Subaru Announces Outback PricingPosted on May 5th, 2009
2010 model comes with two available engines and a continuously variable automatic transmission
Subaru’s fourth-generation Outback appeals to buyers with active lifestyles, with a new roof rail and integrated crossbar design, enhanced ground clearance, and a new continuously variable automatic transmission. Pricing for the 2010 Outback begins at $22,995, for the base model: power comes from a 170-horsepower four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission.
All-wheel drive is standard for all four grades, giving the Outback all-weather, all-terrain capability. The base 2.5i model features Subaru’s hill holder system that keeps the car from slipping backwards on steep grades, a new ‘eco’ gauge, ambient temperature reading, and remote keyless entry. The standard AM/FM stereo with single-disc CD player is MP3 compatible. Automatic headlamps, variable intermittent wipers, and a 60/40 split folding rear seat are also standard.
The 2.5i Premium model adds a 10-way power driver’s seat, sixteen-inch wheels, halogen fog lamps, a cargo cover and leather wrapped steering wheel. Pricing begins at $24,295 with the six-speed manual; $25,295 for the automatic.
The 2.5i Limited comes standard with the automatic transmission, dual zone climate controls, seventeen-inch wheels, upgraded audio system and an all-weather package that includes heated seats, windshield wiper de-icers and heated outside mirrors. Pricing for the Limited begins at $27,995.
Power for the Outback 3.6R comes from a new 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine rated at 256 horsepower, with a five-speed automatic transmission. Pricing begins at $27,995. Seventeen-inch wheels, paddle shifters, rear privacy glass and fog lamps are standard equipment.
The 3.6R Premium ($28,995) adds a ten-way power driver’s seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel and the all-weather package.
The 3.6R Limited starts at $30,995. Standard features include perforated leather seats, power driver’s and front passenger seats, and a harmon/kardon audio system.
Standard safety features on the 2010 Outback include vehicle stability and traction control. Options include a power moonroof, available on all Premium and Limited grades, and DVD navigation, available on the 2.5i Limited, and the 3.6R Premium and Limited. Buyers can also add Bluetooth and iPod interface. All models carry a $695 delivery charge. For more information on the new Outback, visit Subaru’s consumer web site.
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