The Outback’s Limited trim level has the highest level of standard equipment in the Outback lineup, positioned above the entry-level Outback 2.5i and 2.5i Premium. The level of equipment is reflected in its additional $5,000 starting price.

An entry-level Outback 2.5i starts at $22,995 with manual transmission, not including a destination fee. With a four-cylinder engine, the Outback 2.5i Limited starts at $27,995 and adds a standard automatic transmission and leather interior, along with dual-zone climate control, an upgraded sound system and four-way power front passenger seat. A six-cylinder is also available for $30,995.

Unique to the Limited is a navigation system, which cannot be optioned on lower trim levels. Optional navigation is $2,995 and includes a moonroof.  2010subaruoutback
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Answered by Joe Bruzek on February 15, 2010 in Subaru , Subaru Outback | Permalink

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