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Prices for 2011 Outback, Legacy

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Subaru will bump the price for the 2011 Outback by just $200 more than the 2010 model, pictured above. This moves the price up to $23,195 for the 2.5i, $24,495 for the 2.5i Premium and $28,495 for the 2.5i Limited with a continuously variable automatic transmission. The 2011 Outback tops out at $31,495 for the 3.6R Limited. A Power Moonroof Package will add a rearview camera, auto-dimming mirror with Homelink and a compass display for $450.

The 2011 Legacy models continue with 2010 pricing with the exception of the Limited trim, which costs $300 more, thanks to the addition of XM Satellite Radio.

The destination fee for the 2011 Outback and Legacy has increased to $725, up from $695.

Both models have seen impressive sales so far this year.

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