Standard all-wheel drive has always been the Subaru Legacy’s claim to fame. Yet in the face well-established rivals like the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, Subaru's midsize sedan has gone largely unnoticed. Subaru intends to change all that with the completely redesigned 2015 model. Is the Legacy on track to becoming a household name? KBB’s Micah Muzio has the answer in this video.

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    • True Review
      True Review

      I went to but one today, the thing it really annoys Me was the 2 quarter windows in both driver and passenger doors , stupid design ever

      about 3 days ago
    • Renesmee Rose Centeno
      Renesmee Rose Centeno

      Well I’m glad I bumped into this video I love this car it’s gorgeous I shall keep this in mind when planning on purchasing my first car this one is a big contender considering all the good feed back it has gotten.... 👌🏻😊❤️💕 I must say I’m highly surprised my ex husband did mention to me this was a very good car and I told him I loved it and it has everything I love and want in a car it’s like the 2015 Camry but in a Subaru it’s absolute perfection in my eyes.... I’m absolutely in love this is most certainly a strong contender for sure....

      about 8 days ago
    • ferds814

      thats the 3.6r please make note in your title

      about 2 months ago
    • Nick Stockton
      Nick Stockton

      Foo Fighters X-Static! Fuck yeah

      about 2 months ago
    • The Hungo
      The Hungo

      We (me and my family) had a 2013 Ford Focus (loved it) but we wrecked it from some idiot pulling out and only looking right, instead of both ways. Anyway, we had to get a new car, so we looked at the Subaru Legacy and a few cars from Ford. Long story short, we loved the Legacy because of the price (being hella inexpensive) and design. We've had it for maybe, ehh 3 months. I can't say we regret it and I get to drive it for my road test this Thursday. I can say, I do miss the Focus because it handled really well but offered really no leg room (I'm 6'2, so you could imagine lol, I mean in all fairness it is a compact car after all).

      about 10 months ago
    • AbsoluteMdot

      I'm Having trouble with choosing. Not sure if I Should get the Legacy, Camry or Acura ilx. Iive in PA and we get Snow and ice in the winter.

      about 11 months ago
    • Isai Ramirez
      Isai Ramirez

      2016 Subaru Legacy

      about 1 year ago
    • ArT oF wAr
      ArT oF wAr

      I am not sure what people’s complaints are with CVTs, noise should not be a problem, all cars have noise anyway. Noise is just the little things.

      Update: unless it’s a Nissan, the amount of complaints I read on those are just enough to avoid Nissans.

      about 1 year ago
    • MPrime

      Of course you went to Mammoth to film this.

      about 1 year ago
    • E O
      E O

      This car has it all!!!! I love it and it makes sense to have a Subaru Legacy. My only thing I notice that i dislike is its soft paint.

      about 2 years ago
    • sevan grigoryan
      sevan grigoryan

      For a car that's supposed to have a simple design, it looks pretty nice in the interior and exterior.

      about 2 years ago
    • Condor1970

      An update on my 2017 Subaru 2.5i, base model.

      We did not need all the extra bells and whistles, but we upgraded the interior with a Katzkin leather kit for about $400, 17" aftermarket rims, door panel guards, mud flaps, Homelink mirror, and a set of optional fog lights. Our total upgrades was about $1,200, which put the total cost around $22,000 before taxes. This was a much better option than buying the Premium model for $25,000 that had a lot of options we just don't want or really need, and still don't get a leather interior.

      Well, we are pleasantly surprised at how well the car runs and drives. The new chain driven CVT is much better than I thought it would be. For all of our normal driving, the acceleration is more than sufficient. In fact at only 3,000rpm, the car accelerates much faster than most normal driving we do. Initial acceleration from a dead stop does have a slight lag. However, it's mid to high acceleration band from say 20-80mph is pretty impressive. Once the CVT is locked up, it will take you from 20mph on a highway on-ramp to 70mph lickety-split. In fact it seems to accelerate onto the highway much faster and feels more stable than the Camry we test drove.
      The handling feels much better than a Camry, and is more inline with a Mazda 6. It is a very flat and sporty drive, yet the interior noise is very low, like a Camry. Cornering is very good, especially when you hit the accelerator on a corner, you can just feel the rear drive kicking in to push you around a corner vs plowing around a corner in a FWD only car.
      It is also a deceptively fast car. Because the interior is so quiet, the first time I hit the highway, I accelerated into the left lane, and found myself passing the right lane quite handily. I then realized I was going 85mph, and the car barely felt like it was going 60mph, because it such a smooth and quiet car. Part of that is the 17" rims, instead of the 18" rims on the sport models. I did notice from test driving the 17" rimmed cars do drive quieter and slightly smoother.
      Overall MPG is around 29-30mpg for us. On the highway alone it easily does 36mpg for those long flat road trips.

      Also, oil consumption is very low, which is a known issue with boxer engines. After 5,0000 miles, we did lose a little oil, but did not need to add any between oil changes. Looks like about 1/4qt loss at the most. And that is on a brand new engine that is still breaking in. As time has gone on, oil consumption appears to be less, and overall MPG's are slowly going up as the piston rings get seasoned and seat properly.

