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2.5L H-4 Cyl
CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE AUTOMATIC
ALL-WHEEL DRIVE
Exterior Color : Tungsten Interior Color : IVORY
Stock # : 17S0021
VIN : 4S3BNAC60H3004575

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Comments

    • Lexie Sheikh
      Lexie Sheikh

      I'm leasing this car, my dream car. I love it so much!

      My rear center piece is flush with the seat when folded down, not suspended like shown here. And my trunk lining is felt, not plastic.

      about 1 year ago
    • Awharry36
      Awharry36

      another excellent review thank you. The anti rollback button is a nice feature because CVT transmissions will roll backwards on an incline unlike regular transmissions

      about 1 year ago
    • htboston
      htboston

      I'm planning to get a 2018 Legacy. Similar to 2017. Great video, excellent video quality, and very smooth talker. All that made it easy to listen to, view, and understand. Beautiful, unique angles viewing of every square inch of the outside and inside of car.

      about 1 year ago
    • htboston
      htboston In reply to htboston

      You just made me a subscriber lol

      about 1 year ago
    • Adam Leach
      Adam Leach

      Thanks for the detailed video. Could improve it by identifying all of the fluid resiviors for maintenance. Would be nice to see you drive it so we can hear how prominent road noise is. Also, just for fun you could show off the sound system ;)

      about 1 year ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to Adam Leach

      Thank you for your feedback Adam :)

      about 1 year ago
    • AN PHAM
      AN PHAM

      Great video, thank you so much!
      You know, in Viet Nam to own a Subaru Legacy you have to pay 70.000 USD

      about 1 year ago
    • Bo Han
      Bo Han

      This car is way underpowered.

      about 1 year ago
    • Sakhina Khatun
      Sakhina Khatun

      I prefer the exhaust to be on the right side don't judge me

      about 2 years ago
    • Steve Heimerl
      Steve Heimerl

      Very informative over view.  I just bought one of these.  The salesman will go over this stuff in more detail but this helps me to understand things better.  Thanks!

      about 2 years ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to Steve Heimerl

      +Steve Heimerl Salesman went over the vehicle in more detail? That is a fantastic salesperson :)

      about 2 years ago
    • Jas Ytown
      Jas Ytown

      I just test drove this Subaru model. I own a 2010 Altima and I like the Subaru SO much more. The CVT trans feels smoother. The ride feel solid and planted. Looking at prices, the 2017 Subaru offer more value than the 2017 Altima. I love the eye-sight system.Plus the Legacy is Consumer Reports # 1 rated. The exterior styling is pretty bland. I consider the Chevy Malibu's styling to be state of the art. But I can live with the exterior considering all the other great features the Legacy offers. In the mid-size family sedan market I think the Legacy is in the top 3 choices. Good review.

      about 2 years ago
    • rbielarski
      rbielarski

      Nice these are great cars, glad it still has a CD player as well.

      about 2 years ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to rbielarski

      Thank you for watching and your feedback :)

      about 2 years ago
    • Dave C
      Dave C

      This is a basic showing off the car, not a review. To better understand a review video purpose check out Alex review for the same car in the link below. I as a prospect buyer can rely on his video and make a decision after watching it, but not your video. Thanks.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ww8uguBJwpY

      about 2 years ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to Dave C

      A review is based on an individual's subjective opinion. I try not to inject my opinion to sway people to like or dislike the car... the viewer decides what they like and don't like.
      My videos actually show the car in detail... under the hood, in the trunk, floorboards, fuel cap... ECT... I didn't see any of that in the video you shared. Actually I heard a lot about other cars than the one that the video was supposed to be about. In addition it is easier to see the car when the presenter isn't taking up 75% of the screen.
      Alex makes good videos no doubt however we have completely different objectives.
      BTW you may want to read the title of my video.

      about 2 years ago
    • Christian Plopinio
      Christian Plopinio

      Anyone have an idea if this is coming to Australia?

      about 2 years ago
    • I'll ride carefully today!
      I'll ride carefully today!

      love the car, but that key fob looks fucking embracing and super outdated.

      about 2 years ago
    • polpan1973
      polpan1973

      Very nice review. Thank you. I am going to buy a mid-size sedan soon and this is definitely right at the top of my list (together with Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and VW Passat). You have helped me a lot to narrow down my options. One thing that I have noticed about ALL these cars is the lack of front parking sensors, even as an option (that I would gladly pay for). You get all these fancy gizmos (rear sensors AND camera, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assistance, blind spot sensors, rain sensors, foldable mirrors, washable front lights, trip computer that can bake a cake, fancy infotainment systems that tell you if your wife is going through PMS and all sorts of other useless information, etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc...................... *phew*. What I have noticed with modern cars is that, because of improved aerodynamics, the front end is not really visible from the driver's seat. This is good, as it helps improve fuel economy, so no complaint there. HOWEVER, I think it would be very easy and inexpensive to include front parking sensors in the never ending list of gadgets. Nobody does. So, here come the questions: A. Is there a car in this category that offers front parking sensors, even as an option. B. Can someone please explain to me the logic behind not having front parking sensors, a very useful gadget that would cost next to nothing to the car makers?

