There is no question that I've become a Subaru fan probably forever. The Legacy also offers a large backseat area that should be comfortable for both children, and tall adults. Distinctive styling helps the Legacy stand apart from other midsize sedans. The 2012 Legacy offers a choice of three powertrains: Legacy 2. We also appreciate the simplicity of the knobs and buttons on the instrument panel.
Voice-Activated Navigation System Available only on Limited trims, Subaru's voice-activated navigation system offers a big 8-inch high-resolution screen, a rearview camera and Bluetooth hands-free phone and streaming music capability. The Legacy has sporty lines that don't make anyone think about mudding. The display of the cd player is a ok, but if I wanted a better display I guess I could have stepped up to Navigation. I downgraded from a 6 cylinder, but haven't missed the fewer ponies yet! We found the front bucket seats wonderfully comfortable. In the event of a crash necessitating deployment of the front air bags, these inflators may rupture due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to absolute humidity and temperature cycling. Would I recommend it to friends? The Subaru Legacy is the only car in its class that comes standard with all-wheel drive. The Subaru line was the only way to go.
If you want spacious comfort with a solid power plant at a great value, take the Legacy for a ride. The base car includes power locks, windows, and mirrors which also fold back ; cruise control; air conditioning; a steering wheel that telescopes as well as tilts; split-folding rear seatbacks; keyless entry; and steering-wheel audio controls. The standard cloth upholstery is comfortable and sturdy, and did not attract pet hair on our test. Inside, the Legacy is wonderfully comfortable, with high-quality interior trim. Owners may contact Subaru at 1-800-782-2783. In addition to the usual roster of airbags and stability control, the Legacy's all-wheel drive system is an asset on snowy and rainy highways. The electronic brake system includes a feature that holds the brakes for a moment on inclines greater than 5 degrees, for easier takeoffs without unwanted rollback.
The safety recall began February 22, 2013. Trunk space is more than adequate though the opening is a bit tight. These vehicles are equipped with certain air bag inflators assembled as part of the passenger frontal air bag modules, and used as original equipment or replacement equipment. Being in North Dakota, we get a lot of snow, and this vehicle gets around great! Fit and finish of the entire interior felt great. All are Subaru's signature horizontally opposed engines, two flat-4s and a flat-6, which keep the center of gravity low for improved handling. The safety recall began February 22, 2013. Steering is very precise and responsive—if a bit over-boosted for some tastes—and the firm yet compliant suspension feels ready for abrupt maneuvers.
The four-gauge instrument panel is clean and stylish, with a multi-information display standard. The standard audio offering in the 2. Drive away with smiles today! The 265-horsepower turbocharged Legacy 2. All vehicles that were remedied under that campaign are affected by this campaign, and need to have their wiper motor bottom cover replaced again. The base engine in the Outback 2. Fog lights are now standard as well.
I have 109,000 miles on it and have no doubt there is another 100,000 waiting to keep me going, wherever I go. Clean lines and judicious use of chrome lend a very classy look to the vehicle. For the 20 months we've owned it now, we haven't had a single mechanical issue. It grew for 2010, adding much-needed space to the backseat, yet its mileage improved. The previous generation's frameless door windows have been banished in favor of a quieter cabin. Still, the clean design remains fresh in its third year. Yet, during the month I have been driving my new Subaru, the snow-slick roads aren't a problem.
Walkaround The Subaru Legacy looks sleek with its coupe-like roofline. The popular mid-level Premium models add an improved 6-speaker audio system with Bluetooth phone and wireless audio streaming plus an iPod connection. Each of the models in the lineup has a slightly different feel: Base models and the 2. Front- and rear-seat legroom is adequate. Sadly, though, the rest of the Legacy range doesn't return gas mileage that's so impressive. It grew for 2010, adding much-needed space to the backseat, yet its mileage improved.
The engine may continue to start and stop until the fob battery is depleted, or until the vehicle runs out of fuel. The truck I found on CarGurus at Toyota of Des Moine was just as described, and I did buy it. A wonderful dealership to work with. This car can help take you on your next great adventure by getting you to places that most can't with it's off-road suspension. Character lines arc from the grille to form power bulges on the hood as they taper upward to the A-pillar. Up front, there's plenty more headroom, and the seats are among the better offerings in the class--yes, that includes the seats in the base 2. The Legacy's styling became more modern with the 2010 redesign but not necessarily more exciting, though few sedans in this category raise one's pulse.
You won't find a mechanical difference between this car and the same car fresh off the factory floor. Subaru's trademark symmetrical all-wheel drive is standard on all models. I spent a month looking also, at a number of different years and models 3. Not some over-the-top zealot but, in general, appreciative of what Subaru brings to the industry. Standard safety equipment includes front seat side impact airbags, side curtain airbags, intelligent dual-stage deploying front air bags, 4-wheel disc anti-lock brakes, stability and traction control, brake assist, an electronic parking brake with Hill Holder and a tire pressure monitoring system.