Subaru Announces Pricing for the Redesigned 2015 Legacy

Jeff Youngs | May 20, 2014
Subaru's redesigned 2015 Legacy sedan goes on sale this summer with a base price of $21,695, an increase of $1,400, compared with the 2014 model. That figure, which does not include a $795 destination charge, represents the starting bid for the entry-level Legacy 2.5i, now featuring a standard continuously variable transmission (CVT) and other upgrades like a 6.2-in. touch-screen navigation system and revised all-wheel-drive  system, as well as active grille shutters that contribute to a Subaru-estimated 36 mpg on the highway. The 2.5i Premium trim level adds amenities such as text messaging capabilities and dual-zone climate control; its starting price has risen by $200 to $23,495. Buyers with some extra room in their budget can opt for a power tilt/slide moonroof with ($1,695) or without ($1,195) a navigation system, or the company's EyeSight safety technology with a blind-spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert ($1,195).

For 2015, Subaru has discontinued the 2.5i Sport, but the 2.5i Limited carries on. Priced from $26,495, this luxurious version of the Legacy is equipped with a 576-watt sound system, leather upholstery, heated rear seats, and 18-in. alloy wheels. Keyless entry and push-button start join the list of available options.

At the top of the 2015 Legacy line is the 3.6R Limited, up $700 to $29,595. As was the case previously, a 256-horsepower 6-cylinder engine lies under the hood, though in lieu of a 5-speed automatic the car utilizes a new CVT tuned specifically for this model. Subaru suggests drivers will average 29 mpg on the highway. In terms of features, the 3.6R Limited is a copy of the 2.5i Limited, but also offers standard HID headlights and stainless steel exhaust tips.

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