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Subaru unveiled the 2015 Legacy at this year's Chicago Auto Show, and while the company was happy to tell us all about its new platform and features, it kept pricing a secret until now. The new all-wheel drive sedan arrives at dealers this summer with a starting price of $22,490, which includes its $795 destination charge, a $400 increase over last year's model with the CVT.

The Legacy takes advantage of a slightly larger, new platform, which Subaru claims is quieter. The 2.5-liter boxer-four-cylinder and 3.6-liter flat-six engines are carried over from the previous generation, but they see slight boosts in fuel economy. All models also now come standard with a CVT, and, of course, Subaru's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.

The range starts with the basic 2.5i trim at $22,490 that comes standard with more airbags than before and a 6.2-inch infotainment system with Bluetooth and iPod integration. The $24,290 2.5i Premium trim really improves things with standard dual-zone climate control, power driver's seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 7-inch infotainment system and more. For $27,290, the 2.5i Limited adds a leather interior, 18-inch wheels, a Harmon/Kardon stereo, heated rear seats, fog lights, wood grain trim and more. A top-spec Legacy 3.6R Limited goes for $30,390 and comes with standard HID low beams.

Options are what you would expect with an available moonroof, keyless start and navigation. Subaru's Eyesight system is available as a $1,195 package and comes with Blind Spot Detection, Lane Change Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and fog lights that turn as the car steers into a corner. Scroll down to read the full details about what is available and at what price.
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SUBARU ANNOUNCES PRICING ON ALL-NEW 2015 LEGACY MODELS
• Well-equipped 2.5i models begin at $21,695
• 3.6R Limited models offer High Torque CVT starting at $29,595
• Roomiest Legacy ever with largest passenger cabin in the midsize segment
• Higher level of comfort, quiet and refinement
• New safety and infotainment technology

Cherry Hill, N.J. - May 16, 2014- Subaru of America, Inc. today announced pricing on the all-new 2015 Subaru Legacy models. The Legacy has been completely redesigned and offers a compelling blend of standout design, interior refinement, safety technology and higher fuel efficiency.

The 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i comes standard with Lineartronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) with manual mode and paddle shift control switches and Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive with a starting price of $21,695. This is less than a 2-percent cost increase compared to the outgoing model and the 2015 model comes with additional standard equipment and safety features. The 2.5 liter Boxer engine has increased to 175 horsepower and delivers impressive fuel economy of 26 city/36 highway MPG. Active Torque Vectoring, an enhancement of the Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) stability and traction control system contributes to more neutral cornering is now standard on all Legacy trim levels. The Active Grille Shutter system that helps to improve fuel economy by reducing wind resistance is standard on 4-cylinder models.

Active and passive safety features have been increased for the new Legacy with the inclusion of driver and front passenger seat cushion airbags designed to retain the occupant's seating position and hold the occupant in place in an accident. LED clearance lights and tail light elements, a Welcome Lighting feature is also new on all trim levels.

Notably, the Legacy 2.5i also includes an improved Infotainment System that includes a 6.2" single-touch gesture and high resolution display, Subaru STARLINK, AM/FM Stereo HD Radio with single-disc CD Player, Aha and Pandora, Bluetooth audio-streaming and hands-free phone connectivity, Radio Broadcast Data System (RBDS), iPod Control and iTunes Tagging capabilities, USB Port, Auxiliary Input Jack, 4-speakers, and a Rear Glass Audio Antenna.

The 2015 Legacy 2.5i Premium has an MSRP of $23,495 – only $200 more (less than 1%) than the comparable outgoing model. The Premium trim level adds All-Weather Package, Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control System, 10-way power driver's seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift handle, and an illuminated overhead console and front door pull handles. An upgraded Infotainment System includes a 7" multi-touch gesture and high resolution display, Bluetooth hands-free SMS text messaging connectivity, SiriusXM Satellite Radio (available with a subscription), dual USB ports, 6-speakers, roof mounted satellite radio, and a vehicle information display.

