In the mid-sized sedans, people who wanted all wheel drive system, usually went for the Subaru Legacy car which helped people to go for a little broken roads but that was a relatively small crowd. To change things for the brand, the Subaru launches the updated Legacy which is the sixth generation car which offers to be a nicer car that is smoother in many ways. Everything inside the car is soft and nicely done and nothing really feels out of place making the cabin a nice place to be inside. The exteriors are also nicer than before, nothing fancy or flashy but does the job of looking handsome and desirable.
The simplicity of Subaru Legacy has its own benefits. The dashboard is simple and the logically arranged 6.2 inch touch screen that has capacitive touch sensors is so well laid out. Style is not what they went for and that is a good thing as the systems in the dashboard are intuitive to use and logical. The rear seats are comfortable and the seats for the driver’s seat are also good.
There is enough leg room as well. The 15 cubic foot trunk will open wide to be very practical. The Subaru Legacy moves towards comfort and will offer a supply ride in the city. Throw a set of corners and it will come out clean without any sporty feeling but inspires confidence as it grips the road very well. There is a 2.5L four cylinder engine that puts 175hp and 235Nm of torque or a 3.6L six cylinder which puts 256hp in which the four cylinder is plenty and economical offering a good balance of power and fuel economy keeping the car practical.
|Engine||i4 2.5L AWD|
|No. Of Gears||6|
|Front Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
|Rear Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
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