/2011 Subaru Legacy And Outback Pricing Announced

2011 Subaru Legacy And Outback Pricing Announced

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Subaru announced official pricing of the 2011MY Legacy sedan and Outback for the American market. The latest edition of these nice and sturdy family cars receive equipment enhancements including manual-folding exterior mirrors(!) and XM satellite radio for models with harman/kardon audio system. Both models also feature Symmetrical All-Wheel-Drive as standard.

2011 Subaru Legacy Sedan starts from $19,995 for the basic 2.5i model. The 2.5i Premium costs $20,995 and the Legacy 3.6R runs for  $24,995. So these models have the same MSRP as the last year. Only the Limited trim models, including the 2.5 GT, get $300 price increase, but the they come with the XM Satellite Radio. he Legacy 2.5i Limited is now $25,295 while the Legacy 3.6R Limited is $28,295.

The Legacy 2.5 GT which comes in Limited trim starts from $31,395 and offers standard power moonroof as well as XM Satellite Radio, fog lights, new simulated carbon-fiber dashboard trim, silver contrast seat and armrest stitching, and aluminum pedals.

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All 2011 Subaru Outback models are subject to a $200 price increase. The Outback 2.5i now starting at $23,195 and the Outback 2.5i Premium priced at $24,495. Subaru offers a convenience upgrade package for these models which costs $450 and includes a Rear Vision Camera, is added to Premium and Limited models – bundled with the Power Moonroof Package. The exclusive Rear Vision Camera includes an Auto-dim mirror with Homelink, compass display and a 3.3 inch hi-resolution display in the mirror.

Other models include the Outback 2.5i Limited, with standard Lineartronic CVT, starting from $28,495 and the six-cylinder Outback 3.6R priced from $28,195 ($31,495 for the Limited model).

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