Subaru, as you may know, has reduced the price of its products in the UK citing favorable exchange rate as the reason. The opposite of that must be true about the U.S., as here they are now increasing the MSRP of 2015 models. The new Outback SUV has just been priced, and it represents a $4,600 increase over the previous version.
A base model 2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i starts from $24,895 in the U.S. excluding an $850 destination and handling charge. It comes with a nice new design, X-Mode, Hill Descent Control and Hill Start Assist augment Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, plus a 175-horsepower 4-cylinder engine mated to a Lineartronic CVT transmission. An upgraded infotainment with a 6.2 inch display and a host of connectivity features is also included.
2015 Outback 2.5i Premium is the next model in the range, priced from $26,995, and boasting All-Weather Package, Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control System, 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 version meanwhile offers Perforated Leather-Trimmed Upholstery, stylish 18-inch Alloy Wheels, Harman/Kardon Surround 12-speaker system and 576-watt Amplifier, 10-way power driver’s seat with two-position memory, dual-mode heated rear seat backs and cushions, Blind Spot Detection with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, part of the Subaru Rear Vehicle Detection System and more, all for $29,995. The Limited models can be ordered with a 256-horsepower 3.6 liter, 6-cylinder engine ($32,995).
Available options for the 2015 Subaru Outback are as follows:
|Moonroof + Power Rear Gate||$1,695|
|Moonroof + Power Rear Gate + Navigation||$2,195|
|EyeSight + Blind Spot Detection & Rear
Cross Traffic Alert + Power Rear Gate
|Moonroof Pkg +Power Rear Gate +
Navigation System + EyeSight +Blind Spot
Detection & Rear Cross Traffic Alert
|Moonroof Pkg +Keyless Access & Start +
|Moonroof Pkg + Keyless Access & Start +
Navigation System + EyeSight