2023 Subaru Outback & Legacy Recent updates!
2023 Subaru Outback – Front-End Update, Price Increases for Legacy.
Here are the major highlights:
- This week, Subaru revealed the prices for the 2023 Outback and Legacy models. Despite only receiving minor front-end updates and some EyeSight driver-assist improvements, both vehicles are now approximately $1,000 more expensive than they were in 2022.
- The Outback now has a new trim level and a starting price of $29,620. In addition, the 2.4-liter turbo boxer engine, which generates more horsepower and torque than the basic 2.5-liter engine, is now an option for the Onyx Edition.
- Starting at $25,415, the 2023 Legacy is $925 more expensive than the 2022 model. In addition, the Limited XT level is no longer available, but the Sport now has the 2.4-liter turbo engine as standard.
2023 Subaru Outback Price & Overview
2023 Subaru Outback and Legacy models will cost higher, as is the case with pretty much everything else. This past week, Subaru revealed that the 2019 Outback will start at $29,620 and the 2023 Legacy at $25,415.
The upgraded EyeSight driver-assistance system, which uses a new electronic brake booster and can function in a wider variety of situations, is one of the updates Subaru made to the latest models.
Blind-spot recognition with lane-change assistance and rear cross-traffic alert is now standard on Outback and Legacy models.
EyeSight also delivers autonomous emergency steering to help vehicles avoid collisions with objects at speeds up to 50 mph.
The Outback costs $800 more than the 2022 Outback, with a starting price of $28,820.
The new Outback is essentially identical. However, the front end has seen a modest change.
The headlamps have been altered, and the bumper and grille have grown in size.
There is no new fascia for the Outback Wilderness.
In addition, a broader field of view has been added to the cameras used for the Outback’s Touring trim’s driver aid capabilities.
The Onyx Edition of the 2023 Subaru Outback is now available without a turbo engine.
Instead, the new Onyx Edition has an autonomous emergency braking system, an 11.6-inch multimedia infotainment system, and a power sunroof for $34,720.
In addition, there are now two engine choices for the Onyx trim, as opposed to the previous year when it was only available in XT form with the enhanced 2.4-liter turbo boxer engine.
The 2.4-liter makes 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque, while the standard engine is a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter boxer that generates 182 horsepower and 176 pound-feet of torque.
The Limited XT and Touring XT models both offer the turbo option.
In addition to having all-wheel drive as standard, all 2023 Outbacks and Legacy sedans also get a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).
Subaru increased the beginning price of the 2023 Subaru Legacy by $925 over the $24,490 standard 2022 Legacy.
A redesigned front fascia with new headlights and, once more, a more pronounced grille is the only exterior alteration.
In addition, Subaru no longer offers the Limited XT trim, but the 2.4-liter turbo engine is now standard in the Sport trim.
However, these costs are $150 more expensive in Alaska and “may vary” in nine additional states, the majority of which are in the Northeast: Connecticut, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
This fall, Subaru shops will carry the 2023 Outback and Legacy.
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