Subaru Outback 2023 Price in Pakistan, Features, Specs. Subaru revealed pricing for the 2023 Outback and Legacy models this week, and both are now nearly $1000 more expensive than they were in 2022, despite minor changes to the front end and some EyeSight driver-assist upgrades.
The Outback now starts at $29,620, and the Onyx Edition now comes with a 2.4-litre turbo boxer engine, which produces more horsepower and torque than the standard 2.5-litre engine.
Subaru has improved EyeSight driver-assistance technology, which uses a new electric brake booster and can operate in a wider range of conditions, on the new models. Blind-spot detection with lane-change assist and rear cross-traffic alert are now available on Outback and Legacy models, and EyeSight now offers automated emergency steering to assist vehicles in avoiding collisions with obstacles at speeds up to 50 miles per hour.
Subaru Outback 2023 Price in Pakistan, Features, Specs
The price of the Outback increased by $800 over the 2022 Outback, which began at $28,820. There isn’t much new in the new Outback, but the front end is slightly different. The grille and bumper have been enlarged, and the headlamps have been modified. The Outback Wilderness fascia is not upgraded. The cameras used for the Outback Touring trim’s driver-assistance features have also been improved with a wider field of view.
Subaru Outback 2023 Price in USA
The 2023 Legacy starts at $25,415 and costs $925 more than the 2022 Legacy. The Limited XT trim is no longer available, but the 2.4-litre turbo engine is now standard on the Sport. The Subaru Outback and Legacy models, like almost everything else these days, are becoming more expensive for the 2023 model year. This week, Subaru announced that the new Outback will start at $29,620, while the 2023 Legacy will start at $25,415.
|Subaru Outback Base||$29,620|
|Subaru Outback Premium||$31,920|
|Subaru Outback Onyx Edition||$34,720|
|Subaru Outback Limited||$36,520|
|Subaru Outback Wilderness||$39,670|
|Subaru Outback Limited XT||$40,920|
|Subaru Outback Touring||$41,070|
|Subaru Outback Touring XT||$43,520|
The Onyx Edition of the 2023 Outback is now available without a turbo engine. The Onyx Edition is priced at $34,720 and comes standard with a power moonroof, an 11.6-inch multimedia infotainment system, and automated emergency braking. Unlike last year, when the Onyx trim was only available in XT form with the upgraded 2.4-liter turbo boxer engine, this year there are two engine options.
Subaru Outback 2023 Price in Pakistan
|Subaru Outback Base||PKR 6,708,000|
|Subaru Outback Premium||PKR 7,229,000|
|Subaru Outback Onyx Edition||PKR 7,863,500|
|Subaru Outback Limited||PKR 8,271,000|
|Subaru Outback Wilderness||PKR 8,984,000|
|Subaru Outback Limited XT||PKR 9,267,000|
|Subaru Outback Touring||PKR 9,301,000|
|Subaru Outback Touring XT||PKR 9,856,000|
The 2.5-litre boxer engine produces 182 horsepower and 176 pound-feet of torque, while the 2.4-litre produces 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet of torque. The turbocharged engine is also available in the Limited XT and Touring XT trim levels. All 2023 Outbacks (and Legacy sedans) include all-wheel drive and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).
Subaru has increased the starting price of the 2023 Legacy by $925 over the $24,490 of the base 2022 Legacy. Exterior changes are limited to a new front fascia with new headlights and a larger grille. The Limited XT trim has been dropped from the lineup, but the 2.4-litre turbo engine is now standard on the Sport trim.
Although these prices include Subaru’s destination and delivery fees, they are $150 higher in Alaska and “may vary” in nine other states, the majority of which are in the Northeast: Connecticut, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The 2023 Outback and Legacy will be available this fall at Subaru dealerships.
