The Japanese company has declassified prices for its new product.
Subaru has declassified prices for the 2022 Outback and Legacy models, and it has also become known that the Wilderness version of the Outback will cost customers $ 38,120. The novelty is equipped with a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engine, which replaced the 2.5-liter naturally aspirated engine.
In terms of changes, the Subaru Outback Wilderness has a retuned suspension with increased ground clearance, a full-size spare wheel, a front camera and a more compact design.
In turn, the updated Outback and Legacy received minor changes. All Outback models now have LED headlights as standard. The new Legacy base trim has been complemented by standard black 17-inch alloy wheels. The Outback and Legacy Premium come with rear vents, while the Legacy Sport gets a number of standard safety features: blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, sunroof, and automatic emergency reverse braking.
The base price for the Outback is $ 28,070, up $ 225 from last year when destination fees are included. The Legacy now starts at $ 23,955, up $ 135 more. You can see the full list of prices below.