All-wheel drive and Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak come standard.

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    • D Doge
      D Doge

      Better to buy the 2016 model for better reliability

      about 2 years ago
    • gde1989
      gde1989

      You know why US-Spec Legacy's have a different centre console and gear stick than what we have here in Australia?? Its the same CVT but our gear shifter looks more like a manual shifter and the cupholders are both side by side close to the centre arm rest.

      about 2 years ago
    • Max Orrego
      Max Orrego

      me gustaría que mostrara el legacy 2016 motor 3.5....

      about 2 years ago
    • ruzzell907
      ruzzell907

      This Subaru Legacy will outlive the Chrysler 200 30times because of its durability

      about 3 years ago
    • Roberto A
      Roberto A

      Just got the 2016 2.5 limited. Honestly the only thing I hate is the CVT but slap it into manual with paddle shifters and it's pretty fun. Obviously not much horsepower to play with tho

      about 3 years ago
    • Jimmy Gangster
      Jimmy Gangster

      I honestly don't understand the hate this car gets. Everyone seems to be comparing this car to much of the others in the same class. Most of the other cars either have optional AWD for an extra $2k or don't have it at all. None of the other cars have the space this car has. None of the others have the gas mileage that this car gets. And the price is comparable to those other cars. With another manufacturer you're really looking at a higher price tag and worse gas mileage with less space. We have a 2000 Legacy and we've had that car drive through a good 8 inches of snow to get out of a driveway with no problem at all. Attempt to do that with another car and all you'll get done doing is spinning wheels. Then there's the argument of "this car isn't fun to drive". It's a Subaru Legacy. It's not supposed to be a "fun" car to drive. This car is a practical car. That's like saying a mini van isn't fun to drive but a Ferrari is but yet you have a spouse and 4 kids to haul everywhere you go. Which one or you going to buy? If you want something fun to buy go to a different class. This class is for practicality.

      about 3 years ago
    • TheManYouNeedToBe
      TheManYouNeedToBe

      Funny😂 record sales pace laughing at you

      about 3 years ago
    • TheManYouNeedToBe
      TheManYouNeedToBe

      Trolls 😂😂 this car has best in class handling/tech/resale.

      about 3 years ago
    • britton coil
      britton coil In reply to TheManYouNeedToBe

      TheManYouNeedToBe definitely wrong on the handling. Maybe the old one like the 2005-2009 model tho...

      about 8 months ago
    • Stefan Schmidt
      Stefan Schmidt

      Numb steering, Takata airbags, weak engine, unreliable transmission and over-conservative design. No thanks!

      about 3 years ago
    • 80srockerable
      80srockerable In reply to Stefan Schmidt

      +Stefan Schmidt Steering has been retuned for 2016.

      about 3 years ago
    • Gerry Wolf
      Gerry Wolf In reply to Stefan Schmidt

      +UltimateDriver If you can live with the steering- which is fine, and the design which I think doesn't look half bad (no "make it look like a spaceship!!") this is a great car. Maybe biased cos I bought one, but damned if it isn't perfect so far. At least for my purposes, lol

      about 3 years ago
    • UltimateDriver
      UltimateDriver In reply to Stefan Schmidt

      +Stefan Schmidt Numb steering and bland design are the major turn-offs for me. Subaru, you ruined it.

      about 3 years ago
    • Marcus Jensen
      Marcus Jensen

      As a car dealer who has been in the industry for 6 years, I recommend getting the 2015 Hyundai Sonata, 2015 Volkswagen Passat or 2015 Mazda 6 over the 2015 Subaru Legacy. 
      The 2015 Subaru Legacy uses faulty Takata airbags which have killed 6 people in the US and injured thousands others. Also the numb steering on 2015 Subaru's seems to be a major problem.

      about 3 years ago
    • S C
      S C In reply to Marcus Jensen

      I thought this didn't affect 2015 Subaru Legacys. Subaru states that they are only recalling Subaru Legacys up to 2014.

