Thursday, April 2, 2015

MIAS 2015: Subaru Offers Introductory Discount, Free PMS for All-New Legacy, Outback

Subaru is offering a special introductory discount for the first 100 units reserved/booked of their all-new 2015 Legacy and Outback plus a free one-year or 10,000-kilometer PMS. The flagship models, which are celebrating their 25th and 20th anniversary respectively, will be shown to the public at the 2015 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) on April 9.

Both models boasts of improved design, performance, efficiency, and safety–key attributes found in every Subaru. The all-new Legacy is available in two variants: 2.5i-S and 3.6R while the all-new Outback is available in 3.6R guise only. Retail prices (before discount) of the Legacy 2.5i-S is P 1,808,000 while the Legacy 3.6R is P 2,098,000. The all-new Outback 3.6R retails for P 2,288,000.

The Legacy 2.5i-S is equipped with Subaru’s new-generation FB25 4-cylinder Boxer engine mated to a Lineartronic CVT. Meanwhile, the Legacy 3.6R and Outback 3.R runs on the EZ36 6-cylinder Boxer engine also mated to a high-torque Lineatronic CVT.

To know more about the introductory price and features of the All-New 2015 Subaru Legacy and Outback, you may visit the Greenhills, Global City, Manila Bay, Alabang, Sta. Rosa, Batangas, Cebu, Davao and CDO showrooms today.


  1. I hoped that Subaru also releases the Outback in 2.5 Boxer Engine. We don't really need 3.6 engine for manila traffic. Sir Uly will the Legacy and Outback have EyeSight safety system in our country? And is the 3.6 of the Outback is a U.S model and not a Japan model? I believe that the 3.6 Boxer is only available in the U.S. market.

    1. The Outback hasn't been a huge seller for Subaru in the Philippines. Having two variants of a slow-seller doesn't make any sense. Plus, the 3.6R does qualify for JPEPA making it actually more affordable than the outgoing model. The 2.5 won't.

      The Legacy now expands to two variants for two simple reasons: first, it's taping to the executive sedan market and since the best-sellers like the Camry and Accord offer both 4- and 6-cylinder models, it makes sense for Subaru to do the same. Second, the death of the wagon variant means they can opt to bring in an additional engine option.

      As for EyeSight, talking with Subaru engineers before, it seems the Philippines isn't ready for this kind of technology yet given the chaotic driving conditions. However, FHI engineers have been closely looking at the possibility of launching it. It's just not available for the Philippine market versions of the Legacy and Outback.

    2. Thanks Sir Uly for that info. More power to you and your website :)

  2. No worries. We'll know more about the all-new Legacy and Outback next week :-)

    1. Sir Uly, when are you going to release your review for the new Outback? Thanks!


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