Subaru has shared details and pricing for the 2023 Outback, with the big news being the addition of the new Onyx version, which features unique interior and exterior elements. Although strangely, Subaru did not share any images of the new variant with its press release. We’ll have to make do for now with the images of the 2023 model shown by Subaru at the New York Auto Show this past April.
Starting price for the 2023 edition of the Japanese automaker’s resident “wagon” is $32,695 CAD. That gets buyers the Convenience version, which is joined in the range by six other trims: Touring, Onyx, Limited, Wilderness, Limited XT and Premier XT.
Other than the Wilderness, which debuted just this year, all models get a refreshment of their appearance. The new front fascia incorporates a more-prominent grille for a bolder look, Subaru says, and there are redesigned LED headlights and fog lights and a more rugged front bumper cover, as well as expanded wheel-arch cladding.
Under the hood, the XT and Wilderness come standard with a 2.4L turbocharged Subaru Boxer engine delivering 260 hp and 277 lb-ft of torque. Otherwise, the 2023 Outback comes with a naturally aspirated 2.5L Subaru Boxer good for 182 hp and 176 lb-ft of torque.