Subaru Outback 2023 Specifications:
|Engine Order Code||NA|
|Engine Type and Required Fuel||Intercooled Turbo Regular Unleaded H-4|
|Displacement (liters/cubic inches)||2.4 L/146|
|Fuel System||Gasoline Direct Injection|
|Maximum Horsepower @ RPM||260 @ 5600|
|Maximum Torque @ RPM||277 @ 2000|
|Cooling System Capacity (quarts)||NA|
|Transmission Order Code||NA|
|Transmission Description||CVT w/OD|
|Number of Transmission Speeds||8|
|First Gear Ratio (:1)||3.23 – 0.77|
|Second Gear Ratio (:1)||NA|
|Third Gear Ratio (:1)||NA|
|Fourth Gear Ratio (:1)||NA|
|Fifth Gear Ratio (:1)||NA|
|Sixth Gear Ratio (:1)||NA|
|Seventh Gear Ratio (:1)||0.60|
|Eighth Gear Ratio (:1)||0.47|
|Reverse Ratio (:1)||3.14|
|Final Drive Axle Ratio (:1)||4.11|
|Transfer Case Gear Ratio, high (:1)||NA|
|Transfer Case Gear Ratio, low (:1)||NA|
Fuel Economy and Range
|EPA Greenhouse Gas Score||NA|
|CO2 Emissions, 15K mi/year (tons)||7.1|
|Range, city/highway (miles)||407.00 / 536.50|
|EPA Fuel Economy, combined/city/highway (mpg)||25 / 22 / 29|
|EPA Fuel Economy Equivalent (for hybrid and electric vehicles), combined/city/highway (MPGe)|
|N/A / N/A / N/A|
|Fuel Capacity / Gas Tank Size||18.5|
|Aux Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons)||NA|
|Width, without mirrors (inches)||73|
|Front Track Width (inches)||61.8|
|Rear Track Width (inches)||62.8|
|Minimum Ground Clearance (inches)||NA|
|Rear Door Opening Height (inches)||NA|
|Rear Door Opening Width (inches)||NA|
|Liftover Height (inches)||28.4|
|Passenger / Seating Capacity||5|
|Total Passenger Volume (cubic feet)||105.6|
|Front Head Room (inches)||37.7|
|Front Leg Room (inches)||42.8|
|Front Shoulder Room (inches)||58.1|
|Front Hip Room (inches)||55.5|
|Second Row Head Room (inches)||39.1|
|Second Row Leg Room (inches)||39.5|
|Second Row Shoulder Room (inches)||57.4|
|Second Row Hip Room (inches)||54.8|
|Steering Ratio (:1)||NA|
|Turns, lock to lock||NA|
|Turning Diameter / Radius, curb to curb (feet)||36.1|
|Turning Diameter / Radius, wall to wall (feet)||NA’|
|Front Suspension Type||Strut|
|Rear Suspension Type||Double Wishbone|
|Front Shock Absorber Diameter (mm)||NA|
|Rear Shock Absorber Diameter (mm)||NA|
|Front Anti-Roll Bar Diameter (inches)||NA|
|Rear Anti-Roll Bar Diameter (inches)||NA|
|Brake Type||4-Wheel Disc|
|Front Brake Rotors, diameter x thickness||12.4 (inches)|
|Rear Brake Rotors, diameter x thickness||11.8 (inches)|
|Rear Drums, diameter x width (inches)||NA|
Wheels and Tyres
|Front Wheel Size (inches)||18 X 7|
|Front Wheel Material||Aluminium|
|Front Tyre Size||P225/60HR18|
|Rear Wheel Size (inches)||18 X 7|
|Rear Wheel Material||Aluminium|
|Rear Tyre Size||P225/60HR18|
|Spare Wheel Size (inches)||Full-Size|
|Spare Wheel Material||Aluminium|
|Spare Tyre Size||Full-Size|
|Maximum Towing Capacity (pounds)||3500|
|Maximum Trailer Weight, dead weight hitch (pounds)||3500|
|Maximum Tongue Weight, dead weight hitch (pounds)||350|
|Maximum Trailer Weight, weight distributing hitch (pounds)||3500|
|Maximum Tongue Weight, weight distributing hitch (pounds)||350|
|Base Curb Weight (pounds)||3921|
|Total Option Weight (pounds)||0.00|
|Maximum Payload Capacity (pounds)||NA|
|Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F||NA|
|Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)||190|
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo:
Both the Outback and the Legacy have luxurious interiors that are mostly shared by both vehicles. The inside of the Subaru is utilitarian and has a high seating height, despite its borderline dull style. Aside from the base model, every Outback features several USB ports, heated front seats, dual-zone climate control, and heated front seats.
