Subaru has just released pricing for the 2020 Legacy Sedan and Outback wagon. The base model Legacy is $26,395, while the Outback is not only jacked up in ride height but also a step up in price at $30,695.
The $26,395 Legacy Convenience trim starts you off with standard Subaru’s Symmetrical full-time all-wheel-drive, EyeSight with Lane Centring Assist, dual seven-inch touchscreen infotainment display, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality. Although it’s the base model, you also get automatic climate control, heated front seats, a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, Bluetooth connectivity, two rear USB ports, and automatic headlights.
This the first year that Subaru will be offering Subaru Starlink connected services, which is a full suite of features that can be controlled with your phone or with an onboard concierge.
Step up to an Outback and that $30,695 will get you these same standard features, plus LED fog lights, active torque vectoring, X-Mode with Hill Descent Control, a rearview camera washer, a one-touch retractable cargo cover, and roof rails with integrated crossbars and tie-down loops.
Move up to the Legacy Touring for $30,295 and you’ll add 17-inch alloy wheels, LED fog lights, auto-dimming side-view and rearview mirrors, a power tilting and sliding sunroof, a proximity key with push-button start, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear shifter, dual-zone automatic climate control, auto up/down on all windows, and a free three-year trial subscription for Subaru STARLINK Connected Services. For $34,795, the Outback Touring adds a power rear tailgate with a hands-free opening sensor, and a centralized close and lock button.
The $34,295 Legacy Limited adds integrated navigation, 11.6-inch infotainment, heated passenger and rear outboard seats, rear console HVAC vents, steering-responsive headlights, and 18-inch alloy wheels. This will cost $38,995 in the Outback.
Nappa leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, and a centre console-mounted CD player require stepping up to the Premier trim for $36,295, as well as a front-facing camera and Driverfocus Mitigation. Premier will cost you $40,995 in an Outback.
Outbacks will also have a special trim called Outdoor XT, that adds an upgraded dual-function X-Mode with Snow/Dirt and Deep Snow/Mud modes, and a full sized spare tire.
The Limited GT ($37,095) and Premier GT ($39,095) trims for the Legacy add the turbocharged 260-horsepower engine to the Limited and Premier trims, up from the 182-horsepower base model. In the Outback, Subaru calls it the Limited XT and Premier XT trims, and they’ll cost you $41,795 and $43,795 respectively.
The 2020 Subaru Legacy and Outback will arrive in dealerships in the fall of 2019.