Subaru Announces 2021 Legacy and Outback Prices

by Shane McGlaun
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Those who live in warm weather states may not see that many Subarus on the roads, but they are extremely popular in colder locations thanks to their standard all-wheel-drive. The Japanese automaker has announced the official MSRP’s for the 2021 Outback and 2021 Legacy models, and they’ve increased by just $150 to $250 compared to the 2020 models, depending on trim.

The 2021 Subaru Legacy will start at $22,895, while the 2021 Outback starts at $26,795. Along with the modest price increases, both models also get new standard safety features. Steering responsive LED headlights can adjust beam direction when the vehicle is traveling on curved roads. Also standard are passenger seat belt reminder and rear seat reminder,  which can help prevent drivers from accidentally leaving pets or children in the vehicle’s back seat.

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Prices can go up significantly from the base MSRP for both depending on the trim level chosen. The most expensive 2021 Legacy is the Legacy Touring XT starting at $36,145. The most expensive Outback is the Touring XT priced at $39,945.

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