      about 2 months ago
    • RealMadridSuperiority
      RealMadridSuperiority

      The design looks so boring and bland... something that a 70 year old grandpa would drive. 
      The transmission problems of previous Subaru Legacies doesn't bode well for this either. And why would anyone buy the 2015 Legacy over the 2015 Mazda 6 or 2015 KIA Optima SX Turbo? 
      And the back of the 2015 Legacy looks exactly like the 2015 Hyundai Sonata. 
      The design on the new Legacy is very ugly.

      about 3 years ago
    • Motorenwerke.de
      Motorenwerke.de In reply to RealMadridSuperiority

      +RealMadridSuperiority Yeah I wouldn't touch the 2015 Legacy with a 10 foot pole. Poor design.

      about 3 years ago
    • theclocker
      theclocker

      Subaru Legacy's are about weather. When the weather is dry, the Fusion and Honda's are much funner to drive. Where the Subaru's shine are when you need to take off from a stop at an intersection the weather turns bad - wet, slick partially melted ice or full snow. FWD will either slip or have real issues compared to a Subaru. If you haven't driven one in the slick weather, then you don't know what your missing. I have driven Subaru's in Indiana (in the town they are produced) and they just don't loose traction like FWD in weather. The boxer engines with 200K miles are very common and pure like a kitten.

      about 4 years ago
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      NEED FIX MY CAR www.needfixmycar.com

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      about 4 years ago
    • Constantine Joseph
      Constantine Joseph

      They should stick the FA20 2.0 turbo in this car and it'll fly like a heavy WRX

      about 4 years ago
    • Gregory Perkins
      Gregory Perkins

      does the base radio het Sirius xm

      about 4 years ago
    • Benjamin Lu Tseng
      Benjamin Lu Tseng

      I'll buy it

      about 4 years ago
    • nattga
      nattga

      I wonder how the Subaru Eyesight system performs in bad weather condition. Can the camera still see whats ahead?

      about 4 years ago
    • luggage12345
      luggage12345

      I've had my Subaru Outback for 10 years and never has it given me a major headache. Subaru is truly a leader of reliable cars. The only reason why I'm skeptical buying a different brand because I'm scared that it wouldn't be reliable as Subaru. 

      about 4 years ago
    • UseAsDirected100
      UseAsDirected100

      Does anyone know if the V6 3.6 is significantly better to own than a four-cylinder 2.5i?  I cannot workout why the 3.6 is necessary.  Is the 3.6 better for mountain driving or driving with people or what?  

      about 4 years ago
    • mr bad example
      mr bad example

      i had an '88 Justy for 10 years, just FWD, could chirp the tires in the first 3 gears, loved that car, sold it and drove a '98 metro for 10 years, now have a 3 cylinder smart for 7 years. loved that justy, no alarms, bells or whistles (or air bags). wish i could get another new '88 Justy, a really simple car, small and fun to drive.

      about 4 years ago
    • ron s
      ron s

      Love my 2105 Legacy Premium!

      about 4 years ago
    • zoetrope
      zoetrope

      Rubbery CVT feeling you say, forget it. Just give it a 6 auto!

      about 4 years ago
    • Matthew B
      Matthew B

      00:45 the front looks a bit like that of the 7th generation Accord

      about 4 years ago
    • s0nnyburnett
      s0nnyburnett

      Subaru has really upped their game with interior quality and wind noise reduction. Sitting in my 90's Impreza and going to sit in the new impreza makes the old model look like the interior was done by playskool. Getting rid of the pillarless windows was probably for wind noise, which is substantial in older models, will miss those old style doors though.

      about 4 years ago
    • Ivan Vojt
      Ivan Vojt

      Push Button Start should be standard.  The exterior needs an emergency refresh.  27 MPG Combined is MEH.  You are suppose to get 30, ehhh I dunno about that.

      about 4 years ago
    • Jimmy Gangster
      Jimmy Gangster In reply to Ivan Vojt

