The 2017 Legacy starts at $22,815, including an $820 destination charge, reflecting a $275 increase over the base 2016 model.
The top-of-the-line 2017 Legacy 3.6R Limited is priced at $32,460, including shipping.
The new 2017 Legacy 2.5i Sport falls in the middle of the Legacy price range and carries a $26,815 sticker price, including shipping.
Details on the Legacy Sport include a dark gray grille, foglights with gloss-black housings and 18-inch wheels. Other touches include chrome-accented rocker trim and silver-finished turn-signal mirrors.
The cabin gets a two-tone look that combines gray and black cloth upholstery and blue accent stitching.
The 2017 Outback is priced at $26,520, including an $875 destination charge, reflecting a $675 increase over the base 2016 model.
New for 2017 is a flagship Outback 2.5i Touring model priced at $36,870, including shipping.
The top-of-the-line Outback 3.6R Touring starts at $39,070, including shipping.
The Outback Touring is an appearance package that bundles a dark gray grille and 18-inch wheels with dark gray accents. Other cosmetic enhancements include low-profile roof rails in a silver finish, along with lower cladding and chrome Outback badging.
Reverse automatic braking and high-beam assist debut on the 2017 Outback and Legacy. The braking feature helps the driver to avoid a possible crash when the vehicle is moving in reverse.
Brilliant Brown is a new Outback exterior color.
Edmunds says: Car shoppers will find modest price increases on the base 2017 Legacy and Outback, along with some compelling new versions.