2023 Subaru Outback

Subaru is refreshing their Legacy sedan and Outback SUV for the 2023 model year.

Both models will sport a redesigned front fascia, and each model will include updated driver assistance features. In total, the 2023 Outback will be available in nine trims, while the Legacy will be available in five trims.

All models of the 2023 Outback (minus the Wilderness trim) feature a more pronounced grille, bookended by updated LED headlights. The Outback’s side profile is also revised with more wheel arch cladding-- again, on all models but the Wilderness. All trims will come with Subaru’s latest EyeSight Driver Assist Technology. Powertrain remains relatively untouched; the Outback comes standard with a 2.5-liter BOXER 4-cylinder, replaced by a turbocharged 2.4-liter BOXER on higher trims like the Onyx Edition XT. A CVT is paired to either engine, sending power to the standard all-wheel drive system.

The entry-level Outback starts at $29,620 after Subaru’s $1,225 destination charges. The highest trim, the Outback Touring XT, will start at $43,520.

2023 Subaru Legacy

As previously reported, the 2023 Subaru Legacy’s refresh largely consists of a similarly prominent grille and reformed LED headlights, as well as the inclusion of updated driver assistance technology. The 2.5-liter BOXER engine and all-wheel drive system is also standard on the Legacy. The Legacy Sport will package the 2.4-liter turbocharged BOXER engine instead, as will the Touring XT. Regardless of engine, all models will pair it up to a CVT automatic.

The 2023 Subaru Legacy will start at $25,415 with Subaru’s $1,020 destination charge included. The top-trim Touring XT will start at $38,715.