Subaru has also done the same for its 2010 Outback. They have tagged the new Outback at $22,995, the same as with the preceding model that is driven by a modified 170hp 2.5 liter 4-cylinder Boxer powerplant coupled with a 6-speed manual gearbox. A CVT transmission is also available at an extra $1,000.
The car is equipped with 60-40 split-folding and reclining rear seats, floor mats, cargo tray, electronic parking brake equipped with Hill Holder system, automatic on and off exterior lights, audio system equipped with sing-disc CD player, aux input and 4 speakers, two lit visor mirrors, enhanced gauge cluster fitted with eco gauge, multi-function display with external temp, overhead console equipped with sunglass holder and remote keyless access to the car.
Furthermore, there is also the 2.5 Premium with sticker price of $24,295 when fitted with a manual gearbox and for a CVT model the tag is $25,295. The standard equipment of the base model receives some additions in the Premium model consisting of fog lights, cargo cover, privacy glass, driver's seat with 10-way power, power window on the driver side, steering wheel covered with leather, a storage box with door for the instruments, a console located overhead and comes with sunglass holder and surround lighting, mirrors with matching body color and 16 inch alloy wheels. The 2.5i Limited, which comes with a CVT only, has a price tag of $27,995.
Besides all the features of the 2.5i Premium model, it also comes with dual zone climate controls, paddle shifters and a 6-speed manual shift mode, P215/50 R17 all-weather tires with 17-inch alloy wheels, leather-trimmed upholstery in perforated ivory and off black, passenger seat with 4-way power, a Harman Karon stereo system and an All-Weather Package. The latest top-of-the-range Outback 3.6R, which will succeed the 3.0R model, is driven by a 256hp 3.6-liter 6-cylinder Boxer powerplant coupled to a 5-speed electronic automatic transmission. The price tag for this car is $27,995, $4,000 lower than the 2009 6-cylinder Outback, according to Subaru.
Equipment lineupfor the 3.6R includes all the features of the 2.5i model and P225/50 R17 all-weather tires with 17-inch alloy rims, paddle shifters, power window for the driver, a storage compartment for the instruments complete with door, console with sunglass holder overhead and surround lighting, fog lights and privacy glass. The beginning price for the 3.6 Premium is $28,995 and it comes with all the features of the 3.6R model together with driver's seat with 10-way power, steering wheel covered in leather and All-Weather Package.
For $30,995, the 3.6R Limited will come with all of the features found in the 3.6R Premium model plus leather-trimmed upholstery in perforated ivory and off black, passenger seat with 4-way power, and a quality audio system from Harman Kardo. The delivery fee for all 2010 Model Year Outback models, in all 48 adjoining States, is $695, according to Subaru.