2013 Subaru Legacy – Overview – CarGurus

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At glance, you may notice subtle to the Subaru Legacy‘s styling for 2013: The grilles, bumpers and headlights have replaced for a more aggressive than its otherwise untouched redesign. Maintaining a comfortable as a result of increasing both the and body length remains a key to Subaru’s newest Legacy.

One of the options for 5 full-size adults to take a road trip, the responsive steering and improved are also a plus for this sedan.

In general, the Legacy was not conceived as a speedster. Past models from 0-60 mph and reached the mark in 6.4 and 15 seconds, respectively. a boost in the performance column, the Legacy should log slightly favorable stats off the line. in the range of competitors like the and Accord, the redesigned Legacy respectable numbers on the track.

On a positive note, all trims hold fast to the high standards that have to be expected from Subaru. of trim, the restyled 2013 Legacy still comes with a whole array of features: dual front and airbags, ABS with electronic distribution and brake assist, Dynamics Control (an electronic system designed to monitor and driving conditions to optimize and driver control) and a federally tire pressure monitor all provide

continued peace of mind family outings.

Subaru will also the same three trim as before for 2013, but has added notable improvements. The base DOHC boxer 4-cylinder boasts a power boost, up to 173 hp, and an 174 lb-ft of torque. Standard features a 6-speed manual, comes standard in the 2.5i and is to provide better fuel than its predecessor at 21 mpg city/28

If you go for the Premium or Limited trim your only option is latest 5-speed CVT (continuously transmission), which also with an improved 24/32 and is optional in the base trim. in addition to providing better efficiency, Subaru has been a in CVT technology and has better than 20 of experience with this transmission, which limits loss and provides seamless as driving needs dictate. The flat 6-cylinder (dubbed the in both base and Limited comes ready to charge 256 hp

and paddle shifters and is responsible for the most luxurious midsize feel for which Subaru is

Turbo fans will to mourn the passing of Legacy’s trims. However, all performance are not lost, as the new versions boast reduction of up to 40% thanks to suspension, and body updates. The 2013 also hosts a more body structure and rear reducing vibrations and improving quality. It also might you to know that the 2013 Legacy will be available a new Eyesight driver-assistance system trims only).

This will provide with adaptive cruise pedestrian detection, a lane-drift and pre-collision braking—a far more option for the only midsize to come standard with drive and a back seat can house three grown Pricing is expected to start at under $21,000.

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