On higher price levels, additional luxury options like a heated steering wheel, vented front seats, a motorised passenger seat, and heated rear seats are available. Additionally, the Outback sports a roomy back seat with 1.4 inches more legroom than the previous model. In our tests, it held 11 carry-on baggage with the back seat up and 23 bags with it folded flat. Its rear cargo section has a capacity of 33 cubic feet. In the same tests, The Legacy accepted eight and 22 suitcases, respectively.
What’s New for 2023?
Subaru has made some changes to the 2023 Outback. A larger grille, revised headlamps, and a new front bumper are among the changes to the front end. Cameras with a wider field of view improve the car’s driver-assistance features. The Premium variant, in our opinion, offers the most standard and extra features for the money. It only comes with the base 182 horsepower four-cylinder engine, and upgrading to the turbocharged 260 horsepower engine will set you back at least $6000.
We don’t believe the 800 pounds of additional towing capability and improved acceleration provided by the turbo are worth the cost when compared to what prospective customers will be looking for in a car. An 11.6-inch touchscreen, a 4G LTE mobile hotspot, heated front seats, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, extra USB connections, and accessories not available on the base model are all included on the Outback Premium. We would choose the more economical package, which includes passive entry with push-button start, a hands-free power liftgate, and blind-spot monitoring.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance:
Two flat-four cylinder engines are available for the Outback lineup: a 2.5-liter with 182 horsepower as standard, and a 2.4-liter with 260 horsepower as an option. To reduce unpleasant engine drone, both connect to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) that looks like an eight-speed gearbox. As is customary for Subaru, all Outbacks come standard with all-wheel drive (except for the rear-drive BRZ sports coupe).
With the basic engine, the Outback we tested had average acceleration and sluggish transmission action. The same stubborn transmission hampered the turbocharged version, despite the fact that it was much faster. However, the majority of Outback owners are more focused on the ride quality and the vehicle’s capacity for modest off-road driving.
The waggon can easily navigate bad weather and even muddy, rutted roads thanks to its 8.7 inches of ground clearance and all-wheel drive; for maximum all-terrain capability, choose the Wilderness model, which has 9.5 inches of ground clearance, a beefed-up suspension, skid plates to protect its underside, and a drive mode selector with Snow and Mud modes.
The Outback’s handling is precise and simple to use on the highway, and its suspension offers a comfortable ride. Its lack of agility, though, may disappoint WRX enthusiasts who convert to the more practical waggon. The base engine of the waggon is also capable of towing 2700 pounds, while the turbocharged model is capable of 3500.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG:
According to the EPA, the regular Outback will achieve 33 mpg on the interstate and 26 mpg in the city. With ratings of 23 mpg city and 30 mpg highway, the economy of the turbocharged variant significantly declines. In contrast, the Legacy model’s powertrains are more economical. Its base engine is predicted to achieve 27/35 mpg city/highway, and the turbocharged variant is predicted to achieve 24/32 mpg.
On our 200-mile, real-world highway fuel-economy test route, we tested an Outback with each of these engines, and they all produced an identical 28 mpg. In the same test, the sedan’s turbocharged four-cylinder achieved 34 mpg. Visit the EPA website for more details regarding the Outback’s fuel efficiency.
Infotainment and Connectivity:
All other Outback models have a large 11.6-inch vertically oriented touchscreen, while base Outbacks have two stacked 7.0-inch touchscreens. The enormous screen has a rotating volume and tuning knob, several physical buttons for climate settings, large touch icons, and quick response times, making them easier to operate. Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connection is a requirement, although a Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless device charging, and built-in navigation are optional. The top Limited and Touring trim levels come with a 12-speaker, 576-watt Harman/Kardon audio system for buyers.
Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
The company’s EyeSight suite of driver aid technology is included on all Outback models. Visit the websites of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) for more details regarding the outcomes of the Outback’s crash tests. Important safety elements include:
- Standard automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning
- Adaptive cruise control that is standard with lane-keeping assistance
- Available rear cross-traffic warning and blind-spot monitoring
Coverage for Warranties and Maintenance
Subaru offers a limited and powertrain warranty that is competitive yet average. Additionally, it excludes any complimentary planned maintenance.
- Three years or 36,000 miles are covered by the limited warranty
- Warranty on the powertrain is valid for five years or 60,000 miles
- There is no free planned maintenance