2015 Subaru Outback gets Big Price Increase

2015 Subaru Outback gets Big Price Increase

Subaru has announced pricing on the all-new 2015 Outback, coming in about $4,600 more expensive than last year’s model. 

The 2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i will start from $25,745 (including destination) while the 2.5i Premium will sell for $27,845. Those looking for even more standard features can opt for the 2.5i Limited which has an MSRP of $30,845 and those needing more performance will have to pay up $33,845 for the Outback 3.6R Limited.

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The 2.5i models are powered by a 2.5-liter flat-four engine with 175 hp while the more powerful 3.6-liter six-cylinder Boxer engine offers 256 hp. All Outback models now come with a Lineartronic CVT with paddle shifters, netting 2.5i models a rating of 25 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. The 3.6R is rated at 20-mpg city, 27-mpg highway.

As for the Premium model, buyers will get the All-Weather Package, Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control, 10-way power driver’s seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift handle and an illuminated overhead console and front door pull handles. The Limited model adds Perforated Leather-Trimmed Upholstery, 18-inch wheels, a Harman/Kardon 12-speaker stereo system, 10-way power driver’s seat with two-position memory, dual-mode heated rear seat backs and cushions, loads of safety tech, exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals, fog lights, woodgrain-pattern accent trim and center console rear A/C outlets.

Available options include a moonroof plus power rear gate for $1,695, while ading navigation to the package for takes the price up to $2,195. Adding all the bells and whistles (moonroof package, power rear gate, navigation, EyeSight, Blind Spot Detection, Rear Cross Traffic Alert) will run you $3,390.

The 2015 Subaru Outback will arrive dealerships this summer.

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  • Nick

    Just bought a Subaru Outback Ltd. & traded my 09 CRV EX. The Ouback rides smooth & road noise is minimum. However Subaru missed to include automatic door locks & illuminated buttons on the home link which is hard to see at night. I don’t also like that they require synthetic oil & replaced it every 6 mos or 6 k miles. I drive 5k miles per year & this increase maintenance costs 6 times compared to my CRV. My 03 BMW also require synthetic oil but does not require oil change every 15K miles.