2021 Subaru Outback Price Rises with New Standard Features
Subaru has announced prices for the 2021 Outback, as well as changes to the popular midsize crossover SUV. For the new model year, the Subaru Outback gains standard steering responsive headlights, a rear seat reminder system, and a seat belt reminder system. A new paint color, Brilliant Bronze Metallic, is offered for all Outbacks except for the base trim level.
Otherwise, the Outback is the same as it was in 2020, when Subaru last redesigned the vehicle. It comes in standard and turbocharged XT model series, and all-wheel drive is standard equipment. The standard series offers base, Premium, Limited, and Touring trim. The Outback XT series comes in Onyx Edition XT (includes a blacked-out appearance), Limited XT, and Touring XT.
To help cover the added standard equipment, the 2021 Subaru Outback base price rises $150 to $26,795, not including a destination charge of $1,075 for most U.S. states. The most expensive version of the crossover, the Touring XT, is priced at $39,945 plus destination, a $250 increase over 2020.