A Japanese mid-sized car, the Subaru Legacy debuted in 1989 and has seen considerable success worldwide ever since. The initial models were a four-door sedan and a five-door wagon that incorporated lots in terms of luxury as well as practicality and came with features like power steering with a rack and pinion system, central locking, independent suspension engine with fuel injection, etc.
The Subaru Legacy has successfully spanned four generations, and the current model, like its precursors, has been highly rated due to its immense power potential that is on display during a drive. Even though, at first glance, the changes that have come across this car may seem to be slight, a more detailed overview brings home the range of the extensive alterations that have been incorporated into this new version.
The new Subaru Legacy with its sedan and wagon styles are available in four trim levels, the 2.5 I, the Limited, the special edition which is powered by a 175 hp 2.5 litre horizontally opposed 4 cylinder engine, and the GT Limited, a trendier model which has a turbocharged 243 hp 4-cylinder engine. With other standard equipments like the AWD, tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) touch-screen GPS navigation system, 4-wheel independent suspension, a modified grille and the like, the Subaru Legacy proves to be a challenging concept all together.