A long-running staple of the Subaru lineup, the Legacy remains the midsize segment's only sedan with standard all-wheel drive -- a feature that isn't even an option on most competitors.
Aside from extra traction, the Legacy offers a distinctive personality and interesting features in a class populated with formulaic family sedans. This niche status is the essence of its appeal. You won't find many in rental fleets or neighborhood driveways.
As its name implies, the 2.5i is powered by a 2.5-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder, matched to a five-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Subaru's proven all-wheel drive system is standard across the board.
The 2.5i is equipped with 16-inch painted steel wheels, automatic headlamps, power windows and locks, a height-adjustable driver seat, a split-folding rear seat, Bluetooth compatibility, and a four-speaker sound system with CD player, iPod/USB connectivity and an auxiliary audio jack. A new option package for CVT-equipped models adds
17-inch alloy wheels and log lamps.
The 2.5i Premium carries a new audio system with an LCD color display, HD and satellite radio, Bluetooth audio streaming, a roof-mounted antenna and six speakers. The standard All Weather Package includes a windshield wiper de-icer, and heated front seats and sideview mirrors.
A rearview camera is available as part of the Moonroof Package, which also includes an auto-dimming rearview mirror and Homelink. Buyers can also opt for a navigation system and Subaru's sophisticated Eyesight suite of safety technology.
All Premium models feature 17-inch alloy wheels, body-color sideview mirrors, a power driver seat, and a leather-wrapped steering.
The Limited features a substantially upgraded interior with leather seats, wood trim, dual-zone climate control with rear air conditioning, a power passenger seat, enhanced gauges and a Harman Kardon sound system. Major options are shared with the Premium: a navigation system, the Moonroof Package, and EyeSight.
The 3.6R Limited offers the same luxury and convenience features as the 2.5i Limited, but carries it own power team: a 3.6-liter V6 with 256 horsepower and a conventional five-speed automatic transmission. The V6 provides peppy acceleration for a midsize size sedan with all-wheel drive --- while using just slightly more gas.
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|Build & Price|
2013 Subaru Legacy$19,988 | 10,308 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$19,988 | 12,344 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$19,988 | 8,300 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$19,988 | 7,280 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$19,995 | 9,436 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$21,488 | 9,261 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$21,488 | 9,138 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$23,988 | 14,074 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$23,988 | 15,889 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$23,988 | 10,512 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$23,988 | 11,635 mi
2013 Subaru Legacy$23,988 | 16,356 mi
2012 Subaru Legacy$17,888 | 32,392 mi
2012 SUBARU Legacy$18,945 | 31,128 mi
2012 SUBARU Legacy$19,226 | 29,024 mi
2012 Subaru Legacy$19,988 | 22,941 mi
2010 Subaru Legacy$14,949 | 83,048 mi
2010 Subaru Legacy$21,590 | 32,994 mi
2010 Subaru Legacy$21,995 | 70,735 mi
2007 Subaru Legacy Wagon$10,000 | 117,543 mi
2007 Subaru Legacy$11,995 | 47,193 mi
2006 Subaru Legacy$7,495 | no mileage
2006 Subaru Legacy Sedan$10,700 | 73,974 mi
2005 Subaru Legacy Wagon$10,991 | 97,221 mi
2005 Subaru Legacy$14,995 | 81,751 mi
2004 Subaru Legacy$6,991 | 158,118 mi
2003 Subaru Legacy Sedan$8,900 | 128,289 mi
2001 Subaru Legacy$4,999 | 176,636 mi
High refinement, sprightly handling, but costly when equipped with all-wheel drive
Sharp styling, good content for the money, but all-wheel drive not available
More space, efficient diesel option, front-drive only
Available all-wheel drive, well equipped, last chance to get one