Subaru's impressive new Legacy is everywhere. Subaru pitchman Lance Armstrong has gone from his bike to a snazzy suit in the ads for the Legacy sedan. Indeed the new looks exude an upscale appearance along the lines of Acura but with one noticeable difference, there is still a nice gaping intake in the hood. Sure it's smaller than the one on the WRX, but it still says "There's 250-horsepower under here." At least in the Legacy GT. Standard Legacy engines produce 168-horsepower. The coolest stat to my ears is the .29 and .31 drag coefficient on the sedan and wagon respectively. These wedge shaped beauties bring Subaru to the entry-level luxury table.
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