2016 Subaru Legacy and Outback Bound for Dealerships This Summer | Edmunds

2016 Subaru Legacy and Outback Bound for Dealerships This Summer


CHERRY HILL, New Jersey — The carryover 2016 Subaru Legacy sedan and Subaru Outback wagon will arrive at Subaru dealerships this summer featuring optional safety and security upgrades.

The base 2016 Legacy starts at $22,540, including a $795 destination charge, reflecting a $50 price increase over the 2015 model.

But the three higher trim levels of the 2016 Legacy get a $350 price increase. The top-of-the-line 2016 Subaru Legacy 3.6R Limited starts at $30,740, including shipping.

Subaru's base 2016 Outback is priced at $25,845, including an $850 destination charge, reflecting a $100 price increase over the 2015 model.

The three higher trim levels of the 2016 Outback get a $400 price increase. The top-of-the-line 2016 Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited starts at $34,245, including shipping.

The optional Subaru EyeSight system adds a lane keep assist function for the new model year.

The EyeSight system with blind spot detection and rear cross-traffic alert is a $1,195 option on the 2016 Legacy.

The EyeSight system with blind spot detection, rear cross-traffic alert and a power tailgate is a $1,695 option on the 2016 Outback.

Both Subaru vehicles were redesigned for 2015.

Upgrades for the 2016 model year include a new auto on/off mode for the windshield wipers, and the electric power-assist steering has been retuned for a more "natural feel."

Key Legacy competitors include the Ford Fusion, Honda Accord and Toyota Camry.

The Outback competes with the Ford Escape, Jeep Cherokee and Toyota Highlander.

Edmunds says: Car shoppers can expect relatively modest price increases on the 2016 Legacy and Outback.

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