When did the Subaru Legacy GT come out?

When did the Subaru Legacy GT come out?

Subaru diehards know that the company has been building turbocharged Legacys for the Japanese market since the early 1990s, but 2005 marks the first time that the U.S. GT version will pack a serious punch.

What kind of car is a 2005 Subaru Legacy?

Bought a 2005 Legacy GT Limited Wagon for my college daughter. 100,000 miles on it, but was well cared for by an adult owner. Interior looks new, and paint is flawless. Turbo engine is powerful and car is fun to drive.

What kind of hood scoop does a Subaru Legacy GT have?

If you select a Legacy GT (sedan or wagon) or an Outback 2.5 XT (wagon only), your car will be equipped with a functional hood scoop. There’s a very good reason for this: A modified version of the WRX STi’s 2.5-liter turbocharged engine has joined the lineup, and engineers needed to assure a ready supply of fresh air for the intercooler.

How many miles does a Subaru Legacy have?

After a tow-truck ride and a $400 fee to drain the tank, flush the fuel lines, and clean the injectors, we were back on our merry sprint to 40,000 miles. But hold on, we’re getting ahead of ourselves. For 2005, Subaru introduced to the U.S. a much-better-looking and, in 2.5GT trim, vastly more powerful Legacy.

What did Edmunds say about the 2006 Subaru Legacy?

Edmunds’ expert review of the Used 2006 Subaru Legacy provides the latest look at trim-level features and specs, performance, safety, and comfort. At Edmunds we drive every car we review, performing road tests and competitor comparisons to help you find your perfect car. Read the full in-depth review of the Used 2006 Legacy at Edmunds.

What kind of engine does a Subaru Legacy 2.5 have?

The 2.5i models are powered by a 2.5-liter horizontally opposed four-cylinder engine. It’s been updated for 2006 with new valvetrain technology and now produces 175 hp and 169 lb-ft of torque. The Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT Limited features a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine rated for 250 hp and 250 lb-ft of torque.

In 1990, the 200 PS (147 kW) DOHC 2.0-liter turbocharged Legacy “GT” sedan/extended roof wagon was introduced, with a 4-speed computer-controlled automatic transmission only on the GT sedan and a choice of automatic or manual transmission on the wagon, as well as the slightly more affordable “RS type R” turbocharged sedan.

What kind of engine does a Subaru Legacy have?

The Subaru EE flat-4 diesel engine, the world’s first to be fitted to a passenger car, is offered in both the Legacy and Outback sedans and wagons, identified as the Subaru Legacy 2.0D. The vehicle was released in the European Union starting March 2008, and is offered with a 5-speed manual transmission only.

What’s the world speed record for a Subaru Legacy?

On April 23, 1998, a Generation III Subaru Legacy set a new world speed record for mass-produced turbocharged station wagons with small engines (1,600 cc-2,000 cc class), clocking 270.532 km/h (168.101 mph) over one kilometer on Highway 10 in La Junta, Colorado.

What kind of headlights does a Subaru Legacy have?

1998–2004 Subaru Legacy 2.0 GT-B E-Tune II Touring Wagon (Japan) with clear rear turn signal lenses and amber bulbs. Late model Subaru Legacy L Wagon in the U.S. with amber-colored rear turn signal lenses, painted door handles, molding, and mirrors. Subaru Liberty RX Sedan (Australia).