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Subaru hasn't had much luck competing in the mid-size sedan segment with its Legacy model, but it hopes this 2015 revision will have mass appeal.
Read more about the 2015 Subaru Legacy.
Fun fact: Subaru is the Japanese word for the Pleiades star cluster, the emblem on the Subaru badge.
To compete with other models in the segment, Subaru created a large cabin within a conservatively-styled body.
Despite the play for mass appeal, Subaru retains signature elements like standard all-wheel drive.
The 18-inch alloy wheels come standard on the six-cylinder Legacy.
The 2015 Legacy can be had with either a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine or a 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine, both in a flat, "boxer" format.
Premium and Limited trim Legacy models offer leather, power-adjustable seats.
Head and leg room in the Legacy felt comfortable for rear passengers.
Subaru uses a satin finish for its fake wood trim.
Electric power steering has a well-weighted, responsive feel.
This instrument cluster display is showing the EyeSight adaptive cruise control graphic.
All 2015 Legacy models only come with a continuously variable transmission.
Optional navigation shows on a 7-inch touchscreen.
The Legacy comes standard with two USB ports, useful for multiple audio sources and charging electronics.
The head unit included a button for MirrorLink, which means the car will support navigation and other functions running off a compatible phone.
The optional Harman Kardon audio system uses Greenedge technology to save energy.