The 2019 Subaru Legacy is already well equipped, so for our money, we would opt for the 2.5i Sport. Large 18 inch wheels and exclusive interior and exterior trim make it stand out from the rest of 2019 Subaru Legacy, while featuring features like sunroof and aileron.
Exterior and Interior
Unlike Outback Stablemate, the 2019 Subaru Legacy is lightweight inside and out. Its exterior does not exceed the limits, but it is simple and almost exclusive when it is covered with Sport and Limited embellishments with its most elegant wheel designs. However, the 17 inch steel wheels at the base of 2019 Subaru Legacy’s seem a little lower.
Inside, the 2019 Subaru Legacy board avoids the angular and artificial appearance favored by so many rivals. Instead, place your touch screens 6.5 or 8.0 inches high on the board, with controls mostly grouped under or to the left of the steering wheel. The simple interior tones, beige and gray, adorn most 2019 Subaru Legacy sedans, although the Sport trim level has a mesh fabric. All the details, except the 2019 Subaru Legacy base, have contrasting points on their boards that help to liven things up a bit. All except the 2019 Subaru Legacy base have a 10 way power driver seat. The passenger seat is manual on most models and limited power systems, although it lacks height adjustment. Even so, the seats have unusually long lower cushions that offer good long distance support. The standard fabric padding in the base, Premium and Sport feels good, but Leather on Limited does not feel as smooth as some competitors. The rear passengers have a large stretching area and the 2019 Subaru Legacy is wide enough to accommodate a three lane ride. However, the rear seat air vents and heated rear seat are limited to the 2019 Subaru Legacy Limited rim only. The 2019 Subaru Legacy’s rear bench is folded in a 60/40 arrangement and the 15 cubic foot is surprisingly roomy for an AWD mid-size sedan. Only his lack of advanced self directed safety equipment prevents him from getting a perfect score. All 2019 Subaru Legacy’s now include automatic emergency braking, active lane control and adaptive cruise control, as well as eight airbags, stability control and a rearview camera. Blind Spot Monitors are standard in the Limited setting and are optional in all countries except basic inheritance. Warning: our score here is based on the 2018 model since 2019 Subaru Legacy has not been evaluated by federal or independent testers. We will update this space when this happens. NHTSA awards an overall score to the five stars of the 2019 Subaru Legacy, including the highest scores on the calculated renewal test. The IIHS, funded by the insurance industry, endorses and considers the 2019 Subaru Legacy as a superior + security choice, but with a unique asterisk. IISH said that the basic, sport and premium halogen headlights have a “marginal” rating, while the LEDs in the limited range are “good”. For about $ 23,400, the basic 2019 Subaru Legacy includes a 6.5 inch touch screen for information and entertainment, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, all wheel drive, active safety technology and auto braking. Alloy wheels cost $ 350 more. The most popular 2019 Subaru Legacy is the Premium finish, and it’s easy to see why. For $ 25,600, it’s based on the base with alloy wheels, a 10 way power driver’s seat, heated front seats, an 8 inch touch screen, an automatic air conditioner, and a rear view mirror. leather. Dual Steering Wheel An electric sunroof, blind spot detectors, navigation lights and LED headlights with automatic high beam are included in a choice of three options. Our recommendation is to maintain frugality with the $ 850 package that combines blind spot detectors with rear cross traffic detection, automatic high beams, fog lamps and turn signals integrated into mirrors. The Legacy Sport does not really match its name, although its unique design and 18 inch alloy wheels give it a more zesty look and the blind spot and keyless ignition are an interesting additional feature. We are not convinced that this is worth $ 27,700, which can increase by $ 2,150 thanks to optional navigation, sunroof and reverse automatic braking. At the front of the range, the 2019 Subaru Legacy Limited costs about $ 30,100 with the 4 cylinder and about $ 32,400 with the optional 6 dish. Add leather seats, heated rear seats, rear seat air conditioning vents, Harman Kardon speakers and a few other options. A sliding roof, automatic high beam and navigation are combined in a set of $ 2,150, but the most expensive 2019 Subaru Legacy remains below $ 35,000.
The vast majority of 2019 Subaru Legacy sedans feature a 175 horsepower, 174 pounder, 2.5 liter engine, although a 3.6 liter model with 256 horsepower and 247 lb-ft is optional on the level of equipment 2019 Subaru Legacy limited. Both engines correspond to a continuously variable transmission (CVT) for total traction. The basic engine provides an adequate shot at the urban environment, in addition to a quick acceleration that may take some time to get used to. The passage of the road is not the strength of this engine, although the CVT does everything possible to avoid the elastic effect that once characterized these transmissions. Simulated speed steps give you a convincing conventional automatic feel. The optional flat 6 transmission behaves just as well with the added benefit of a safer feed. Linear, direct steering and wide grip help the 2019 Subaru Legacy feel almost entertained on a winding road, but we want Legacy Sport’s equipment level to be somewhat different from the suspension. Thanks to its 18 inch alloy wheels, it is mainly driven by the Limited Limited with its improved suspension dampers. On the road, the 2019 Subaru Legacy becomes a comfortable cruise, with a subtle mid-point for handling and just a touch of wind thanks to the many improvements that dampened the noise last year.
Price and Release Date
There is no official release date for the 2019 Subaru Legacy, but when it arrives in the showrooms, we expect its price to be similar to that of the current model, which ranges from 23,055 to 32 $ 805 (destination fees included). The 2019 Subaru Legacy competition will include the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry.