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2015 Subaru Legacy
2015 subaru legacy
2015 Subaru Legacy

2015 Subaru Legacy

MSRP
$21,695 - $29,595
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
20-26 / 29-36 mpg
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Thanks to its offering standard all-wheel-drive systems on nearly all of its cars, Subaru has long been a popular choice for car buyers living in wet, snowy climates. But the 2015 Subaru Legacy aims to deliver more than just all-weather capability. A new look, improved fuel mileage, increased passenger comfort and new safety features make the See more

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U.S. News & World Report - Cars

2015 Subaru Legacy: What You Need to Know

The 2015 Subaru Legacy combines agile handling, good fuel economy, and an intuitive infotainment system. However, its base four-cylinder engine struggles at highway speeds, and its trunk is smaller than most.
Edmunds.com

2015 Subaru Legacy REVIEW

Thanks to its offering standard all-wheel-drive systems on nearly all of its cars, Subaru has long been a popular choice for car buyers living in wet, snowy climates. But the 2015 Subaru Legacy aims to deliver more than just all-weather capability. A new look, improved fuel mileage, increased passenger comfort and new safety features make the redesigned Legacy a more competitive sedan among its midsize rivals. Although the Legacy shares a similar look and feel to last year's model, changes under the skin have resulted in more passenger and cargo room. The cabin itself features nicer surfaces and materials, although Subaru's frills-free philosophy carries over to its dash and center stack layout. We like it for its simplicity and intuition, but some may find it a bit too sparse. Four- and six-cylinder engines carry over but have been retuned to return better fuel economy. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder now achieves an EPA-estimated 30 mpg combined, while the six-cylinder gets a 10 percent bump in efficiency and now delivers 22 combined mpg. Some shoppers may lament the disappearance of a six-speed manual transmission for the four-cylinder engine, but the continuously variable transmission (CVT) standard on all Legacys does a good job of extracting the most performance from both engines. These updates have made the 2015 Subaru Legacy a more well-rounded midsize sedan, one that needn't rely solely on all-wheel drive to sell. At the same time, however, the midsize sedan class is loaded with excellent choices. Top models such as the 2015 Ford Fusion, 2015 Honda Accord, 2015 Mazda 6, 2015 Nissan Altima and 2015 Toyota Camry are all excellent and can hold slight, but significant, advantages over the Legacy in regards to style, technology and handling prowess. Overall, it's hard to go wrong in this segment. But if you want a refined and comfortable family sedan that can handle any kind of weather -- or simply something different from its mainstream competitors -- the 2015 Subaru Legacy merits strong consideration.
Motor Trend

2015 Subaru Legacy: What You Need to Know

Need 2015 Subaru Legacy information? Get the Motor Trend take on the 2015 Legacy with specs and details right here.
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2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited First Test

Get 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i test numbers in this 2015 Legacy 2.5i First Test -- only from the automotive experts at Motor Trend.
Motor Trend

2015 Subaru Legacy First Look

The 2015 Subaru Legacy is Subaru's latest take on the midsize sedan -- but with standard all-wheel drive. Get the full story and photos at Motor Trend.
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