2011 Subaru Legacy and Outback pricing announced

Article by Christian A., on August 30, 2010

Subaru of America announced today the pricing for the 2011 model year Legacy and Outback models. For 2011, both popular models from Subaru receive new equipment enhancements including manual-folding exterior mirrors while the models equipped with Harman/Kardon audio systems (available on the Premium models and standard on Limited models) now feature XM Satellite Radio and a three-month trial subscription.

Also, the manufacturer announces a new color called Caramel Bronze Pearl which will replace Harvest Gold Metallic on both models. Ruby Red Pearl color which was previously available on the Legacy and Tribeca, is now available on the Outback.

Both colors are offered with an Ivory interior. So, for those who want to buy a 2011 Subaru Legacy, the pricing for the 2011 MY starts at $19,995 for the 2.5i while the pricing for the Legacy 2.5i Premium remains unchanged at $20,995.

The 2011 Subaru Legacy 3.6R is offered at $24,995.The models featuring the Limited trim are subject to a $300 price increase due to the inclusion of XM Satellite Radio.

The Legacy 2.5i Limited is now $25,295 while the Legacy 3.6R Limited is $28,295. The new Legacy 2.5GT will be offered exclusively in a Limited trim and it includes as standard power moonroof, XM Satellite Radio, fog lights, new simulated carbon-fiber dashboard trim, silver contrast seat and armrest stitching, and aluminum pedals.

Starting price for this model will be $31,395, which means that Subaru increased the price with only $405. Regarding the 2011 Subaru Outback, this model received a $200 price increase and the Outback 2.5i now starting at $23,195 while the Outback 2.5i Premium priced at $24,495. For the Outback Premium and Limited models, Subaru offers a rear vision camera bundled with the Power Moonroof Package.

The rear view camera includes an Auto-dim mirror with Homelink, compass display and a 3.3 inch hi-resolution display in the mirror and is available for $450 to any Outback that features a Power Moonroof. For the Outback 2.5i Limited featuring the standard Lineartronic CVT pricing starts at $28,495 while for the Outback 3.6R there is a base price of $28,195. The Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited now starts at $31,495 and includes standard XM Satellite Radio.

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