A moonroof package can be added to the 2.5i Premium for $1,195 and includes a power moonroof and auto-dimming rear view compass mirror with Homelink. Navigation can be added with the Power Moonroof Package for only an additional $500 ($1,695 in total). The Navigation System adds SiriumXM NavTraffic and NavWeather with a subscription, map information via an updatable SD card, and improved navigation voice-activated controls.

The Legacy 2.5i Premium offers the industry's leading driver assist technology, Subaru Eyesight®, and also adds Blind Spot Detection (BSD) with Lane Change Assist (LCA.) It uses radar detection to assist the driver by detecting vehicles on either side of the vehicle that may be in the driver's blind spots and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) notifies the driver when in reverse of a possible collision danger if a vehicle is detected approaching from a perpendicular angle. Steering Responsive Fog Lights are added to all Eyesight- equipped models and provide increased visibility in the direction of a turn. All of these industry-leading safety features are included together as an option package for only $1,195.

The Legacy 2.5i Premium is available with three option packages (Moonroof Package, Navigation, EyeSight/SRVD Safety Package) bundled together for $2,890.

The Legacy 2.5i Limited provides an impressive list of features and content at a starting MSRP of $26,495. The Limited adds Perforated Leather-Trimmed Upholstery, stylish 18-inch Alloy Wheels, Harman/Kardon® Surround 12-speaker system and 576-watt Amplifier, 10-way power driver's seat with two-position memory, dual-mode heated rear seat backs and cushions, Subaru Rear Vehicle Detection System, exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals, fog lights, woodgrain-pattern accent trim, and center console rear A/C outlets.

Option Packages for the 2.5i Limited include the Moonroof Package, Keyless Access & Push-Button Start, and Navigation that are available individually or bundled for $2,195. EyeSight can be added to this group for $795 ($2,990 total package MSRP). These packages are also available on the Legacy 3.6R Limited.

The flagship of the sedan line-up, the Legacy 3.6R Limited, has a starting MSRP of $29,595. It now includes a new, High-Torque Continuously Variable Transmission for the 256-horsepower 3.6 liter, 6-cylinder Boxer engine that improves its estimated gas mileage to 20 city/29 highway/23 combined MPG. HID low beam headlights with automatic height adjustment control, dual/stainless tips exhaust are also standard on the 3.6R Limited.

The new Legacy is built at Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA). SIA this year celebrates ten years as a Zero Landfill Facility and continues to be the only U.S. automotive plant designated as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.

2015 Legacy models will arrive into dealerships this summer.

2015 SUBARU LEGACY
Model/Trim Transmission MSRP MSRP + destination and delivery
2.5i CVT $21,695 $22,490
2.5i Premium CVT $23,495 $24,290
2.5i Limited CVT $26,495 $27,290
3.6R Limited CVT $29,595 $30,390

2015 SUBARU LEGACY OPTION PACKAGES
Moonroof Package
$1,195
Moonroof Package + Navigation System
$1,695
EyeSight + Blind Spot Detection & Rear Cross Traffic Alert
$1,195
Moonroof Package + Navigation System + EyeSight +Blind Spot Detection & Rear Cross Traffic Alert
$2,890
Moonroof Package +Keyless Access & Start + Navigation System
$2,195
Moonroof Pkg + Keyless Access & Start + Navigation System + EyeSight
$2,990

Destination & Delivery is $795 and may vary in the following states: CT, HI, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, RI and VT. D&D is $945 for dealers in Alaska. Partial Zero Emission Vehicles (PZEV) on 2.5i models adds $300.


About Subaru of America, Inc.
Subaru of America, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. of Japan. Headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J., the company markets and distributes Subaru vehicles, parts and accessories through a network of more than 600 dealers across the United States. All Subaru products are manufactured in zero-landfill production plants and Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc. is the only U.S. automobile production plant to be designated a backyard wildlife habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. For additional information visit www.subaru.com.


