CHERRY HILL, N.J. - Subaru of America Inc. has raised prices an average of $239, or 1 percent, on its 2000 Legacy and Outback models. They are Subaru's best sellers in the United States and account for 54 percent of total sales.
The 2000 models have been redesigned and re-engineered and have more standard equipment. Daytime running lights are standard on all 2000 Legacys and Outbacks, and the Legacy Brighton wagon has antilock brakes, which were not available for 1999.
The Legacy GT Limited sedan and the Outback Limited wagon have side-impact airbags for the front seats, six-way power driver's seat and limited-slip differential.
All models have 24-hour roadside assistance. All Subarus are all-wheel drive.