LED adaptive headlights now standard
Plus more trims get heated wheel
Subaru has just priced the hottest wagon in the country for 2021, and the Outback will see a small price increase, as will its sedan counterpart the Legacy. Plus the all-wheel drive automaker will add adaptive headlights and rear belt reminders to all models while making heated steering wheels available on more trims.
The Outback wagon starts from $30,995 this year and comes in seven trim levels. Steering responsive LED headlights and that rear seat belt reminder are now standard on all of them, and Subaru has added a heated wheel on Touring and up. That means Touring, Limited, and Premier, where it was just on the Limited model before. XT-badges denote the turbocharged engine.
Base convenience gets EyeSight with lane centering, a twin-screen infotainment/HVAC system, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Touring gets 17s, LED fogs, auto-dimming mirrors, sunroof, heated wheel, proximity key with push-button start, and dual-zone climate. It also adds reverse automatic braking and an 11.6-inch touchscreen plus a power hatch. Limited gets wireless charging and eight-way adjustable front seats with heat for the rears, and Premier adds Nappa leather, ventilated seats, and a front camera.
The Legacy offers six trim levels, and again Touring and up get the heated wheel. Turbocharged Legacy models get a GT badge and this year add new gunmetal painted alloys, aluminum pedals, and chrome exhaust tips. The Legacy starts from $26,995, and its trim levels are equipped like the Outbacks.
2021 Subaru Outback Pricing
Outdoor XT $39,295
Limited XT $41,995
Premier XT $43,995
2021 Subaru Legacy Pricing
Limited GT $37,395
Premier GT $39,395