Always in demand:
The 2020 Outback continues flowing into dealers. The new generation rides on a more rigid platform shared with the 2020 Legacy sedan. All versions get a much larger infotainment screen, and a turbocharged XT model replaces the V6 Outback. The upscale Limited generally sells at the best price point and is easiest to find.
The 2019 Outback remains in good supply. The Outback is a staple of the Subaru brand and draws plenty of buyers without much in the way of incentives.
Current lease and APR offers vary by region and will remain in effect through December 2, 2019. Examples shown here are for California. No special offers are expected for Black Friday.
Shop for deals:
We've seen attractive dealer discounts on the 2019 Outback lately. Amounts can vary, so it pays to compare local pricing before you buy.
The 2020 Outback is too new for any meaningful discounts.
Solid lease value:
Customers in Los Angeles can now lease a 2019 Outback in Standard trim (with automatic) starting at $240 for 36 months (12,000 miles a year) with $2,240 due at signing. That's an effective monthly cost of $302, a very good value for this price class.
The lease structure is similar everywhere else in the country, although payments may run $10 to $20 higher.
The 2020 Outback starts at $265 a month with $2,465 at signing. The effective monthly cost is $333, a good value in our book, especially for an all-new design.
If you're currently leasing a Subaru model, your first payment will be complimentary, up to $500. This loyalty perk is available throughout the lineup.
Pay no interest:
Subaru continues to offer 0% financing for 36 months on the 2019 Outback. Longer terms are available at incrementally higher rates.
Rates on the 2020 Outback start at 2.9% for 48 months.