The Subaru Legacy has been thoroughly redesigned for 2005. It's bigger than previous-generation models and comes with new styling and new interiors. The 2005 Legacy wagons and sedans are roomier, more comfortable and more contemporary than before. They look sleeker and more contemporary. They handle better and feel more refined, benefits of a more rigid chassis and wider track. They're sportier, too, with a powerful new Legacy GT model added to the lineup. Equipped with all-wheel drive and a 250-horsepower turbocharged engine, the Legacy GT attacks mountain roads like a sports car. It boasts a seemingly perfect balance of ride and handling. Around town and on the highway it offers a nice, smooth ride and handles bumpy sections particularly well. No mid-size sedan inspires more confidence on a wet road than the Subaru Legacy. The Legacy wagons are eminently practical and two-thirds of all Legacy buyers choose them. Subaru continues to offer all-wheel-drive as standard equipment on every vehicle in its product line. Long a cult favorite in inclement climes, Subaru is gradually stretching beyond its traditional base in geography, performance and pricing. The company wants shoppers to think of Subaru as a premium entry in its class. To this end, it's polishing its quality and technical credentials. The 2005 Legacy 2.5i and 2.5 GT go a long way toward achieving these goals. They are more sophisticated and more refined than before. While continuing to offer the utility, safety, performance, and reliability loyal Subaru customers expect, the new models are more stylish, offer more performance, and exude more emotion than previous models.