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      Jasonn
      • 1 Year Ago
      Its going to be interesting to see if the new Legacy really gets the 26/30/36 that they are claiming. That is just a few off of the best in class fuel economy of 32 in the Mazda6 but the Legacy is bigger AND has AWD! If history holds true and this subaru gets better mpg than its EPA rating like most other subaru's do, it will be a hard car to pass up!
        icemilkcoffee
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jasonn
        Somehow I doubt it. I have a 2012 Outback, and it matched the EPA rating very well. The 2013 Outback has a new engine that supposedly do 2mpg better. But all users out in the real world report same, or worse gas mileage than the older model. I think Subaru has gone over to the dark side and has started to put out unrealistic EPA numbers.
          Jasonn
          • 1 Year Ago
          @icemilkcoffee
          Consumer reports says Subarus as a brand get 102% of EPA estimates. I have a 2013 outback and average 28mpg when I drive. The little mpg reader regularly reads 30mpg because my wife drives it the majority of the time. When I check it at fill up it is pretty accurate (within 1/2 mpg usually). I also have a 2012 Impreza that I average 32 to 34 on even though the EPA rates at 30 average. The only Subaru I've come across that regularly gets worse is the Tribeca. (I sell Subaru's btw)
      bK
      • 1 Year Ago
      Cant we just get the Levorg? http://www.subaru.jp/levorg/levorg/design/exterior.html
      Bentot
      • 1 Year Ago
      A CVT?! OMG!!
      yo
      • 1 Year Ago
      so its basically another camry now. EPIC FAIL IN DESIGN
      over9000
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hey look... a Sonata ripoff
      manure
      • 1 Year Ago
      Good lord! Is there a car attached to that pedestrian impact nose? This looks like a Fusion Genesis Volvo Mustang because it's wearing the same dunce cap. A shame really. It's probably a very nice car.
        hokkaido76
        • 1 Year Ago
        @manure
        Yeah.....I would say that your "opinion" really lives up to your username right now.
          rsholland
          • 1 Year Ago
          @hokkaido76
          Ha! You beat me to the punch! Yeah, he lives up to his name, for sure. :)
      caliperson18
      • 1 Year Ago
      Prlly just me but from that angle..it looks just like the new sonata?
      havoliaw
      • 1 Year Ago
      Toyota has ****** up the Legacy, this is nothing but a Camry with AWD....epic fail!
      Winnie Jenkems
      • 1 Year Ago
      Not revolutionary styling for sure, but it looks a lot better than the herp derp derpy outdoing model
      Rob
      • 1 Year Ago
      At least Mazda still cares about people who enjoy driving an need a mid sized sedan
      chonnes
      • 1 Year Ago
      Call me an optimist but I can imagine a lot of senior citizens on a fixed income that would be interested in this car. Unfortunately, I can't imagine anyone else being interested.
        Chris
        • 1 Year Ago
        @chonnes
        As one who lives in a mountainous area that experiences inclimate weather conditions during the winter months, I'm going to have to disagree here. Subarus are around every corner here, and have a very broad appeal here. I think folks in New England, the Pacific Northwest, Colorado, and even parts of California where AWD is appreciated would disagree as well.
        dovegraybird
        • 1 Year Ago
        @chonnes
        Then plainly put, your not that bright. One cannot get a more capable vehicle that gets the mileage Subaru's do at their price point. Its one of a few vehicles that get's you through the worst snow storms without having you feel like you got mugged at the pump. I suppose I can understand if one lives in the sunbelt and are unable to see outside their own situation, not getting it. But even then decent mileage, high safety ratings, rock solid dependability, and AWD control should count for something.
        SethG
        • 1 Year Ago
        @chonnes
        I am not excited by this car and have been disappointed by a lot of what I've seen out of Subaru for the past 5 years or so. But, unlike the @cohonnes, I realize that my tastes do not define the market. Subaru's lineup, while becoming less interesting to me, has become incredibly appealing in the marketplace. Their sales growth would be the envy of any automaker. There's no arguing with success and, whatever we may think of it, Subaru's formula is working.
      Jason
      • 1 Year Ago
      Soooooooooo boring. I loved my 2005 Legacy GT, but sadly Subaru has taking styling advice from the king of the mundane, Toyota.
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