with a starting price of $31,445, includes all the features of Premium with upgrades.
The 2023 Legacy Touring XT is priced at $37,695 and builds on the Limited trim. The top-of-the-line Legacy is powered by a 2.4L turbo Boxer engine delivering 260 hp and 277 lb.-ft. of torque. For 2023, the Legacy Touring XT is equipped with a wide-angle mono camera that works with the dual-camera EyeSight system to expand the field of view even further to recognize pedestrians and bicycles sooner when the vehicle enters an intersection at low speed.
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