USA Today's James R. Healy takes the new, completely redesigned Subaru Legacy Sedan and Outback wagon for an initial test drive and discovers they're considerably better than their predecessors. The best thing we've heard about these sedate family haulers is the 4-cylinder turbo producing 250-horsepower and 250ft-lbs of torque versus 250-horsepower and 219 ft-lb of toque in the available 6-cylinder engine. Both are new options for the line and we give thumbs up to Subaru for figuring out what works in the WRX can work anywhere. The Legacy GT Sedan also has the cool hood scoop that has made Subaru stand out on the roadways for years.
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