      +Ivan Vojt that's combined for the V6 model. It's 30 combined in the 4 cylinder.

      about 3 years ago
    • Kev erino
      Kev erino

      Subaru needed something more game changing in this hotly contested segment.  The front looks exactly like the new Sonata.  

      about 4 years ago
    • CJRhoades
      CJRhoades In reply to Kev erino

      +eventis7 Yes, hotcakes. Maybe not compared to Toyota or Honda but compared to themselves just a few years ago their sales are through the roof. The production lines at the factory are maxed out and they've been working 50-60 hour weeks to attempt to keep up with demands.

      about 4 years ago
    • eventis7
      eventis7 In reply to Kev erino

      +CJRhoades Love the car, but, "hotcakes"? In my neck of the woods, (Chicago) they are still forced to give significant
      discounts to move them off of the lots. The good news: I will be a proud owner of the 2015 Legacy come Spring. 

      about 4 years ago
    • CJRhoades
      CJRhoades In reply to Kev erino

      I think what they've done is working just fine for them. The new 2015 Outbacks and Legacy's are selling like hot cakes. They literally cannot build enough of them (I live near the factory and my father works there), and they've had sales records month after month.

      about 4 years ago
    • DevPack
      DevPack

      I have driven a new legacy and you say it's fun to drive? Are you serious? Have you driven an Accord or Ford Fusion. Those cars are much more enjoyable to drive than the Legacy. The legacys driving dynamics are mediocre at best.

      about 4 years ago
    • DevPack
      DevPack In reply to DevPack

      i dont think you would fit in a camaro or corvette or any other sports car. 

      about 3 years ago
    • Jimmy Gangster
      Jimmy Gangster In reply to DevPack

      +DevPack No AWD in the Accord there for shit in winter weather. I sat in a Fusion literally today, and as long as you're legs are as skinny as pencils you'll be ok. There is literally no leg room for even the driver. Then the Taurus I also sat in, the center console of the car is so fucking wide you're nearly sitting on it. All of the other cars have far worse gas milage over the Legacy. I drove one today, it had plenty of room to go around. It got on it when I give it gas, didn't hesitate while shifting. I took it on a 10 mile test ride and it was enjoyable and I'm not some 70 old lady. I literally just turned 20. This car has more bang for it's buck over everything else there is in the market. I couldn't give a fuck about how "fun" a car is to drive. I don't go out for sunday strolls through the mountains just to get my dick hard. I'm a normal person, to and from work, and out and about to places I need to go. It has the AWD I need for the weather where I live, it has the room I need being 6'1" and 320 pounds. It has the get up I need. It has the gas milage that will help clog the ever burning hole in my wallet. If I wanted a car that was "fun" to drive. I would go and buy myself a toy, a sports car, camaro, corvette, etc. This car is meant for practicality.

      about 3 years ago
    • Occams Razor
      Occams Razor In reply to DevPack

      +DevPack I agree that the Accord V6, is a different beast with the manual transmission. PS If they could somehow  get rid of the torque steer, it would be the perfect car for me.

      about 4 years ago
    • DevPack
      DevPack In reply to DevPack

      o yea..I see a lot of other people burning rubber and having fun in their Honda Accord coupe v6 with a 6sp manual. Also dont forget the 3.5L engine with 278hp. 

      about 4 years ago
    • Occams Razor
      Occams Razor In reply to DevPack

      Yep you're right. I see a lot of senior citizens burning rubber, and having a lot of fun driving those Honda Accords, especially with the new CVT's.

      about 4 years ago
    • Christopher Walken
      Christopher Walken

      bring back the legacy gt with the turbo, manual transmission and hood scoop !!

      about 4 years ago
    • acepotato
      acepotato

      is it just me or does it looks like a Taurus???

      about 4 years ago
    • aaronis31337
      aaronis31337

      First!
      I have the earlier model and I love it

      about 4 years ago