      about 2 years ago
    • Mark Rakov
      Mark Rakov In reply to polpan1973

      suggest you get the passat if you want leg/head room and excellent fuel economy and a HUMONGOUS trunk,and reasonable and powerful engine.got mine and i love it

      about 2 years ago
    • Levi
      Levi In reply to polpan1973

      I have shopped around for cars 1-3 times a year for the past 4-5 years for myself or one of my family members. And I found that this generation of Subarus are the best cars in there price ranges. I personally have the 2015 Legacy Premium and I love it the only thing I regret is not getting the limited package. One of my Brothers has a 2015 Camry, and one has a 2015 Accord, and they both wish they had gotten a Legacy. From a price perspective the Subaru has been the best value. we all got similar featured cars and I spent about $1,400-2,00 less. My Legacy is the easiest to use when it comes to the infotainment system, and it has the most interior space we are all tall and so is the rest of my family so that is very important, mine is the only car with all wheel drive which is great in the winter time as well as on dirt roads. All the cars drive basically the same on normal roads, and in normal driving conditions. They all offer about the same options in the car if you wanted to spec it out.

      The biggest difference I have seen is the depreciation. 2015 Camry is selling for about 13-17k when there initial sticker price was 25-30k, While 2015 Subaru legacy are selling for 15-20k and the sticker prices are also 25-30k and the Honda accord has very similar numbers to the Camry. So there is a 2-5k difference in depreciation between the legacy and the Camry/Accord. That becomes very apparent in the lease pricing, when you go shopping ask to see the lease pricing for the cars you are thinking about buying and compare them. When you pay for a lease you are basically paying for the depreciation and a small amount of profit. I went shopping with my sister 3 weeks ago and we went to all 3 dealership the legacy dramatically beat out the Camry and accord by $40-90+ a month (the biggest variance was with the different options in the car). And even the Accord that had the least features that we wanted was not able to hit anywhere close to the lease of a nearly fully loaded Legacy. The major price difference in the lease pricing shows you that they know for a fact that there cars will depreciate a lot more, and if you decide to lease the car you will be paying a lot more and not getting anymore.

      So in conclusion, the Legacy was the most comfortable of the 3 (in mine and my brothers opinion). I paid a lower price for my car, and my car has depreciated a lot less. So after about 2.5 years my Subaru Legacy was the best option hands down. And most likely I will be selling my Subaru in the Summer to buy the 2018 Legacy. The only reason I am waiting is because they will be most likely adding Apple carplay/Android Auto to all future models, they finally implemented it into the new Imprezas and from everything I have heard from both dealers and the subaru community it sounds like all future cars will now have it which will take there infotainment system to the next level. I am very happy with Legacy and they have luckily fixed almost every gripe (and all my issues were minor) I have with the car with the 2016 and 2017 models so them adding Apple Carplay would cover all the bases and beyond. And if the 2018 model is lacking I could always stick with my current car or buy a 2017 Legacy and save a lot of money on it and get a car with all of the features I wanted in my car and have all the tiny issues fixed.

      about 2 years ago
    • Levi
      Levi In reply to polpan1973

      Every feature/item they add to a car costs a lot more then just the cost of the materials in this case just the price of a camera. There is a large expense and a lot of time/planning needed to adding an item to the assembly line, designing the new item, incorporating it into the software, figuring out how it will fit into the car (mounting, wiring, etc.).

      Another reason is because most cars take 3-5 years to develop, so everything you are seeing in a car now was planned a few years ago. So a feature like front parking sensor might be in high demand now but was not 2-3 years ago so they are unable to just stick it into the newest cars (due to the time it takes to plan). They will usually add them in a few years down the road. A lot of the time it is due to the cost when the technology first comes out and as the price goes down they are able to plan for it to be in a future car which means once the technology is affordable then 2-4 years later you will start seeing it as an option in regular cars. This is one of the reasons most cars have very outdates screens/entertainment systems. When they designed the cars they used a screen that was a few years old, or they designed the entertainment system 5+ years before but have not invested the money into redesigning it because they wanted to focus there resources on other parts of the car. And if they did invest into both the screen and another feature they would have to raise the prices of the car and that would turn customers off from the car.