      So far, I would say I really recommend this car for anyone who wants an AWD family car, or just an all around good car to drive everyday.

      about 2 years ago
    • Zcypot

      I owned the 2013, still regret selling it. I didnt min max my mileage but my best tank almost got me a 500 mile range.

      about 2 years ago
    • steve blow
      steve blow

      interior sucks

      about 2 years ago
    • ms schwartz
      ms schwartz In reply to steve blow

      You suck and blow

      about 1 year ago
    • Versace Chang
      Versace Chang

      getting one for b day I like it

      about 2 years ago
    • rpgvag

      I was interested til i heard these 3 letters CVT... 3:02 I'm outta here! ✌

      about 2 years ago
    • Joseph Labrentz
      Joseph Labrentz

      love my legacy

      about 2 years ago
    • Chrisjwidger

      you drive like an ass. riding yellow/white lines

      about 2 years ago
    • Pavel D1
      Pavel D1

      Pricing on subaru is horrible even the highest trims have no navigation etc...if Subaru just give to their cars more standard equipment I will buy one ...but right now I am refusing pay 40k for Subaru ...

      about 2 years ago
    • Jace Pilatz
      Jace Pilatz In reply to Pavel D1

      Pavel D1 okay.. legacy limited with every option.. tops out at 34,900.. the base has many standard features including touch screen audio with Apple CarPlay and back up camera.. so there is that.. at least the 2017 does.

      about 2 years ago
    • RNM AutomotiveAddiction
      RNM AutomotiveAddiction In reply to Pavel D1

      You are very wrong - NAV is available on ALL trim levels!

      about 2 years ago
    • Pavel D1
      Pavel D1 In reply to Pavel D1

      +FCFordLord but with nothing in Apple car play etc...

      about 2 years ago
    • FCFordLord
      FCFordLord In reply to Pavel D1

      You can buy a base for around $20k.

      about 2 years ago
    • River Denair
      River Denair

      The Subaru legacy is not a looker because it is not trying to be something it's not.

      about 2 years ago
    • Robert Prechter
      Robert Prechter

      Subaru is the slowest depreciating car in the world for a reason. It is the best car in the world.

      about 3 years ago
    • koukimonzta

      Canada has a manual version.

      about 3 years ago
    • victoriakapshaw

      I wish that they'll stop changing up the grill of the cars.....looks like a damn Ford Fusion.....should of just stayed with the 2010 Legacy grill.

      about 3 years ago
    • Nicholas Menasian
      Nicholas Menasian In reply to victoriakapshaw

      The ford fusion is better

      about 2 years ago
    • He whose name should not be said
      He whose name should not be said In reply to victoriakapshaw

      for reals. that grill is ugly af

      about 3 years ago
    • lorderik237

      Took this on a test drive last week and loved it! Think I definitely found my next car

      about 3 years ago
    • yutumedia

      A Nice looking car

      about 3 years ago
    • Jose Castro
      Jose Castro

      +kelly blue book is the legacy more expensive to maintain then the accord and the camary

      about 3 years ago
    • ArT oF wAr
      ArT oF wAr In reply to Jose Castro

      Cristian Gamez-Panuco That’s what I thought too but the truth is that Subaru is more expensive to than VW, yes way cheaper than Audi. Also VWs are a lot tougher than the media and most people portray it to be, do not believe me here’s 2 links:

      There’s a tried and true owner of VWs that will tell you that it’s not that bad:

      about 1 year ago
    • ArT oF wAr
      ArT oF wAr In reply to Jose Castro

      What’s the strength and downside to AWD?

      about 1 year ago
    • Christian Leon
      Christian Leon In reply to Jose Castro

      So, you're right, Toyota doesn't completely own Subaru. But, it still does own part of Subaru. Therefore Toyota does own Subaru. And, it's certainly not less than 5%.

      about 2 years ago
    • Christian Leon
      Christian Leon In reply to Jose Castro

      "Subaru, a company in which Toyota owns a 16.5 percent stake, is putting Toyota sales to shame." Source:

      about 2 years ago
    • discerningmind
      discerningmind In reply to Jose Castro

      Wrong!  Toyota does not own Subaru.  Toyota bought a small percentage that someone else wanted to sell--I believe it is less than 5%.

      about 3 years ago
    • MrZocor

      My Bluetooth audio light blinks on every time I stop at a stop light. When I take off from the stop sign it goes out. Is this normal? I don't have any thing hooked up to it.

      about 3 years ago
    • SunnyD88

      Subaru legacy or new Honda civic?

      about 3 years ago
    • discerningmind
      discerningmind In reply to SunnyD88

      Legacy, as it has AWD, and that works in rain too.

      about 3 years ago
    • Electro
      Electro In reply to SunnyD88

      Legacy ATW

      about 3 years ago
    • Bo Han
      Bo Han

      If only the engine doesn't burn oil...

      about 3 years ago
    • fernando custodio
      fernando custodio In reply to Bo Han

      Could you develop the issue

      about 3 years ago
    • Glen W. Ford
      Glen W. Ford

      You never said what the MPG was in the city.

      about 3 years ago
    • Mark
      Mark In reply to Glen W. Ford

      For the 4 cylinder

      about 3 years ago
    • Mark
      Mark In reply to Glen W. Ford

      Pretty sure it's 36 highway and 26 city

      about 3 years ago