Is the Subaru Legacy a sedan or wagon?

Is the Subaru Legacy a sedan or wagon?

The Subaru Legacy is available as a sedan or wagon in one of the following trim levels: 2.5i, 2.5i Special Edition, 2.5i Limited Edition, 2.5 GT Limited and 2.5 GT Limited Spec B. The 2.5i comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, a six-speaker CD stereo, cruise control, a trip computer and keyless entry.

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.

What kind of airbags does a Subaru Legacy have?

All Subaru Legacy models have four-wheel antilock disc brakes with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution. Stability control is, unfortunately, not available. Front side-impact airbags and full-length side curtain airbags are standard on all models. The front-seat head restraints feature dynamic whiplash protection.

Why is Subaru Legacy called Liberty in Australia?

The maker’s flagship car, it is unique in its class for offering all-wheel drive as a standard feature, and Subaru’s traditional BOXER engine. The Legacy bears the name Liberty in Australia out of deference to Legacy Australia, an organisation dedicated to caring for the families of military service veterans.

What’s the price of a 2005 Subaru Legacy?

2005 Subaru Legacy appraisal values can range from $700 – $2,748. Find out what your car is really worth in minutes. This is the most performance for the $ you can possibly have on 4 wheels.

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.

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’s the price of a 2008 Subaru Legacy?

Legacy pricing ranges from a base Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting around $21,000 for the 2.5i to about $29,000 for the GT Limited. A fully-loaded 3.0 R Limited tops out around $34,000.

Why was the Subaru Legacy given a facelift?

While its famous Impreza sibling just received its second facelift and started to look like a car, the Legacy didn’t suffer from that since it was designed well from the start. Subaru noticed that it matched the design with the customers’ preferences and didn’t want to spoil the success with a new line or heavily improved headlights.