      I hope that was a simple enough of an answer, I kind of rambled on but I think I explained it decently.

      about 2 years ago
    • J 2K
      J 2K

      Just got this car this week!! I love it so far!!

      about 2 years ago
    • Infamous
      Infamous

      my next Subue. Will be upgrading to this from my 2011 Legacy sooon

      about 2 years ago
    • Sean Quertinmont
      Sean Quertinmont

      im getting this car next year

      about 2 years ago
    • Radicxlly I Nate W.
      Radicxlly I Nate W.

      Uh THIS IS THE 2016 SUBARU LEGACY

      about 2 years ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to Radicxlly I Nate W.

      6:02

      about 2 years ago
    • Double-O $¢rilla
      Double-O $¢rilla

      Is this the only awd sedan subaru makes right now with automatic transmission?

      about 2 years ago
    • Johnny G
      Johnny G In reply to Double-O $¢rilla

      WRX has CVT as well

      about 2 years ago
    • Double-O $¢rilla
      Double-O $¢rilla In reply to Double-O $¢rilla

      LOGIX cool thanks

      about 2 years ago
    • Dylan
      Dylan In reply to Double-O $¢rilla

      Double-O $¢rilla No, the new Subaru Impreza also is available as an automatic sedan :)

      about 2 years ago
    • Cedric M
      Cedric M

      Oooh. Noticed a jump in production quality. :)

      about 2 years ago
    • Dex Knowz
      Dex Knowz

      This was the most thorough internal/external review of a car I've seen! Great job!

      about 2 years ago
    • Dennis M
      Dennis M

      Why no drive?

      about 2 years ago
    • Sean Quertinmont
      Sean Quertinmont

      I don't think we'll have a completely new Subaru Legacy until 2020 because it looks like they have a five-year lifespan

      about 2 years ago
    • GFA Showcase
      GFA Showcase In reply to Sean Quertinmont

      @Double-O $¢rilla Car and Driver loves to glorify german and korean cars, but dog on most american and japanese cars. So in that aspect, pay it no mind. Most people don't read that shit. Car market is different from the ever-competitive smartphone market. Generally, american cars like Dodge might have less expensive repairs and plentiful parts because they're domestic, but they aren't as durable as the japanese.

      about 2 years ago
    • Double-O $¢rilla
      Double-O $¢rilla In reply to Sean Quertinmont

      +GFA Showcase so what about the Dodge Charger? How does it hold up?

      about 2 years ago
    • GFA Showcase
      GFA Showcase In reply to Sean Quertinmont

      Subaru is one of the most durable brands on the market. It's durability is somewhere between above Nissan and below Toyota. Honda is number one in safety and resale value.

      about 2 years ago
    • Double-O $¢rilla
      Double-O $¢rilla In reply to Sean Quertinmont

      Seriously? So they are unreliable?

      about 2 years ago
    • Dom Montague
      Dom Montague

      thanks for the under shot of the legacy undercarriage. i see i would have to buy extra parts for making dual exhaust, need a straight pick adn then buy a branch pipe for both sides.

      about 2 years ago
    • DimachkaS
      DimachkaS

      Fantastic car and review but man... that champagne gold colors makes me want to puke

      about 3 years ago
    • Nave
      Nave

      hey mike can you do a video of a recent modeled ford ranger? from 2009 to 2016 is what i am seeking, and if you already have a video of one could you pls. send me the link? thx p.s. if their is something else you recommend then feel free to let me know ;)

      about 3 years ago
    • Nave
      Nave In reply to Nave

      lol thot u said starded making

      about 3 years ago
    • MrBlurberries
      MrBlurberries In reply to Nave

      @Turtle-Guy I said 2012

      about 3 years ago
    • Nave
      Nave In reply to Nave

      my sister has one that is '04 so i don't think your completely correct on that i am just looking for an extended cab but thx anyways

      about 3 years ago
    • MrBlurberries
      MrBlurberries In reply to Nave

      They haven't been made since 2012 and the suspected new one won't come out for the next few years.

      about 3 years ago
    • Zali Zali
      Zali Zali

      finally someone pushed the panic button !

      about 3 years ago
    • stefan koles
      stefan koles

      i like so muck your new intro Mike,it looks so professional.

      about 3 years ago
    • Tobbi Xd
      Tobbi Xd

      vídeos Nissan armada

      about 3 years ago
    • Jonathan Mccray
      Jonathan Mccray

      MikesCarsInfo can you do a vid on the 2017 Chevy Impala or 2016 Chevy Impala LTZ at night please.

      about 3 years ago