Outdoorsy and Out Soon: Subaru Prices Its 2018 Legacy and Outback ""
Posted on: June 23, 2017

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2018 Subaru Outback

Refreshed for 2018, Subaru’s stalwart Legacy sedan and Outback wago-ute now have prices to go with their revisions. The reworked Legacy begins at $23,055 for a 175-hp four-cylinder–powered 2.5i model, while the freshened Outback with the same trim and powertrain starts at $26,810. Both are due in dealerships this summer.

2018 Subaru Legacy

The Legacy: Testament’s Minor Hit Single from 1990

The base Legacy 2.5i offers a 6.5-inch Starlink multimedia display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, Harman’s Aha suite, Pandora, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, as well as a USB port and an auxiliary jack. For $350, you can add alloy wheels. Make the $2100 jump to a 2.5i Premium, and the screen expands to 8.0 inches and adds SMS messaging connectivity, voice controls, HD radio, and USB ports for rear-seat passengers.

Aside from the larger screen, the Premium, which starts at $25,155, gets 17-inch aluminum wheels, heated front seats and mirrors, a wiper de-icer, dual-zone climate control, a 10-way power driver’s seat with power lumbar support, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, auto up/down driver and passenger windows, plus an illuminated overhead console and interior front-door pulls. For $1545 more, Premium models bring navigation and Subie’s EyeSight bundle of driver-assistance technologies, which include collision warning, automated emergency braking, blind-spot detection, and rear cross-traffic alert. Premium also brings LED fog lamps and body-color folding mirrors with integrated turn signals. Opt for the $1195 sunroof package, and Subaru will throw in an auto-dimming rearview mirror with a HomeLink garage-door opener.

2018 Subaru Legacy

For $27,205, Legacy 2.5i Sport customers will find model-specific two-tone cloth upholstery with blue accent stitching and carbon-look trim (so sporty!), 18-inch wheels, chrome-accented rocker trim, a new three-spoke leather-wrapped wheel, a decklid spoiler, LED fog lamps, and an auto-dimming mirror. EyeSight, navigation, and high-beam assist add $2095 to the bottom line.

The $29,955 2.5i Limited aims to add a spot of luxury to one’s motoring occasions, with perforated leather-trimmed upholstery, a power moonroof, keyless entry with push-button start, heated rear seatbacks and cushions, rear-seat A/C outlets, and a 10-way power driver’s seat with two-position memory and power lumbar support, while the passenger gets a four-way power seat. LED fog lights become part of the equation, as do 18-inch wheels and Subaru’s Stablex suspension, plus body-color folding mirrors and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with HomeLink. Standard driver-assistance features include blind-spot detection with lane-change assist as well as rear cross-traffic alert.


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2018 Subaru Legacy

EyeSight-equipped Legacy 2.5i Limited cars also get steering-responsive LED headlamps with automatic height adjustment. The option adds $2095 to the sticker.

Opt for the flat-six–powered, 256-hp Legacy Limited 3.6R for $32,805, and Subaru throws in the LED headlights, paddle shifters, and stainless exhaust-tip surrounds. EyeSight adds high-beam assist and navigation for $1595.

2018 Subaru Outback

The Outback: (Paul) Hogan’s Hero

The Outback 2.5i offers a bit more standard equipment than the base Legacy—particularly 17-inch aluminum wheels—while the $28,910 Outback Premium models share the Legacy Premium’s upgrades plus body-color folding exterior mirrors and a driver’s window with off-delay operation (that means that if you forgot, you can still close an open window without turning the car back on for 10 minutes or so). For $3590, you can add EyeSight, a power liftgate, the sunroof package, high-beam assist, and navigation.

At $33,610, the 2.5i Limited gets the same upgrades as its Legacy counterpart, as well as matte wood-grain-look interior accent trim and LED headlights. Add EyeSight for $2085, and those LED peepers respond to steering inputs and get automatic height-adjustment control. For $36,310, you can opt for the 256-hp flat-six–powered Limited. Adding EyeSight to the six-pot Limited will run you $1585.



The top-of-the-line Touring model starts at $37,405 and is pretty much fully loaded, distinguished by silver low-profile roof rails, a dark-gray grille insert, 18-inch wheels with a machined finish, and dark-gray accents. All Outback Touring models feature a Java Brown interior with ivory contrast stitching. A heated steering wheel and auto up/down windows on all four doors are part of the package as well. And finally, those who require every last bell and whistle—and care to spend $39,605 for the privilege—can spec a Touring with the six-cylinder engine.

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