2019 Subaru Outback


#4 out of 7 in Wagons

$26,345 MSRP
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Last Updated: December 14, 2018

Strong Sales: The Subaru Outback was the best-selling wagon on the market in 2017, and that’s continued in 2018. Subaru dealers have sold about the same number of Outback models as they did over the same span last year. Competing crossover SUVs, however, such as the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue, have outsold the Outback over 2 to 1 this year.

Good Prices: Outback prices start at $26,345 and top out at $38,995, which is typical for the segment. Some compact SUVs, like the Chevy Equinox, Ford Escape, and Hyundai Tucson, cost less than the Outback, though all-wheel drive is not standard like it is on the Subaru.

Time to Buy: The Outback is a popular and well-rounded wagon, so you’ll get your money’s worth if you buy one now. For more savings, consider a compact SUV like the Escape, which starts almost $2,000 below the Outback. This month’s Subaru deals and Ford deals can help you make a decision.

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