The 2014 Subaru Outback, the model that has long straddled the boundary between wagon and SUV, gets minor trim and packaging updates for the 2014 model year. Pricing is largely unchanged from the 2013 model, but some trim levels have revised equipment content which results in a slight price increase.
The Outback 2.5i equipped with the six-speed manual transmission, starts at $24,320 including $825 in destination. The 2.5i model with the CVT automatic adds $1000. Stepping up to the 2.5i Premium model with the manual transmission brings the total up to $26,620, and the CVT likewise brings the total to $27,620. The topline four-cylinder model, the 2.5i Limited, comes exclusively with the CVT, and starts at $29,920.
If you want more power than the Outback's 173-hp boxer four, your option is the Outback 3.6R Limited model, which gets a conventional five-speed automatic and a 256-hp 3.6-liter flat six. The 3.6R Limited starts at $32,920 including destination.
The Outback 2.5i Premium trim adds the previously optional All-Weather Package, consisting of heated front seats, heated exterior rearview mirrors, and a windshield wiper de-icer as standard. Premium trim also includes a display audio system with a 4.3-inch screen. The added equipment raises the price on the Premium trim $300 over the 2013 model.
Subaru's EyeSight driver assist system, previously available only on the Outback Limited trim, is now available on the Premium trim as a $2740 option.
| 2014 Subaru Outback Pricing |
| || MSRP +$825 Destination |
| 2.5i Manual || $24,320 |
| 2.5i CVT || $25,320 |
| 2.5i Premium Manual || $26,620 |
| 2.5i Premium CVT || $27,620 |
| 2.5i Limited CVT || $29,920 |
| 3.6R Limited 5-speed Automatic || $32,920 |
| Options |
| Moonroof Pkg. || $1,445 |
| Alloy Wheel Pkg (17" Wheels + Foglights) || $300 |
| Navigation System || $1,300 |
| Moonroof + Navigation || $2,745 |
| Moonroof + EyeSight || $2,740 |
| Moonroof + Navigation + EyeSight || $4,040 |
| Special Appearance Pkg + EyeSight || $5,040 |